The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    The Great Pizza Debate

    My friend and I are in a heated argument over Pizza, According to Weight Watchers they say that pizza is the best universal food. Because with the right toppings it covers all of the food groups. I say that it is too high in Carbs and sodium. Lets be real i need to lose ALOT of weight and it would not happen by eating pizza everyday with veggies on top.

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    the 4 food groups are obselete

    pizza is what you make it

    I eat it almost every day on my cut

    I make the dough myself in a bread maker

    it's whole grain 3/4 spelt 1/4 wheat

    I limit the cheese and slice the peperroni thin and make a thin crust

    the problem is that it's so easy to make one that's 1000 cals, I estimate mine around 500 cals

    I don't think there is much of a debate; raw foods all the way

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    4 food groups that was something i learn about back when i was elementry. hahaha

    i eat pizza no matter whether im bulking or cutting. but i wouldnt order out for pizza every day. like holto said "raw food all the way"
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    calories in vs calories out

    all i really care about when im cutting, for the most part.

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    It depends on the pizza. A Pizza Hut meat lovers is terrible, due to the trans and sat fats, among others. Home-made could be ok, whole grain crust, fresh veggies, very little cheese, some chicken or something. As long as you keep your cals in check it shouldn't matter too much, but a greasy pizza is probably not a good idea if you're very overweight, as all the bad fats are not good for the heart.

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    It's not going to hurt you once in a while but it is not something that will help improve your physique.


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    What are the "healthiest" pizzas that you can order?

    Healthiest - Not too many "bad" (useless) carbs, not much "bad" fat

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    I would assume a thin crust with lots of veggies. Maybe light sauce and cheese.

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    if your serious about a cut you should make and measure everything that goes into your body as holto described.

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    i make my own pizza using pita bread as the base, put on some salsa dip n low fat cheese with capsicum, mushrooms and low fat ham and grill. my pizza works out at about 50g of carbs, 40g protein and 8g fat (overall just under 500 calories)

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