Teens Get Healthy (and how they did it!)

‘I like to shoot baskets and climb trees. Growing up I never got to do that’

Mason Hicks, 17


up and have four bowls of sugary cereal,” he says. By his sophomore year he was 6 ft. tall and 350 lbs. “I never felt good about myself,” he says. “I accepted I would be big my entire life.” A kind word from the right person changed his perspective. “I told my football coach that my knees were hurting, and he said it might be because of my

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