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Resistance Training And Weight Loss

While we continue with our Fitness Myths series today’s myth stems from many areas, and we’ve heard it in many forms over the years. First, studies are often quoted showing that people who only do strength training lose less weight than those groups who use diet modifications on their own, or through a combination of exercise plus diet modifications. While …

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Does Stretching Helps With Injury Prevention?

Today, we will continue with our Fitness Myths topic and discuss one more common myth. This one is a sticky myth and it is related to stretching and injury prevention. For those “in the know”, it’s been debunked for well over 20 years, but there are still many people clinging to this faulty belief. Let’s dive in… Myth: Stretching before …

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How Long Does It Take To See Results In Fitness?

I hope your last weekend of Stampede was awesome! To continue with the fitness myths series, I have one more myth to debunk for you: “you have to spend a lot of time exercising if you want to see the results in fitness.” Time is always a touchy subject. We all have the same amount of it, but how we …

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5 Simple Strategies On How To Feel Happiness

It’s Friday. The most loved day of the week. It’s also the perfect time to bust a few myths about how to feel happiness. There is a lot of talk about happiness these days. Particularly because so many people are unhappy, unfulfilled, and disgruntled about the state of things around them. This tendency to “look outside” ourselves is a key …

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Is Muscle Soreness After Workout A Good Thing?

Knowing what’s true in a world of Instagram celebrities and self-proclaimed fitness experts can be challenging. That’s why I decided to do a series of myth-busting articles to hopefully clear the air of some stubborn fitness myths. The first myth on a plate will be “is muscle soreness good or bad”. How do you know you can believe me? These …