The article, “What are the Benefits of Competitive Sports for Youth?” states that, “Positive experiences… can build confidence through achievement.” (Davis 4). This means that every time a child does well in sports, their confidence could boost. This is good especially in America because some children are lacking confidence. Also, “Sports:The Benefits of Competitive Athletic Sports Participation in Today's Sports Climate” states, “As a competitive athlete one will need to… develop internal skills for handling pressure.” (Mango 4). That internal skill?
Competitive sports can also benefit kids social skills. Sports help kids with their social skills because it gives them a chance to interact with kids there own age and lets them learn how to work together. They work with each other by coming together as a team or a unit to play the game they love. They learn to win and lose as a team and that can help them throughout their life because they are going to win and lose at life to but losing can benefit them in much more ways than winning because it 's how you come back and recover after losing and sports gives kids the opportunity to know what that is like. Sports can also help kids learn to interact and take direct orders from adults and how to follow directions.
Matthew Matuska October 14, 2016 7th period Analytical Essay How to Play Linebacker “There are sports and then there is football,” according to Coach Lorenzen. Everyone wants to be the quarterback, but on defense the linebacker is the quarterback. Linebackers are the people of the defense that stand behind the four guys that are on the ball. A read is when you watch what the offense does, if they show run you fill your gap and make the tackle. If the offense show pass you drop back and cover a wide receiver.
Make a swing without having a normal forward stride. HIGH KNEE DRILL- also called the toe tap drill, this can be done by balancing on your back leg. After that, bring your front foot at the back foot. Once your front foot touches the ground, make a step forward and release a strong swing. http://www.softball-spot.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/hitter.jpg Be In
Each coach challenged and set high standards for their players. Each coach raised the confidence of their players to achieve their goals. The achievement-oriented leadership demonstrated by each coach helped motivate the players to want to succeed. This showed the integration of supportive, achievement, directive and participative path goal leadership style. It is important as a leader to be flexible between each style to achieve the maximum positive outcome as proven by both
Competition is sports is how to show your hidden skills in many people. There are different needs to become a wise athlete and also there are many ways to become a good and great athlete. In our own abilities to be a good player. Competition is like a challenge in our life that whatever happens, we do not give up because the competition is just a challenge that, can we pass and move to the next round of competition. Like in our life we have many problems that can’t solve it immediately, but we can solve the problem slowly .Competition is good among athletes because it has great impact in self -discipline, attitude towards the opponent, and it can be the way to be wise athletes.
Kenny did a great job of breaking down the skill into smaller components. Kenny utilized cues such as “be in the ready position” and “make contact with your forearm”. He first implemented these cues while demonstrating the skill. This was a good strategy to use as the students were able to visualize the performance of the skill while hearing the cues. Kenny continued to remind the students of these cues throughout the lesson.
First, I spoke about a line-out, or the maneuver that requires a lift and jump to restart the play. B. Second, I spoke about a maul, or a group of individuals from both teams binding and pushing against each other upright. C. Last, I spoke about a scrum, a course of action that restarts the game when both teams crouch down for the opportunity to hook the ball. II.
Sports and physical activities generally are a major part of my life, and experience of various types of work has helped me to realise that this is where I would like to make my career, I’ve had an interest in coaching from watching and playing under youth team coaches and also first team coaches such as Coventry united Fc ,Coventry city Fc ,Chasetown fc, Luton town academy Fc and Strachan academy Fc I’ve been highly inspired by the work of the coach and staff at these teams, it helped me understand how coaches expectations influence an athlete’s success, at the beginning of any season, coaches are trying to get an idea of how each athlete can help the team succeed. They observe the number of factors, which seem to fall within 3 categories: personal cues, performance information and psychological characteristics. The experience also helped me to realise that coaches are influential life teachers, This kind of coach doesn’t just teach the skills, Tactics , techniques and strategy within the narrow confines of the sport. Instead they look for opportunities where the more important life lessons can be conducted such as mastering hardship, handling and rebounding from failures and setbacks, trusting your teammates, sacrificing individual needs to and for the benefit of the group also emotionally dealing with winning and losing, great sportsmanship, fair play, honesty and integrity and more. The reason for why I would like to take part in this course is because I believe