1. Rock Climbing
This will test will your strength like crazy. You don’t use any extra weight; instead, you use your entire body. Rock climbers have insane grip strength and the top level guys have such a control over their muscles they can do pull-ups with a single finger!
Sounds impressive, right?
Nothing is stopping you from reaching that level of fitness, and it isn’t all that time-consuming.
2. Contact Sports
Muay Thai, kickboxing, boxing, wrestling, jiu-jitsu are all great ways of getting some strength training in and learning something in the process. You will definitely get stronger and get in shape.
Another nice benefit is that you will also learn how to defend yourself…should you have to. Also, this isn’t just something exclusive for guys. Former UFC athlete, Bec Rawlings, picked up MMA as a way of losing weight after having her second kid.
Bodybuilding is last on this list because it’s the most obvious answer. Lifting weights is the best way to build strength, and that is just a fact.
Working out gives you massive gains and it’s great for your health. So if nothing else interests you, go to your local gym and start pumping those guns.