Day in the Life of an Intramural athlete
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What's happening is now 9 16 I have class at 10 25. I woke up about 20 minutes ago like this because as a student athlete at the division one level, you have to stay ready so you don't have to get ready when it's time to be ready. I've already done my 260 push ups for the morning. I have to go get breakfast because breakfast is the most important meal of the day. First to an athlete, it gives you fuel so that you can tackle anything you need to tackle in the rest of the day. We have a game at 8 p.m. Tonight. Maybe it's because your mom, ever if you ever wipe with muscle official my second meal of the day and a student athletes, we have to get three or four times a day to get our nutrients. My boy David Martin Van Zandt with kava picture mended, putting up 20 points a game. Just occurrences that happen every single day of my life. 10 rebounds a game, rising up at six assists per game. I appreciate every time I come to this dining hall, it's like the biggest dining hall on campus. Intramural basketball player way Go. Wait! No, The train swerving you Perfect new double CD. You deserve it. In this moment, I was getting ready to scrap thing is unbelievable. Pretty much just re making those YouTube day in the life of a Division one athlete videos. If you actually want to see a day in the life which I don't think that many people do, let me know, and then I'll make a real one, and then I'll actually filmed the entire day. Um, I don't know what was going on on that free throw. So one of them stung me on my arm, like right when I was getting ready to shoot. Like, my arm got swollen and, you know, I lost feeling and then, you know, when I let that thing go like it just went a little bit too far to the right. If you watch this whole thing, I appreciate you give the video. We had 200 last week, were on the come up 1000 is next with that amount, and I'll see you in the next one.