5 Strength Training Myths Stopping Women From Lifting

Myth #5: If you’re not exhausted at the end of every workout, you’re doing it wrong

This is a myth that is growing larger and larger over the past couple of years. Right now the popular mentality is working out so hard that you finish each workout completely exhausted and on the brink of vomiting. If you’re not suffering, huffing and puffing, and miserable for most of the workout then you’re a slacker, or so people were led to believe.

That is so UNTRUE. Fatigue and exhaustion is not a marker of a successful workout. So, if you shouldn’t focus on wearing yourself out with every workout, how should you track progress?

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