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Tips For College Students To Stay In Shape, Healthy And Enjoy College Life

Updated on January 18, 2013

SOME GOOD TIPS FOR STUDENTS STUDYING AT COLLEGES TO STAY IN SHAPE AND GOOD HEALTH.

Anyone who is concerned with teen health, college health and teen fitness, need to look no far than your local gym floor to see why their is such a problem with teens fitness today. Most students, though, gain weight five to seven pounds in the first year of the school and just get worse from their. Starting around college, most metabolism start to slow down, making it easier to gain weight. Before you know it, those high-school jeans could look like they fit on a pixie and then you could be fighting to lose twenty to thirty pounds. The simplest and easiest way to avoid this extra weight is by far is to focus on staying in shape while you're in college. Many students don't even know the most important thing about the importance's of teen health that is drastically affecting their expanding waistline. Even though many students are concerned with teen fitness, they need to alter their workout easier in order to become fit and also to maintain good health. One of the main problems that many college students have with staying in shape is setting their goals. Students either set no goals at all because they feel busy all the time or students set completely unrealistic goals. Most teens unfortunately know nothing about their future goals, teen health and their fitness that is shows in gyms across various regions. As long as that few pounds is just a few, it's going to take your life from you. Keeping up your physique, especially if you were a year round high school athlete when you're thinking about to setting your fitness goals, be strict and specific as you can. Don't think to start next day, you should do that thing today.

HERE ARE SOME GOOD TIPS TO MAINTAIN AND IMPROVE YOUR FITNESS, BODY SHAPE AND HEALTH -


1. HAVE MORE FUN -

Try to have more fun during your college days. Do all good things which you were thinking during school days like joining music classes, dance classes, joining gym for body building, participate in many extra curricular activities. Going out for movies and many more.

2. FRIENDS ARE ALWAYS FIRST -

Make good friends, whether you are in college or some where else, because only friends can understand you properly than your parents. Help your friends whenever they need you. When you'll finish your studies, you'll have nothing except your best and good friends.

3. EAT CORRECT FOOD AT RIGHT TIME -

It's important to maintain a good digestive system of your body. Try to avoid pizzas, cold-drinks and all such stuffs, especially during night time. Eat less and light food during night time to get a proper good sleep, eating heavy food during night time makes you more tired, lazy and results into improper sleep.

4. SAY NO TO STRESS -

Doing yoga is the best way to reduce stress. Try to maintain your things time to time like completing your studies on time, telling lies to your parents and teachers for the things which you don't like to tell or you're afraid of- can cause you stress. Stress is the major problem that affects our whole body, so try not to take any stress.

5. BE CONFIDENT -

Whenever you do anything, whether its participating in competition, playing game or studying, you should do that things with full of confidence without any phobia.

6. VALUE OF MONEY -

Spend your money on valuable things only rather than on unnecessary things because many students don't even think once before buying things like it's importance, it's need, it's value.

7. CONTROL YOUR HABITS -

At this college age, many students get addicted to certain habits like smoking, drinking, taking drugs and all such things. So before it's too late to realize your habit better keep in mind your stuffs which you do.

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      indu 3 years ago

      Helpful! :)

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      Jimmy 5 years ago

      Useful tips for me. Thanks!

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      Relsi 5 years ago

      I was searching something similar and got it here, thanks :)

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      andy 5 years ago

      Thank you for these tips :)

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