Time for You to Speak Up!
7 Topics For Fitness Debate: Time for You to Voice Your Opinion.
How do you feel about the use of drugs? Do you think it’s OK or not? What are your thoughts on the topic?
If you were a politician, what would your first priority be if elected? Who would you appoint as your top advisors and why? Why did they get appointed in particular order?
What is your opinion on the current state of running shoes? Are they necessary or unnecessary? What are your opinions on the topic?
When was the last time you exercised regularly and how did you feel afterwards? Did you have any problems with injury or discomfort after exercising regularly before then? If yes, what happened and when did it happen? Was there anything else that could have been done to prevent such problem from happening in the future?
What is your opinion on the use of supplements? Do you believe that they’re useful or useless? Is there something that you’ve used them for and found them helpful or harmful in some way?
6) Which sports do you participate in regularly and which ones do you avoid due to poor performance/injuries/etc.? (
If any) And why? What is your reason for avoiding certain sports? Is there anything that can be done to make the activity safer for you?
What is your opinion on the use of social media for fitness related topics? Do you like them or not? Are there any other websites which you prefer more over them? Why do you find those sites to be better than their competitors?
The use of supplements has been a topic of much debate for decades now.
Do these products actually do anything or are they just a waste of money?
What do you think?
Tell us in the comments section below.
Exercise and fitness are very important to one’s health.
But how can you stay motivated and not get discouraged with your physical condition?
What is your advice to others on the topic?
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