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When I was young to me, it was when I'd gone a while without having to take any medication at all. Now as an adult it's now managing all my conditions with medicines if needs must and feeling the best i can be living with them, and keeping stress to a minimum in my life. What about you?
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Exercise regularly (especially running :ahee:), and eat healthily.
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being able to do 10+ pullups :smug:
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(Original post by claireestelle)
When I was young to me, it was when I'd gone a while without having to take any medication at all. Now as an adult it's now managing all my conditions with medicines if needs must and feeling the best i can be living with them, and keeping stress to a minimum in my life. What about you?
Being healthy means two things:

1) being free of any diseases/illness

2) regular excercise and eating well
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When I can deadlift 4 plate.
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All clear from the GP.
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(Original post by ALYAMAANI)
Being healthy means two things:

1) being free of any diseases/illness

2) regular excercise and eating well
I'd agree on the regular exercise and eating well, but with being free of illness and disease, there are so many people with long term conditions, some preventable, some not it's difficult to be free of anything for life. For example, my asthma and hayfever can't be cured, but most of the time with treatment it's like i dont have them at all.
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(Original post by coupdetat_)
being able to do 10+ pullups :smug:
Ah, i can do 1, does that count?
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Ah, i can do 1, does that count?
1 including the jump you do at the start? :teehee:
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Exercise regularly (especially running :ahee:), and eat healthily.
I'm not much of a runner, but can't disagree that it's really good for you.
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Go for a walk whenever possible and try to avoid junk food

That is what Healthy means to me
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(Original post by coupdetat_)
1 including the jump you do at the start? :teehee:
not including the jump:P Lifting my own body weight is quite the struggle.
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Being free of disease, rarely ever having to go to the doctors, having a relatively low risk of major conditions like heart disease as well as reasonable fitness levels regarding strength, endurance, speed, flexibility etc.
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(Original post by claireestelle)
not including the jump:P Lifting my own body weight is quite the struggle.
To be fair that requirement was for males. You're good
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Go for a walk whenever possible and try to avoid junk food

That is what Healthy means to me
I think walking is great for the mind and body, it usually helps me destress after work.
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(Original post by claireestelle)
I'm not much of a runner, but can't disagree that it's really good for you.
It's so fun though once you get used to it :emo:
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(Original post by coupdetat_)
To be fair that requirement was for males. You're good
thank you:P the majority of my female friends are stronger than me, although one can deadlift 110kg supposedly so probably not a fair comparison :P
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Running a mile in under 7 minutes and also at least 40 push ups.
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(Original post by claireestelle)
I think walking is great for the mind and body, it usually helps me destress after work.
Precisely! Gym seems a bit robotic if it makes sense?

I prefer connecting to the nature and breathing fresh air
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It's so fun though once you get used to it :emo:
it's something i've been meaning to try for months, never feel like i have the time and although i know it would help my lung capacity i dont want to push myself too far with my asthma.
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