Reduce Your Risk

Of Early Death By 46%

The key to living a long and healthy life may be a dumbbell. As you age, research shows that strength training cuts your risk of early death by 46%. The study surveyed people age 65 or older about their exercise habits and then tracked them for 15 years. Interestingly, only 10% strength trained, but those few were 46% less likely to die. You may say that the folks who strength trained were in better health for other reasons. But, even after adjusting for chronic conditions like diabetes, hypertension and habits such as drinking, and smoking, strength training was still linked to a 19 percent reduced risk of death.

And, strength training helps improve your balance and enhances your stamina…which means a reduced risk of falls and fractures. So don’t retire those dumbbells yet!

Don’t let age hold you back! Older adults have the ability to achieve strength similar to people who are decades younger. 

Ready to start strength training? Today’s 11-minute routine will make you feel alive again! It incorporates weighted squats, side lunges, and some speed work to rev up your metabolism and blast away fat while toning your entire body.


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✅ Staying Strong – Four 15-minute workouts that ensure you get a full-body workout. Expect a variety of functional strength-based moves teamed with challenging bodyweight moves to train your arms, abs, and assets.

✅ Lift Weights To Lose Weight -Tone your entire body and boost your metabolism to help you burn calories all day long. This workout includes a 20-min upper-body strengthener, 20-min lower-body tightener, and 10-min core routine for abs and back.

✅ Lift Weights To Lose Weight 2 – This 50-Min workout includes the best of weight training with a Pilates twist! Uses hand weights and rotational balance movements to sculpt your arms and build poise, posture, and a strong, lean core.

✅ 30-Day Calendar – Take the guesswork out of strength training! This day-by-day calendar shows you exactly what workout to do each day.