It's not always a bad idea to ignore those who "think" they know it all at the gym. People at the gym are only trying to help even though their information might not always be accurate. Just because someone has been working out in the gym a long time does not necessarily make them an authority on the subject just like any other time you might get advice. It's important for this reason that you ensure you are getting accurate information from only well known credible sources. You'll get the best information possible with the tips that follow.
You've probably heard the statement about metabolism boosts and the length they can last, this is not always a full truth. You will not burn the calories after the workout that you would expect with this type of metabolic change. This happens as a result of the metabolic rate not being as significant after the workout as many claim it should be. The increases are not significant enough to make a difference really.