Student’s name Institution Course Date Benefits of resistance training Resistance training also popularly known as strength training is generally the use of resistance to muscular contraction for the purpose of building the strength size and also the anaerobic endurance of skeletal muscles. Fundamentally preparation of resistance is principally in light of the fact that the body muscles will eventually work keeping in mind the end goal to conquer a protection drive when there is the prerequisite to do as such. It’s believed that doing resistance training repeatedly makes one's muscles stronger. However for this to happen there ought to be a well-rounded fitness program which includes strength training for the purpose of improving one's bones bone density joint function ligament strength tendon strength and also aerobic exercise with the aim of improving one’s heart and lung fitness balance and flexibility. Thus there are so many benefits associated with resistance and also repetitions. Thus an individual ought to vary the progressive program for resistance training to be able to attain the expected results and maintain constant improvement. When a participant varies the programs for resistance training focusing on the number of sets as well as repetitions that are performed the types of exercises and also the weights that are used he/she is likely to maintain a balance on the strength gains he/she makes. Thus resistance training has a high influence when it comes to controlling preventing and also could be used as an intervention of high blood pressure. References Behringer M vom Heede A Yue Z et al. Effects of resistance training in children and adolescents: a meta-analysis. Pediatrics 2010; 126:1199–210. Cornelissen V. & Fagard R. Effect of resistance training on resting blood pressure: a meta- analysis of randomized controlled trials. Journal of Hypertension 2005 Vol 23 No 2 [...]
Students will write a 3-page summary on an exercise topic of their choice. A minimum of two research studies must be cited. Research studies must be from a peer reviewed journal. A cover and citation page must be included with summary. The summary will consist of an introduction, why was the study done, what was done, who was it done on, how was it done, results, analysis, and conclusion. MUST BE WRITTEN IN YOUR OWN WORDS! All papers must be typed (12pt, doubled spaced, 1-inch margins) . No plagiarism.