From doing your cardio while hungry, to avoiding strength training because you don’t want to ‘bulk’ up, The Fit Pharmacist busts the most common training myths.
There’s no better time than a change in season to reevaluate your goals and make positive change, says The Fit Pharmacist, Holly Louise.
If you’re feeling the burn after your training sessions, it’s likely you’re experiencing delayed onset muscle soreness. Which according to The Fit Pharmacist may actually be a good thing.
Getting the results you want is as simple as continually challenging yourself, also known as progressive overload, explains The Fit Pharmacist, Holly Louise.
We all know how imperative exercise is for health and wellbeing, but knowing when to slow down is just as important, explains The Fit Pharmacist, Holly Louise.
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