Do you believe that your genetics are preventing you from making great gains in the gym?
Do you do certain exercises because they're supposed to "shape" your muscles?
Do you stretch before lifting weights to prevent injury or increase strength?
When doing cardio, do you shoot for a "target" heart rate zone to burn the most fat possible?
If you answered "yes" to any of those questions, you're in good company as most people do the same.
But here's the kicker: There's NO science behind any of it. Quite to the contrary, however, science actually disproves these things.
Thanks to the overwhelming amount of fitness pseudo-science and lies being pushed on us every day by bogus magazines and self-styled “gurus,” it’s becoming harder and harder to know how to get in shape.
12 Health & Fitness Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making was written to debunk some of the most common and harmful myths in the health and fitness industry.
Download this book today and learn the truth about 12 myths and mistakes that ruin people's efforts to get fit.
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Perfect job! Congratulations!
Well done. Very good job.
Great book actually, very good information, the things that really matter when working out written in an amazingly easy to understand way.
Good even for people who now already stuff in aspects as nutrition and exercise.
Great work, thank you very much!
Altho, I must say, as in regard to myth no.9, meal frequency, it is not to stoke the metabolism, but because the human body can absorb only 20 to 30 grams of protein in 2 to 3 hours. The frequent meal patterns purpose is to eat 25 grams ( in average ), every 3 hours, to assure the 2 gram protein per kg ratio is reached, and assimilated, ensuring that the nitrogen levels are positive.
But, as said, great book, all the little things that take you so much time and pain in the gym to learn, presented so easy to read.