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    dare I not say friend, that was picking on me. The teacher turns around and slaps me on the wrist. The slap was unjustified, for no pure reason. Only to show off their power. Knowing both sides of a story is just another speed bump on the highway. Gym class had just began. My teacher walked into the cafeteria where we usually met up. Warmups were done. I felt hot and tense, ready to kick a soccer ball. I was extremely excited at the time. Our teacher separated us into teams and put us in…

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    the place where I train 8 months of the year for a 4 month competition season. The gym has a small airlock style walk in with wooden boards as a floor. Once inside, the space is about 4 feet wider than the door frame and has a nicer stripped wooden floor that is light brown and a L stairs to your left when you walk in with a bathroom in front of you and a school flyer style bulletin board with ads/flyers for the gym. To your right there are two doors and the second door is open 95% of the time,…

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    Freshman year gym class and glasses have always been old adversaries. Whether we were running the mile outside or playing basketball, they would always find a way to fall to the ground, or fog up with the heat of the gym. Regardless of our activities, I would constantly be on my toes, awaiting the next mishap. We had been playing volleyball, a sport that screams catastrophe in the face of those glasses. It was the other team’s turn to serve, with all the eyes of both teams on the server,…

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    to maintain a healthy life style. Thankfully, gym memberships can help get people back on track and put an end to…

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    narrative about myself that I hope will motivate you all to get in the gym. Throughout High School I was known as the skinny, lengthy kid. I never got in the weight room or took it upon myself to lift. I wanted to build muscle, but felt like lifting weights just wasn't who I am. Then, when I entered college I felt like I had to make a change. Seeing all these other dudes jacked up on protein motivated me to get in the gym. They seemed like they had life figured out, which pushed me to make a…

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    basketball being practiced or played in the Cherokee County High School gymnasium. I see the sweaty players running up and down the court and hear the squeaking of shoes on the wood floor. When basketball is going on, the gym changes. If a basketball game is being played in the gym, the atmosphere is not the same as it is in any other circumstance. I oftentimes walk in to players with their hands on their hips, breathing really hard. The players oftentimes have soaking wet hair from sweat.…

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    The gym, it feels so natural, so free, like my new second home. My words when I went to the gym for the first time. I loved the gym. I wanted to be big and strong just like the people around. Yeah I didn’t fit in quite yet but how hard can it be? They all did it, so can I. So there I went, I started my first day at the gym. As many of you can see when you look at my arms that look like spaghetti noodles or my biceps looking like a bean my gym craze stopped after that first time. I lifted…

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    SHOULD KIDS TAKE GYM? THE PROS AND CONS OF GYM CLASSES IN SCHOOLS Posted On 15 Jan, 2013 By Amanda Ferris With the rising fears of childhood obesity, many parents and educators are wondering if a school gym class is a) needed, b) giving kids the workout that they need and c) will be cut from the school’s program in order to save money. In many schools, no matter whether they are in grades K-12, children are required to take gym class in order to get their fitness education requirement in.…

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    8. Middle School Gym Hallway What is there to say about arguably the worst location to have a locker? The repulsive atmosphere gives off an air of pre-teen drama and hormones. The constant bombardment of middle schoolers who are crying over their “boyfriends” or engaging in burping contests is enough to drive these lockers to the bottom of the list. Not to mention the location, which is pretty inconvenient unless you take middle school science or a world language, and even then the location of…

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    against West Central?” Mr. Prairie asked as everyone was getting lined up for gym last class period of the day. The 8th grade basketball team was playing against West central that night. No big deal right? It is not a conference rival or sectional team, but to me it was a big game because I used to go to West Central from kindergarten to fifth grade. I had to play against all my friends that I used to go to school with. During gym class we were playing basketball and I could not make a play…

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