Here are some other articles I've written on the subject.
If you want to learn more about fitness training, read the following article: The Importance of Training by Dr. Eric Lillie. If you're a person who is serious about getting in shape, but doesn't like the term "training" (you have to know a thing or two about physiology and fitness to get in shape to begin with), you may like the articles in this book: The Complete Guide to Strength Training: The 3-Part Series by Greg Everett. If you are interested in learning more about the science behind weight training, please read my article: The Science of Weight Training (2.5 MB) for more info. The Benefits of Weight Training: Overcoming the Challenges of Modern Life by Dr. Robert Cressey. I believe that weight training is one of the most important health changes people can make in their lives, and that it can be used to change the way our bodies function. It can also help us to build muscle and have a healthier metabolism. I've seen many people who suffer from a number of chronic diseases, some of which have a strong correlation with body fat and poor performance. There are also many people who have become very thin in the past few years without a medical condition and may have to start training. As a result, they're often very reluctant to get into the habit of weight training.