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Dorm Fit: Links to Help you Work Out & Get Healthy

May 12th, 2011 admin

Losing momentum (or have yet to find any at all) in your fitness routine? This link roundup is targeted at helping you get more out of your get-healthy goals this year!

We Can Work It Out

Looking for some easy exercise routines you can do quickly and in your teeny tiny dorm room? Give one (or all) of these a try:

Just Eat It?

Exercise is only half the battle, though, isn’t it? Food is the other half, and you need to make sure it works for you, not against you!

Don’t Be Trendy

Diets are tempting, but usually not sustainable. (Who wants to give up carbs for the rest of their life? Yeah right, Atkins.) The best way to get–and stay–healthy is to follow the regular old guidelines you’ve been learning about all along: eat a balanced, healthy diet, don’t skip meals, exercise, and get a lot of rest!

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  • 1. Nick  |  May 16th, 2011 at 8:29 am

    Staying healthy in college in huge! As a current junior I know how hard it is to eat the right things and have a balanced meal every day. Depending on your school and the local prices it may be hard to find healthy and nutrient rich foods,because unfortunately most mass produced foods are unhealthy and fried. Yes they taste delicious, but are not helping your body stay healthy. As a lot of people find out, the freshman 15 is no joke and can definitely take people by surprise after a year of dorm food, late nights, skipped breakfasts and meals, and of course partying and consuming beer and everything else that comes along going to a fraternity party. Stay on top of what you eat and try to always consume a few cups/ bottles of water everyday to help you stay hydrated and wash out the toxins from your body. Even walking to class will help you boost your metabolism and burn a few extra calories.

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