Bench pressing is based entirely on weight, height, and just how strong you are (which by doing workouts will make you stronger). Alot of people are going to throw up junk answers, saying that they can bench like 225 or even into the 300's at 12. Don't listen to them. People also say they bench like 125 to 135, which can be accurate for a 12 year old, but most of them are huge, which again goes back to the weight thing...
A healthy bench press would be to bench your own weight. That is the primary goal. Most 12 year olds can't do that. I'm 12, 5'2, and I weigh in at 85 lbs. I lift six days a week (bench press on 3 days) mostly because I'm a wrestler. I max out 95-100 but I can throw up 95 a good 2, maybe 3 times. I struggle alot with 100 though. Most of my friends can only get 60, maybe 65. I'd say of my usual group of friends, the only other guy benching near me, is my friend who maxes out at 85 or 90. Only he really works out though. He weighs 105. So I'd say I'm an above average lifter just because I can get 10-15 pounds up from my weight. An average 12 year old probably won't bench his weight from the get go, it'll take some working out, but if I had to guess an average, I'd say that 70-80 should be for those who weigh under a 100. Just my opinion though
A healthy family will have healthy relationships, probably including communication, discussion rather than arguments, and good conflict resolution. These are all helpful for mental health.
Poor family relationships can contribute to mental disorders or make them worse when they already exist. This is one reason why family therapy (which includes education about the disorders, training on how to better communicate, empathy training, and so on) is so important in some disorders.
if it helps you, i would say 40-50 lbs. this is coming from a father of three.
Health education throughout history had a very close relationship with the sciences. As our knowledge of the sciences improved so did our health education such as education on hygiene and diets. Exercise is also a key component of health education and was it's primary focus for centuries until we learned the value of hygiene and balanced diets.
there's no chores that only 12 year old do talk to your mom or dad or both and decide what jobs they need help with
here's some ideas
.clean the living room or family room once each week
vacuum or sweep (which should be done more the once a week)
.empty and load dish washer or wash by hand
. do laundry (at less yours)
. clean bath rooms believe me not fun at less till you get payed
. clean cat litter or dog droppings
.if you have a pool do the chemicals test at the beginning or each day
.rack the leaves
hope this helps and gets you some money
i do 4 of this and get 10 dollars a week
and am not 11 am 12 but i just turned 12 so i think i can still answers the question my chores didn't change when i turned 12
Well, GOOD health is important, not "health". So to answer it from that point of view, good health is important because without it you will die.
Not everyone agrees on the best time for a 12-year-old to go to bed. Here are some opinions:
I know a 10 year old that is 5 foot 2 and is as tall as their family members
You can consult your doctor, or calculate your body mass index (bmi.) Just google that.
A simple, but effective measure to see what is a good weight according to height is" 100 lbs for 5 ft, then add five pounds for every inch so at 5'6" 130 is an ideal weight, plus or minus about five pounds depending on body frame
75-85 on average
It could be. A baby's digestive system might not be able to handle the bacteria. Talk to your doctor.
Trick or Treating children have always been given a treat of some sort (in the late 1800's, they were given turnips of all things), but candy has grown in popularity due to it's love by children and adults alike.
Uhh...Why are you giving your baby beer??
If you are, it kills brain cells and can damage the brain. Ok, stop giving the baby beer. stupid idea.
Don't let them drink it. Chances are, a little won't hurt them, but its not a good habit to deveplop. Especially, if there are alot of chemicals in it.
It idicates inflamation or infection.
Children should drink between 6-8 glasses a day.
The standard recommendation of water intake for children is at least 6-8 glasses (1.5 - 2 liters) a day, drunk regularly throughout the day (at least 3-4 glasses while at school) ensuring that plenty of additional fluid is drunk during warm weather and/or when exercising.
For teenage boys aged 14 over who require a higher average fluid intake of 2.6 liters (about 11 large glasses).
Adults should drink half of their body weight in ounces if they only exercise about 20 minutes a day, and it is not extremely hot weather. It might be the same for children. For example if a person weighs 130 pounds they should drink at least 65 ounces of water a day.
Not being a doctor, or nutritionist, this will be a lay answer to be replaced or improved when an expert comes along. "...don't eat all day..." implies not eating since waking up and rising. At that point, your blood sugar level in your bloodstream is at its lowest, normally refered [I think] to as "fasting level." If one does not have any food material introduced to the system via eating, digestion, and absorbtion, then body will begin to take its energy supply from itself. If there is body fat, I think it will be utilized first, and assuming the total absense of fat, then the protein of the muscles will be utilized..j3h.
yes hemophilia can be detected before birth
it depends. it can leak/break/open and can possibly ruin papers, etc but the custodians would clean it up and plus the teacher should trust the students more.. or it can make students stay in class more because they can't say they want to get a drink. your choice. Or if the students throw empty water bottles in the hallways. Well some schools are a green school so they should have a contest from which class should recycle the more water bottles and so they can put the water bottles and save trees. Or what if the students put nasty chemicals in the substance. We should only be aloud a clear contanor with only water so if the teacher sees the botttle she will know its not water. =]
(although they may have to use the restroom!)
Some positives is that the schools water may be nasty or its on the other side of the school. Water bottles would be helpful or what if students for get a doctors note when the have a soar throat.
Teachers coudl also have indevisial water botles for students so they don't miss any class if they are thirsty. It is also heatheyer if students have there own water bottles instead of drinkign from water fountians. Water fountains carry germs that causes diseases to spread. So its definite that water bottles should be allowed in class.
6 inches crown to rump 10 inches if streched head to toe
Yo dude. Why would you wan't to know that. To me, it's pointless. But, from an educated guess, I would say that roosters do carry disease. I mean like, what type of animal wouldn't carry a disease. If it's sick or acting weird, it has a disease. Isn't it so obvious. I can't believe that you would be dumb enough to ask that. I am a genious amd I'm so awesome. Ha! In your face, LOSER!
Stainless steel, yes ... aluminum okay ... but raw unrefined metal, I would rather doubt it.
The can of coke will stay colder for about 15-20 minutes longer than a bottle, but if you want the can to stay cooler for about 24 hours here's a nice trick. Buy one of those machines that are designed to shake up thick-shakes, place the can of coke inside, shake for 20 mins, take it out and apply directly to the forehead and open it up for a nice cool refreshing drink.
As gross as it sounds, it's basically a yeast infection of the mouth.
Can happen when you are on antibiotics, have a dirty mouth, or have HIV/AIDS.