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I have to pass my fitness test of 2mile run, sit ups and pushups in 16days. I also have to lose 15lbs before the same day. How can I lose the weight and still be able to pass? All the weight loss is said to be bad for you and make the body weak. Is this scenario possible? I dont know what Ill do if it isnt, I cant fail.
So I have a troop who is probably going to get booted from active duty for failing his fit test repeatedly. He has gone to the required classes and attended the fitness program as instructed but he just can’t pass the test. If he gets the boot will it be an honorable discharge?
Husband And I Are About Three Months From Trying To Start A Family. Any Tips, Suggestions, Etc. For Right Now?
Yes, I have heard all the “practise for 6 hours each day of your life, if you take a day out you’ll notice soon enough”s, as well as various “don’t forget to stop playing for 1-2 days a week / take a week off once and then”s (from highly capable professionals) – while obviously it’s “individual for everyong” at the end of the day, it would be great to have at least some degree of clarity on this issue.
Can there be any actual downsides to *not* taking breaks of this sort (i.e. by overcharging the brain, hindering it from processing the learned information, or conditioning oneself to depend on regular practice [I think it was "Online-Chang" from pianofundamentals.com who says regular warm-ups before each practise session would make one depend on warming up each time - I never warm up, and it does seem to "work"]), or is there no concrete benefit from them? Asking the pros here, what is your experience/knowledge on this issue?
Because if there isn’t, such notions can obviously very quickly become excuses for being a slacker.
Also, while my question is primarily aimed at longer breaks (i.e. day-long, or occasionally week-long), what is the general consensus on 1) practising for 4 hours without a break 2) constantly taking short breaks?
Finally, what are your experiences with the effects of nutrition, sports and sun/fresh air specifically on your musical capabilities (including mental capability, focus, learning ability, physical performance, memory etc.)?
I’m not asking about these factors’ obvious effects on health, obviously
Even though I have a slim body, I tend to store some fat on my flanks and legs. I do sport, and I eat properly, but yet I can’t do away with that fat there.
I was wondering whether eliminating (as much as possible) fat from my diet would help me in getting rid of that permanent layer of fat, i.e. does the body still keeps fat on finding some way to produce it, even though he receives indifferent amounts of it?