So like in What is A sport? By Topend Sports, “A human skill involving physical skill or exertion.” This definition of a sport explains that this is a qualification and COMPETITIVE cheerleading meets the standard criteria by how we have tumbling and stunting, which requires a skill or exertion. Another statement by Topend Sports in the same article from before, that states “Governed by a set of rules or customs.” This meaning of the qualification of a sport is that it must be ruled over, which is time limit, score sheets and mat size. Then finally also in Topend Sports, What is a Sport? exclaims, “Undertaken competitively and capable of achieving a result.” Preferring to this sport qualification that shows me that it must have competitions and winning, which competitive cheer follows this qualification right on.
From Newton’s Laws of Motion, to things such as friction and inertia, there is so much to learn from this sport. Imagine a ball sailing into the back of the net and the crowd going wild. Do you ever wonder why it got there with such power? Of course you do! Think of Newton’s First Law of Motion.
When a force is applied it relates to both the amount of force and the amount of time for which it is applied. What were Newton’s 3 Laws of motion? The First law of Motion for Newton states “A body in motion will remain at rest, and a body in motion will remain in motion unless it is acted upon by an external force.” It also states that things can’t start, stop, or change direction by themselves. The First Law of Motion is known as inertia. The Second Law of Motion states “the force acting on an object is equal to the mass of that object times the acceleration.
By the end of these paragraphs I hope you understand why I think Houdini was a performer. Houdini was an great performer. To support this ¨Houdini escaped from every combination of straight jackets, jails, coffins, handcuffs and leg shackles.¨ This quote makes me think that magic tricks and and escape artists are interesting to watch, and I do enjoy watching them. I enjoy magic tricks because they are really impressive. The escape stunts are impressive to watch because some of them are dangerous.
In his first law he state that, “an object at a rest will remain at rest if not acted on by an unbalanced force. An object in motion continues in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.” Additionally, his second theory of motion state that, “acceleration is produced when a force act on a mass. The greater the mass of the object the greater the amount of the force needed to accelerate the object”. In his third law, he state that, “for every action there is an equal and opposite re-action”. These theories have many applications in modern world (Thornton, & Rex, 2013).
For others, I 'm sure it 's a beast. This double bounce Trampoline is extremely heavy and not easy to move. 2-3 men required. That said, we love it because of very high quality and durable. Question: I 'm worried that a small child can access the springs under the mat while his siblings are jumping.
Their raw aggression is symbolized through finesse and precise moves (26), which is a very hard to embody. Although each respective opposer is understood to be unique and treated with respect at all times one has to attack persistently without failure (27) in order to be the stronger one in this competing dance. The most important factor in succeeding is precision (Chang 28). Therefore, the number one goal is development of control (28). It is best to completely become one with nature and incorporate the five elements fire, earth, air, water, and ether in dance(28).
That is why I decided to ride that humongous rollercoaster, called Sheikra. I wanted to overcome my doubt and fear. As one drop finished, the rollercoaster rode up and start going at an amazing speed which made me suddenly visualize my future. Lastly, as the rollercoaster raced at an amazing speed up it made me think about what I wanted for my future. I want to take risks and challenge myself.
Toughness and willingness to fight have become important in establishing a positive identity. This aggressive temper is not only present on body contact sport but rather, has become increasingly popular aspects of all competitive sport the arousal, which results from even instantly hampering an opponent may be a decisive component aggressiveness. Patmore, (1979) expresses that such attitudes suggest a high degree of aggressiveness in sport. Empirical research has identified stiff mindedness and aggressiveness as a personality trait which coincide positively with athletic ability and success (Neal, 1963; Ogilvie, 1970; Cooper, 1969). Psychologists have executed thousands of studies concerning problems related to aggression, but factors related to aggression to
A cheerleader is like an elastic band, they are flexible, they stretch, and they spring when they get flung into the air. Cheerleading is intense and fiercely competitive but most people deny the fact that cheerleading is an actual sport. The definition of a sport is “an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment” (“sport”,par1). This definition applies to cheerleading just as much as it does any other “sport.” Meaning, cheerleading is and should always be considered a “sport.” Cheerleading requires both technical skills and physical fitness. Much like Doyne, cheerleaders often argue, “Why should cheerleading not be considered a sport when it required a