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Weight Lifting is a Multi Purpose Exercise

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More useful information on how to lift weights can be found at http://mikeseroveyonhealth.com/history-weight-lifting/

More useful information on how to lift weights can be found at http://mikeseroveyonhealth.com/history-weight-lifting/

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    • ==== ====More information on weight lifting can be found at:http://mikeseroveyonhealth.com/history-weight-lifting/==== ====Weight lifting in addition to developing muscle mass actually assists the human body in burningfat. For every pound of muscle you have, you will burn 35-50 calories a day. This is why you maynotice that those who lift weights regularly seem to eat more, their bodies are constantly burningfat and they need to replenish the calories that are necessary to feed cells. Building muscles bylifting weights will help you passively burn calories.Lifting weights is a great way to work out, increase your personal energy level, and develop goodmuscle tone, as well as a way to bulk up. For many guys bulking up is the primary goal of losingweight and girls have for a long time resisted the idea of lifting weights for fear of bulking up. Fearno more ladies, by building muscle tone you are eliminating fat and burning those pesky calories.In addition to those goodies is the energy boost that lifting weights provides. If you lift weightsearly in the day you will have an initial boost of energy, if you find that you are sluggish near themiddle of the day, try lifting weights then. I believe you will find that lifting weights will provide justthe spurt of energy you will need in order to make it through the remainder of your day. Others findthat lifting weights late in the day is relaxing and prepares them for a good nights rest.In todays world where obesity is becoming more prevalent in young and old alike, developing ahabit of lifting weights on a daily basis is a great way to tone your body and help your bodypassively burn calories. If you havent considered this as part of your daily fitness regimen, thenperhaps it is time you do.John Gibb is the owner of [http://www.weight-lifting-facts.info/]For more information on wight lifting please check out [http://weight-lifting-facts.info]Article Source:http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=John_Gibb
    • ==== ====More information on weight lifting can be found at:http://mikeseroveyonhealth.com/history-weight-lifting/==== ====