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Myths and Misconceptions about Exercise

Exercise is not about working out and feeling too tired to move afterwards. Actually, exercise is about feeling good while taking responsibility for your health. Studies show the simple act of taking a walk for 30 minutes a day may provide health benefits.

There are many forms and types of exercise. Exercise does not have to be running 5 miles or lifting 200 pounds. Exercise can be playing soccer, yoga, washing your car or mowing the yard.

Before you read a few myths about exerise, here is one fact: a permanent way to change your body is to change your lifestyle.


If you are thin, you're fit.
Being thin is no indication of how efficient your heart, lungs and muscles are. Many thin people actually have more than the recommended percentage of body fat. You've got to exercise!

Sit-ups get rid of stomach fat.
"Spot reducing" is a myth. Fat is reduced proportionally throughout the body.

Sweat loss means weight loss.
You do lose weight temporarily when you sweat, but this is mostly water loss, not fat loss, and is regained as you quench your thirst.




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"3 Habits to Lose Weight: Nutrition, Exercise, Lifestyle"

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