#1
OK so im in cross country right now and im really good and im also in a band that plays gigs. i haven't been able to practice for a while because of xc but once it ends i can. the problem is that my coach is gonna want me to do winter track so what should i do i really want to play with my band but i don't want my coach to be pissed HELP!
#5
i dont get xc, its just running. imo, boring as hell. my lil brother just started it and he has to get up early some sat mornings to go to meets, and hes in school everday till 5:30, and he gets out at 2. i guess its good for health, both socially and physically. but it wouldnt be worth it for me. i would say play with your band, and thats my opinion on this.
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#7
Tell your coach you have a prior commitment.
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#8
i try to this while also when in wrestling season, so i get it.what you probably want to do is just be honest, and compensate. tell him you have other offseason commitments, but that you can show up just to work out like 3 times a week or whatever works.
#9
So the only reason you would do winter track is so you can make your coach happy? If you tell him/her nicely that you would rather not do it so you can play with your band, I'm sure (s)he'll understand.
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So the only reason you would do winter track is so you can make your coach happy? If you tell him/her nicely that you would rather not do it so you can play with your band, I'm sure (s)he'll understand.


well if it the coach is a she, maybe TS would rather keep he happy. if you know what i mean...


cliche, i know
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#12
Go watch high school musical. Seriously it will help xD
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