Dodgeball is a sport that has some complex things, but very basic things that everyone will understand . that ill explain all about it in very detail and interesting things. The sport has a lot of requirement , that they have to follow such as member in each squad or such as groups that I'm gonna explain, such as only allowed up to 6 members on both sides and lowest is 3 on both sides to start a game also the size of the balls is usually 8.5 inches and have 6 rubber balls , also a rule that if I had the ball for 10 seconds and longer you have to roll it to the other side. (mesoamerican) The game is all about knocking out the other side of the field sounds easy, but can be prove very difficult when it's all about strength in your arms also
Although my friends and I believe that competition is a great thing at school, some parents and schools are trying to argue that we should remove competition from school. They believe that kids can get hurt, but a child can get hurt just as likely to get hurt walking up the stairs as they are playing sports. Other people believe that a child’s self esteem is lowered when they lose. If a child doesn’t learn how to take loss then he or she will never be prepared in the real world. We have to allow these kids to compete
Children don’t tend to perform well in the field due to this pressure. I can relate to this idea as I have experienced this in my life once. My parents had high hopes for my brother. Once, on the day of the final match, my dad told him that he was sure to win and nothing could defeat him and his team. My brother got so much under pressure that he fainted before the game even started.
In “Children Need to Play, Not Compete.” Jessica statsky brought forward a pressing issue of competitive sports that has now become a part of our lives. Statsky claims that these competitive sports have a harmful effect on a child’s mind. The extreme physical pressure is quite damaging as well. The injuries children face can sometimes take forever to heal itself. These sport are planned according to the strength and age of an adult and child should not be put in the position to play by these standards.
If kids don’t work as a team then they are never going to get anything done because everyone is just going to be doing their own thing. This is just like having a job, if people do not know how to work with other people, then nobody is going to get anything done, and they will not
In “children Need to Play, Not compete,” Jessica Statsky talks about the damaging effects on children when they are forced to participate in of sports designed for grownups. These sports are designed keeping in mind the standards of professional practice which become a lot of burden for young kids. Being exposed to this kind of sport puts the fragile bodies in distress. Jessica further says that nowadays the only object to play sports has shifted to winning and defeating the other team. Due to this reason the essence of sport is lost for example learning to play and work together as a team, maintain a healthy body image and collaboration with members the other team.
I realized that the more you made the other teamplayer run the faster they got tired and got less energy to hit the ball. This helped me stay in the same area without stressing too much whilst placing the ball on the other side of the court for my partner. During our unit for PE regarding pickleball I improved throughout the games, I started to enjoy the game. I personally enjoy singles way more than doubles because there is more control to where the ball hits and there is less pressure of not letting your partner out. There is also the issue of miscommunication with a partner.
“We need to get involved in the UIL of the public school system or at the very least introduce racquetball to the school system as a club sport with competition between schools. We need to have delegations approach the clubs to encourage them to not take out racquetball courts or to add courts to their facilities. “Our state organization needs to make a push to encourage more players to offer their time to promote and teach juniors. At tournaments there has to be a push for parents to bring and enter their kids in tournament, be it sending invitations to the parents, giving breaks in family entry fees, offering activities for the kids on Saturday night to entertain and add extra fun not just racquetball, highlight the junior division play so other kids not participating might get interested. Have short training camps during the tournament for juniors.
I also believe that giving no homework is not good. I believe this, because if they do not give away homework then they will not get to review at home what they learned at school. Also if we do not have homework students will not learn how to be responsible. They will not know how to take homework and give it back when they need to. This is why I believe that we should give students homework.
It could lead so many things it could make you lose a game you can get fined. You can get kicked out a lot of space like say if you got a basketball game and you in the crowd being loud and rude to the player you can get kick out the game for no having good sportsmanship. In this case if you do what she did you can get kicked out the game and suspend for a few game and you could hurt you team and your team mate at the end of the day. Never lose your focus in a game it could be the worst thing ever do therefore you should never fight in a game of basketball or any other sport you play. I ask after the game why she hit here in the her face she said because it was her last game and she was talking trash about her the whole game.