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      FITNESS TIPS FOR 10/31/2001                  


1. Doing sit-ups or some other form of abdominal exercise 
will trim unwanted pounds from your waist. There is no 
such thing as spot weight reduction. Doing abdominal 
exercises only strengthens the adominals; it doesn't 
make fat magically  disappear. The only way to trim 
unwanted pounds from your waist (or any other part of 
your body) is to expend more calories per day through 
activity than you consume through food.

2. Women shouldn't lift weights because their muscles 
will become huge and they will look like men. People 
don't suddenly become "huge" from lifting weights. It 
takes years of intense training to become "huge". 
Women can, however, develop a shapely and well 
proportioned physique by lifting weights.

3. Big, muscular people will probably become fat later 
in life because their muscle will turn into fat. Muscle 
and fat are two different types of tissues and can no 
more turn into one another than wood and glass. When 
muscle tissue is not used it will atrophy, or shrink in 
size. Typically the neglected muscle becomes 
surrounded by fat, giving the illusion of turning into 

4. Lifting every day, 3 days on and one day off, or 
doing double splits\twice a day will accelerate 
muscular development. These workout routines lead 
to overtraining; the body cannot recover sufficiently 
between workouts for real muscular growth to occur. 
These routines will only work for steroids users.

5. Some exercises are good for "shaping" your muscles 
and some are good for "building mass".  It's not the 
exercise which determines the type of muscular 
adaptation, but the number of repetitions performed 
and the intensity of your workout. 

6. Cheating (so that you can lift a heavier weight) will 
accelerate muscular development. Cheating (not 
performing the movement with strict form) is 
counterproductive. The point is to work the muscle 
properly, not move some heavy weight.

7. It doesn't matter which muscles I work out which 
days. You must keep in mind which muscles assist 
in working major muscle groups. For example, when 
you work your chest, your triceps are also being 
worked. Therefore, if you work chest one day and
triceps the next day you are over-working your triceps.

8. Some people are just too old to start weight lifting. 
This is patently false. In studies reported in Science 
News, people in their seventies and eighties began a 
weight training program and showed significant gains 
in muscle size and strength. Some of the participants 
in the study could scarcely walk before the program 
began could walk easily after the program.

9. People will stare at you in the gym if you're out of 
shape. Men and women of all fitness levels, weight 
ranges, races, and ages work out in gyms. And most 
of them are too busy with their own workout to
even notice whether you are overweight or can't lift
much weight in the bench press.




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