Fitness Myths Debunked #11 of 15

MYTH: No pain, no gain! TRUTH: Soreness itself (using a scale from 0 to 10 to assess the level of soreness) is a poor indicator of muscle adaptation and growth. We often wear our soreness or “delayed onset muscle soreness” (DOMS), as a badge of honor and...

Fitness Myths Debunked #10 of 15

MYTH: If you are exercising you need to drink sports drinks in order to re-hydrate and recover.  TRUTH: Bottom line, nothing beats plain water at keeping you hydrated and the best thing about water is that it’s calorie free and there is nothing added! It’s...

Fitness Myths Debunked #9 of 15

MYTH: You shouldn’t eat before a workout if you’re trying to lose weight. TRUTH: Something to eat before your workout that contains some carbs and provides your body with some energy will leave you feeling more alert, stronger and you’ll notice...
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