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Crazy Bodybuilding Myths That Aren’t True At All..

Updated: Nov 28, 2023

Dispelling these bodybuilding myths may provide some confidence to people who might be in search of natural bodybuilding secrets.

Busted Bodybuilding Myths

The bodybuilding world is an interesting place that’s riddled with opinions. So many people think they know what’s best for your workouts. In this piece, I look at four bodybuilding myths that aren’t true at all.

1. Taking Fat Burners Will Melt Away My Body Fat

This is one of the common bodybuilding myths that everyone falls for. There are supplements on the market called fat burners that are there to aid you in burning fat. Most people think that you can pop a few of these pills and within a few weeks, the fat will melt away.

There is NO supplement that will miraculously get rid of your body fat.

To lower your fat levels, you have to be in a caloric deficit. What this means is that you must be burning more calories than you take in. Fat burners won’t magically do this for you; you still need to exercise and do cardio.

2. Steroids Are The Only Way To Build Substantial Muscle

Many people in the fitness community will claim that steroids are the answer to your muscle building problems. They say that if you want to get big and muscly, then you need steroids. Otherwise, the human body is incapable of getting massive naturally. This is simply complete and utter nonsense.

If you workout regularly, and have your nutrition and recovery on point, then you can build muscle and get big. Plus, taking steroids is proven to cause erectile dysfunction in men, as well as many other issues.

In fact, if you want to build muscle and make sure your body remains healthy, steroids are the last thing you need.

3. Sit Ups Will Give Me A Six Pack

This myth is probably the oldest one in the book. If people want six pack abs, they tend to try and do loads of sit ups. They think that doing this exercise is going to turn their flabby belly into a ripped and chiseled one. However, this isn’t the case.

Doing lots of sit-ups will strengthen your abs, but you won’t be able to see them if your body fat percentage is too high. Do cardio along with proper diet to get that percentage down low, and then do your ab exercises.

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