Soreness is good and scales are pointless: The 10 biggest myths in fitness
July 10, 2020 By Joel Snape, The Guardian
With new exercises invented every week, new gurus trending by the day and a fresh study that contradicts all the other ones released every time you think you’re getting the hang of things, it’s easy to think that fitness is confusing – but it isn’t.
These are the 10 biggest myths in fitness – exercise your synapses for a couple of minutes by memorizing them, and do your curls with confidence. | READ THE FULL STORY
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