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    Do you have a fitness-related problem or issue that you can’t seem to resolve? Is it standing in the way of creating a body that you can be proud of? If you answered yes to these questions, here are three of the most voiced complaints when it comes to getting into better shape, as well as how to get rid of these fitness problems once and for all. #1: You don’t have enough room for exercise equipment. With the cost of gym memberships being too high for people living paycheck to paycheck, a lot of fitness enthusiasts are...

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    Not sure how to separate exercise-related fact and fiction? Here are 14 of the most common misconceptions about workouts so you know what not to believe: If you’re not sweating, you’re not working out hard enough. Some people don’t sweat a lot naturally, so this isn’t a good indicator of energy expenditure. 2. Lifting weights will make you look like a bodybuilder. Lifting weights normally will help you tone, not bulk you up. To know how many calories you’re burning, check the counter on the machine. If you want a more accurate number, use a personalized monitor or...

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  Not sure if you’re ready to join the world of CrossFit? Don’t worry. We’ve developed this short 10-question quiz that you can take right now to help you decide whether you’re physically and mentally ready for this particular sport … Question #1: Can you move a bag of groceries from your car to your house? Question #2: Can you pick an infant or toddler up from the floor? Question #3: Can you reach above you, as if to remove something from a higher shelf? Question #4: Can you do light intensity cardio (such as a fast walk or bicycling)...

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  Have you ever wondered how much of the information you’ve learned about workouts is true, leading you to a more fit and trim body, and how much is false, causing you to fall flat on your face and never lose a pound? To help you with this dilemma, here are the 10 biggest myths about workouts: The longer the workout, the better. High intensity interval training (HIIT) gives you a strength and endurance building workout in 20 minutes or less. You have to exercise every day to be in shape. While you should have some type of physical activity...

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Whether your goal is to build massive muscles or simply give your body more tone, you aren’t going to achieve either if you believe the misconceptions related to muscles. Here are nine of the most common: You’ll get a bodybuilder’s physique if you lift heavier weights. The only way you’ll build that much muscle is to add supplements to your routine. To build muscle, protein is the only nutrient that matters. The truth is that carbohydrates are important too, especially for energy. You shouldn’t work out a muscle that is sore. Some soreness is natural if you’re pushing your physical...

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