Common misconceptions can derail fitness efforts, report says

04/17/2012 | Washington Post, The

Exercise myths that can derail fitness efforts include the idea that regimens that do not lead to weight loss are not working, according to Consumer Reports. Other misconceptions include that exercise can lead to weight loss in specific body areas, that stretching is needed before working out, that sports drinks are better than water and that calorie counters on exercise machines are accurate.

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