The life of a volleyball player

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The life of a volleyball player

  1. 1. “Every day before practice, we have conditioning. That is when we do warmups so we don’t get sore during our practices. We do everything from lunges, running miles, and leaning on the walls to get our legs stronger. As you can see, it is very painful to lean on a wall for more than ten minutes. Yes, it does hurt, but I have to admit that it really helps during my games. My knee pads help my knees from hurting and scraping when I fall on the ground during a volleyball game.”
  2. 2. “My best friend Natalie is on the team with me as well. We were about to go on a road trip with our whole team to another high school to play against another volleyball team in a different school. We managed to sneak in a picture before going on the road. As you can see, I was so nervous that my eyes were closed during the picture!”
  3. 3. • “This is my team the day after our game. We were so happy because we won the game! We decided to take another group photo. As a way to celebrate, we all decided to wear pink because the team we went against the day before had pink jerseys. We wanted to feel like we were winners and we reached our goal. It was honestly one of the best moments of my life.”
  4. 4. • “These are two of my friends on the team. We were at the gym, practicing for another one of our games. We are all required to wear spandex and tennis shoes during practice and the game itself. The reason we have to wear spandex is because it allows us to move freely and tennis shoes help us run around and be comfortable. Knee pads also need to be worn at all times, but my teammates can be lazy and not wear them. I, on the other hand, cannot be without them.”

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