The world of fitness is riddled with too many dos and don'ts that today it has become difficult telling fact from myth. Many fitness enthusiasts out there are lost because they don't know what advice to follows because a lot of information out there is misleading. With all that contradictory advice out there, we have decided to come up with a list of the common fitness myths out there so that the next time you hear it, you can dismiss it and instead look for the truth about that fitness information you need.
Here are the fitness myths that you should always turn a blind eye on.
1. Morning Is The Best Time For Workout
This is a completely false notion. The truth is that the best hours for working out are the times that you feel ready to exercise. It really doesn't matter if you prefer working out in the gym in the morning before heading to work or always go for an evening run before you take supper and retire to bed. What truly matters is your consistency because there isn't any difference in morning or evening workouts. So don't beat yourself up when you prefer to workout in the evenings.