Alternatives of Going to the Gym

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  1. DaMoose

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    Hello! I'm a senior in high school, all my seasons are over, and alls I have left is lacrosse on saturdays. Every morning we get a chance, my boyfriend and I go jogging to maintain our bodies (he's almost 4 years older, and he reminds me of what happens after you get outta school). I tried going to the gym, but I can't seem to build a want with out having any sport to worry about. I'm completely healthy, and fit, so I don't have to worry about my health, but I don't want to gain weight, or lose muscle. What does everyone do to stay healthy? Thanks!

    MOOSE
     
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    Go to the gym three day a week
    Play raquet ball once a week
    Take a dance class once a week (ballet)
    Watch what I eat
    Have sex as often as possible
     
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    I'm not really muscular, so that is not my concern in being healthy...but I am a dancer...so that keeps me fit!

    Nutrition is really important! Proteins are crucial to keep your muscles fit and strong:) I believe yuo should listen to your body and eat what it asks for...just don;t got to any fastfood restaurants etc:)Fruits and vegetables are most important! :D

    Sex is very good to keep in shape:p So hit it off!
     
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    1. Eat correctly, as little sugar and flour as possible
    2. Follow a regimen of lifting weights 3 times a week (T,Th,and Sat)
    3. Run 3 miles 3 days a week (M,W,F), this is down from 6 miles a few
    yrs. ago.
     
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    gym almost everyday
    eat healthy 4-5 times a day
    run, bike, stairmaster etc. 3 times a week for 45min

    i LOVE lifting. seeing your body change is so addicting to me. i dont dread going to the gym one bit
     
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    Surfing, yoga, sex.
     
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    Alternate swim and gym days and take one day off each week. Eat more vegetables, less bread. Cook with oils low in saturated fat. Do some research on healthy eating habits. Bicycling is a healthy way of transportation. Oh, and the jogging is great, too. Frisbee throwing is fun and takes alot of running to catch of retrieve wild throws. Hiking, surfing, skiing, canoing, martial arts, dancing, anything that keeps you moving is a good way to stay fit. Stretching regularly should help prevent injuries, but you probably know that.
     
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    Eat healthy, do some sort of physical activity every day and enjoy life. Sometimes the more we stress about something, all that negative stuff gets in the way and becomes counterproductive. Try various things out that people have posted here and see what works for you. Best of luck!
     
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    I used to lift weights like a maniac -- now, I prefer yoga. It's all about the balance of the mind, body and spirit.

    Exercise is important but, for me, it's so much more about nutrition.

    I wish someone told me this when I was your age. I wouldn't have wasted so much money on whey protein shakes...
     
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