5 Reasons That Upper-Body Strength Is An Absolute Must

Heart Health

Heart Health

Strong muscles in the upper body ensure that your heart is well-protected and it keeps you heart in good shape, too. You don't have to be a body builder, and both women and men will benefit from exercises such as lifting weights. It doesn't need to be too heavy...

Good For Posture

Good For Posture

Whether you're an office worker or a taxi driver, the modern world isn't necessarily ergonomically friendly, despite various best intentions. Working out the upper body is taking matters in your own hands where this is concerned. A strong upper body will make tangibly positive effects on you posture.



Reduce Risk Of Injury

Reduce Risk Of Injury

It makes perfectly common sense that if you are stronger, then you are less likely to suffer an injury. That's not saying that you can be strong enough to stop something falling on your as though you were Superman, but rather, strengthening to reduce risk of musculoskeletal injury when performing everyday tasks.

Protect Your Bones

Protect Your Bones

This is one thing we don't often give enough thought to, as we're always too busy thinking about how we look or how strong we are. But whether a man or woman, stronger muscles means more protection for your bones, and we don't have to explain why that's a good thing.



It Feels Good!

It Feels Good!

Then there's just the fact that it makes you feel good. If you are stronger in the body then you'll feel stronger in the mind. The mind and body are linked in such a way that is difficult to understand until you begin to feel that strength. Plus, there's a whole bunch of ways to get there, whether it's lifting weights or engaging in a new hobby like rock climbing!