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8 Fitness Myths We Need To Stop Listening To

2. High Intensity Exercise Is The Best.

What is “Best” for you? The best thing anyone can do is ask themselves exactly what they are training for. Strength gains? Fat loss? General health and just wanting to feel good? There is plenty of research in support of high-intensity exercise for becoming leaner and stronger, but as with anything, too much of it can make a good thing go bad quickly.

The bottom line is variety is best. So, while high-intensity exercise has been proven to increase calorie burn, fat loss, strength, and endurance, the best exercise programs combine high- and low-intensity training sessions. It’ll work you body the right amount so you don’t destroy it for the long-term.

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