Weight Loss Myths
If you’re not sweating, you’re not working hard enough.
Sweating is the body’s way of cooling itself down. Many factors contribute to body temperature, including room temperature, types of exercise done, body-fat levels, clothing, and exercise intensity. The intensity for exercise can’t be judged by the amount you sweat.
A well-trained person will often sweat a lot because their body can more efficiently regulate heat.
Taking sugar before exercise to raise energy levels.
Ingestion of sugar will lead to a rapid rise in blood sugar levels. This rapid rise stimulates a release of insulin, which quickly removes the excess sugar from the blood system, often causing your blood sugar levels to drop, sometimes below the level that it started at, leading to faster exhaustion.
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