Hi. Thanks for the advice. I'm very determined to get back to where I was before, and then even further. When my dad uses the car, I usually try to work out as best I can at home. I have a few weights that I lift at home, and I often run around the block or go out with my bike. (My neighborhood is built on a hill, so biking up the hill provides good exercise) Despite the fact that it's easy to get discouraged with a bunch of stronger guys around me, I try to keep the inferiority complex under control and focus on doing something about it. I stay positive, and I do everything I can to become stronger.
If it's a lesson, it's a rather harsh one, I must say. Especially for someone like me. Growing up with a low metabolism isn't easy. I never ate much as a kid in the first place, and my time being isolated only worsened that problem. So when I finally got a wake-up call in 7th grade, I began working harder to improve myself. Then, I get sick randomly, and most of it goes to waste. For a regular person with a decent metabolism, it would be easier to get back up again.
Still, although I have to put in extra effort, I will achieve my goal eventually.
Thanks for your help.
Maybe I'll try the hoola hooping.