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Have you been struggling to lose weight? If so, you may want to consider adding weight training to your workout regime. You may think that weight training is only for professional athletes and bodybuilders, but the truth is that anyone can benefit from it. Weight training is great for anyone who is trying to lose weight or get in shape, and can help bring results faster than doing just cardio.

Here are some things you need to know about how weight training accelerates fat loss:

Build Muscle

Don’t assume that lifting weights will make you big or bulky. Doing a few weight-based workouts a week won’t turn you into a professional lifter. What it will do, however, is build muscle. Muscle is more dense than fat, so don’t just go by the scale when trying to lose weight. If you lose three pounds of fat in a week, but gain two pounds of muscle, you’re really chipping away at your body fat percentage. Even though you may think you only lost a pound, you’re really benefiting from working out with weights.

Speed Metabolism

This is the beauty of using weights! Muscles burn calories, even at rest. What does that mean? When you build muscle, your body will burn more fat, even when you’re at rest. Therefore, weight training keeps working long after you put the dumbbells down.

Make The Most Out Of Your Workout

If you’ve reached a fitness plateau, or simply want to challenge yourself, consider adding weights to your current routine. Simply adding light hand weights can help you push your cardio or aerobic workout to the next level. You can even incorporate light weights into Barre routines. This will really help you maximize the benefits of your fitness routine, so you really get the most out of your workout time.

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