Monday, February 25, 2013

We clarify 5 myths about exercise

Eating or not eating carbohydrates do more crunches and weights, stretching injure more for less? High to myths and clarifications come.

We clarify 5 myths about exercise

Do not always believe what you say, we recommended when we were kids and mom was right. In a matter of fitness there are many doubts about what works and what does not. Maybe if we're not getting the results we want is because we are heeding some of these erroneous theories:

Myth 1: protein, low carbohydrate = more muscle

FALSE. Carbohydrates are necessary to give you energy for your workout routine, so do not ever remove them completely. What you should do is visit a nutritionist to tell you how to control them so they do not backfire. For proteins, a fact that is necessary to build muscle but you must eat them in moderation because too much Peden also become fat.

Myth 2: all you need is weights and cardio

FALSE. A comprehensive training involves strength, agility, endurance, flexibility and even psychological part is important to address. Try not autoimponerte a routine but see a specialist to help you reach your goals faster.

Myth 3: always stretching prevents injuries

FALSE. Sometimes too cold stretch can injure more than resultarte beneficial, so it is best to hot joints with small circular movements. Now, it is important to note that each type of exercise has its own form of heat, for example in the running have to give priority to the joints, so it is best to ask an expert in the discipline that you perform to better target .

Myth 4: the abs are the best way to get rid of abdominal fat

HALF TRUE. Yes, but if they are supplemented with cardio, stretching and excellent food.

Myth 5: no pain, no results

"No pain, no gain", but as itself. One thing is that it hurts because you've never exercised in your life that muscle and quite another to have an injury and still decide to continue,'d autosaboteándote! When something hurts you consider not normal, it is best to see a doctor of sports.

Know another common myth in the exercise?

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