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Triathlete.com: 6 Common Strength Training Myths

Compelling evidence about how little many personal trainers know. There is more stupid in this article than you can shake a stick at. One of my favorites:

As an added benefit, the research increasingly shows that relatively low-resistance strength training — the kind we are going to be talking about here — can lead to significant improvements in cardiovascular fitness. That means targeted  strength training can help improve your form and your endurance.

Triathlete.com: 6 Common Strength Training Myths. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw3LH7piU

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