The reading that I found the most interesting this week was the “7 Myths About Physical Activity”. Everyone always is coming up with new theories of ways to workout. I always hear people saying that they read or heard that a certain thing to do is better than the other, but it is usually wrong or right to a certain extent. Myth 3 and 4 were the two myths that stuck out to me the most out of the 7. Myth 3 is the myth that because someone is overweight they are unhealthy and if someone is slim they are healthy. This stood out to me because my boyfriend is technically “overweight” for his height and age, but it is because he is muscular. His muscle mass is on the bigger size, which is why he is considered overweight, but he is one of the healthiest people I know. On the other hand, my sister is the skinniest person I know, but she is very unhealthy. She eats very fatty foods and she does not work out, she just must have an amazing metabolism. Just because my sister is slim does not make her healthy. Myth 4 stood out to me too because a lot of parents assume that their kids are getting enough exercise from their P.E. classes. I took a kinesiology class last semester and we learned that schools provide less than the recommended activity time than they should. Because of this, kids are supposed to receive exercise out of school to make sure they are staying healthy. I thought that reading all of these myths were interesting and I could relate to a lot of them.