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Common Running Myths, Debunked

Running is one of the best overall body workouts. It tones the legs, strengthens the heart, and improves lung capacity. Regardless if you are running for fun or to compete, you will benefit from this intense exercise. However, if you are new to running, you might come across certain myths that have been in circulation for years. To develop a …

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Muscular Confusion: Myth or Fact?

Muscular confusion is a term used to describe a fitness theory that repeating the same exercise again and again will render it ineffective. According to the theory, when you perform the same exercise repeatedly, the muscle gets “used” to the activity. You could be spending hours performing the same exercise and you will not get the same results. This leads …

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5 Curly Hair Myths, Debunked!

65% of women across the globe have naturally curly or wavy hair. And unlike pin-straight tresses, curly and wavy hair require more styling and care to prevent frizz, tangles and dryness. Unfortunately, most curly-haired men and women are guilty of styling no-nos that leave the hair brittle, frizzy and downright messy! In today’s post, we are setting the record straight …

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