10 Fitness Myths

"I Don't Have Enough Time"

This is a typical reason to avoid exercise. If you're busy, you don't need to spend hours at the gym to keep healthy. 30 minutes of exercise several days a week keeps you fit.

"I Don't Know What I'm Doing"

Starting a fitness program might be overwhelming. A basic program can help you succeed in nutrition and exercise. Learn about your options and identify trustworthy sources.

"Nothing Works"

Progress takes time, so don't quit up if you don't see it right away. Changing your regimen might speed up your progress. 

"I Can't Afford It"

Exercising is pricey, another excuse. You can workout well without spending money. Use free online courses or bodyweight training without equipment. 

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"Dieting Is the Only Way to Get Fit"

Exercising is pricey, another excuse. You can workout well without spending money. Use free online courses or bodyweight training without equipment. 

Fitness Is Hard

Exercising is pricey, another excuse. You can workout well without spending money. Use free online courses or bodyweight training without equipment. 

"I'm Too Old to Get Fit"

Not so. Fitness should not depend on age. There are many methods to keep fit and healthy at any age, even while your body can't do what it used to.

Fitness Takes Time and Dedication"

Fitness demands a lot of effort and attention, a popular myth. Because you don't have time to workout, you may want to quit. Totally untrue.

"Fitness Is Boring"

Fitness is dull, another self-deception. It may feel like a hassle at first since you haven't found hobbies you like. 

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