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Daily exercise in schools should be compulsory.

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Started: 11/29/2014 Category: Education
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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DebatingTrophyMaster

Con

Definitions:

Exercise: activity requiring physical effort, carried out to sustain or improve health and fitness.
Compulsory: required
Schools: an institution for educating children.

1st round acceptance + definition only, 5th round conclusion & rebuttals only.

Good luck!
Debate Round No. 1
DebatingTrophyMaster

Con

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DebatingXtreme

Pro

Daily exercise is not only extremely tiring who students who are not physically fit, which makes up a lot of the population, but also very frustrating for those always tiring out and getting embarrassed. Imagine this case scenario: a student's morning is exercise, but he cannot do it up to standard. Then all the kids laugh at him - and he gets even more demotivated - and to a certain extent - bullying increases. This is looped again and again for those not of the best physical standard - creating a demotivated, and bored group of students. And whats worse, that's hard to reverse. Who wants that?
Debate Round No. 2
DebatingTrophyMaster

Con

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Debate Round No. 3
DebatingTrophyMaster

Con

Exercise is can be tiring for those who are fit or not physically fit. Experts say that one should exercise at least 30 minutes a day nearly equivalent to one high school period. You all know how long and boring a high school period is. Exercising for more than 30 minutes will get back at you. back pains, burning legs, aching hands, bruised and blistered. This is surely last the whole day. Exercise being compulsory at school is just a waste of energy and time. Sure it might not be tiring for some people but for others it might be. So thats why exercise at school should be optional and not a compulsory thing for all students to do.
DebatingXtreme

Pro

However, excerise, of course, is very helpful to the body. Even though exercise may be unfit to some, a bit everyday will not harm at all! It will improve performances later in the day, cut fat, calories, improve sleeping, etc. Exercise doesn't have to be stressful
Debate Round No. 4
DebatingTrophyMaster

Con

DebatingTrophyMaster forfeited this round.
DebatingXtreme

Pro

Excerise, as explaned, has many, many benefits, including the above mentioned. Since experts say exercise should be 30+ minutes, they obviously have evidence to back that up, so it won't cause annoyance! Even if it does cause minor problems, + outweights -.
Debate Round No. 5
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Posted by Blade-of-Truth 2 years ago
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Posted by DebatingTrophyMaster 2 years ago
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Vote Placed by lannan13 2 years ago
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