One of the hottest trends being seen in track and field is the use of rocktape. This is also known as duct tape for the human body which is applied directly to your skin to help decompress swollen tissue, compress muscles into bones, and reduce swelling. It is also estimated to increase the range of motion and provide postural control. Track and field enthusiasts can help to prevent injuries by seeking modern methods to protect themselves. The below list of catchy track and field slogans are from existing enthusiasts and events, promoting inspiration, motivation, and winning.
A runner’s addiction is never sufficed.
All it takes is all you’ve got.
Be so good, they can’t ignore you.
Every runner as excuses but a champion never uses them.
If we played tag, you’d be it forever.
If you can accept losing, you can’t win.
If you’re willing to say I can’t, you might as well go home.
Losing is a temporary location, winning is an unending journey.
Losing to someone better than you is inevitable. Losing because you didn’t try hard enough is optional.
My energy comes straight from the heart.
Never settle for less than your best.
Nothing but the truth.
Obstacles are the things we see when we take our eyes off our goals.
Pain is temporary, pride is forever.
Pain is weakness leaving the body.
Real athletes run, others just play games.
Run the day. Don’t let it run you.
Start strong, finish stronger.
Strength does not come from winning.
Success demands singleness of purpose.
Success isn’t given, its earned.
The 400 meters, only the strong survive.
The pride you gain is worth the pain.
They cant stop what they can’t catch.
Tough times don’t last but tough people do.
Trample the weak, hurdle the dead.
We run ours off so we can kick yours.
When you feel like quitting, think about why you started.
You can’t flirt with the track, you must marry it.
Track youth injuries have increased 36% between 1991 and 2008. An estimated 160,000 injuries were treated in the emergency room during this time. Over half of injuries occur in the lower extremities when running. With a growth of over a million more runners since then, it is expected that almost 76% of participants will see an injury during a single track season.
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