It’s the third year of Covid-19 and all of us are giving priority to health and fitness like never before. And the current scenario of fitness myths and half-truths, working out may sometimes hurt you in such tough times.
Misconceptions about exercise, as well as exercise methods and routines, may be preventing you and your family from receiving the best workout. We enlisted the help of some fitness experts to debunk myths that practically everyone believes but are not true.
Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered by bringing in some fitness professionals to debunk falsehoods that practically everyone thinks but are far from true.
A glass of detox water will make you healthier and assist you in losing weight.
“It cannot help alone,” says Preety Tyagi, Lead Health Coach, Nutritionist, and Founder of MY22BMI.
There is a combination of activities and a full diet plan that must be followed throughout the day and done correctly in order to reap the benefits of a glass of detox water such as nimbu pani or apple cider vinegar and achieve good health.”
- A cup of kadha can keep you healthy and free of all illnesses.
“It’s a myth,” Preety Tyagi responds.
“It is critical to understand how well you are providing your body with the nutrients that it demands on a daily basis,” she adds.
Kadha can assist, but only if you eat well and have a healthy lifestyle.”
- No pain, no gain.
“A little discomfort is alright,” says Karan Sethi Chopra, Certified Personal Trainer and Founder of The Iron Hub Gym, “but if you feel severe pain, there is a probability that you are doing something wrong or have sustained an injury.”
It is vital to pause, assess your condition, and communicate with your trainer.”
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