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Also about Sports+46Winter sports are cold water sports, amirite?
Also about Sports+70So your team lost. Suck it up. amirite?
Also by osnapcracklepop1234+477if running cross country was easy, it'd be called your mom amirite?
Also by osnapcracklepop1234+19Sundays are either really boring or packed with stuff to do amirite?
Also by osnapcracklepop1234+242there are always those days when no matter how much coffee or energy drinks you drink, you will still be just as tired as before amirite?
"Our sport is your sports punishment."
if you're referring to cross country, then YESSSSS!!!!!!!!!! lol
Imagine if it was opposite. "You didn't run fast enough; go play football. NOW!"
I am. It was on one of our cross country shirts.
lol. k i was for suree. lol. yeah, we've got one with this phrase on it, and on another it says "why are you chasing me?!" on the back of course. lol
Yeah. "If you can read this you're losing."
I have a cross country shirt that says, "When exhaustion gets tired, when agony doubles over in pain, when defeat waves a white flag, i will still be out there...Running." I love it, it's dramatic :)
i like it a lot too! lol. there are so many good ones out there! =]
Yeah, like my brother has one that says "If you want second place follow me" Well it's actually a track shirt but whatever :)
lol. close enough. one of my friends wanted to put "We do it better in the woods" but we obvs couldn't cause it's for school. lol. so we decided on this one nd a couple others. "While running, it is rude to count the people you pass out loud" we liked this one too. lol
Haha too bad you couldn't put "We do it better in the woods" that would be awesome lol and i do like "while running, it is rude to count the people you pass out loud"
thanks =] lol
Cross country runners, holla!
Whoever is running on sunday is doing it wrong, you need a day off.
lol. well i got with my sister b/c that's her only day off. i do a light workout though so it's all good =]
I've been debating on doing cross country, but I'm not really sure.
Of course, your body looks amazing, but fuck, that's a lot of pain to go through.
The first couple miles are the hardest, but once you work yourself up to that, the rest of the running feels sort of numb until you start sprinting at the end. Which could be interpreted as good or bad...
Yeah, that's true.
I might try it and see how it goes, because I need to stay in shape for soccer. One of my problems is that running is just extremely boring for me. But, maybe there'll be some extra pretty scenery or something, haha.
cross country is really fun. and the teams, most of the time, are smaller so you really become a family. and if your bored while running, it's always good to bring your ipod with you if you have one. or just run with someone else. lol. and after your done with your workouts, you feel really good and accomplished because you ran so much. =]
yeah, I do hear that it's a lot of fun too. :]
it'd be great to just be able to zone out and run, and have nothing on the mind really except running.
because it really does feel great.
(until you make up for it by eating enough food for a small african village)
yeah lol. you tend to eat your weight in spaghetti. lol. but it's really fun. and you lose it all anyway. sometimes it can be hard to zone out at first, but when you do, it can be very calming :)
cross country doesn't require skill, it just takes stamina. and thats it. no skill involved.
So maybe it should be called your mom then.
i never mentioned the skills needed to run cross country. i said that it wasn't an easy sport. and it's not. running 6-8 miles daily is not an easy thing to do
running 6-8 miles daily my ass.
you try doing it. every week. monday-saturday. and then go running another 4 on sunday.
i was just saying that you obviously don't do that.
(fuck you): yeah...i do. every year. right now, you're right i don't. but only because it's spring, and cross country is a fall sport. so now i'm running 2-6 miles a day for track. and 3 miles on sundays.
(fuck you): It is true. We ran that much daily and sometimes 10+ ..
uh, yeah we do
Sports don't necessarily have to involve skill. And even if it did, it takes SOME kind of skill to run miles and miles in 90-100 degree weather and not throw up...or pass out...or die...
cross country takes a lot of skill and work
last year, my team won state championships, and no one cared because we "weren't a real sport"
fuck everybody like you
Cross country takes no skill at all so they should just rename the whole sport your mOm