What advice would you give a woman who is trying to lose the fat from her thighs?

2. As a child in elementary school, did you ever get a BMI report card? Did that create concern among the students? The parents? Do you think BMI should continue to be used, or are other methods better for determining overall health? 3. What are the most important markers you would consider while assessing overall health of a person? Set B Questions 1. Diet and exercise can change a person from the outside but do little to improve self-esteem and body satisfaction from the inside. What are some things (other than fat loss) that can more effectively help people feel good about their selves? 2. What do you think is the ideal body (and does such a body really exist)? Is it realistic for people to try to look like fashion models? How has this image changed in the past 100 years? 3. Discuss the pros and cons of using a scale, BMI, and body-fat measurements to assess weight. Which is the most useful and least useful in determining overall health? Base on reading: Clark, N. 2008. Sports Nutrition Guidebook, 5th ed. Champagin, IL: Human Kinetics. ISBN-978-1-4504-5993-8

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