Posts Tagged ‘Make’
How can i use my qualifications in fitness to make a difference in the world? I don’t want to just be another metro based personal trainer, i want to go places, help and teach the less fortunate, people in third world countries maybe..how can i do this?
I also have knowledge of nutrition and rehabilitation.
You are a 12 year old who weighs 170 pounds (female) or 190 pounds (male) and have one younger sibling, age 10. You have recently been diagnosed with Type II diabetes which is regulated with medication. You are currently inactive, but must lose 45 pounds (female) or 55 pounds (male). You have a BMI of 32.
You know that your school does not provide many healthy lunchroom options, but love school lunch. You mom works from 6:00 AM – 3:00 PM and cannot pack your lunch. By the time you wake up and get yourself ready for school, it is time for you to walk to the bus stop. You attend school from 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Develop a daily menu for one week for each scenario. Be sure to consider the lifestyle described in the scenario when designing meals.
-Use the food pyramid to nutritionally balance the menu
-Set maximum amounts for daily calories consumed and grams of fat consumed
-Include between meal snacks
Design a one week exercise program for each scenario. Remember to consider the time you have and resources it will require. Your workout plan should include the following:
How Hard Can Bones? Exercise And Supplements Can Make It Harder/stronger But What Is It’s Maximum Hardness?
As we know, if you were breastfed to the right and age and have drunk 2 glasses of milk ever since you were capable of holding a glass when you were a child and until you grew up now, you’d bones would be harder than another person that never drinks milk or even drink calcium supplements. I’m not saying that you’d be like drinking like 20 capsules of calcium supplements every day.
Also, if you do weight-training and exercise, and martial arts, and sports, and have he right calcium diet, that also increases your bones hardness.
But, as amazing as the human body is, how hard can a bone possible get? Could it get to be as hard as cement soon enough if you were properly brought up and had training?
Referring most specifically to Physical Education. No, you don’t have to side with my obvious opinion that they don’t have the right, to get the 10 points. I’m looking for something to back up that they do or don’t have the right.
My opinion is that the district/ state is taking too big of a role in my life by making me exercise. I’d be fine if we learned about different sports, nutrition….. that stuff is useful for later life, but that isn’t what you learn in PE, you learn that in some Health class. What give states the right to take that big of a role in my life (making sure I’m healthy?
(No, I’m not overweight or out of shape… I play raquetball and hike 16 miles each saturday up a mountain).
This is just a general question. I would like to know if a woman took some sort of hormone supplement of estrogen, would she attitude and personality become more feminine? Is the same true for males? If males took testosterone pills would he in return become more masculine? Would he enjoy sports more, you know the male thing? Would this have any affect on organs, like heart, lung or brain? Would this increase their sexual arousal? I think you’ll get the drift.
I am currently trying to improve my fitness for rowing and i was wondering what sorts of scores/weights do Proffessionals get for these activites
1rm: Bench press
Ergo’s 500, 1k, 2k, 5k and 30 min
Anything else u can think of would be greatly appreciated,
I am SO embaressed about my legs, i feel like there huge. everyone thinks i’m skinny but i disagree so what i think it most important and i think they are huge. I play a lot of sports and stuff but they just cannot shrink? i specifically hate thighs, but the rest is bad to. there not really fat just sort of to bulky/muscly. i’m a vegetarian to so don’t suggest any meat-diets.
and dont say only if u eat ur veggies…And i dont want to get surgeries or shots to get taller, im 5’3/12. Im 14 yrs old, my parents are 5’0 and 5’9. I weight 118 pounds.My cousins are 6 feet tall, and they didn’t even have a lot of good nutrition. But they played lots of sports….and their parents are even shorter than mine.