Monthly Archives: January 2014

Part II: Popular fitness myths

Part II: Popular fitness myths

See Part I: Popular fitness myths Here Myth 6. If you are not completely exhausted the day after workout, it means your workout wasn’t good enough. If you did your best in a gym and was training for few hours, it doesn’t mean you have to be sore next day. Everything depends on your body structure and abilities. Judge your workouts not by the level of soreness, but by the progress you make.»
Part I: Popular fitness myths

Part I: Popular fitness myths

When you start dieting, it’s very important to distinguish what is an enemy to your diet and what is a friend. When you are a beginner, you read so many articles of diet fiction that it becomes difficult to recognize fitness myths. If you learn before starting a diet, you will be able to distinguish fitness myths and real tips, which help to lose weight and get a great shape. Myth 1.»
How to get a fighting shape
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How to get a fighting shape

If your plan is to get a fighting shape, you have to be ready for hard and exhausting workouts, because to win the fight you must be strong and powerful as a stone. Start your workout with a good warm up, which will give you enough energy for all the training and will help to avoid injuries. The best option for you is to perform a warm up outdoors, mixing running and fast walking.»