Shobith K Menon

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Fitness Myths

MYTH: YOU CAN TARGET YOUR FAT BURN. FACT: Working out can reduce your overall body fat, but you can't control where that fat comes from. In a new study published 11 people completed a 12-week exercise program to train a single leg. Even though they only trained on one side, they lost about the same amount of body fat in each leg—and burned even more body fat above the waist. MYTH: LIFTING HEAVY WEIGHTS BULKS YOU UP. FACT: Actually, it can slim you down. Women who lift a challenging weight for eight reps burn nearly twice as many calories as women who do 15 reps with lighter dumbbells.bulking and shredding will depend on your calorie intake. MYTH: RUNNING ON A TREADMILL IS AS EFFECTIVE AS RUNNING OUTSIDE FACT: Because running against wind or on uneven terrain engages more of your muscles, it requires more energy and ends up burning about 10 percent more calories than running the same distance on a treadmill. MYTH: YOU CAN'T WORK OUT WHEN YOU'RE SICK FACT: As long as you don't have a fever and or any internal discomfort (think: stuffy nose or sore throat, not chest congestion or indigestion), you can totally hit the gym. Just listen to your body—or ask your doc if you're unsure. MYTH: CRUNCHES ARE THE BEST MOVES FOR YOUR CORE. FACT: To really cinch your waistline, you're better off doing multi-muscle exercises that target every region of your core. (Crunches don't count.) MYTH: YOU SHOULDN'T WORK OUT EVERY DAY. FACT: Rest should be part of your workout, not an alternative to your workout. Lift heavy and eat clean. I hope it was helpful . Have a great day ahead 💪

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