Let’s be honest, if you’ve been on a fitness program for the last few months, there’s a good chance you think of yourself as somewhat of an expert. If you’ve been at it for years, there’s no stopping you from doling out free advice. Why not, right? You’ve been working out for a while; you’ve tried out a few different workouts; you’ve done Pilates, CrossFit, HIIT, and you keep up with the latest trends.
You may even have experimented with protein shakes or meal replacement supplements, tried a few thermogenics or weight-loss supplements. Of course, that entitles you to take the newbie under your wing and guide them on their fitness journey, right? You may not be certified, but your time at the gym has been fruitful and you feel like it’s your birthright to share your wisdom.
If you’re on the giving end today, there must have been some point in time when you were on the receiving end of unsolicited advice. This brings us to the vicious vortex of lies that is the gym. Want some advice? Don’t take advice from anyone but your trainer; and, steer clear of these gems in particular!
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