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I got sick for weeks this month and I keep getting sick. I know how you feel it's hard to bounce back. I am losing energy too. I just try to do little workouts with small (like two or three pound) weights. Make sure you hydrate and eat a small snack before. Don't eat a meal before this it feels terrible if you do. It wastes a lot of your energy. If you do eat diner or drink a lot of water before wait a little bit before you work out. Try to start a simple routine like some cardio or dance. (Or even better, both.) I recommend asking your parents about what you should do about gaining back strength. I think there are foods and/or vitamins you can take for that.
by canton2001 on 12/20/2012 9:28:34 PM
Hey wishuponastar97, you guys could practice in your schools gym or in someone's basement. Just think of an indoor area that has lots of space. Is there a recreational center in your neighborhood? Hope this helps! Xoxo
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I really want to be a cheerleader next year to stay fit. ive never been a cheerleader before, so i dont even know how to do a roundoff. i plan on sometime inviteing a few cheerleaders over so they can teach me stuff ill need to know for tryouts, but only 1 prob. its really wet and cold outside. how do i get ready for tryouts that happen in March when i cant go outside and practice? i only have 1 month left! pleaase help me! Lynae P.
by wishuponastar97 on 1/27/2012 6:10:02 PM
I have a problem with getting sick a lot & when i do i dont work out or eat very heathy things. I've gained some weight (2 much & way more than usual/normal) and lost a lot some strength/muscle since iv been sick (it didnt help that it was during x-mas break either). i try but i cant seem to get back to the way i was b4 and i really need/want to.
plz help <3 -Noelle
by FNoelle on 1/4/2012 10:34:07 PM
Any questions about how to feel or do better in your favorite sport or why something unexplained happens whenever you workout? Do you have alot going on and you stress over it too much? Do you put yourself down when life doesn't go the way you want it? Well I'm a varsity cross country, and track runner that is full of randomly helpful facts. Ask advice from me, and I'll point you in the right direction. Just join the club: ActiveTeen101
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by OCcheerbabe on 12/22/2011 7:19:53 PM
i LOVE this workouts but someof them are kinda hard to do were i live almost all winter there is snow on the ground and when teh snow melts there is ice, so i cant run up my drive way are jump rope
by ggband11 on 12/21/2011 8:18:47 PM
Acid reflux is only a problem for adults.
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