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swiss_girl asked:

24 Apr 2009

Mile Run in gym tomorrow!

I need tips for what to eat before the run and how to calm my nerves. I have to run under 8 min. to get an A+.

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beach406

beach406 says:

Posted on 24 Apr 2009

eat oranges and bananas and if you have more time eat spagettti trust me i played 2 games of basketball almost every day i no wat to eatt lol hoppe it helpss=]

melodyrush

melodyrush says:

Posted on 24 Apr 2009

Well I'm not into sports myself, but a good breafest will do. Drink plenty of water too. If you planning on running or sprinting you may want to stretch out your muscles so that they wont cramp up later on or ache.(Would know from experience lol) But anyways to calm those nerves of yours, take several deep breathes. If that doesn't work, distract your self from thinking about it.

Hope this helped! ^_^ Good luck.

anca

anca says:

Posted on 24 Apr 2009

Eat a normal breakfast one to three hours before the race begins, and drink plenty of fluids - several glasses up to two hours before the race, then again 5 to 15 minutes before it starts. Eat foods that are familiar to you - it's no time to try something foreign or new.

GOOD LUCK...Hope you get your A+:thumbup:

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