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Staying Fit As a Student

Updated: Dec 19, 2021

Have you ever struggled with staying fit as a student? It can be hard to stay in shape and maintain a proper diet, especially when most of your days are filled with school work. Remember that you can’t focus on studying if you don’t follow a healthy routine and take care of yourself. Here are some tips on how to stay healthy as a busy pupil!

Let’s start with physical exercises. Maintaining a routine is important, therefore it is recommended to have daily workout sessions. Exercise makes your body and brain healthy. It improves not only your memory, but also your mood. As a student who has to deal with daily school tasks, you may not have time to swing by the gym, but you can always exercise at home! One simple Google or YouTube search and you’ll have thousands of videos to help you with your workout. Additionally, practicing a sport in your free time can be very beneficial for your physical health, and it’s also a fun activity. You have plenty of options to choose from such as basketball, volleyball, football etc.

Second of all, when it comes to food, you should try to cook your own meals, as opposed to eating out. Doing this will help you eat healthier and spend less money. For example, you could plan your meals and have a weekly grocery trip for the food items you need. Make sure to stick to your grocery list! It’s also important to keep a balanced diet, which should be rich in whole grains, fruits, vegetables, low-fat milk products, beans, eggs, fish, nuts, and lean meats.

On top of that, having a good sleeping schedule is crucial. That means no screen time before bed and about seven to nine hours of sleep. Students often disregard that without realizing how damaging it can be to their health!

In order to stay fit and healthy as a student, balance is key. As hard as it can get sometimes, you should always prioritize your mental and physical wellbeing over school or you’ll find yourself not being able to concentrate on your tasks properly. Remember: you and your body’s needs come first!


Colegiul Național „Ion Creangă”, București

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