It takes the body six to eight weeks to adapt to an exercise program.
Only 10% of people are successful at losing weight through diet alone, yet up to 80% of weight loss is down to diet.
During workouts, women tend to burn more fat, but post-workouts men burn more fat.
On average, a person walks 70,000 miles in their lifetime.
“I must workout every day to see results.” – WRONG
Exercising is important, but if you’re training hard you need to give your body time to recover.
Regular weight training increases the number of calories burned during normal activities.
For every pound of muscle gained, the body burns 50 extra calories every day.
Teens who exercise decrease their chance of developing a glioma brain tumour by a third compared to those who do not exercise.
The knee is the largest and most complex joint in your body which makes it most likely to be injured.
You’re never too old for exercise.