If you think of giving up or giving in. Think Again.
- Kwanza Jones
That’ll be a nope, nopey, nopers. (The earth is a big ol’ basketball)
A false, falsey, falsey McFalserson. (Some T. rexes may have had feathers!)
And a wrong, wrong-o, wrong-ish-ness extravaganza. (There are alllll kinds of earth-like planets out there)
Now, history is full of widely-believed theories that have eventually been debunked. And the same is true for health and fitness. Let’s face it, we love to latch onto the newest trend, even if it’s completely awful for us.
And the only way we can stop silly lies from being spread is to call them out and speak the truth until that catches on more than the lie.
As a general rule, here at the Supercharged Society we believe it’s always a healthy thing to think again and question everything really – even if everyone else is doing the exact opposite.
Let’s take a gander shall we?
This one has been around for awhile. The Atkins diet, the Ketogenic diet, even The Bacon diet…
These kinds of diets have been effective in helping people lose weight, sometimes, at least initially, buuuuut then a whole host of other un-fun stuff happens too. People feel terrible, they’re nutrition deprived, and the moment they get off the diet, all their weight returns.
All these female bodybuilders who could beat up Arnold in his prime are most likely not using the most natural substances to get where they are. In other words, they’re most likely injecting themselves with testosterone to pack on all that manly muscle.
So no, if you’re a lady, you can lift weights, you can dance your butt off like a wild happy animal, and chances are you’ll simply get more toned and sexier than you already are.
If you’re not sleeping, you’re putting yourself at risk for heart disease and stroke. It might even make you more plump, depressed, and even less social, among other crappy things that no one likes.
So, rest up.
If you’re feeling bad after a work out, chances are things aren’t going well inside your body. It doesn’t mean you’re doing something right; it means you’re probably doing something wrong. Pain does not always equal gain. You could be dehydrated, or even overhydrated. You could also be overtraining.
Anywhooooooooooo, isn’t finding out the truth so much fun!!???
Isn’t it all just so exciting!!!!??????
Ok, time to shake it all off:
Remember, when it comes to your health and wellness: Always THINK AGAIN, seek out the truth, shake that body of yours all around when you need to, and then do it all over again.
Because you’re too valuable to live a lie.
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