Although some believes that sports should not be included in education, participating in sports can help students improve in behaviors and bring students to a better and brighter future in society. Therefore, sports should be a part of the curriculum in American high schools. Sports can help students develop good citizenship at school and also build a healthier body. Joining a sport team can help students improve students’ self esteem and health, these traits are really important for them because they need confident to do better in school. For example, “The National Federation of State High School Activity Associations promotes that ‘participation and sportsmanship’ in an effort to ‘develop good citizens through interscholastic activities which provide equitable opportunities, positive recognition and learning experiences to students while maximizing the achievement of educational goals.’” (source 2) This shows that sports can actually help students
Today, however, high school sports’ competitiveness and especially their importance have increased exponentially from the past. The intensity is so much higher than it used to be, no matter the age or sport. Coaches have become more serious and determined about developing their athletes to what they believe is their fullest potential. Another thing that has changed is that some parents feel the need to be their child’s coach off the field by adding their own training and advice. When it goes like this we start to feel like school work along with other activities have to make way for sports.
As a coach, I believe that coaching is “unlocking a person’s potential to maximize their own performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them” which was stated by John Whitman. I agree with this quote because as a coach I want to do what is best for each player individually. Therefore, I stress the importance of accountability, punctuality, discipline, but most importantly great sportsmanship. Every action or reaction of each person affects the entire team.
Kids will have fun on the field and off the field. The coaches will teach the players teamwork and how to work together which can also benefit in the classroom with the students and the teachers. These are just some of the many reasons that we should have a school football team. I feel that it 's good to give the students the opportunity to pursue their dream of being a professional football player. Having a school team will help them pursue that dream.
Introduction This essay is writing to show how Coach – Athlete (Golfer) relationship have an impact on coaching process and to entire lifestyle of both coach and golfer as also to identify potential conflicts and how to maintain them when it happens. It is vital the Golf Professionals to know how to manage and keep interpersonal relationship in high level, how to deal with conflicts and entire coach-athlete interactions. This paper consider and discuss the key facets of ‘3Cs + 1C’ model created by Sophia Jowett and the impact on the effective coach-athlete relationship as a core for an effective coaching, which is leading to success, both Athlete and a Coach (Fig.1)(PGA,2017). Fig.1 ftw.usatoday.com
In my netball career I am still competing at national team level. However, in my gymnastics career I had to stop earlier. This purpose helps me to inhibit some of the passion I have for the sport to my athletes. Together with this coaching principle I also hope that the passion I inhibit in my students will develop them to be skilful, have a positive attitude and a positive behaviour in order to teach others. Some things I learned in my coaching experience, in which I consider to be part of my coaching philosophy is to always reflect on the sessions I give to my students and athletes in order to better myself.
I realized that I wanted to be a coach when I was a little boy watching TV on the couch. I used to love watching Lebron James on Tv but then I lost interest in watching him because he was getting boring so I starting watching Stephen Curry and he is pretty exciting to watch, every game he does something to excite his fans and I think to myself like what if I had the opportunity to coach someone like him, so that's what made me interested in coaching. What I learned from researching is that there are no specific education requirements for high school coaches but most higher level coaches like college or NBA have a bachelor's degree in sports science, exercise, kinesiology, fitness, physical education or physiology. There isn't a
Whether it's football, basketball, cross country it's going to help the athlete grow and become mature. If the child doesn't like the sport they don't even have to do it anymore and they can only do it once. But every kid should do it because if they don't they could regret never doing to when they grow up and being in a sport is one of the best experiences a kid will ever have. A sports team is like a athletes second family, a band of brothers as the football team says and they will be there for you whenever you need them. The coaches are like the parents of the team and they will also be there for all of the athletes whether it's academically or if they need any kind of advice that theere in need of that they're to scared to ask their parents .
Also, many teenage athletes come from a rough home life. Playing a sport gives them hope that they can get away from the poor home life they grew up in. Just imagine if one kid can make the NFL, NBA, or the MLB. They have the opportunity to give
For me it was just a great opportunity to learn about what he did and what it took to be in that position. I took a lot of information away from this interview, which I will keep with me and it was a perfect way for me to take the first step into the pursing a sports management career. I believe that education is key and having a degree from a 4 year university like St. Mary’s will be what gets me in the door, but passion, hard work and a positive attitude will be what gets me the job. Then networking will be what will help me advance and succeed in building a