When regular visits to the gym don’t deliver the desired results, it pays to think about what you are doing wrong. Usually, the devil is in the details, and sometimes the answer is right in front of you.

We collects the typical mistakes that many people make, and not just beginners!

6. Low-calorie Diet

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Low-calorie diets are generally healthy and can slow the aging of the heart and prevent cardiovascular disease.

However, they contain small amounts of fat, and during training, the body needs a healthy dose of protein, fat, and carbohydrates.

To get the necessary fats for your body, including healthy fats from salmon and avocado in your diet.

5. Sports Drinks With Electrolytes

Electrolyte drinks can do more harm than good to your body, especially if consumed during or after an intense workout.

The reason is that, in addition to minerals, they contain large amounts of sugar. That is why it is worth abstaining from these drinks.

4. Not Drinking During A Workout

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Many people prefer not to drink while exercising, but this is wrong. The body actively loses fluids during exercise.

Therefore, do not torture your body by completely depriving it of water. This can lead to health problems.

3. Eating More

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Regular exercise is not a reason to overeat between workouts. To keep your weight in check or lower it, you need to not only exercise but also eat right, without overexposing yourself to empty calories.

Remember that the gym only burns 500 kcal on average in an hour.

2. Working Out On An Empty Or Full Stomach

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Exercising on an empty or full stomach is a bad idea. In such situations, there is a high probability that you simply cannot finish the exercise due to fatigue and discomfort.

The best option is to eat 2 hours before going to the gym. This ensures a successful and productive workout.

1. Sauna Or Bath After A Workout

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After an intense workout, do not immediately go to the sauna or take a shower. During training, a lot of fluids are lost and blood pressure rises.

As a result, going to the sauna can lead to discomfort or even fainting. Instead, drink water and bathe ahead of time.