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12 Health & Fitness Mistakes You Don't Know You're Making - Michael Matthews

12 Health & Fitness Mistakes You Don't Know You're Making

Author Michael Matthews

  • Published: 2012-07-10
  • Category: Health & Fitness
4 Stars
4
From 21 Customers Review
Price: Free

Description

Do you believe that your genetics are preventing you from making great gains in the gym?

Do you do certain exercises because they're supposed to "shape" your muscles?

Do you stretch before lifting weights to prevent injury or increase strength?

When doing cardio, do you shoot for a "target" heart rate zone to burn the most fat possible?

If you answered "yes" to any of those questions, you're in good company as most people do the same.   

But here's the kicker: There's NO science behind any of it. Quite to the contrary, however, science actually disproves these things.

Thanks to the overwhelming amount of fitness pseudo-science and lies being pushed on us every day by bogus magazines and self-styled “gurus,” it’s becoming harder and harder to know how to get in shape. 

12 Health & Fitness Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making was written to debunk some of the most common and harmful myths in the health and fitness industry.

Download this book today and learn the truth about 12 myths and mistakes that ruin people's efforts to get fit.

SPECIAL BONUS FOR READERS!

With this book you'll also get a free 31-page bonus report from the author called "The No-BS Truth about Building Muscle, Getting Shredded, and Staying Healthy."

In this free bonus report, you're going to learn the true fundamentals of building a lean, muscular body without steroids, good genetics, or wasting ridiculous amounts of time in the gym and money on supplements.

Top Customer Reviews

  • Good book

    4
    From AtosPortosAramis
    Hi,the book is good
  • Answered many things I've been misinformed on!

    4
    From Serby1990
    I found your book very helpful to myself and feel I will apply my newfound knowledge to the rest of my health and fitness career. The only topic I would have liked to seen more of in this book would be "Problems with gaining muscle mass or weight". I realize that most people take up health and fitness to get the athletic more defined body, for myself it's never been an issue being lean as I started at 165lbs at 6ft tall 3 years ago. Although the last year of my training hasn't been quite as dedicated the first 2 years I kept journals of everything I had done in the gym, warm ups, cardio and weight lifting. I tried to keep a well balanced schedule as far as training all aspects of my body but seemed to hit a road block at 185lbs and therefor "fell off the band wagon" so to speak. Could be my dieting I suppose but at 23 now I just feel like I should be rounding the 200 mark and am at 180 and not going anywhere. Any pointers or tips would be greatly appreciated!!
  • Good

    5
    From william be
    Coach
  • Good

    4
    From Swag0
    Quite straightforward and reliable information. Worth reading IMO