Competition only makes children bound to be winners. It also discourages sportsman spirit. Instead of being a source of healthy growth, these competitive sports have started becoming the source of depression for children when they don’t fulfil the expectations of their parents. These sports should enhance the sportsman spirit in children and must be beneficial for their mental and physical health. Concentrating on winning or losing spoils the fun that games hold.
Unless they have been playing really good and know they have worked hard enough to win the trophy. Kids should earn trophies not just receive them. One good reason for receiving a trophy is just for fun. Playing is not always about winning. It will help you boost their self esteem.
Without that mentality people believe they can just not try and receive the same reward. To conclude, Sports or activity 's, Major or minor; should not give participation rewards. without competition people wont work for their goals, they will simply adopt the mentality that they get a prize no matter what. The real world dose 't work like that. Schools are supposed to prepare you for the next step in life, Not drag you down.
Even though it seems like a good idea to fill kids up with sayings like ‘Everyone 's a winner!’ because that is inaccurate it will affect them now and as they transition into adults. Body Participation trophies seem like a great motivator at first, but it will start to wear off. Kids are smart and later as the season goes on, children start to care less about trying because they know they will be rewarded anyways. Not only do they underachieve, but their passion, competition, and desire for victory is lost because, why bother if everyone a trophy? Even though the participation trophies do help with participation, that is all it does.
They also learn respect and become more mature from playing on a coed sport teams. Yes, some people would say that coed sports may cause injuries or make kids feel uncomfortable, but the kids choose to be on the team. By choosing coed sports, they accept the challenge of working together as a team. Kids can get injuries from playing on same sex teams, and sometimes it's good to go out of your comfort zone. Overall, having coed sports teams is a great idea, one that helps kids develop into accepting
Even though there are some good things that can arise from this change, there are just too many bad things that are caused from it. The Little League officiators should see that the good doesn’t outweigh the bad. They should see that the younger they try to make the league, the less people there are going to be actually competing and watching the LLWS. The LLWS is supposed to be a big deal that kids look forward to playing in and watching every year, and if they go through with this change then there will be less kids watching and playing. I hope that the officiators know what they are doing, and hopefully they will come to their senses and keep the current age rule that is currently being
Even though there are cautions against sports including why do sports when most kids won’t even earn a scholarship? The answer to this question is there as loads of other life benefits the athletes will earn even if they don’t receive a scholarship. Some of these benefits include that focusing on your physical activity will help you earn skills that consist of things like teamwork, responsibility, respectfulness, and many others. ( Do athletes face unnecessary parent pressure? Video) A few other gains of sports would be that in school you will have better grades if you play one or more sports in or outside of school.
A lot of people may have arguments against the reasons to get rid of sports, but there are are plenty of counter reasons to those as well. Some common arguments and questions include: What will all the kids do now that they no longer play sports? How will we motivate our students to make good grades? What happens to the skills kids would have learned from these sports? Well the individual students that do not participate in the sports anymore would have other activities that do not involve rising health concerns or long term damage to the body.
PED arguably allowed Barry Bond transform fr When one athlete begins to fade physically the PED athlete can still sustain and perform if money, fame and glory are the driving force for these athletes to try and use PED’s then ultimately this trend will never stop. There will always be that one athlete who would want to create more separation from his peers and line his pocket more. The greed is another key factor in why PED’s should be banned. More importantly, as a role model for kids, young teens and athletes who strive to become athlete will be misled the message being sent to kids, you should use PED if you want to be successful as opposed to working hard and using your natural talent. Accepting reaching the ceiling of your skill level and being content with which ever level of success you achieve.
A Competitive sport is very good at a young age to keep children on a good road to no drugs so it will reduce the drug use in the world and they will be healthy so go against obesity. Competitive sports are good at a young age because if the children like the sport they can go and pursue it more. However competitive sports can also be bad because some children will experience permanent brain damage. So it can go both ways depending on the parent of the child or children. But schools should allow both competitive and noncompetitive sports in schools for example if they have competition that all students have to participate in.