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Why You Should Learn to Love Strength Training

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As I read article, I wondered if strength training helps reduce depression, is there a negative effect when one stops training? My doctor told me years ago, how important weight resistance and lifting is for bone density and strength. I plan to increase the amount of time I spend doing my strength training. Especially to help reduce my risk to Diabetes.

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Thank you. These are all good reasons for strength training. Report
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Great article. I should be doing this. Report
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I guess I need more strength training. Report
Strength training has helped me not only become stronger, but leaner. Report
Strength training is so important to me, I am chasing the sculpted arms and back look. Report
I try to include some strength training each day that I go to the gym. Report
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I began using weights as a way to manage pain from osteopenia and osteoarthritis. It worked for me! As I read this article, I wonder about kicking up my practice a bit. How much training would be considered adequate strength training in order to manage depression and increase daily quality of life? Report
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