Resistance training itself is not inherently dangerous. The safety of resistance training depends on how it is performed and the individual's ability to maintain proper form, control, stability, and mobility. It's crucial to prioritize form over intensity and to stop an exercise when form starts to break down. This helps reduce the risk of injury. Additionally, there are no specific exercises that are inherently dangerous. The safety of an exercise is determined by an individual's ability to perform it with good control, mobility, and stability. Resistance training, when done correctly, can actually strengthen joints and improve longevity. So, don't be afraid to lift weights or engage in resistance training, as long as you prioritize proper form and technique.