Strength training builds muscle, and improves strength, speed, and endurance. Can be done with various tools like dumbbells, resistance bands, and bodyweight exercises. Incorporating it into your regular routine leads to significant results and overall fitness improvement.
The muscles of your midsection, also known as the abdomen, core, and torso, play an important role in stabilization and movement. Building the entire torso, not just the “six-pack,” will also help strengthen the back. Consistent exercises with good technique can improve core strength
Aerobic training, such as cardio, improves the efficiency of the heart and lungs by increasing heart rate, delivering oxygen and nutrients to working muscles, and using fat for fuel. Anaerobic training is for short-term energy and uses stored glycogen (sugar) instead of oxygen
Stretching improves flexibility, reduces muscle tension and prevents injury. Different types, such as dynamic, ballistic & static, can help. Dynamic stretching is good for warm-ups, ballistic pushes beyond normal range, while static stretching involves holding a position for 20-30 seconds