175: Common Fitness Misconceptions

by | Apr 14, 2021

In this episode, Mike discusses some of the most common fitness misconceptions. Sometimes what we think is the problem.. is not actually the problem. So we blame ourselves and focus our efforts on the wrong things. It's time to clear the air!

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