7 Health and Fitness Beliefs You Need to Scrap

The Internet is full of information. Unfortunately, not all of it is based in fact. It’s easy to get sucked into an article that is well-written even if it’s utter nonsense. When it comes to your health, you can’t really afford to put blind faith into various fitness beliefs of others.

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Challenging Myself: Putting My Foot Down on 600 Calories

So, last week I wanted to do my net 600 calorie diet. Unfortunately, I gained a pound over the week. This was not because my diet failed, but that I failed it. In theory, my plan for 600 calories has merit. However, I seem to lack the proper motivation to see it through. Am I capable of practicing any kind of restraint or have the mindset to address my issues?

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Can You Survive a Zombie Apocalypse as You Are Right Now?

Seeing how it’s Halloween and all, figured I would get this question out of the way. Although it’s highly unlikely that a zombie apocalypse would happen, are you capable of surviving it in the shape you’re in today? While you don’t have to be in prime condition to outwit the undead, being fit greatly increases your chances.

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How to Be Realistic When Challenging Yourself

A lot of people will set astounding goals to reach. Unfortunately, many of them will try to go beyond their grasp. Don’t get me wrong, reaching for the stars is good – as long as you keep one foot on the ground. Challenging yourself is a great way to find your limitations and discover more about who you are. Just be realistic when you do so.

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How Can Busy People Find Time for Workouts?

It’s often difficult to find time to get in a workout in today’s fast-paced world. This is especially true for us desk jockeys who ride our chairs 16 hours a day. However, it’s not impossible for busy people to find time to work on health and fitness. Sometimes it just takes a bit of schedule modification and some sacrifice.

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How the Butterfly Effect Alters Health and Fitness

Have you ever thought about the small changes you make today may promote greater changes later? Aside from a cult classic movie, the Butterfly Effect is a concept that essentially encompasses this idea. While I think people take the concept way too far, I can see how it will directly affect health and fitness.

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Fitness Procrastination Wins Again, 5 Weeks and 40 Pounds to Go

It was my goal to be able to dress up as a superhero by this Halloween using my own body to provide the cool muscular appearance. But alas, fitness procrastination wins again. While I might not be able to look amazing after lathering myself up with liquid latex, that’s not going to stop me from at least trying to hit my goal. But is it worth the effort? Yes.

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