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Debunking Myths about Fitness Goals

Published on 4/28/2013
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When it comes to fitness and health, this industry has become a successful business because it generates millions and millions of dollars through different fields. This pertains to recreational gyms, fitness equipments, supplements, and such. These are the reasons why many fitness and gym businesses are willing to set up fitness goals that can be considered as myths just to sell their products or increase their clientele. In some cases, there are individuals who really fall for this kind of agenda. Nobody can blame them; it is because almost everyone wants to achieve a healthy lifestyle, which normally involves losing weight and becoming healthy. However, there are people who realize that they have been fooled when it comes to the promises offered to them. This is why it is important to define what the myths are and what is real when it comes to fitness goals. Debunking Myths One of the fitness goal myths is the treadmill vs. manually. Treadmill avoids knee problems compared to manual running. Running shows a great result in workout; however, the common problem of running is the risk of knee injury. Most fitness associates explain the benefits of treadmill, which again is to avoid knee injury.This is not true, whether you are running on a treadmill or on pavement, there are still risks of injury. Proper warm-up or stretching and consultation with certified health experts are the best ways to know and prevent knee injuries. The more hours spent in the fitness gyms shows superior results. One of the fitness goals of many individuals is to acquire a good result. There are people who think that spending more hours working out inside the gym can give faster results to the reduction of weight.This is also a myth. The specific hours are ranging within 2-3 to do intense training. However, overdoing it can result to muscle tissue break down when overtraining is done. Muscles need to rest to enable muscle healing and rebuilding these results in bigger and stronger muscles. Abs Machine is better compared to manual core exercise. Developing abs is the most common mainstream topic when talking about fitness and health. This is why some fitness companies introduce and sell abs machine to the consumers believing that this abs machine can develop faster results compared to a manual workout.According to some health and fitness experts, there are no other alternatives to creating and developing abs compared to manual workout. Abs is the result of sweat and hard work done by a person. Though, a machine can tone abs, it cannot create strong and firm abs. This is also why; abs machine myths are used only to sell their products. There are a lot of recreational gyms that compete with each other when it comes to the upgraded fitness equipments they have to showcase to their clients. The latest gym or fitness equipments are said to be more effective compared to the old ones.However, keep in mind that the latest and old-fashioned equipments give the same result. Though the advantages of having the latest gym equipments are staying in touch with the trend, the result will only differ depending on the determination and perseverance of a person to achieve his or her goals. Thus, it is not true that the latest gym or fitness equipment is more efficient compare to old-fashioned equipments such as stationary bike, dumbbell and barbell. Wherever you go, there will always be different sources of information related to people’s fitness goals. This information may be facts or myths. The best way to identify which one is true or not is to take time to understand and dig a little deeper through research before applying information about a certain goal. Therefore, the next time you encounter such information, you are fully equipped to know if it is a myth or a fact.
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