You could tell that she loved working with younger girls because of how supportive she was. Our workouts were not easy but even though it took forever to finish, there she was smiling and encouraging us to keep going. She always puts everyone else’s needs above her own. Despite whatever happened during the day, the moment she stepped onto the field, she was the coach we all knew and loved. Jarica Martarano is someone I admire due to her dedication, helpfulness, and everything she has taught me about life and softball.
Bethany is motivated because she not going to give up on the waves she loves. Bethany family and friends is motivated her to get stronger and be even better from where she was. Bethany wants her dreams to be completed. Bethany has been motivated throughout her attack she had in 2003. Bethany has confidents in herself.
She sacrifices her time during hours of helping out in Key Club as a freshman representative and tech editor. She also represents Chino Hills High School as a junior varsity swimmer on the swim team. Her family, friends, and future career motivate her, and she believes that anything can be accomplished through persistence and determination. Isabella is a role model
She never gave up and that’s within a month. Although she was already athletic, she became better at surfing after the attack. She became so good even with one arm that she became a pro surfer and won many awards. Bethany also has a lot of courage. She acted like she didn’t need an arm to live her life.
In life there are many influences that shape a person 's personality. Winning Balance by Shawn Johnson shows the many influences she has had in her life, that made her who she is today. Shawn Johnson is from West Des Moines, Iowa and is known as the retired Olympic Gymnast. She won four gold medals for gymnastics, in the 2008 Summer Olympics. Her family is a big part of her life and has been her number one fan.
We showed our support for breast cancer month by wearing pink jerseys, hair bows, socks, shoelaces, and sparkly monogrammed sweatpants. This reminded me of the importance of supporting the people you care about. I had to miss the team picture day to take the act and even though she was disappointed, Coach Jones still gave me so many words of encouragement, telling me that she knew I would do well. She would even periodically ask me how my college prep activities were going. Her sweet, uplifting nature made such a wonderful impact on me and I feel so blessed to have been a part of her volleyball team.
As she goes on to college, I’m positive that she will utilize her skills confidently and be driven in her field of choice, marketing. These traits aren’t just worthwhile on a gym floor. Being the confident and driven person she is, I’m certain that her future will hold something
They must work hard to keep a high grade point average in school. Athletes also have to play hard in sports as well as working well with others. Athletes are constantly being watched closely so they are less likely to get into trouble. Overall, student-athletes can truly be leaders and are looked up to by others. This is why they are always held to a higher standard.
However, my favorite volunteering experience was getting to be a “Buddy for Special Olympics”. I was paired with a young girl named Kara with Down Syndrome and the biggest appreciation for life. I walked her to each of her events and cheered her on from the sideline. Even when she didn’t technically win she was so grateful for the opportunity to compete. She gave me a different outlook on life and taught me how to be grateful for every opportunity that comes my
Athletic Trainer Athletic trainer is the best career for me because it will bring me personal joy, financial stability, and opportunities to help others. First, a career in athletic training it would bring me great personal satisfaction. Ever since I was in elementary school, I have been the type of person who becomes concerned for my friends’ health . I always feel that I can in some way make their lives better. This is exactly the type of work that a athletic trainer does on a daily basis.
Kelsey’s natural drive remained unsatisfied. She rallied our team, encouraging us to study for the next year. In order to facilitate this, she read Robert’s Rules of Order, a terrifyingly long description of Parliamentary Procedure, and helped the rest of our team learn the information. Her tenacity and leadership were rewarded, as last year our team finished 5th nationally. I am so glad that Kelsey is a part of both of these teams with me and I look forward to everything we will be able
Gymnastics requires hard work and dedication, but it is worth it because I genuinely love the sport. I have sacrificed many hours for gymnastics, but I have gotten a lot from it in return. I met one of my best friends at gymnastics and some of my coaches have become like family to me. I have also discovered a lot about myself. Doing a gymnastics routine all by myself in front of a crowd of people is scary, but it has also taught me that
I am so thankful for the opportunities I have had in Westfield, so proud to be a Shamrock, and so determined to pay it forward to help younger student athletes in our community. I never thought that running thousands of miles over four years through the same town would mean so much to me. As I reflect on all the moments spent doing what I love, the relationships I have formed stand out most to me. Running has given me my best friends, and my best friends have helped me learn what it means to work hard, to overcome adversity, and to keep a positive attitude. They showed me what it takes to to be an effective leader and captain.
I love to cheer for my high school sports teams and dancing is one of my favorite pastimes. To be able to work with kids that looked up to me was very important to me. I wanted them to have the best experience possible to know what it is like to cheer and to show that it is very fun. I was able to teach cheers and play games with the kids. Overall, I learned many things throughout the years volunteering, but the one thing that I will never forget is that inspiration, dedication, and hard work is essential for a successful life.