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Fitness 'truths' that are doing more harm than good
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Fitness ‘truths’ that are doing more harm than good

Whether you want to tone down or give yourself a mood boost, you have likely taken a stab at tweaking your fitness routine.

What counts as “too much” is different for everyone, and depends on a lot of factors, including the intensity of your exercise and your fitness level. There are number of exercises that can lead to serious injuries if they are not done properly and could actually do more harm than good.

It takes at least a couple of weeks to get out of shape once you stop working out?

Fitness 'truths' that are doing more harm than good

Well sadly no, all those muscles you worked so hard will likely start to break down once you stop doing it.

Sports drinks are the best thing to have on hand after a workout

Fitness 'truths' that are doing more harm than good

Sorry, Gatorade lovers. This “power beverage” is mostly just sugar and water. Refueling your body with proteins and lots of water after work out is what experts recommend.

Women shouldn’t weight train because they’ll bulk up like a man

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Wrong. Its perfectly alright for women to lift weights as its a great way to strength muscles. And according to a recent poll by fitness equipment, it is said that women can weight train without “bulking up like a man.”- Pun Indeed.

Early morning is the only time you should work out

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Afternoon or evenings are nearly as good for you as early morning workouts. Period!

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