Football teaches commitment because it is like a family or huge community pushing you to do good, to succeed, to be responsible, to be committed. Football you are committed in many ways such as showing up to practice, showing up to games, trying your hardest at every practice and game. “Our young men need to regain a sense of responsibility, loyalty and commitment. The most important of these being commitment.” Football lessons learned from Football. Commitment is the most important quality and lesson learned in football because it is great to have on and off the field.
The career I want to do when I get older is football. There are so many reasons why football is a good fit for me and here they are. Football means a lot to me I've been playing it since 3rd grade and I have made so many memories and loved every second of the games and practices. I have made so many friends that I will never forget. Also, I always play 100% in each and every game no matter if we win or lose.
The true beauty of football is the lifelong brotherhood you make and all the life lessons I have learned. The parallels between life and football are unimaginably ridiculous. I have become an exceptional leader through all the years being Quarterback and being a captain. Taking my leadership and using it in many aspects such as Freshman Focus and Peer Leading, when I pass down lessons to freshman and to fifth graders, as well as National Honor Society, where I volunteer in the community. Also, from all of the physical and mental strain I put myself through I came out a better man by learning to preserve and never give up.
Did you see that Catch?My son just scored! In this letter I 'll be telling you why kids should play football. Kids should play football because they need the outdoors and some fresh air everyday for 60 minutes. Kids May get hurt but it will get kids really fit and get prepared for the NFL or high school. It is very likely for a fomor little league player to be in the NFL because they get the training to be in the real leagh so they can be good and ready.
Once I joined the team everyone welcomed me in like a family member and I knew my football team would always be there for me. During my time on the football field the most important thing that I’ve learned is how to be a leader. With all the upperclassmen around me setting great examples for me it was a real
Any football player could tell you that their career goal is to make it to the league, and that is it. Although, I too share this same goal—I want to take it further than just the league. I have been playing this sport for majority of my life, it has become more then just a sport to me: it has become a way of life. The joy I get when I put on my pads, the rush of adrenaline I received walking on to the field on game day, and just the thrill of the game is enough to make me do this for a lifetime. Realistically, that isn’t possible.
Coach Boone had a mandatory or highly encouraged training camp set up prior to the football season. At this training camp players bonded and learned to trusted one another no matter what the color each teammate. Many hardships followed the training camps, but only from the other side of the ball and socially. Other teams that were not integrated still showed their biases, but this did not stop the Titans. As they continued to win on the field the community and families accepted change and embraced it.
If I have to choose a favorite sport it would have to be football. Football is physical hard-hitting contact sport that is full of excitement rooting for my home team the New York Jets. Back in 1997 is where I developed a full interest; watching and playing football at a young age. I have played fullback and linebacker both positions took a lot of hard work, conditioning, and practice to execute my performance on the field. My whole life all I ever wanted to be was a football player.
Remember the Titans Film Review Remember the Titans is a classic movie based on a true story based in 1971 Alexandria, Virginia; about the struggles this newly integrated high school football team endure. This movie portrays many leadership themes throughout the movie; authentic, situational, and path-goal. (AUTHENTIC) One player who quickly emerges as a leader is Gerry Bertier; standing out for his personality and traits. He is team captain, passionate about everything he does and wants the best for not only the team as a whole but also the players as individuals. Throughout the film, his passion and love for the game are very noticeable, as well as his love for his teammates and coaches.
Looking back, I have figured out that my parents are my biggest supporters, and know what is best for me. I am glad I listened to them because it led me to cross country. One of my goals is to focus on improving my personal times. Cross country has shaped me into a stronger athlete, a supportive teammate, and ultimately, a