Muscular strength


Every move we make while we a sleep or awake it require muscular strength. Muscular strength or muscle strength is the ability to exert force to move, pick things up, and smile by using muscles.  On average, the human body weight is 40% of muscles. There are three types of muscle, they all important in the human body. First skeletal muscles which it moves the bones, second is the smooth muscles involuntary movements such as breathing, and finally cardiac muscle which is found in the heart.


What is muscular strength do?

Muscular strength have a lot of jobs such:

  • Prevent injury
  • Promotes bone density
  • Increases lean body mass
  • Maintain the muscle mass
  • Burn fat
  • Increase metabolism
  • Improves your performance

How can I train for muscular strength?

As we know the muscle does its job by flexion and extension. So what you need to do is:

  1. Design a strength program:  To have a healthy strong body you should train every part of the body and most importantly equally. Many people like to divide their workout as what they want to achieve. Some like to divide it into front and back of the body for example chest and back, others like big muscle and small muscle, but personally I prefer upper and lower body were my whole body get the benefit each day.
  2. Your program should be set on the idea of lifting heavier weight for less reps. For example we going to do 10, 12, and 15 reps of 10, 12, and 15 lb. Each rep we going put stress on the muscle which it help us to  earn muscle and bone density.
  3. Technique is important because it prevent injuries. If it doesn’t feel right than don’t do it, and ask someone who have enough knowledge about it.

Finally, keep in mind to always warm up before you workout, and cool down after you finish your workout. Starching is a key to make you feel less pain next day.

12 thoughts on “Muscular strength

  1. I always relate working out to the real world. I look at the one idea of motivation – ever since I have started a new routine and I work out every single morning, I am more motivated to do everything else. I enjoy keeping busy at work, I am on top of all my homework, and I am not lazy about doing anything. I think working out can actually be seen as a life-improver.

      • @Naturalhit I think that beside the fact that you must priactce perfect form is basic, but also the upward progression of weight should be done very cautiously, little by little.I am really concerned when it comes to the lower, not to get hurt. I cannot imagine a workout without big compound lifts like the deadlift and the squat, since they are so? much effective and are fun.

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