In today’s show, the human strength expert Kyle Newell debunks the myths of the fitness industry.
Here are the show highlights of About to Blow Up Some Sacred Cows of the Fitness Industry:
- Kyle’s fitness experience (1:31)
- Myth on cardio (2:30)
- Cardio for fat loss (4:23)
- Cardio and endurance running (6:49)
- Myth on isolating muscles (8:08)
- Training for strength and power (10:03)
- Myth on diet (11:32)
- Taking control of stress (15:22)
- Myth on core training (17:05)
- Recap (18:45)
Kyle’s Fitness Experience
Kyle has encountered a lot of myths in actual strength training. He’s been in the fitness industry since he was about 16 years old.
Having spent more than half of his life in the field, Kyle has learned from some of the greatest persons and has studied some of the most obscure concepts. To help others, he has made the lessons easy and well understandable for anyone to apply.
Myth on Cardio
One of the misconstrued exercises in the fitness industry is the cardio workout, which basically refers to anything that stresses the cardiovascular system. What is to be understood is that the muscular system is what drives the cardiovascular system.
Many think of it as a way to become healthy. What most fail to realize, however, is the fact that one can’t go on with it unless he enjoys doing it. As Kyle emphasizes, the brain can only form habits around things that it finds pleasurable.
If you can’t keep up with what you do to be fit, you can end up going back to what you used to be.
Cardio for Fat Loss
Cardio workouts are very ineffective in helping you lose fat. This issue can be traced back to the 70s when treadmills became a famous product for businesses. A lot of bogus ideas were created about it then.
Download and listen to About to Blow Up Some Sacred Cows of the Fitness Industry to know the truth behind the most common myths in the fitness industry. An expert in his field, Kyle wants to help people get better in life. Share this to your friends, family, and loved ones.
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