Strength Training Adds Years To Your Life!

STRENGTH TRAINING ADDS YEARS TO YOUR LIFE! A new study from the University of Sydney found a correlation between strength training and a lower death rate of all causes, including heart disease and cancer. Specifically, the risk of early death from cancer decreased by... read more

10 Reasons to Strength Train

10 Reasons to Strength Train Even though you know that strength training can improve your bone density and decrease your chances of osteoporosis, the weight lifting section of the gym can seem pretty intimidating. But, the benefits that you can receive from lifting... read more
The Best Workout For Your Body Type

The Best Workout For Your Body Type

We come in all shapes and sizes. The system of body types (also called somatotypes) commonly used in scientific and medical circles was developed in the 1950s by W. H. Sheldon and provides a convenient way of classifying the structural and performance differences... read more
The Anti-Aging Workout

The Anti-Aging Workout

PRESS PLAY below to listen to the 8-minute clip of my interview with Dr. Wayne Westcott! To listen to the full interview, click here.  https://www.kathysmith.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Clip-2-TAOL.mp3 Q: How often should you strength train?  Wayne Westcott:... read more
Do More Without Feeling Fatigued

Do More Without Feeling Fatigued

Your list of reasons to build muscle mass is seemingly never-ending….it helps you do more without getting fatigued, strengthens your bones, protects your heart, rewires your brain, and improves insulin sensitivity. But, your muscles need more than just strength.... read more
3 Strength Training Tips To Banish “Skinny Fat”

3 Strength Training Tips To Banish “Skinny Fat”

Here are 3 strength training approaches to maximize your strength training workouts so you increase testosterone levels while shifting the fat-to-muscle ratio.   1 –  Increase your weights while decreasing your reps   2 – Don’t go fast! Slowing down... read more
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