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Myth #22: Longer Workouts Are More Effective

Let me take this opportunity to make a public service announcement.  The time you spend in the gym does not necessarily equal the time you spend actually training.  When I'm on the gym floor, I see it all the time. People come in, look at the clock, head to the locker room. Get changed.  Chat… Continue reading Myth #22: Longer Workouts Are More Effective

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Myth #21: You should avoid carbs if you want to lose weight

During the 90's, dietary Fat was the nutritional villain.  But now Carbs are the world's biggest "no no" when it comes to healthy eating. Hang tight, I'll also tell you why low carb diets may actually do more harm than good. Let's give carbs their rightful place at the table by clearing up some misinformation.… Continue reading Myth #21: You should avoid carbs if you want to lose weight

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Myth #17: Electrolytes only matter if you sweat a lot

You've seen the commericals and ads right? Buff bods that are covered in sweat, and the person is drinking guzzling some sports drink. The ad lets you know that you need to replenish your electrolytes. While I don't necessarily think that an expensive, sugary sports drink is the way to go, at least not proactively,… Continue reading Myth #17: Electrolytes only matter if you sweat a lot