Monday, September 12, 2022

Fitness Myths That I Don't Want You to Keep Believing! (Part 2) :

Fitness Myths That I Don't Want You to Keep Believing! (Part 2)

Fitness Myths That I Don't Want You to Keep Believing! (Part 2) :

Next myth I want to dispel is that crunches will give you six-pack abs and lose belly fat. Crunches don't even core the entire abdominal region, and they're simply a way to exercise and build muscle underneath your existing fat content. Only proper nutrition and workout intensity will help remove fat.

Swimming is good for Weight loss. Swimming is good for expanding lung capacity, maintaining muscle, and burning off tension. The buoyancy factor of the water is supporting your body, and you aren't achieving as high of a heart rate as you think. It's also very common to feel like eating a ton when you get done with swimming. It's a great idea to incorporate some kind of strength exercises with your swimming efforts.

Eating before bedtime is bad. Eating before bedtime has never been bad. If you're hungry, then please eat! People forget that if you simply burn off more than you consume, you won't gain weight no matter what time of day you eat.

Squats are bad for your knees. Most individuals that experience pain in their knees when squatting, are simply doing it incorrectly. A squat is no different than sitting in a chair, if the weight on your shoulders or to your side is too much, please lessen it. Squats are the single most effective exercise for a strong pair of legs. Squats are phenomenal for you, if done correctly. Please consult a personal trainer for correct technique.

Static stretching decreases your risk for injury. Static stretching before exercise can cause performance decline. Your joints could be relying on a certain stiffness for force or stability. This decrease can lead to undersized joint movements and possibly lead to injury.

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