BUSTING HEALTH AND FITNESS MYTHS

mynamesian

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Hi there,

The fitness industry and community are now flooded with companies and individuals making bogus claims. Also, many experienced and even advanced lifters actually fall prey to such claims. One of which is the claim; "Eating carbs at night make you fat". This is a total myth!

Scientists have proven time and time again that weight loss is attributed to a caloric deficit, or to put it simply, consuming lesser than your energy output. So for most individuals this would mean eating lesser calories (food).

Still not convinced?...How about this myth, I think most of us have heard this before, "Lift heavy weights for size, lift lighter weights for definition". This is false as definition, or muscle definition in particular is a combination of two components, development and body fat level.

If you want to look ripped and shredded like the actors in movies, you first have to develop the muscles to a certain size. Next, you would need to get to a low body fat level to reveal the muscle fibers.

For more information and articles like this, do check out www.thenattybrofessor.wordpress.com.

Cheers
 

Jonah

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