Do not fall for the common fitness fallacies.

When you know what works in dieting and exercise, it helps you avoid fitness fallacies that do not serve you.


  1. Avoid the fitness fallacies about dieting
    Reduce your caloric intake and stick to the good habits that help you lose weight.
  2. Avoid the fitness fallacies about exercise
    Focus on how well you can recover from the exercise you do now. When you choose a workout plan, think carefully and tailor it to your goals and needs. Your main focus should be on getting in shape.
  3. Avoid the fitness fallacies about supplements
    The best supplements are whey protein and creatine, as they both support recovery from exercise and muscle growth. Coffee and green tea help increase the calories you spend at rest. Other supplements have no real benefits in helping you lose fat.


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