You can’t believe everything you read. Especially if it’s coming from that well-known fitspo influencer or nutrition expert.
You’d be surprised at how many people fall for common fitness and nutrition myths. Check out what really works and what really doesn’t.
MYTH or FACT?!
FITNESS MYTH: ”Fat-burner” supplements can help you lose weight without exercising or changing your diet.
FITNESS MYTH: Drinking coffee is unhealthy because of the amount of caffeine it contains.
FITNESS MYTH: Cardiovascular activity is the best exercise to help you burn calories and shed fat.
FITNESS MYTH: Weight training will make women bulk up and look less feminine.
FITNESS FACT: There’s no magic fat loss or weight loss pill that will, by itself, help you lose weight. The only ”Fat-burner” is a lifestyle that includes a healthy diet and regular exercise. Some supplements, like multivitamins, protein powders and Superfood Tabs (a.k.a. Skinnyabs) can help you reach your goals, but there is no replacement for food.
FITNESS FACT: Caffeine is a proven performance enhancer that athletes have used for years. Especially for endurance. Superfood Tabs (a.k.a. Skinnytabs) contain 40mg of caffeine from green tea which gives you a calm, focused energy rather than the jittery type from coffee or an energy drink.
FITNESS FACT: A combination of weight training and cardiovascular exercise is the key to burning calories and shedding fat. Weight training helps you build more lean muscle, which is essential for lasting weight loss. More lean muscle increases your metabolic rate, which means you burn more calories all the time, both in the gym & out of the gym.
FITNESS FACT: Weight training will give women sleek, defined muscles, not bulky ones. Lifting weights is integral for body shaping and fat loss. When you lift weights, you add definition to your curves, improve overall fat loss, increase energy levels & improve the quality of sleep.
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