Why Women Need to Pump Iron in Their Exercise Routine

 If you are one of those women who hit the gym regularly and only sweat it out at the cardio, its time to re-look your exercise schedule. A study conducted in nearly 100,000 US nurses says that lifting weights reduces risk of Type 2 Diabetes. Strength training i.e. using dumbbells and lifting weights burns more fat and also strengthens the muscles. Atleast 150 minutes of aerobic activity and an hour of muscle training a week has shown to lessen Type 2 Diabetes risk by one third. Weight lifting improves the body’s ability to use insulin and process glucose.  Including push ups or other resistance training during a work out also puts a person with diabetes on the path to long-term good health. And if you have been doing nothing on keeping your body fit, it is high time you begin now.

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