fact or fiction

Five Cardio Myths Exposed

The FIRM Master Instructor Team by The FIRM Master Instructor Team | July 25th, 2012 | 8 Comments
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By The FIRM Master Instructor Annie Lee

Are you confused by all of the information out there about cardio fitness and how to do it so that you get the best results?

“Eat before your workout — No, don’t eat before your workout!”

“Running burns the most calories but walking burns more fat!”

“Work out for 30 minutes a day or don’t bother working out at all!”

It’s enough to put any girl off her workout routing. That’s why we’re getting to the truth behind some popular “cardio myths” — to help you sort out the fact from the fiction.