Training regularly provided me with a sense of refreshment and satisfaction of covering my daily goals. Exercising has had a positive effect on my mental health as it deviated my focus away from stress and moved towards improving my lifestyle, this allowed me to prioritize my work according and finish them on time. Physically, training has helped me transform in aspects of my increase in height and decrease in weight. It has also allowed my immune system to build stronger and train my cardiovascular system to pump blood at higher rates to have higher stamina levels. Training everyday has allowed me to participate in various soccer tournaments in high school which increased my motivation to work harder and reach higher rankings.
This teaches both good work ethic and responsibility because these individuals learn how to productively manage their time. Time management is an essential part of being successful. Exceptional athletes would rather be an hour early than a minute late. This greater supports the argument because down the road this could just as easily be a job interview and because of the habits that have been acculturated through playing sports, they will make a good impression and most likely beat out their competitor. Professional writer, researcher, and lecturer Michael Casey conducted two studies and concluded that “Past participation in high school sports helps youngsters develop a host of crucial skills which give them a leg up as they enter the work world and achieve success for decades afterward” (Casey).
I want to be the best runner I can possibly be and I am willing to work hard and push past barriers in order to accomplish this goal. Whenever I am struggling with a workout I think of my goals to motivate myself to continue to work hard. I am a very goal oriented person with everything
Training for derby was and still is not easy, and sometimes I want to skip endurance or not go to the gym. It is especially hard to feel motivated when I’m tired. But my passion for skating drives me through the hard parts, and even allows me to enjoy them. Passion is a wonderful motivator, but sometimes there is work that I need to do that isn’t enjoyable.
The first step in my routine, is putting on my girdle. A girdle usually carries hip pads, thigh pads and a butt pad to protect all those spots on my body. It is typically restricting around my legs and butt so it does not fall. A girdle can look a little abnormal with the pads in it, but it is well worth wearing in the long run. A Girdle is one of the many pieces of equipment I do not mind putting on because it protects my body and prevents injuries.
While doing these exercises, remember that: • Muscles can gain both the endurance and the strength needed for everyday activities through controlled exercises. • Complete these exercises only as told by your health care provider, physical therapist, or athletic trainer. • You may experience muscle soreness or fatigue, but your pain or discomfort you are trying to address should never worsen during these exercises. If this pain does get worse, stop and make sure you are following the directions exactly. If the pain still happens after making any changes, stop the exercise until you speak with your health care provider.
Nothing is ever given to you in life and if you want to achieve your goals, you must challenge yourself past your limits. While running is an individual sport, the team is so important to becoming a better athlete and person. The team challenges you to be your best and has become the biggest competitor for me. My teammates inspire me to work harder and push me to run faster in every meet and practice. This type of competition is positive because I want my teammates to succeed and they want to see me accomplish my goals.
A Coaches Life A coach’s life is all about building a legacy to grow into. Building the legacy isn’t a very easy thing by any means and in all reality it can be challenging. That’s why many time the success of a coach can’t really base on the winning aspect of the game. Granted winning is very important, but winning can be difficult at times based a talent coaches may have. That’s why success of coaching is based on building a legacy.
On the track team we share similar goals in the track and field community. There are a lot of goals too set when you’re on the track team. I and my team all have personal records that we set after a race and when it’s time for the next race we set a goal to beat the last record. We also have the same goal of reaching the state and city championships. Only the best makes it too the championships and it’s our goal to get
Additionally, sports are extremely important in building one’s character through hard work, learning to work with others on a team and by learning how to cope with the joy of winning and the inevitability of losing. One thing to know about any sport is that there is no free ride. You earn recognition, all your playing time, and a starting position through hard work. I grew up playing all kinds of different
To strengthen the hamstring there are many different exercises that will slowly have a strengthening impact on the muscle but won’t push it so much that the healing process is set back. A basic strengthening exercise is the seated hamstring curl. This is when the patient places and secures a resistant band to their foot and the other end is either held or attached to a fixed point. They would then pull their heel into their buttocks meaning the hamstring muscle will contract. To begin with the patient should aim to carry out 3 sets of 8 reps and then build the amount