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Nutrition Myths

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Dr Mike Hart propose nutrition and diet plans, muscle and fitness with information on shaping muscle mass, weight training and sports nutrition .

 

There are countless nutritional myths in the health industry. The unfortunate truth is that once a theory becomes “accepted as scientific evidence”, it becomes re-written until it is accepted as undisputed truth. However, some of these theories may not stand the test of time. Governmental organizations aren’t likely to make a public announcement stating, “In light of new evidence, we must regretfully inform you that what we have advocated as healthy food is actually unhealthy”.

 

I will attempt to reveal 8 nutritional myths that may not only surprise you, but may allow you incorporate the facts into your life to make more informed decisions towards a healthier lifestyle. 


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Busting Even the Best Excuses for Skipping Your Workout

Busting Even the Best Excuses for Skipping Your Workout | weight training | Scoop.it

"Want to skip your workout? We're going to bust every excuse you've got."

 

Everyone knows there are so many good reasons to work out. It helps your heart and bones stay strong, keeps you limber, increases endurance, helps maintain weight, and gives you more energy — not to mention bragging rights when you can beat someone in an arm wrestling match. Unfortunately, the list of excuses to skip workouts is almost as long. We’re too tired, too busy, too stressed, too broke. It’s too hot or too cold. 

 


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Bodies at Rest

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"One of the fundamental variables of weight training is the amount of rest you take between sets. For the most part, novice bodybuilders tend to try to use relatively short rest periods between sets in order to stimulate and maintain a “pump” during their workouts. After all, a pump is like instant gratification; start lifting and within 10 minutes you are bigger than you were when you walked into the gym that day. " http://bit.ly/15Bg640

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