Weight training

Weight Training (also known as weight lifting and resistance training and strength training) can have a lot of benefits including increased strength, stronger bones, attractive muscles . etc. Weight lifting may also be able to extend your lifespan and your quality of life as aging.

In the Beginning

How To Start Weight Training? (Beginner’s Workout Guide)
The Beginners Guide To Weight Training
The ONLY 7 Exercises You Need for Mass
How To Build Muscle At Home: The BEST Full Body Home Workout For Growth
What makes muscles grow? – Jeffrey Siegel

Gym Insecurity and Intimidation

How I Started Losing Weight & Gym Intimidation
GYM INTIMIDATION | Dealing With Gym Intimidation & Gym Anxiety
What It’s Like To Be Out Of Shape At The Gym

More Advanced

Light Weights vs Heavy Weights for Muscle Growth
How Many Times a Week Should You Workout (3 or 7) | How often should you lift weights & do cardio?
How Much Training Volume Do You Really Need? (Science Explained)
How To Build Muscle And Lose Fat At The Same Time: Step By Step Explained (Body Recomposition)
Ultimate Full-Body Dumbbell Workout | Andy Speer

Aging Better

Why Lifting Weights Could Extend Your Life | Catalyst
The New Fountain of Youth – Strength Training for Seniors
The 81-year-old Bodybuilder Who Inspires Others To Get Fit
Strength Training – It’s Never Too Late

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