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Many health and fitness experts will tell you that exercise is absolutely required in order to see weight loss results! Did you know that even “you must exercise to lose weight” is a myth?
We’re not here to tell you to drop your current fitness routine and become a couch potato…especially since we all know potatoes aren’t keto, but we are going to use today’s episode of Chat the Fat to clear up some widely believed exercise myths.
Exercise myths discussed in today’s episode:
#1 – Exercise is required for weight loss
#2 – To see results, you must workout for at least an hour everyday
#3 – When you hit the gym, you should perform cardio first
#4 – More cardio means more weight loss
#5 – Women get bulky from lifting weights
#6 – You can turn fat into muscle
#7 – You need to gulp protein immediately after your strength workout
#8 – You need to eat immediately before a workout
#9 – You should be drinking sports drinks like Gatorade to keep electrolytes in check
#10 – Working out can lead to weight gain on the scale, which means you’re gaining fat
#11 – Spot training, especially crunches, will help tone specific body parts
#12 – You shouldn’t workout when following a keto plan
#13 – Staying active and working out intensely mean the same thing
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Listener Question: When going down a significant amount of weight, what is your advice for a transitional wardrobe? How do you handle new sizes without breaking the bank and knowing you will soon (hopefully!) be ANOTHER new size?