Which that said, my estimate is that 35% of these young women are overweight or obese. This is consistent with the national trend.
One of the players had a very obvious “spare tire” that was visually obvious with every swing. The gravity if this adipose tissue flung forward with the twist of her swing. With each peak, I thought to myself, “this poor kid will be diabetic by age 30 if nothing is done.”
Surrounded by fast-food advertisements, junk snacks, and sugar charged drinks, this teenage generation is doomed. It has been stated repeatedly this this generation-our children-will not live as long as their parents.
So what to do? An action plan? Start with the following:
A. Look at your kids weight: take action if your child is overweight
B. Thin out you food closets of processes foods.
C. Learn to cook and feed your family real good
D. Teach your kids
This weekend I am attending a girls high school golf tournament. The girls participating are generally 15 to 17 years old. With the players dressed in skirts, shorts, and golf shirts, you can get a sense of their underlying physique.
the merits of regular, vigorous exercise.