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Lets Get Emotional

Emotions play a key role in one’s everyday life. lt is through emotions that one may act out anger and frustration, but also out of love and joy. It is through emotions that one may become motivated to interact in … Continue reading

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Emotion and Body

Sports in general have emotional and physical ties to a person whether they are participating in the sport or the bystander watching their favorite sports team play. As I look more into the emotional and physical ties that a person … Continue reading

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Running Made Possible

Running is something that I have discussed in previous blogs about, how it was a huge part of my life for a long time up until this year.  Yes, I am still running here and there but definitely not how … Continue reading

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Freaks of Nature

I chose this image in light of my topic which focuses on athletes with disabilities who’s goals are to continue pursuing their goal competitively in running.  This image is an ad for the London 2012 Paralympic Games and is promoting … Continue reading

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Researching Track and Field

Tom Jordan’s article “Track and Field”, provides an in depth history about the sport, and basic information about the events themselves.  The author briefly describes the history and current dynamics of all categories of the events.  I also learned a … Continue reading

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The real runner stereotype

As a newly proclaimed born again runner,I will admit that running has not been easy for me. When I see people run I honestly stereotype runners as a people who are lean, all around fit, and truly enjoy the activity … Continue reading

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Taking the First Steps

Hello Everyone, I’m a San Diego local born and raised to love sports. Growing up I was frequently taken to Padres games and always watched the Charger’s at our family’s Sunday barbecue, although San Diego doesn’t have a basketball team, … Continue reading

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