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If you’re looking to get your fitness routine into check, you may be considering steady state cardio. Here’s some information that can help you make the right decision while avoiding these common myths and misconceptions. 1 It’s Useless For some reason, many people on the internet like to shout that steady state cardio is just plain useless for weight loss. In reality, it’s quite an effective option. Steady state cardio means performing an activity at a moderate intensity for as long as you can muster. This usually results in longer but more achievable workouts. You’ll definitely burn calories during your workouts too. Following the workout, you will recover more quickly. Over time, you’ll also see your endurance increasing and you’ll be able to go for longer and longer bouts of time. 2 It Eats Muscle This misconception is spread across all types of cardio, but it’s probably the least true for steady state. The idea is that, when your body isn’t getting enough nutrients from your diet, it will steal it from your muscle fibers to fuel your workouts. This is especially true with high intensity interval training, which puts a lot of strain on your body both during and…