Running, Then Exercising Then Stretching Then Resting

by Julia

I am a teen, yet I can do a lot of running and not get tired. I play basketball, and at the end of two games (that's in my school) I am the only girl who is not tired. Why? I work out, exercise, and run. All the time. That is the key. What I like to do is:

I start of with running. At least 15 minutes or more. I don't allow myself to do less than that.

Next, I do some exercise like some push ups, etc. for about 10 minutes if not more.

Third, I do some stretches to cool myself off. That for about 5 minutes.

Lastly, I get some rest. I sleep and burn calories by doing just that!
Alright that is my favorite routine. XD

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Jul 15, 2010
About the exercise
by: Julia

Thank you Aron(sorry if I spelled your name wrong).
I will make my training harder.I still need to make my schedule,though.And I think that I need to add some more exercises to my work out.So yeah.

Jul 13, 2010
Awesome Workout
by: Aaron McCloud


That's a great one. Straightforward and effective, you can keep making it harder as you get more in-shape. The intense spirit you do it with is the most important part.

Great job,

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