What Happens To Your Heart When You Lift Weights Every Day

How often do you work out with weights? Weight lifting is a compound move that can increase your overall strength and help to build muscle. But that's not all. Lifting weights has many hidden benefits for your heart. If you want to do a little extra for your heart then throwing weights in your daily routine is easy.

In today's video, we’ll be talking about what happens to your heart when you lift weights every day. Does it improve circulation? What about reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease? We're discussing all that and more.

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Intro – 0:00
Decrease Cholesterol? – 00:30
Great For Heart Patients. – 01:23
Safeguards You From Cardiovascular Disease. – 02:13
Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy? – 03:30
Perfect Defense Against Stroke. – 04:37
Better Sleep – 05:55
Fat Loss – 07:04
Blood Sugar – 07:35


Want to decrease cholesterol?
Then lifting weights can help. Around 610,000 people die from heart disease in the United States alone per year. Men and women are equally affected by heart problems, coronary artery disease being the most common. The coronary artery is the main heart artery that carries freshly oxygenated blood to the heart.

Weights are great for heart patients.
Folks who have recently suffered from a heart episode often get told to not lift anything more than 5 to 10 pounds.

Lifting safeguards you from cardiovascular disease.
Cardiovascular diseases are a group of heart-related diseases like arrhythmia, peripheral artery disease, atherosclerosis, congestive heart failure, and hypertension

Ever heard about hypertrophic cardiomyopathy?
Let me explain. Your heart is a muscle just like any other muscle of your body. Let’s say like the biceps or glutes. It is made up of four chambers that pump blood continuously.

Weights are a perfect defense against stroke.
Did you know lifting weights for less than an hour per week actually reduces the incidence of stroke by 40 to 70%? But why are we suddenly talking about stroke? Because heart attack and stroke are closely related.

Better sleep helps the heart.
Are you stuck in a cycle of poor sleep? Then it could be damaging to your heart. One in every four Americans experiences loss of sleep.

Fat loss can keep your heart young.
Chronic heart disease can be reduced by 80% by making simple lifestyle modifications. If you are struggling to get rid of belly fat with diet then throw in some strength training and see the results.

Reducing blood sugar keeps your heart beating.
Is your blood sugar way out of control? Then start weight training ASAP. This will reduce the burden on your heart and allow it to beat with all its vigor.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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