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amychaos
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I'm planning to start going jogging each morning during the summer holidays, and change my diet slightly, cutting out some junk food, drinking more water, etc...

I dont want to be size 0 or anything, i just want to be toned up. [Smile]

Is this the right way to do it?

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Horizon
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Diet and exercise are the way to go. [Smile]

Of course, I'm sure you know that means in moderation: there's no need for any excessive or prolonged exercise/running sessions, (even just a half hour every day or every few days is good), and likewise, you needn't cut out every little source of sugar or fat. And drinking plenty of water has all kinds of benefits for you.

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