5 Common Fitness Myths Debunked

Soooo I’m down 6 pounds since my last post and beginning to increase the intensity and durations of my workouts. Not by much but not bad either. Baby steps and in the right direction. Who else is with me? Tell me, did you have success or did you fall off the wagon already? or are you still procrastinating? Inbox if you aren’t ready to speak in public.

the5krunner

IMG_3393Getting fit can be tough. Not only does it require hard work and dedication, it’s also tough to know what to do for the best. This is a field in which so many people offer so many pieces of advice that contradict one another.

Virtually the first task for anyone looking to get fit is to filter through all the tips and advice they have been given to determine what is helpful and what isn’t.

Here’s our guide to five common myths that exist and why you should ignore them…

Myth: If you just eat less you’ll get fitter

Counting your calories – and simply cutting the amount you consume – is not a sure-fire way to a fitter body. Eating less on its own could leave your body undernourished – leaving it to store fat and causing exhaustion and sleep deprivation. The right diet for a fitter body is…

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