Strengthen your body and boost your self-esteem

Your outward appearance, including the way you move, is significantly determined by the condition and form of your muscles. Our high-intensity training can help you to firm up your muscles and achieve weight loss.

Working against resistance causes your muscles to not only gain strength, but improve your mood and confidence.

So how do I lose weight by strength training?

In principle, deliberate weight loss works quite simply – the energy you burn must be higher than the energy you take in, which means that we need to use up more energy than we consume through food. Strength training is especially helpful in achieving this negative calorie balance, because it not only burns energy during and after training, but also involves one of our most important fat burning tools – the muscles. Weight loss programs at Kieser also prevent the otherwise inevitable degradation of muscle mass during a diet.

Tip: After an evening training session, cut down on your carbohydrates – these should be eaten ideally for breakfast or lunch. Fish or meat with vegetables, salad and cheese provide valuable proteins for building muscles.

Improve your metabolism

Your muscles have an important role to play as part of a healthy metabolism. Improper foods or excessive amounts of it and poor muscular exercise cause obesity, which can in turn cause disorders of the spinal column and joints due to their wear. This causes metabolic disorders.

Strength training has a durable effect on the metabolic activity of the muscle cells. Your muscle fibres become thicker and stronger. Previously dormant muscle fibres are reactivated. Thus, with strength training, you can improve the ratio of fat to muscle mass. Because muscles are heavier than fat, you will initially gain a little weight with strength training. This is an intended effect, because fat is burned in the muscle fibres. Due to the increase in muscle mass, you enhance your fat burning engine – it becomes more powerful and encourages a healthy metabolism.