True, because working out on an empty stomach means you burn more fat.
False, you should eat a light snack 1 to 3 hours prior to exercising.
True, but you should eat right after exercising.
False, you should always eat an enormous meal right before exercising.
True, women can get just as muscular as men just by lifting weights.
False, but it will make them feel bulky.
False, women do not produce enough testosterone to become "body builder bulky."
True, but only in the targeted areas.
True - who cares about portion sizes when it's good for you!
False, you should eat 75% less.
True, as long as half of what you eat are negative calorie foods.
False, there are still calories in healthy foods, so be aware of portion size!
False, you should eat breakfast and eat small meals every 3 - 4 hours after that.
True. You should try to skip breakfast because it's unnecessary calorie intake.
False, you should eat a very small snack every hour.
True, and eating past dinner time will make you fat.
True. You can transform your body fat into hard muscle with the right workout and diet.
False. Fat and muscle are composed of two entirely different types of cells.
True, but only when you're young.
False, it's way too hard.
True. Eating any kind of fat will make you fat.
False, saturated fat actually decreases risk of heart disease.
True, all kinds of fat increase your risk for heart disease.
False, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats lower risk for disease.
False, if you exercise, you can eat as much as you want.
True, calorie cutting should do the trick.
False, you should combine exercising and a sensible diet with fewer calories.
True, cutting calories will make you thinner and more toned.
True. Target belly fat with ab exercises and you'll lose it in no time.
False, you need to create a workout with cardio and strength training elements to decrease your overall body fat.
True, just do 100 crunches per day and you will lose it in one month.
False, you only need to run or use the elliptical.
False, stretching can make you more susceptible to injury.
True, you will be seriously injured if you don't stretch first.
False, your muscles stretch as you exercise.
True, but you probably won't be injured.
True, if you didn't sweat, you didn't burn any calories.
False. If you're sweating a lot, it just means you're out of shape. The less you sweat, the more fit you are.
True, sweating makes you lose weight.
False. Sweating is merely your body's way of cooling itself and has nothing to do with a good or bad workout.