Austen Baird

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Last Login: 04/27/2011 5:32 pm

Registered: 07/06/2008

Occupation: Always Striving For Perfection



Foxhound is my chosen group of friends
that I hold treasuring memories to.
If you ever come across any of them,
please, I ask that you to treat them
respectfully or I will beat you up.

Always Striving For Perfection -Austen-


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jasteama Report | 06/25/2012 8:54 pm
alive still? smile
jasteama Report | 06/06/2010 8:42 pm
heeey! smile how are you?!
pokerutomoon Report | 08/07/2009 5:26 pm
You're almost there ! : 3
That's good !
You're getting paid, right?
pokerutomoon Report | 08/06/2009 6:38 pm
That's good .
You're going to be at that school for about 4 - 5 years, right?
pokerutomoon Report | 08/06/2009 6:36 pm
Wow, that's good !
So is that going to help you get an job ?
Like an official job.
pokerutomoon Report | 08/06/2009 6:27 pm
Oh, wow .
&& are you already in it, or are you trying to get in ?
pokerutomoon Report | 08/06/2009 6:21 pm
How do you get you're rating?
pokerutomoon Report | 08/06/2009 6:10 pm
Oh hey !
Well, Jasmine is actually at California, she left 2 days ago.
Tho she's not going to be there for long ; D
Am doing good !
Not sure how jasmine is, but she's having fun over at california lol
& How are you?
arhsub Report | 07/26/2009 6:41 pm
HEY Happy Birthday! smile Hope you have a great time.
AliceHale16 Report | 06/11/2009 11:32 pm
why havent you pm'd me?? i miss you!!! *cries* you make me feel unloved.....*sighs* i guess you dont love me anymore

Leaning forward places a runner's center of mass on the front part of the foot, which avoids landing on the heel and facilitates the use of the spring mechanism of the foot. It also makes it easier for the runner to avoid landing the foot in front of the center of mass and the resultant braking effect. While upright posture is essential, a runner should maintain a relaxed frame and use his/her core to keep posture upright and stable. This helps prevent injury as long as the body is neither rigid, nor tense. When leaning forward, focus on leaning only slightly from the waist and the rest of the body will naturally follow. The most common running mistakes are tilting the chin up and scrunching shoulders.
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Always find the Higher Plane.