Show off your fitness IQ and your ThighMaster trivia prowess in our fitness quiz.
Fiction. Fat tissue and muscle tissue aren't the same, and one can't turn into the other.
About 10,000 (which is about 5 miles).
150 total minutes every week meet federal government guidelines.
All of these are examples of physical activity.
False. Trade sit-ups for total body workouts to tame belly fat.
Warm-up exercises should be dynamic, which hamstring stretches are not.
Immediately apply ice to an injured muscle.
A pound of fat and a pound of muscle weigh the same -- a pound.
Washing dishes does count as physical activity, although a light one.
Mowing the lawn, while good exercise, is not considered vigorous.
All of these are possible benefits of exercise.
There are 3,500 calories in one pound of fat.
It's a myth that we need eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day.
Only an estimated 3 in 10 adults exercise regularly.
48 hours is the optimal recovery period post-exercise.
True, muscles burn calories while at rest to make energy to power your body.
Your shoes are important for preventing injury.
The "talk test" determines the intensity of your workout.
You can talk, but you can't sing, when you're getting moderate exercise.
This is how you feel about the intensity of your workout.
Experts recommend no more than about 1 to 2 pounds.
Suzanne Somers was the face of the '90s ThighMaster fitness fad.
This is bad advice. If exercise hurts, stop.
All of these are benefits of resistance training.
Begin with low-intensity exercises when you haven't exercised lately.
False. Runners' knees are no more or less healthy than non-runners.
6 percent of deaths are attributed to inactivity.
All of these states lack physical education requirements for students.
Kids and teens should get 60 minutes of moderately-intense physical activity every day.
True. While more is better, some exercise is proven to be better than none.