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High School Spotlight on Track and Field – Tips for preparing for High School & College Track and Field, Preparing for Tryouts, Training Techniques, Drills, Camp Information, Training Programs, and Recruiting Information. As a High School competitive sport, Track and Field is fun to participate in both socially and competitively.
As most competitive sports, many play it as youth, fewer play in high school, less play in college, and just a few make it to the Pros.
Track and Field is a great social sport that can be enjoyed at any age. There are many benefits one can gain by learning the game. Because of its social nature, it is often played through clubs, and is also a relaxed way to discuss business. The most important thing with any sport is to enjoy it until it doesn’t make sense physically, or so you can pursue your other life goals.
Studies show that playing sports can improve lives in many ways, so it is a good idea to play recreational sports if you can. Organized Team Sports can help develop and promote social skills, organization, and leadership skills, and to help resist negative peer pressure. Participants can benefit by gaining long term friendships as well.
RUN FASTER & JUMP HIGHER Training & Techniques
Though some people are built with natural capabilities for speed or jumping, there are many athletes that surpass them by developing and training their bodies properly. Some natural runners and jumpers get lax because things come so easy for them, leaving opportunity for others to surpass them. They get left behind to those who are…
Fryer: A look back at a 2021-22 high school sports year full of highlights — Orange County Register
Steve Fryer takes a look back at the 2021-22 high school sports year that included a lot of great moments and remarkable performances. Fryer: A look back at a 2021-22 high school sports year full of highlights — Orange County Register
2022 Football: Class 1A, District 2 — Quinn Douglas
Last season, Class 1A, District 2 was a mixed bag of results. The top of the district belonged to South Central Calhoun, which was close to what many prognosticated coming in to 2021, but teams like Woodward-Granger, South Hamilton and Eagle Grove saw their season take some roller coaster rides along the way. 2022 looks […]…