Essays: Anaerobic Training

Topics: Anaerobic exercise, Aerobic exercise, Fartlek Pages: 4 (1543 words) Published: January 9, 2011
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Christie Dentry
      The place that I feel most comfortable is my hometown of Huntington Beach. Huntington Beach is in California about forty miles south of  Los Angles. It is known as the surfing capital of the world and the best beach in Orange County.

      I relax as I watch the surfers gently glide over the tumbling ocean waves. Seeing the tall palm trees sway in the wind is calming to me as I watch the rolling sand dunes. The pier, as red as a ruby, stands out to me among the deep blue ocean. As I lay on the sand, I see kites rise above the clouds and soar gracefully in the wind. The fisherman cast their line off the pier hoping to feel a tug and reel in a big fish.

      The sounds of Huntington Beach are that of  harmony. Seagulls peacefully chirp as they soar overhead searching for food. The howling wind whistles through the beach like an arriving train. As the crash of the waves thunder through my ears, it brings me back to reality while I day dream. The sound of oil rigs across Main Street sound like a steady drum keeping the beat in a orchestra of sounds.

      Everything on Huntington Beach has its own unique feel. The salty air blowing on my face feels wet and cool as it passes by. The feeling of the grainy sand is comforting to my feet as I walk across the shore. When I plunge into the ocean's salt water, it feels refreshing to my skin like a glass of water on a hot day.

      Huntington Beach is my most comfortable place mainly because of the sights, sounds, and the unique feel of everything mentioned in this essay. When I'm there, I feel totally relaxed as if I were in my own little world. Most of all, Huntington Beach is my most comfortable place because it is my favorite place to be on the earth. SUMMER

Heather Riede
     Everyone has a comfortable place to escape to for relaxation.  They go there when they need to be alone and not with people...
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