Online pharmacy shoppers can boost health with weight training



When weight loss and overall physical health cannot be achieved solely through treatments purchased at a Canadian online pharmacy, experts recommend patients should adopt a lifestyle that includes regular resistance training.

When weight loss and overall physical health cannot be achieved solely through treatments purchased at a Canadian online pharmacy, experts recommend patients should adopt a lifestyle that includes regular resistance training.

The truth about weight training
Reuters reported that people seeking answers to fitness questions are often blinded by a slew of myths, from the misconception that women will become large and manly if they start vigorous weight training programs to the idea that stretching is an absolute necessity before engaging in cardio workouts. Fitness manager Jennifer Burke, of Crunch Gyms, told the news source that the problem with women being afraid of resistance training for fear they may get too big often requires a strong effort to convince her clients they will get the results they want.

"Women say 'I don't want to get bulky,' but unless you take in extra calories or testosterone supplements, that's just not going to happen," she told Reuters.

The Dayton Daily News, an Ohio news source, supported Burke's comments with an interview featuring two fitness experts with similar experiences: Gerry Gallo, a University of Dayton strength and conditioning specialist, and Vicki Campbell, a certified health and fitness specialist working in Dayton, Ohio. Gallo said biological makeup prevents women from getting as big or bigger than men who train equally as hard without taking muscle-building supplements, and Campbell told the source that women should focus on staying physically strong through resistance training, as aging deteriorates muscle mass naturally.

Resistance is good for everyone
Like any exercise, lifting and other muscle-building activity can be excellent additions to the lives of people taking drugs like Effexor or others used to alleviate symptoms of mental illness and disorders. Gallo and Campbell agreed that fitness can benefit the life of any individual, no matter what their health status or age, and while some conditions may require close attention by certified professionals, the benefits an older person can experience are just as rewarding as those of a younger person.

"[Older people] don't do it because they love it, they do it because they know it's good for them," Campbell told the Daily News.

Even when a person's fitness goal is to lose weight, Reuters reported that resistance training is the way to go, even though the pounds may not pour off when intensive weight training is adopted. Burke told the source that people trying to shed pounds have better outcomes in weight loss after several weeks and months of workouts, which she claimed is optimal in comparison to seeing immediate results through lots of cardio within several days.