Strength training is a necessary foundation of fitness and health – it is as simple as that. The benefits of improving your strength are many, but some key ones are:

  • Strong: you’ll be able to do the things you want or need to do more easily, and with less risk

  • Less frail: muscles attach to bones – by strengthening your muscles you make your bones more dense (especially important for women), and the connective tissue that holds your limbs together get stronger too

  • More resistant to accidents: a little recognized benefit of muscle is “cushioning” – if you do fall or trip your muscles will tense up to help break the fall. Stronger muscles are bigger and more dense; they can tense better and offer more protection – your personal “airbag”

  • Higher metabolic rate: muscles are the most calorifically demanding tissue – that’s why when you lose it you gain weight unless you reduce your calorie intake. By building up your natural muscle capacity you’ll be burning more calories 24 hours a day, 365 days a year

  • Increased insulin sensitivity: increased body fat and reduced skeletal muscles are key precursors to Type-II diabetes through a number of mechanisms. Gaining your natural strength helps set the foundation that can begin to improve this sensitivity

  • Improved cardio-vascular system: your heart and your lungs are supply systems that suppy energy (through sugars and oxygen) to your muscles. When you do a Precision Exercise workout your muscles are at peak demand so your cardio-vascular system steps up to support them; stimulus-response again. This is the natural way of improving your heart and lungs.

And as a wonderful side benefit you'll look leaner and trimmer - this workout won't "bulk you up" but it will return the youthful tone to your muscles you once had.

And NO CONTRACTS: if you don’t get results you have no long term commitments.