10 Super-Common Fitness Myths—Busted

Learn the 10 Super-Common Fitness Myths—Busted

Kelsey Cannon, C.S.C.S. addresses 10 super-common fitness myths to help you see the truth.

True or false?

When it comes to fitness there’s a lot of misinformation out there.

Whether it’s a tip from a well-intentioned (but under-informed) friend or out-of-date research, it’s difficult to dig through the noise to get to the real meat of what you need to know about working out. So we asked three trainers to tell us the biggest fitness fallacies they hear on a day-to-day basis. Consider these myths ‘busted.’

Myth #1: Mixing Up Your Workouts Constantly Is The Best Way To Get Fit Fast
Myth #2: You Should Do The Same Exact Workout Every Day
Myth #3: No Pain, No Gain
Myth #4: You Should Do Cardio To Get In Shape Before Starting Strength-Training
Myth #5: Distance Running Is The Best Workout For Weight Loss
Myth #6: You Can Work Out To Lose Weight In Certain Areas
Myth #7: Lifting Weights Makes Women Bulky
Myth #8: More Workouts = More Progress
Myth #9: Stretching Before Your Workout Messes With Your Performance
Myth #10: Muscle Can Turn Into Fat

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