I am a competitive gymnast and i go to practice every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and sometimes Saturday from 5:00pm-9:00pm but Saturdays are from 1:00pm-4:00pm. We run 15 minutes in the beginning of every practice and do a lot of conditioning. But I have been arriving a little late because of school. (its an 1 hr drive from my house to practice) and I am not losing as much weight as i used to. What are some things I could do to lose more weight? And also what are some ideas I could do to gain stamina, besides running?
Thank you for your help!
If your conditioning constantly it may be helping out, but your diet has to change if you want to loose weight, but remember, since you're a gymnast, muscle is gained so much more than fat, and muscle weighs alot more. Eating positively, exercising regularly and effectively managing stress will help improve your stamina
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