15 Workout Myths You Need to Give Up

Date: 2020-02-26 17:00:16

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A 6 pack, toned arms, and an overall chiseled physique– this is the image of the fit body we all dream of and struggle to obtain. Well some of us. And this struggle can be really frustrating if you still believe some of the most common myths about working out.

Do you think still that running is the best way to lose weight? Better take a good look at Nordic walking! This workout is perfect for cardio training, but it’ll burn more calories than running. Wanna lose belly fat? The truth is, you can’t target what fat you’ll lose when you work out. It’s just impossible! Btw, remember that every calorie you take in should be burned in its time, so it’s not only the workout that’ll help you get fit.

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TIMESTAMPS:
Stretching is crucial for every exercise 0:21
Stretched muscles will look better 0:53
You can stretch sinews to become more flexible 1:29
Running is the best way to lose weight 2:01
Running is always better than walking 2:36
A morning workout is the best workout 3:03
Workouts will make you bulky 3:41
No pain – no gain! 4:04
The harder you work the better the result 4:39
The more weight you lift – the more muscles you gain 5:08
Crunches are the best for losing belly fat 5:34
You need nutritional supplements to start training 6:07
Eat less but more often to lose weight 6:44
Always take note of what you’re eating 7:19
You can kiss all your progress goodbye if you give up training for two weeks 7:56

SUMMARY:
– Don’t try to start anything like powerlifting, ballet, yoga or martial arts training without stretching, and you’ll be fine.
– Even in the body of an absolutely untrained person, any muscle can be stretched to more than half of its size. But it does nothing for the appearance of your muscles.
– Being flexible is more about your muscles than your tendons and sinews.
– Running is considered cardio training. It’s aimed at improving your endurance and stamina. It also makes your heart healthier and buffs up your overall well-being.
– You should be working out during whatever time of day you have the most energy and motivation, to get the maximum results.
– We feel pain from microscopic trauma in our muscles, and it’s a sign that your muscles will become stronger once they recover.
– It’s not only the workout that’ll help you get fit. The thing that’s even more important here is your diet.
– In reality, there’s no need to lift something you can barely hold in your hands. This will actually do more harm than good.
– You need nutritional supplements to start training. They can help a lot. But they aren’t a must-buy thing.
– It’s not about how much and how often you eat. It’s about what you eat. Not all calories are made the same.
– When you keep yourself in constant deprivation and count every single calorie you eat – that’s too much stress for one person.
– It’s only natural for us to have reserves of nutrients, and our body will do anything to make us want to gain more of them. Without continued training, all this energy will be reserved for later as fat.

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