Just because you're home for the holidays, it doesn't mean you have to spend the whole time watching television or playing video games (although, Kidzworld recommends setting aside plenty of time to do both those things). It's also important that you spend some time exercising, especially since you'll probably be eating a lot of junk food. Check out these ideas for staying in shape over the holidays.
You're never too old to build a snowman and it can be a fun way of keeping active over the holidays. Be creative and dress your snow creature up as your most-hated teacher, and then throw snowballs at it.
Holiday Exercise Tips - Help Out Around the House
Kidzworld hates chores and other mindless tasks as much as you do - but it wouldn't kill you to help your parents with the housework over the holidays (unless helping involves removing asbestos from the ceiling or feeding dangerous snakes - those things could kill you). Doing a few extra chores is a good way to stay in shape and will give you some bargaining power when you ask for a January 1st allowance increase.
Holiday Exercise Tips - Have a Snowball Fight
What's more fun than plastering your friends with snowballs? It's also a great way to work off all those cookies and chocolates you've probably been eating over the holidays. Remember, it's all fun and games until someone loses an eye - so don't pack those snowballs too hard - and no head-shots.
"Whaaaat" wrote:My position is RM and I hav 2 sit quite deep but my starting position is quite high the I move back. The highest I go is about the middle of the pitch :p :p :p
So basically you play more of an attacking right midfield?
That's interesting. I'm guessing you play a 4-2-3-1 ?
I play RM and LM. I'm a Box to box midifielder though. I rarely go through to the middle and I play wide.
"soccasta" wrote:I play GK and I am #1 I can play defense but I have been playing keep 4 a long time and is my teams only keeper so I like to tick in goal who is ur fav pro team
My favorite team is Manchester United.