In which makes it harder to make the team. Back when I was a sophomore I had made the varsity team and to be able to get your jersey we had to do what is called the sprint test and if you have never heard of that you’re lucky because it is one of the hardest things I have ever had to do. Not only does the physical aspect get harder But you also have new positions you could possibly strive to play. It introduces defensive specialist which play in the back row for a front row hitter. The game becomes more intense and fast speed.
When we are just standing on the sidelines and yelling you might not consider that a sport, but when we are tumbling or stunting it definitly is. Cheerleaders put a lot of hardwork and dedicaton into it. I think if all the boys quit football to cheer they would call it a sport then. I do think that it's true because they are always praising over boys. We do alot of tumbling as you know, the oympics decarled it a sport, it shows life values, and it might possibly be in the games in a few years.
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The teams that we are going against are good their coaches are pro coaches they know what they are doing that’s a big Adventist for them. I'm the fastest on my team and all my teammates are depending on me to win the championship, for the first time. I am scare because I have never had this much responsibility on me I don’t want to let my teammates down, there's
get a break During my rehab in 2011-2012 I had one of the best epiphanies in my life. When I have a goal, I am often too hardworking and determined. Do not get me wrong, skills like hardworking and determination are good, but too much of the good stuff, is not healthy. If I work too hard on a training goal, I begin to regress instead of progressing, and that is also a reason, why I need a trainer. I need somebody to make my training realistic and to stop me when I get to focused on my goal.
They know exactly what buttons to press, and they do not hesitate to push them. Although I have, and still do, blow up on them occasionally, they have forced me to be patient. My sister and I get along swimmingly for the most part, but the real problem was with my brother. He and I used to get into some pretty vicious fights. I was mean to him all the time and it has taken me sixteen years to finally get along with him.
Jump higher. Why didn’t you slam your body on the ground to get a touch on that ball? Everyone is relying on you.” I am very hard on myself on the volleyball court. I expect myself to play perfect every single game, and in this sport, or in any sport “playing perfect” is impossible or at least that is what my coach and everyone that surround me continuously tell me. I can almost hear them in my head repeating themselves over and over and over, like a recording, “Morgan you are doing great, stop being so negative”.
I had a feeling that I would make the team, especially since our coach, Mr. David, kept going on and on about how natural my shots were during tryouts. I thought I would do well right after joining the team, but never was I so wrong. Every single practice after the tryouts would get harder and harder; we would keep on pushing our limits to be able to compete with the best, and to do that we had to all work on our strengths. Shooting has always been my strong suit, but since we were now going up against teams that are more professional, it became difficult to shoot when everyone would try to stop you. One has to work with their peers in order to actually stand a chance at winning or even scoring.
I have never been so scared in my life but whatever kept me dancing is what I was going to do. We checked in and they already had my room ready and I had to put on this ugly dress and ugly hair net. I laid in the bed and the doctor came in to get me. I remember crying in my bed saying goodbye to my family and watching their eyes water up. Finally, the bed started rolling and we went through the doors of the surgery room.
She entered proudly, and the prominent click of her heels echoed as she slowly made her way to the front of the gym. Whispers bubbled up from around the room questioning the identity of this mysterious woman and as the volume grew, she silenced us with a mere clap of her hands. Stepping onto the bleachers she proclaimed she was the new head coach and proceeded to bark a command at us to run around the gym. Fear encapsulated my soul and I felt my legs obeying her orders without question. Months stretched on as our new coach lead us with the philosophy that it is indeed better to be feared than loved.