Max 5 mins Slow run forwards 5m and return x 2 Jog straight to the 20m line Make sure you keep your upper body straight Your hip knee and foot are aligned Do not let your knee bu ckle inwards Jog back to start line Hip out x 2 Jog five step s stop a
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Part A Running
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Max 5 mins Slow run forwards 5m and return x 2 Jog straight to the 20m line Make sure you keep your upper body straight Your hip knee and foot are aligned Do not let your knee bu ckle inwards Jog back to start line Hip out x 2 Jog five step s stop a ID: 3263 Download Pdf
56m apart Two players start at the same time from the 64257rst pair of cones jog along the inside of the cones and do the various exercises on the way After the last cone they run back along the outside On the way back speed can be increased progres
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CS 177 Week 12: Running Time and Performance 1 How long does a program take to run? Most of the problems you have written in this class run in a few seconds or less Some kinds of programs can take much longer: