Category Archives: Myth and Fact

Myth and Fact: Lifting Weights and Training Will Stunt a Childs Growth

Myth and Fact: Lifting Weights and Training Will Stunt a Childs Growth It’s natural for kids to play, run, roughhouse, jump, get hurt, and bounce right back. All this helps develop motor skills, prevent injuries and muscle imbalances, and perform … Continue reading

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Myth and Fact: Spot Reduction

Myth: You can burn fat from specific areas of the body by exercising those areas. Fact: Contrary to what anyone may want you to believe, the phenomena of spot reduction has absolutely no factual basis. When you exercise you utilize … Continue reading

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Myth and Fact: More Sweat = More Fat Burning

Myth: The more you sweat while working out the more body fat you burn. Fact: Excessive sweating represents fluids, mainly water being lost from your body. When you eat and drink you are replenishing those fluids and any immediate weight … Continue reading

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