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    by my side there still nervous giggling, a few what-the-hell-am-I-doing looks, and a shared determination. A couple familiar faces meandered around what I call the “boy side” of the gym. The loud clanks of metal against the rubber mats rang through the thick, sweaty air. Electronic…

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    before and I had no idea what to expect. When I got to the gym after school there were so many girls in the gym that I was in such shock I almost just walked out. Almost all of my friend were there which made it a little better because I at least had some people to talk to. After the coaches had told us all what we were doing for the first day we went and changed our clothes and put our knee pads and shoes on and all ran back out into the gym.…

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    look in the mirror. What do you see? For most people that decide to go to the gym, it is the unwanted physique that they see in the reflection or the motivation to get “back into shape.” The term, to get into shape, may depend on the person and the goals they want to set, but one thing is for sure--aesthetic appearance and strength are usually the reasons to go to the gym according to Quenqua (5). Now you walk into the gym, to your left is a class being taught and to your right is the equipment.…

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    Freak The Mighty Book and Movie Comparison When famous books are turned into movies, many things are changed: characters, settings, and plot. Freak The Mighty is no exception. There were many things changed in Freak The Mighty. But, there were things that stayed the same as well. Here are some differences and similarities in between the book of Freak the Mighty and the movie of The Mighty. Things are changed from books to movies because they must fit the entire book into two hours or less. So,…

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    Some people are born with abnormalities of their valves, may even be born with a murmur; those people are likely to need surveillance through their lives because those valves can deteriorate. Other people can acquire minor valve abnormalities, one instance would be due to endocarditis, and those people need ongoing surveillance during their lives. So those are givens, they should be following regular medical surveillance with their doctor and paying attention to their body. How do we address…

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    They occupy a relatively small space and you can easily move them around and enjoy the free movement that is available when you use them. In addition to these advantages, dumbbells are lighter and are easier to stock up. You don’t have to visit the gym before you can carry out fantastic workouts. With your dumbbell, you only need to learn about the necessary workouts. The flexibility of most dumbbells gives you the opportunity to performance variety of exercises unlike barbells. In this article,…

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    play sports my parents have encouraged me to do my very best. Even to this day, my parents are great motivation because they are both physically active and healthy themselves. My mom does yoga and walks our dog fairly regularly and my dad goes to the gym and has played sports his whole life. This is exactly the type of role models that I would want in my life, because they provide me with a good image of where I can be if I put in the same amount of effort they have. This motivation is a good…

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    The last shot!! It was the day of the Basketball championship, I was with my team all day. We were shooting around in the gym practicing. Later that day we found out one of our players had the flu. That was really bad news because we only had eight players. Finally we were running late when we arrived to our so we had to wait a whole hour before we started warming up. The game was about to start, despite our complications we were looking pretty good. When the first quarter…

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    men's basketball team during the 1970s. Six feet, six inches tall forward, Tollestrup attributes the development of his basketball ability to his being able to practice on a daily basis both at his school gym, where his father was janitor, and at the local cultural centre, which has an open gym.[2] The native of Raymond, Alberta was later a member of his local basketball team which won the provincial youth basketball championship in 1967 and '68. He played college basketball at Brigham Young…

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    gymnastics and see all the leotards and glamor, but what they do not see is the countless hours spent in the gym, bloody hands, broken bones, aching muscles, and tears of frustration and disappointment. I have only been a gymnast for ten years, but the life lessons that I have learned will last forever. When I was seven years old, I was put into my first gymnastics class. For me, the gym served as an escape from any school or family problems. From a young age, I began writing down my goals,…

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