My passion for roller derby has driven me to become one of the fastest and strongest skaters on my team. Training for derby was and still is not easy, and sometimes I want to skip endurance or not go to the gym. It is especially hard to feel motivated when I’m tired. But my passion for skating drives me through the hard parts, and even allows me to enjoy them. Passion is a wonderful motivator, but sometimes there is work that I need to do that isn’t enjoyable.
After Vanellope and Ralph avoid from King Candy to the Diet Cola Mountain, Ralph discovers where she lives. Since Vanellope does not know how to drive, Ralph uses his ability to smash to dig up and build a race track for her to practice (Disney, 2012). Ralph is able to break almost anything with his fists and is extremely strong. Not only is Ralph strong, but he is also very skillful. The way he utilized his power to wreck and create displays another feature.
Both make the viewers question if it is all worth it. In The Hunger Games, they put twenty-four people into an arena and make them fight to the death. They use the people of the districts lives as entertainment for the people of Panem. In Dance Moms, they have children dance and compete using it for entertainment. In the end of both of these forms of entertainment, there can only be one winner.
Never forgetting where I started and the person who helped me get to where I am today, I practice hard and continue to get positive results for my club team and myself. This is a meaningful memory for me because without Ms. Jackie I wouldn’t have been competing on the ice and winning medals. If I hadn’t been skating I wouldn’t be coaching and teaching kids who are 3 to 12 years old to skate and enjoy skating. I had always been a shy person, but skating allowed me to express myself and connect with others. I have become much more confident through figure skating and learned how to work and cooperate with others when I perform in groups for shows.
Preparing to step on the competition floor, "kids [fight] the mounting tension. Some [retch]; others [clasp] hands in prayer" (Campo-Flores). They compete for a score based on level of difficulty and execution. The tighter the flyer, and the more in-sync the higher the score. Just as a football, baseball, or basketball team would prepare for a game; cheerleading requires repetitive practices day in and day out to prepare the squad for competitions.
Arnold Friend is an archetype of death. Being very persistent he tells Connie “gonna get you baby” (Oates 430) and proceeds to follow through with his plan, consisting of using many mind games and in the end winning the power struggle. Arnold friend seems to know a great deal about Connie’s home life and private life without her having to disclose any information. This story’s setting is before social media so the only way he could’ve obtained this information is through stalking or to be a close family friend is disguise. The tone is dark and frightening because Connie does not seem to have control of herself, she “watches as her body leave the house and advances towards Arnolds arms” finally accepting defeat no longer fighting to exist.
I raced to the Top Thrill Dragster with my heart pounding in my chest like I was sprinting to my doom; the scary, horrible Dragster was standing tall before me. My heart was pounding hard in my chest now as my mom and I slowly entered the short line. I am a true daredevil at heart but even this started to intimidate me. My mom usually likes rollercoasters but not the Dragster. She had tear-filled eyes as we finally reached the front of the line.
I can imagine Cole hanging out with his friend at the skating rink, hitting on girls, or him keeping his friends newest clothes. J. Coles song “Hold it Down” has a special place in my heart, since it was one of the first songs I heard from him. This song made me want to listen to him more and learn about his life in detail. His story telling in his songs are impeccable, which he is gifted with. The pain and feelings he puts in his songs are like no other artist.
Walking into the arena staring down at the third barrel making sure that I was aligned with then it happens. I take off! Running toward the right to the first barrel at full speed making sure you don’t dodge off, I round the barrel making a tight turn and putting my feet into my horse 's side we start our take off for the second. Kicking all the way between the first and second making sure he gets the speed, checking him up to
The opposing team could easily take the ball and crash it in the net. Lexi works furiously to steal the ball away. As she succeeds two defenders approach her. She realizes she can’t take both of them on so she passes it to me, but before the ball reaches my feet a defender comes charging in front of me and the ball and hurdles me to the ground. I fall to the ground in pain and agony.
This would be goo d for a netballer because they need to be able to work as a team and they need the speed, agility and aerobic during a game as they are stopping and starting most of the time. An activity that would be used for interval training is Straight lines Drives. Straight line drive is driving forward two cones and back one. How this work is at cone 1 you drive to cone 3. Turn quickly and drive back to cone 2.
Down set hut, the person I 'm guarding runs deep and I drop back. I see the ball in the air so I do what I’m supposed to do so I jump to get it. The best thing just happened to me, I caught it. The receiver tried to take it from me but I wouldn 't let go. While the defense walks back to the sideline everyones jumping on me like I’m famous.
Well we are here at Glen Helen Motocross Nationals in San Bernardino California. An it 's a real hot gloomy day out here. The riders are going to have a rough time keeping hydrated and keep in shape for this track. The race isn 't today it 's just a fan based thing today but the riders are looking at the track to see what they 're up for. All the riders want the win here because it means your a champion in this sport.
Vincent started getting nervous. Vincent told himself,”they are not going to bite me.” Vincent looked around,when Vincent blasted to the ball. Vincent was running as fast as he could. One dog broke out which made the other dogs break out. All of the dogs ran at Vincent which made him scared.
The thrill of being a Zamboni operator can only be felt by a person that has driven a Zamboni. The unorthodox nature of my job has given me the push to show people the work I do. A great philosopher named Charlie Brown once wrote, "There are 3 things in life which people always like to stare at: a crackling fire, a flowing stream, and a Zamboni clearing ice." Zamboni is a sort of ice resurfacing machine that was discovered by Frank Zamboni in the year 1949. The Zamboni can run at a top speed of 9 miles per hour.