Is the title of this post confusing?
I was trying to come up with an opposite to this common phrase: “You can’t out-exercise a bad diet”. I get the idea behind the saying. But, I think this phrase is thrown around too much. I also think a lot of people use this as an excuse to skip exercise altogether.
Here’s another saying I believe is overused.
“Abs are made in the kitchen.”
What you eat is absolutely important, but part of me thinks these phrases are used as a way to minimize the importance of exercise. Some people will do ANYTHING to avoid exercise. Even if it means clinging to these phrases.
Being healthy requires both a good diet AND a healthy amount of exercise. It doesn’t have to be in a gym. A good diet is crucial as well.
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I just believe that in general people need to MOVE way more than they do, regardless of diet. The general population is eating poorly. And the general population is UNDER-Exercising.
Move whenever the opportunity presents itself. Don’t justify inactivity with a couple of iffy phrases.
If you do want to exercise in a gym environment?
These can still work in a home gym environment, but you do need dumbbells, barbells, etc.
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