Myth Busters! Common Nutritional Myths that May be Derailing Your Fitness Efforts
Making the right nutritional choices gets more confusing
every year (are carbs good or bad?).
While it's easy to find recommendations for the "average"
person, few of us really fit that mold.
Working towards weight loss, training goals, or performance gains all
put different demands on the body and cause our nutritional needs to vary
significantly. Here are a few common
myths and some help sorting out whether they apply to you.
The Perfect Fit: Find the Exercise Equipment You Need Without Paying for Features You Won't Use
Finding the perfect match when it comes to choosing your
exercise equipment is a tricky balancing act.
Assuming you've already decided which type of cardio equipment you want
(for more on deciding between a treadmill, elliptical, or recumbent bike check
out last month's Get
Fit blog), how do you sort out the bells and whistles without paying for
features you'll never use? Here are a
few of the features that are commonly offered; some may help in deciding
whether they're something you need to include in your next piece of fitness equipment.
The information presented on this website is not a substitute for professional medical advice.
It is only intended to inform and educate. Always consult a physician before engaging in any exercise
routine or acting on any information or advice contained on this website.