20 Pieces of Workout Advice That Need to Die Forever in 2020

To make your training safer and more effective, ignore these common but misguided coaching cues.

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When it comes to working out, everybody's got an opinion.

And usually, they're not afraid to share it. The amount of misinformation that gets labeled as fact within the fitness world is simply stunning.

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When it comes to working out, everybody's got an opinion.

And usually, they're not afraid to share it. The amount of misinformation that gets labeled as fact within the fitness world is simply stunning.

People who dole out this incorrect advice often have the best of intentions, but they just don't know any better.

You want to be a person who can separate fiction from fact.

You want to believe the things you're doing are effective and backed by science.

You want to know your making the most of your time in the gym.

Whether it's a poor exercise cue or a misguided take on nutrient timing, believing this bad workout advice can really hold you back.

With that in mind, here are 20 pieces of bad workout advice you need to be aware of.

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