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Doctor insights on: Best Workout Plan For Teenagers

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Whats a good plan to lose weight for preteens?

Whats a good plan to lose weight for preteens?

Play more outside: A good place to start is to consult with her doctor. The doctor can identify healthy goals for weight-loss, provide support, and monitor progress. It can help if the whole family joins a weight-loss plan, which is really a healthy lifestyle plan regardless of weight. Increasing active playing and limiting time with social and sedentary entertainment media can help. Kids feel better moving more. ...Read more

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What is a good diet plan for teen boys wanting to lose weight?

What is a good diet plan for teen boys wanting to lose weight?

Eat low calorie food: Helpful weight loss foods are natural foods that take time to chew but contain few calories. Examples include carrots, celery, and leafy lettuce (without salad dressing). When shopping for fruits, buy small ones no bigger than a tennis ball, because fruits contain natural sugar. Drinks without calories include water and green tea. If one craves candy, he can chew sugarless gum. ...Read more

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What's a good diet plan for the average teenager?

What's a good diet plan for the average teenager?

Variety and balance: Include 1/4 as protein, 1/4 as carbohydrates, 1/4 as fruits, and 1/4 of the plate as vegetables. Eat. from each of the food groups, include whole grains, legumes, beans, chicken, meat, fish, dairy, eggs, etc. Try to stay away from fried foods, fatty foods, Try to avoid sugar drinks, and highly processed foods as they are lower in nutrients than fresh fruits and vegetables ...Read more

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What is the best dieting plan to lose fat for a man while training?

What is the best dieting plan to lose fat for a man while training?

See details: Limit carbohydrate and high protein intake, eat fish, poultry and vegetables. No sodas of any kind. No snacking. Above all, control portion size. ...Read more

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What's the best workout plan for someone uncoordinated?

What's the best workout plan for someone uncoordinated?

Exercise: As a start, try exercises that really don't require coordination such as a stationary bike or elliptical machine. Also, instead of free weights, try resistance training with machine weights. Consider hiring a trainer as well. As you exercise, your coordination may improve and then you can add different routines. ...Read more

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What is the best workout routine for women who go to the gym?

What is the best workout routine for women who go to the gym?

Consider working: with a personal trainer to learn the best cardio & strength training regimen for you. ...Read more

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Best thing for a teen boy to eat before and after a non equipment home workout?

Best thing for a teen boy to eat before and after a non equipment home workout?

Certainly: you need adequate protein intake to have muscle building. Frankly, I find I cannot work out very well on a full stomach though. I tend to eat a moderate meal 2 hrs before work out; basically a pretty standard 3 meal a day and have the exercise at times when not overly full. ...Read more

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What are good workout and meal plan tips for a 15 year old?

What are good workout and meal plan tips for a 15 year old?

Depends: Glad to hear you are working with your teen! Workout and meal planning depends on what the starting point is. You would want to start with a lighter exercise program if your teen is not used to exercise. Whatever you choose try to keep all in the family involved with meal planning and family exercise time. I like this site as a good starting point: http://kidshealth.org/teen/ ...Read more

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Anyone know what is a sensible workout and diet plan for someone who goes to the gym?

Anyone know what is a sensible workout and diet plan for someone who goes to the gym?

Diet recommends: 1/4 plate as protein, 1/4 plate as complex carbohydrates ( whole grains for example), 1/4 plate as vegetables, and 1/4 plate as fruit. Vary the complex carbohydrates to include legumes, potatoes, yams, and vary the vegetables in color. Aim for lean proteins- 3 ounces a serving of meat, chicken, fish. Try fresh fruits and vegetables, try to avoid fried foods and processed foods. ...Read more

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Does anyone know of a good diet and exercise plan for younger kids?

Does anyone know of a good diet and exercise plan for younger kids?

Many fun choices: To get enough exercise daily a child might need to be introduced to multiple activities, and parents should visit several sites. The aap, cdc http://www.Cdc.Gov/physicalactivity/everyone/guidelines/children.Html and american college of sports medicine have sites of credible information on fitness, exercise, sports. For diet, school food plans http://www.Cdc.Gov/healthyyouth/nutrition/facts.Htm. ...Read more

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Opinions on what's a good meal and exercise plan for a teenager?

Opinions on what's a good meal and exercise plan for a teenager?

Healthy food: Fruits, vegetables, high fiber diet. Exercise 4-5 times a week at least 30 mins daily. ...Read more

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Please describe a good diet and exercise plan for a teenage girl?

Please describe a good diet and exercise plan for a teenage girl?

One that: You can stay on for the rest of your life, enjoy, provide all your necessary nutrition and exercise, and not become overweight. It varies from one person to the next. ...Read more

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Help please? What is a good workout program for my goals?

You didn't tell: Us what your goals are. Consider providing clarification and re-ask. ...Read more

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What is a good healthy eating plan for teenagers who are hungry all the time?

What is a good healthy eating plan for teenagers who are hungry all the time?

Fruits, veggies...: Fruits, vegetables, whole grains. Not sugary foods, sodas, fatty snacks. And teach them to eat at designated times - like small portions 4-6 times per day. Being hungry all the time is a cop out for the teenagers - that's a bad habit that won't serve them when they get a little older. ...Read more

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What would be a great fitness/diet plan for obese women?

What works for you: The best plan is the one that you will stick to. It could be walking, low impact aerobics. Start slow, may be 10-15 minute intervals as tolerated and increase slowly. The best plan is the one that fits your lifestyle, you enjoy doing and are motivated to continue doing and gets you results. Aim for activity most days of the week, but start at least three days of the week. ...Read more

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What would be a good workout plan for a 16 years old boy to gain strength?

What would be a good workout plan for a 16 years old boy to gain strength?

Consult with peds: I would first consult with your pediatrician about the child's growth curve and consider nutrititional consultation. I would be less concerned with strength training than fitness training. ...Read more

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Please describe a good diet plan and gym plan to lose weight and gain muscle?

Please describe a good diet plan and gym plan to lose weight and gain muscle?

Fat vs fit: You may want to gain weight but not fat. Lean body mass can increase with the combination of increase caloric intake and exercise. Resistance training and weights will help you gain mass. ...Read more

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What diet/fitness plan can help me get in shape for a triathlon?

What diet/fitness plan can help me get in shape for a triathlon?

Have A Look: Swimming, cycling and running require their own targeted exercises: endurance, sprint and muscle work. Frequent (5-6x/day) and balanced meals are key with at least 40% protein included in the mix. Many people seriously training for this event hire coaches to customize their training. That said, many beachbody programs address the fundamentals. Also, check this out: http://www.Bodybuilding.Com/fun/. ...Read more

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Please explain which fitness program I should choose for home exercise?

Please explain which fitness program I should choose for home exercise?

No easy answer: This is very much dependent on what your like to do, or are at least willing to tolerate, "exercise wise" and any physical or medical limitations that you might have and what your time schedule and access to "equipment" allows. The generic answer, is choose the program you are most likely to stick with in the long run: consistency is most important. ...Read more