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If you stumbled here without checking out Part 1, please do so, as we are trying to touch on common dieting mistakes that we have all came across, or surely will come across, in our evergrowing quest to have the bodies of Gods…

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Not Mixing Up The Foods You Eat

Sure, dieting involves eating the proper, clean, and natural foods. But let’s face facts – eating the same stuff day in and day out gets MUNDANE!! It gets psychologically taxing knowing you have to eat the same bland food every day. Though it’s part of the physique game, things don’t always have to be so damn boring and shitty… Continue Reading…

In a perfect world, everyone would be lean, tone, muscular, athletic, and so on and so forth. Let’s face facts people – the less fat we have, the better we look, and the happier we are. There are those “activist” types out there that will say shit like “as long as you’re happy it doesn’t matter what you look like blah blah blah…” Duly noted. The fact of the matter is, not one sane person residing on planet Earth, will argue the fact that a toned body with minimal body fat, doesn’t look better than a body with unsightly fat on it. Not to offend anyone, but get real, people! Anyhow, our purpose here is not to mock the people that claim being overweight and out of shape is ok as long as you’re happy, but rather to touch upon a few common mistakes most people (men and women alike) make or run into when on the quest for their dream physiques… Continue Reading…

Too many myths exist about exercising, and these negative stigmas need to be removed

Too many myths exist about exercising, and these negative stigmas need to be removed

Within the mish-mosh of self-proclaimed fitness gurus and so called “experts” in the fitness community, too much bullshit has been floating around and being forced to seep into our minds.

Well, not our minds, but certainly some amiable minds that don’t take the time to do their research. Some people hope there is some magical, easy solution to fitness success, but there isn’t. It’s laughable, we know, but the stigma does exist. We wanna break that shit wide open!

Lee Boyce, a certified strength trainer and ex-athlete, has a very informative article called Unapologetically Debunking the Top 7 Exercise Myths.

Why this article is awesome is because it plainly and concisely lists the exercise myths that are most likely to be floating around in your gyms, your minds, and in the deepest darkest chasms of your soul (OK that last one might be a little overboard, but you get the drift). Continue Reading…

Learn the difference between myth and actual science, and propel your body to the next level...

Learn the difference between myth and actual science, and propel your body to the next level…

Alrighty then!

Myth Debunking Part 1 got us started, so let’s carry on and get the rest of these myths outta the way…

Below you will find the remaining 4 myths out of the 7 most common exercise myths.

It is important to read through through our previous article about this topic, thoroughly. It is also just as important to read through and understand this article, thoroughly!

4. If You Have Balance Issues During Exercise, You Need To Work On Your Core Strength

This can be true to an extent, in certain facets, but overall this is considered a myth.

A strong, balanced core is essential for being balanced and coordinated in the gym and on the field. However, when talking about balance, we are talking about balance, not coordination, which is what your core generally assists in. Continue Reading…