Most of us know that strength training with machines can help build and maintain muscle mass and strength. What many of us don't know is that strong muscles lead to strong bones. And strong bones can help minimize the risk of multiple health hazards. Quantum Fitness presents ultra-modern gears for a comfortable yet result oriented strength training leading to power and stability.

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Why Strength Training?

It's not just to get big muscles. Your bones will get stronger. And it can help your balance and coordination, which means you are less likely to fall and hurt yourself. More muscle also means you burn more calories when you're doing nothing at all, which can help keep off extra pounds. You'll appreciate these benefits as you get older and start to lose muscle mass.

these strength moves to reach higher levels of fitness and work your muscles in a different way.

  • Goblet Squat

    This is a squat done while holding a weight in front of you (like a goblet), which adds more of a workout for your core and legs.

  • Pallof Press

    This "anti-rotation" movement is challenging because you must resist rotation, working your obliques, abs, lower back, glutes, and more.

  • Dumbbell Row

    The dumbbell row helps to develop a strong back, arms and core. Plus, because it works your lats, traps, and rhomboids, it supports proper posture by pulling your shoulders back and helping to stabilize your spine.

  • Push-Up

    Push-ups are a deceptively simple functional movement that works your upper-body muscles while engaging your core and allowing you to use the full range of motion in your shoulder blades.

  • Lateral Squat

    This is a combination of a lateral lunge and a squat, useful for stretching your groin and inner thighs while also working out your hips, thighs, and trunk.

  • Split Squat (Stationary Lunge)

    This is important because it involves single-leg movements that help minimize training imbalances. Split squats will help to build lower-body strength while improving balance, flexibility, and stability in your hips.