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Physical Therapists Debunk 14 More Exercise Myths | Debunked

Physical therapists Dr. Wesley Wang and Dr. Stacie Morris debunk 14 myths about fitness and exercise. They explain why soreness doesn’t equal a successful workout, why exercising doesn’t cancel out unhealthy eating, and how big muscles aren’t necessarily stronger.

Dr. Wesley Wang is a physical therapist based in Rockville, Maryland. You can learn more about him and his clinic here: https://wesleywangdpt.com/

Dr. Stacy Morris is a physical therapist based in Phoenix, Arizona. You can learn more about her and her clinic here: https://thephysiofix.com/

0:00 Intro
0:49 Your knees should never pass your toes when squatting
1:50 Soreness is a sign of a good workout
2:49 Bigger muscles are stronger
3:46 You need to eat meat to build muscle
4:03 Cardio before weights
4:38 Working out tones your muscles
5:40 Exercise cancels out unhealthy eating habits
6:33 You should bulk and cut to build muscle
7:47 You need to work out for at least an hour for it to have an effect
8:27 Running will destroy your knees
9:31 The best way to burn fat is on an empty stomach
10:25 Lifting heavy weights at a young age will stunt your growth
11:02 Assisted exercises are not as effective
11:47 You can’t exercise with flat feet

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Physical Therapists Debunk 14 More Exercise Myths | Debunked