Most of the athletes train in their prospective countries. 70% of athletes in the 2012 Olympics trained in the USA. The rest train in the country they were born in.
Athletes train so they can maintain or get better at the sport they do and to keep their body in shape
The Russian athletes train at training camp held by their Russian Sports Ministry.
they have prsonal trainers to train them
in their house
Spartans made both boys and girls train and train to become strong warriors and athletes. Spartans were the citystate that cared all about strength.
athletes would train there muscule for their legs and arms be stronger need to swim couple laps to be a stronger swimmer
NO, not by a longshot. These athletes train hard for their sport.
because they train hard and earn the money they get
All their life
train like hell
the athletes were an important part of greek culture to be an athlete in Greece you had to train about 8 hours a day.
stretch i guess or eat healthy
By Horse, car, train, plane or boat
Ancient Olympic athletes trained in their home towns. They were often trained by former athletes and the training often involved sparring, grappling, boxing, and wrestling.
Well it all depends. Because if you are a good athelete then you don't have to train for so long
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Eat lots of lean protein and weight train.
Cristiano Ronaldo Took Ballet when he was in school
The Olympics mean every thing to the athletes, win or lose. They train with a crazy amount of effort and hope. They are the best at what they do.
Professional athletes train by using workout machines that you would have at your house. They always use treadmills. They usually have one in a hot tub or shower. U like dickssss
Ephedrine is a stimulant, athletes use it to train harder as it provides extra energy and aggresion through stimulation of the central nervous system.