Weightlifting is an activity that can help you lose weight, maintain your current weight, and improve muscle tone, coordination, balance, and range of motion.

A few tips for starting a weightlifting program

To ensure that you’re on the right track, do the following:

Plan Your Workout around Your Schedule to avoid Burnouts

If you don’t have time to work out, make the most of your time by downloading apps that can help you work out on the go.

Create a Weightlifting Routine that Fits Your Budget and Goals

You may want to try lifting at home or in a gym before committing to a monthly membership.

Use Plyometric Exercises for Speed and Agility Training

These are exercises designed to increase muscle strength, power, and speed as well as improve power and explosiveness for sports like football or basketball.

Final Note

Weightlifting is not recommended for people with joint pain or those who have not exercised in the past six months because it can cause injury if not done properly.