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Myth vs. Fact: Eat Less and Exercise More

Does eating fewer calories than how much you burn automatically equate to weight loss? This is the final installment of our mini-series on common nutrition myths where we’ll tackle the subject of how much food is necessary to fuel your exercise and activities of daily living.

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Myth vs. Fact: Pre/Post-Workout Supplements

What should you eat before and after your workouts? Many people consume workout supplements to help their bodies but is this the most effective way? This is part two of this month’s mini-series on nutrition myths. We’ll cover myths surrounding the subject of pre- and post-workout supplements.

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Myth vs. Fact: Workout Snacks

In this month’s mini-series, we will bust some common nutritional myths with regards to exercise. Read on to learn more about when and what an appropriate workout snack may be, pre- and post-workout supplements, and how much to eat to fuel your workouts.

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In Pursuit of the Elusive Six Pack

I can’t tell you how many people voice frustration, stomp their feet, express heartbreak, and even obsession regarding the core of their body. People who are interested and regular in their exercise are no exception. The pursuit of the famed “six pack” is elusive, at best. And there are many myths that surround the subject. […]

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10 Exercise Myths

Everyone’s looking to maximize their results in the gym, and many people are in a hurry to reach their goals. Many people head to the gym with knowledge they believe to be true about working out. It’s time to separate the fact from the fiction and uncover the truths about some common fitness myths.

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