Fitness Myths You Need to Stop Believing
When it comes to exercise it's easy to believe everything your friends/person on the treadmill next to you/stranger in the change room says about how to get the most out of your workout. But did you know, most of what you're being told — by people who mean well, I'm sure – isn't true? We enlisted the help of expert personal trainer and Jetts club manager, Adam Crooks, to debunk the most common fitness myths that are all too often mistaken for fact. Take it away, Adam . . .
Muscle Weighs More Than Fat
Wrong! A kilogram is a kilogram, regardless of what tissue it consists of. This misunderstanding comes from the fact that muscle is much more dense than fat. A kilogram of muscle occupies less space than a kilogram of fat.