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Summer is a time of freedom a time to do what makes you happy without having to worry about school Every summer I have the same recurring problem how my time is spent I am always torn between video games or physical activity because I love them both Sadly when I pick one I never have time for the other because I devote so much time to my choice This past summer I spent all of my time playing video games while in previous summers I always stay physically active whether Im skateboarding or just playing a game of catch with my friends I have noticed the relationship between these two activities I recieve some consequences and benefits from video games that differ from the ones I receive when being physically active The main differences and similarities from both activities are the effects they have on my body how I feel about myself and the amount of fun I have while doing themMy biggest concern is the effect these two activities have on my body Now dont get me wrong video games do actually have many medical benefits for the body but they are known to have some negative outcomes as well Meanwhile being active does have some negative effects but the positive ones far out weigh them After every school year ends I would be in pretty good shape due to the spring track season Therefore it is always so hard for me to let all that hard work just fade away because of my laziness Unfortunately after my senior year of high school I stayed indoors and played video games all summer long This had many effects on my body The clearest effect it had was on my knees After hiding away in what my parents like to call the bat cave I noticed a pain had developed in my knees I can most accurately describe this pain
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