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Here’s how a lifelong love affair with strength training could benefit you
Photograph Image Source. Illustrations Martina@kja-artists

When most people hear the phrase ‘strength training’, they think of burly, be-veined men in their 20s and 30s showing off their physique in their gym’s weights section. However, the stereotype is being challenged, as strength training – one of the top five worldwide fitness trends for 2017 says the American College of Sports Medicine – enters the mainstream. The most recent Sport England Active People survey reported that women are the fastest growing demographic in weight lifting, while a wealth of 40-plus celebrities including Cameron Diaz, Gwen Stefani and Courtney Cox famously attribute their bodies to a mixture of planks, push-ups and weights.

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Eat yourself healthier this autumn with our special Food Issue! Inside, you’ll find delicious recipes to help you fight off colds, beat the bloat and get glowing skin. We reveal the results of our food survey – including what you really think about the trend for clean eating – and launch our #snackhappy campaign. Plus, how to recharge your sex drive, cut your breast cancer risk and the truth about feeling low in winter. Find out more in the brand new issue of Healthy!