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This Is How Much Strength Training You Should Actually Do Every Week
AtWomen's Health, #WHStrong isn't just a hashtag. It's a reminder to never underestimate your strength—mental or physical. Research shows we might need a bit of an assist on the latter. A new study in theJournal of Strength and Conditioning Researchfound that we select significantly lower weights (up to 27 percent lighter) when we're trainer-less in the gym. But we don't all have a pro walking us around and keeping us accountable. ( is the fast, flexible workout you've been waiting for!)
Enter our cheat sheet. With tons of infographics (and very few words), it has just about everything you need to know about how to power up and get lean, no matter your body type. Save this image or share on social, then tell everyone to kiss. Your. Guns.
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This article originally appeared in the October 2019 issue of Women's Health.
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