Lifting Weights for Less than an Hour a Week Is Good for Heart Health
New research, executed by scientists from Iowa State University, finds that lifting weights for less than an hour once a week may lower the risk of heart attack or stroke by 40–70%. The researchers also add that performing weight exercises for more than an hour doesn’t provide any additional effect.
To make this conclusion, the researchers analyzed data from about 13,000 adults in the Aerobics Center Longitudinal Study measuring three health outcomes: cardiovascular events, heart attack and stroke in particular, that didn’t result in death, all cardiovascular events that resulted in death.
DC (Duck-chul) Lee, an associate professor of kinesiology explains: “Lifting any weight that increases resistance on your muscles is the key. My muscle doesn't know the difference if I'm digging in the yard, carrying heavy shopping bags or lifting a dumbbell.”
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