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The Bachelor’s Sam Wood debunks most common myth about exercise

Bachelor Sam Wood debunks the most common myth about exercise as he completes an intense workout at his home gym

Former bachelor and personal trainer Sam Wood has debunked the most common myth about exercise.

The 42-year-old businessman revealed in an Instagram video that sports don’t make you tired, but energy.

“I’ve probably slept eight hours the last two nights and I didn’t really feel like working out, but the mistake so many of us make and the lie we tell ourselves is that exercise makes us tired,” he told fans.

Bachelor Sam Wood debunked the most common myth about exercise — while completing an intense workout at his home gym

Bachelor Sam Wood debunked the most common myth about exercise — while completing an intense workout at his home gym

“Right now, if you really push yourself, you’re supposed to feel bloated.”

‘But exercise doesn’t make us tired, it gives us energy. If I do five minutes I feel ten times better than before I did the training,” he added.

Sam made the revelation while completing an intense workout at his home gym at his Melbourne home.

The 42-year-old businessman revealed in an Instagram video that sports don't make you tired, but give you energy

The 42-year-old businessman revealed in an Instagram video that sports don’t make you tired, but give you energy

It comes after Sam recently sold his 28 Sam Wood fitness program for $71 million to myDNA, which offers customers personalized fitness and health plans based on an analysis of their DNA results.

Under the deal, Wood will become an investor in myDNA, with a five percent stake.

Since the launch of 28 by Sam Wood in 2016, the program has attracted more than 400,000 individual users and has collaborated with the likes of Woolworths and Blackmores vitamins.

Wood wants to ‘stimulate growth’ thanks to myDNA deal [and] add incredible new technical features and personalization to the program and app.

It comes after Sam recently sold his fitness program 28 by Sam Wood for $71 million to myDNA, which offers customers personalized fitness and health plans based on an analysis of their DNA results.

It comes after Sam recently sold his fitness program 28 by Sam Wood for $71 million to myDNA, which offers customers personalized fitness and health plans based on an analysis of their DNA results.

“I think that’s why we’ve had the success that we’ve had, and my DNA, what they have that we find really appealing is that extra level of personalization through genomics,” he told the Australian Financial Review.

Dennis Bastas, president of myDNA, told AFR that 28 by Sam Wood’s custom-designed app and website was a big factor in the $71 million deal.

“Sam has a great following and the platform itself is a wonderful user experience, and to be honest, from the myDNA perspective, the appeal in acquiring his company was all the people who agreed,” said Bastas.

Since the launch of 28 by Sam Wood in 2016, the program has attracted more than 400,000 individual users and has collaborated with the likes of Woolworths and Blackmores vitamins

Since the launch of 28 by Sam Wood in 2016, the program has attracted more than 400,000 individual users and has collaborated with the likes of Woolworths and Blackmores vitamins

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