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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2014

    Cassandra

    Try and eat vitamin rich food, and protein rich food. NO TRANS FAT! EVER! It is horrible for your body. For example, this could be a healthy meal for one day. Eggs on a whole grain bagel, maybe with cheese. Milk on the side, or orange juice. Either one works. For lunch, you could have a sandwich with meat, or veggies, if you're a vegetarian/vegan. Have water! Drink 6-8 cups a day! For dinner, you could have salad with chicken or something. Water or milk! I'm probably repeating what you've already heard, but eat healthy and think ahead before you do something that could damage your health. Stretch, put on your favorite music, and work out. Lift some weights, do some push-ups. If you can't do real ones [ I can't do them very well :) ] Do modern push-ups, where you keep your knees on the ground. Good luck!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2014

    Jay/aiden

    I actually am doing the same thing but only because my kick boxing team is getting yogether again. At first i do yoga like downward dog baby pose. That burns calories while having fun. you can ride a bike and all. You can do an exercise that works the core like abb lifts

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2014

    Bird 筹

    Do you have a treadmill? If so, walk/jog on it for about 30 minutes every day. But, remember to stretch first. You could pull a muscle. Make sure to stretch your legs AND your arms a little, since your arms will be pumping. You will want to feel a pull when you stretch, but don't do it so much it hurts. Hold it for 10-20 seconds. Then, after you're finished on the treadmill, stretch again! This way you won't have sore muscles. And if you don't have a treadmill, do an activity such as jump roping, jumping on a trampoline, or dancing (with cordinated moves!) to a song. If you can go outside, then by all means, do! [If you have a dog, it'd be a good idea to walk him/her]. Also, don't splurge unnessecarily on junk food or candy. Your body doesn't need those calries! Make sure to eat the healthy stuff (l know, you likely hear this all the time). Hope this helped! Good luck! <br>
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    -Bird &#31608

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2014

    Advice Needed!

    Hello! This is not the usual boy advice thing. Well, I need to start excercising to get in shape for tennis season. However, I don't know what I should do. I can't really run outside, so if I ran it would have to be like in place. I'm trying to get healthier so any suggestions on anything would help! Thanks! <br>
    ~ &heartsFlicker&hearts

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