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strength How to gain strength fast as an underweight, weak teen quick and efficiently

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I am an around 47kg teen with the BMI of 17. I am not very strong and people often pick on me or act condescending to me because I am not very strong. I am in the lowest class for PE (I don't know what it is like outside the UK). I am a decent runner but I am not particularly good at any sport. I cannot get access to gyms or any fitness equipment like dumbells. What exercises can I do to get stronger, faster and fitter gradually? and how do I improve skills like hand-eye coordination and reaction time?

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There is a great site called freegle, if you look it up in your local area someone might be able to give you something 

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Google 'upper body bodyweight exercises' as well as 'lower body bodyweight exercises' and watch the videos

Choose exercises you like and include all your muscle groups

HTH

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If you're underweight remember to eat lots as well as train. Aim for about 2500 kcals minimum. Enjoy!

Hit reddit and find their bodyweight fitness sub. There's a beginner's routine you can try.

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Hey thanks, I'm trying to improve my diet now, what are some of the best things to eat?

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