Weight Loss is easier for teens!

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In today’s world, people seem too interested in losing weight.  In fact, even teenagers interested on getting fit. They want to know if working out is safe for them, the times they should have a workout in a week, and lose fat.  Well, you’ll be glad to know that a younger a person is the easier it is for them to get fit because they have a faster metabolism.

teens should lose weight
teens should lose weight

How can I lose weight?

Walk, bike, or skate anywhere you can even when you are going to school.  See if you could convince your parent to take you with them on the local gym where they exercise. Check YouTube for some free workouts. If you are the type of teen, who usually hang out in the mall, and then walk around instead of staying in one spot or eating crap at the food court.

Create a new plan where you want to walk, skate or run. If you are bored by walking by yourself, then asked one of your friends or a family members to have a walk outside.   Do those chores that your parent give you like raking leaves or sweeping the driveway because they can actually burn calories while getting you brownie points with your parents. You can also take the leisure of taking the dog for a walk or jog.

Do I need to lose weight?

Though, it may sound dumb it is actually logical.  You need to know if you truly need to lose weight.  Most of the time, teens want to have those six pack abs that they see on those movies.  However, you need to know that a ripped 6 pack doesn’t certainly translate to a healthy body.

An ideal weight depends on your height.  What is even more important to the ideal weight is that you are healthy.  Consult a doctor about your ideal weight.  The scales aren’t that reliable when it comes to telling you how much you’ve gained or lost, so using a scale as your only method of tracking progress isn’t always the best idea. Before deciding on whether to lose weight or not, take some time to research if you’re really overweight or if the media is just making you think you are.

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