Depends on what sort of stress test they are giving you. If you are in good health and have no problems walking, you will probably be on the treadmill. In which case you will just need your sneakers. If you have any heart disease or problems walking they may use the type of test where you lay on the table and they inject drugs to make your body react as though it is under stress such as the treadmill would cause. In this case you do not need anything
1. I spilled some salad oil or chicken grease on my nylon track pants and it left a stain. What gets it out?
Try spraying with a stain remover like SHOUT. Leave for 24 hrs. Launder as usual
2. how to clean my adidas track pants?
you can , let it soak for a few hours and rinse in water that has white vinegar added
3. How can I permanently remove static cling in my track pants?
use a liquid fabric softner like fianl touch or you can get a can of static guard i perfer the final touch
4. What school stuff should I be getting?
Make sure you buy lots of line paper. I am assuming you live in Canada and I think Staples (Or Business Depot) has loads of cheap back to school stuff. -A binder for each class, 1.5 inch each with lots of line paper and grid paper for Geo/Math but still room to fit handouts and photocopies. Get some dividers, too. Folders and duotangs for reports and any scrap paper. Trust me, you will want to be as organized as possible this year. - Everything in your pencil case should be the same as it was in middle school. Pencils, erasers, whiteout, glue stick, etc. Make sure you get a math set (Ruler, protractor, compass, calculator) for this year though. It will come in handy. Bring some decent quality coloured pencils (Prismacolors are my choice) for VA. - I do not know if your middle school made you change for gym, but they will most likely in high school. Bring a change of shoes (If you do not normally wear sneakers), some shorts or track pants and a couple t-shirts. Make sure you bring deodorant. - For your locker you may want to keep a stash of line paper and grid paper so you wo not have to borrow every time you run out. Steer clear of junk in your locker though, you will need room for textbooks and stuff. Have fun at school!
5. srsly what is with English/british people and track pants?
Yeah... what can i say most normal respectable British people only wear jogger bottoms (what you call tracks) if they are well going for a jog or if they are having a lazy day around the house... Those who wear them as a fashion statement/lifestyle are called chavs and they wear them all the time because they just like to live on benefits and laze about the house everyday so it seems like the right thing to wear.
6. which one makes your butt look bigger? track pants or jeans? ?
Girls butts look bigger in skinny jeans or track pants with a tapered leg, any pants with a tapered leg makes your butt look bigger
7. Warm Pants for Working Out or Lounging Around
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