Thursday, September 9, 2010

How To Dominate In Track/Cross Country


Copyright All Rights Reserved by Tim Gaunt
Personally, I think that track and cross are some of the hardest sports that there are. It takes a LOT of physical endurance, strength, and determination to run. But it also takes a lot of mental strength to win. Because you must train yourself to be able to withstand anything that is thrown at you. This guide will show you how, whether its a 100 or a 5K, to dominate it track or cross country.

Practice For Perfection

"Practice makes perfect." This saying has been around for a long time, and for a good reason too. It's true. It doesn't matter what sport you play. The more you know about what your doing, the more of an upper hand you will have, and there fore, the better you will be. So level up to the line, assume the position, and run like there is no tomorrow!

Go Hard, and Give It Your All

Harder, better, faster, stronger. That right there is your workout plan. Harder: Get on the track and push your self to the limits during practice. Better: Focus on using good form while running, this will maximize efficiency, and help you run farther and faster. Faster: Practice at 80% to 90%, make each and every workout you do even harder than the last, this way your body will keep on perfecting itself. Stronger: Make sure you throw in a good weight lifting plan as well. Be sure to focus on core strength, to help improve power, coordination, and balance. Lift for strength and endurance, not for size. You don't see the Hulk running track do you?

Never Give Up

I don't care if you are 5 inches or 50 feet from the finish line. Never give up! Because if you do then you will never be great and a winner. Anything worth achieving in life takes hard work and a lot of dedication. Track is no different. So live to win, and win to live!

Thank you for reading how to dominate in track/cross country.

Keep dedicated!

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