Old 03-26-2010, 09:35 AM
lorenzocadman lorenzocadman is offline
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Default Misconceptions About Fitness Training

People are becoming very health conscious these days, integrating fitness training workouts into their daily routines. One option many are choosing is fitness training, or hiring a personal fitness trainer. Any time some activity or event becomes popular, like personal fitness training has, suddenly myths and misconceptions begin flying around. If you're considering personal training for weight loss or just to get in shape, don't let these common fitness training myths confuse you, discourage you or steer you in the wrong direction.

With the right exercises, you can reshape your muscles - Your muscles are the shape they are because of genetics. You can make them larger or smaller (if you lose weight), but not amount of fitness training will change the shape of them. Working out will transform your fat to muscles. Muscle and fat are two different things and one cannot be transformed into another, regardless of what kind of personal fitness trainer you have. Fitness training can help you lose fat and develop muscles, but it won't turn the fat into muscles.

If you eat too much protein the more muscles you'll have. While any fitness trainer will tell you, protein is important to help replenish your body from your fitness training; your body only needs a certain amount of protein. Any more than that just goes to waste. You can choose the part of your body you want to lose weight and just lose it there. Although your personal fitness trainer will set you up with exercises and equipment to target specific parts of your body, you will not lose weight only in those areas.
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Old 04-07-2011, 11:13 AM
Stephen.joyce77 Stephen.joyce77 is offline
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Fitness is a very complicated topic.
I think that making proper training & diet is only possible with a training instructor.
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Old 11-22-2011, 07:07 AM
lav.katherine lav.katherine is offline
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Default Obviously, Misconceptions are with Strength Training as well

Primarily misconceptions with Strength Training are:

1. Weight lifting is unsafe.
2. If you stop, muscles will turn to fat.

The thing is that, if one do not have awareness these misconceptions will remain inside you either it could be fitness or weight lifting.
Solution is to engaged the proper gym trainer.
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Old 09-20-2012, 05:50 AM
Michael222 Michael222 is offline
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Personally, I don't think that a trainer is necessary for general body fitness or weight loss. The fitness problem has increased in recent years so in past years although people had unfit but they did not took it too serious and the situation was better than now. Don't take it too serious, God has made everything perfect so we just need to take care of our health. Eat healthy and pure foods and do regular physical exercise.
But I agree that a personal trainer may be required in some cases when problem has increased too much or you can't understand it.
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Old 10-04-2012, 04:37 AM
lav.katherine lav.katherine is offline
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Default Reduce misconception

to reduce misconception and make your training perfect all you need is Protein for your body to lean gain .

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