Training Through Menopause and Perimenopause

Will Strength Training Help you?

The simple answer is yes, it will.


– Improved Bone Density

– Improved Metabolism 

– Weight Loss

– Improved Mental Health

Bone Density

By stressing your bones, strength training can increase bone density and reduce the risk of osteoporosis. This is an important consideration for women over 40, as this is a time when both muscle and bone density begin to decline more rapidly.

Improved Metabolism

Since muscle has a higher metabolic rate than fat, the more muscle you have, the more calories you burn not just during exercise but also at rest.

Weight Loss

Weight gain can be a problem for many women during perimenopause. Strength training consistently has been proven to be an effective way to help with weight loss when coupled with a healthy, balanced diet.

Improved Mental Health

Disturbed sleep, low moods, weight gain, joint pain, and brain fog are some of the symptoms a woman can experience during perimenopause. All these symptoms can lead to poor mental health, increased anxiety, and loss of self-confidence. Strength training can help by increasing the production of serotonin, a hormone that helps you feel good, reduces anxiety, and can lower levels of irritability in a short time. In short, this helps you feel better!

When women train, you are getting the best gift of all: 


Time to get strong, clear your minds, and care for yourself. 

As you navigate this part of your life, it’s important to remember that as you care for everyone else, you need to give yourself the tools to age healthily and well. As a bonus, it will feel amazing to watch your middle-aged body change and get stronger. Having a renewed sense of self-confidence will carry over to all areas of your life.

We all need to lift weights.

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