What I Like To Do Essay

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Running is an excellent thing to do to look and feel great. Sticking to a routine of running everyday is something that track provides. In track, I run the 1600-meter relay. Not everyone can run this event, but for the people who can, they usually go by these steps in order to get ready for the race. If you want to succeed in running, I would suggest no pop. I'm suggesting this because if it's still in your system when you're running, it can cause you to get a side-ache. If you eat healthy meals and snacks, that'll also help. Sticking to this sort of diet helps a lot more than you'd think it would, especially with the side-aches and upset stomach problems. Before you race, you have to get dressed. If it's cold out, then you can wear tights or a turtleneck under your uniform. Spikes are the next articles of clothing you put on. You can throw on a sweatshirt while your warming up, but remember to take it off before you race. Going to the bathroom can be very important too, because you don't want to feel the urge to go right before your race. Warming up is one of the most important steps. I start by doing yoga. Yoga helps to relax my muscles, and helps my breathing. Butt-kicks, high-knees, karoke, and high-jumps may seem like they'd just make you tired, but you really need to do them before you race. They all help you loosen up and warm up, so you don't pull a muscle. Before I run any race, I should always have a strategy, or plan of how I'm going to run. The strategy I use is...

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