Beware of the Fake Experts
A few weeks ago, a fake expert butted their way in to the conservation a gentleman was trying to have with me.
And as fake fitness experts are apt to do, they start spewing advice that is unwarranted and not asked for.
That is mistake number one.
Anyhow, it got me thinking about some of the ‘concepts’ you’ll hear from fake fitness experts. If you know these, you’ll be able to spot them a mile away and save yourself the hassle.
Fake fitness experts will say thing like:
You need to do more cardio. But only do it on a treadmill or elliptical because they are somehow magical.
Beware of carbs, they are the devil’s child.
In fact, give KETO a shot, it’ll give you the jump start you need.
If you do enough sit ups, your belly will being to shrink.
Your training isn’t supposed to be fun or engaging, it supposed to be tough and monotonous.
You should eat many, small, frequent meals. And no matter what you do, never eat right around bed time. If you do, you will risk serious physical side effects.
Man, this list could probably go on for 10 pages, but that’s enough to get you started.
Think differently - Kyle Newell
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