From Grok to Groupon: 12 Articles to Debunk Common Fitness Myths
The internet allows for easy sharing of information - but it also allows misinformation to spread quickly too. This can cause all manner of myths and dangers to be accepted as fact. But never fear! Here are twelve articles to dispel these myths and set you back on the straight and narrow.
Fuzzy Science: 3 Claims About Yoga That Just Aren't True (Bethany Eanes)
Have you ever been in yoga class and heard, "The organs are like a dirty sponge, and we are ringing them out to detoxify the body?" Then you wonder, "Are we really? Does that really work?"
Let me shine a light for you in the darkness of the back pain night. Disc bulges and injuries are not forever, but there are some important things to know about treatment.
Let's look at what really happens when you do a heavily discounted email offer like Groupon, including the potential for insulting your current clients and the tiny amount you actually earn.
5 Myths About Meditation (Mindith Rahmat)
A myriad of research that has demonstrated the positive effects of a meditation practice on stress, physical health, chronic pain, sleep, mood, concentration, and athletic performance.
2 Myths About Women and Weight Lifting Debunked (Andrew Read)
It’s long been female gym folklore that to get lean you do high reps with a light load, while those looking to get bigger need to lift heavy. Let’s look at some misconceptions around this advice.
The attempt to spot-reduce body fat. It should be dead and buried, but it lives on. It’s a pursuit that just doesn’t go away. It’s time to add one more nail to the coffin.