The first thing we should point out is that while strength training can adapt to many different forms and methodologies, it all adheres to the same basic principle. That principle is resistance.
Unquestionably endurance sport leads to an improvement in health. But why? Basically, a daily workout of at least 10 minutes, no more than an hour, has been shown to lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels. The cardiovascular system is stimulated by the sport and prevents heart attacks and strokes.
Once you've decided to do some exercises to increase your performance and build muscle, then the question of timing arises. How often and when is strength training the most effective? First and foremost, it is important to note that a training plan only makes sense if it is put into action.