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How can I work this into my schedule?

How can I work this into my schedule? Topic: Homework time schedule
June 19, 2019 / By Jake
Question: I want to workout for like atleast 30 minutes a day, but have like no time to... help anyone? Here is my schedule: wake up: 6:40 brush teeth/shower/dress/get ready/pray: 6:40-7:30 breakfast:7:30-7:48 leave for school: 7:51 school:7:51-3:30 Monday-Thursday, I have different classes to go to, and everyday, I don't get home 'til about 6:45ish dinner:6:50-7:30 homework: 7:30-8:00 (sometimes later than that) practice piano: 8:00-8:45 (sometimes 9:00) watch tv: 9:00-9:45ish go to bed: 10:00 I could wake up earlier in the morning, but I need 8-9 hours of sleep (the more, the better, since i'm 14) I could workout while watching tv, but I get cramps within 2-3 minutes, because my dinner isn't digested yet. I guess I could skip watching tv, and go to bed earlier, and wake up earlier and go out for a walk in the morning, but then I am like addicted to the tv, i can't skip tv...and it's also really hard for me to wake up in the morning... any tips on waking up early also???
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Fonzie Fonzie | 5 days ago
Well, if you wanted: Just skip watching t.v and workout within the time. If you are actually "addicted" to the t.v you could just make the time shorter and only watch t.v for like 10-15 minutes. Hope this helped or gave some ideas! :) Also, let me know when you figure out a schedule for yourself. Or you could just workout on the weekends (easier and you can get more time).
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Fonzie Originally Answered: How can I work this into my schedule?
Well, if you wanted: Just skip watching t.v and workout within the time. If you are actually "addicted" to the t.v you could just make the time shorter and only watch t.v for like 10-15 minutes. Hope this helped or gave some ideas! :) Also, let me know when you figure out a schedule for yourself. Or you could just workout on the weekends (easier and you can get more time).
Fonzie Originally Answered: How can I work this into my schedule?
Well I came up with this Maybe split T.V in half a little Eat dinner a little fast And do a little homework while on the bus, or eating breakfast If you take 10 minutes off from each I listed above, you get 30 minutes to workout (Great for you for praying, and wanting to work out) Well that is what I got

Davey Davey
Well I came up with this Maybe split T.V in half a little Eat dinner a little fast And do a little homework while on the bus, or eating breakfast If you take 10 minutes off from each I listed above, you get 30 minutes to workout (Great for you for praying, and wanting to work out) Well that is what I got
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Ballinderry Ballinderry
save the hardcore working out for the weekends. workout for 1 hour on saturday and 1 hour on sunday and go like really hardcore. Then during the week, fit it in in small ways. Exercise is cumulative.. every little bit adds up and counts. so like, do squats while your brushing your teeth, do crunches during the commercial breaks while youre watching tv.. stuff like that. Do 10 quick pushups when you get out of bed in the morning. Itll get everything flowing and help you wake up too.
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Ballinderry Originally Answered: What do you think a good after-school schedule for me should be?
7 am-wake up, eat breakfast, bathe, brush teeth. 8 am-go to school 4 pm-get home 410 pm-go outside, play guitar, draw, read, write, invite friends over. 5 pm-do your homework 6 pm-dinner 7 pm-finish homework, or do the things that you started after school. now you have all night to get things done, and you even got a break after school. going outside and playing the guitar are great ways of entertainment and are much more productive then going online.

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