Strength training is also life training, if you approach it with the right mindset. These inspiring truths will have you nodding your head in agreement—and heading for the gym!

You see the bar down there on the ground. You’ve never picked up something quite so heavy before, but you’ve been training for months to do just that. So you get in perfect position, generate every bit of strength and tension your body and mind can muster, and then…up it goes. You drop it with a loud clang, the chalk and dust settles, and the moment is over.

Or is it? Countless strong people have discovered that the triumph of a PR is only the beginning of where training’s benefits begin. Once they’re outside of the gym, they see enhancement in their physical abilities, their mood, their ability to work, and even their ability to build meaningful relationships.

To show how, we’ve gathered true stories from real people who also happen to beErgoGenix athletes. Click the link below and read on as they share what it means to say, “I Lift, Ergo I Am.”

8 Ways Lifting Makes You Better At Everything

By Shannon Clark

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