Here is a link to womenshealthmag.com with an article on 13 fitness myths.
Two of the 13 fitness myths are actually true for many humans based upon my personal knowledge and experience.
TRUTH: You don’t need to exercise every day and can in fact skip exercise for a week or months and not cause any bad effects on your body. You may not feel as wide awake and energized and relieved of stress if you don’t exercise daily but most of us, excluding old people with muscle stiffness problems, don’t exercise daily and survive just fine.
TRUTH: Working out can make some humans hungry. Some people may not get hungry after a workout, especially if they exercise on a daily basis and have established a standard routine of eating and exercising. I on the other hand from personal experience do frequently feel hungry after heavy exercise because I live a rather sedentary life and don’t exercise or eat on a regular basis. After I suddenly exercise vigorously my body demands food and I feel hungry.
MYTH: You can target your fat burn
MYTH: You shouldn’t work out on an empty stomach
MYTH: No pain, no gain
MYTH: You should stretch before you work out
MYTH: Lifting heavy weights bulks you up
MYTH: Exercise machines beat free weights
MYTH: Running on a treadmill is as effective as running outside
MYTH: You can’t work out when your sick
MYTH: Sweating means your out of shape
MYTH: Crunches are the best moves for your core
MYTH: Running beats walking
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