When your strong everything would be so much easier to physically accomplish and your life would be better for it.
Please read a snippet extracted writing below from another one of my influential mentors for a better understanding of why strength is so important to us all.
Physical strength is the most important thing in life. This is true whether we want it to be or not. As humanity has developed throughout history, physical strength has become less critical to our daily existence, but no less important to our lives. Our strength, more than any other thing we possess, still determines the quality and the quantity of our time here in these bodies. Whereas previously our physical strength determined how much food we ate and how warm and dry we stayed, it now merely determines how well we function in these new surroundings we have crafted for ourselves as our culture has accumulated.....
Over and above any considerations of performance for sports, exercise is the stimulus that returns our bodies to the conditions for which they were designed. Humans are not physically normal in the absence of hard physical effort. Exercise is not a thing we do to fix a problem – it is a thing we must do anyway, a thing without which there will always be problems. Exercise is the thing we must do to replicate the conditions under which our physiology was – and still is – adapted, the conditions under which we are physically normal. In other words, exercise is substitute cave-man activity, the thing we need to make our bodies, and in fact our minds, normal in the 21st century. And merely normal, for most worthwhile humans, is not good enough.
- Starting Strength (3rd Edition)  Mark Rippetoe -
Different types of resistance training include:
Why should you still have some of this training in your programs.
"I hate exercise and the thought of going to a gym was horrifying but after a long period of sickness and losing a lot of weight I needed help to get healthy again.Sheridan, 37
Diet alone wasn’t helping so I spoke to Chris one day about if training would help me gain weight. After only a few short months I started to regain the lost weight and was on the way to feeling a lot healthier. I have now achieved the weight I needed to be but still attend training, much to my surprise, I actually enjoy it.
Chris makes it fun while also teaching you what is best for your individual needs.