In the article “The Benefits of Competitive Athletic Sports Participation in Today’s Sports Climate” made by Kirk Mango and states “Working toward a common goal is an integral part of the sports experience for athletes. It is through this experience that some grow into leaders and others into strong supporters, both of which a team will need to be successful.” This explains how sports are excellent for kids because leaders and supporters in the real world are needed to keep the world going. Children that are leaders can become big people in the world like a CEO, public speaker, and even a politician. If children learn that they are good leaders early in life they can develop their leadership skills to become the best person they can be.
Have you ever wanted to live an active and healthy life, as well as an improvement in grades? I believe youth sports will help all of those problems and many more. Most sports are team sports that also teach your child teamwork. Playing youth sports is a terrific experience for you or your child. There are many reasons why I feel that children should play youth sports.
My school placed much emphasis on the importance of co-curricular activities and sports has allowed me to gain skills that have deeply entrenched in me. Sports has inculcated in me the value of teamwork and it also served as a platform for me to make new friends. This resulted in an increase of social capital. In addition to having friends from academic classes, my social circle has widened due to the addition of friends made through sports. My life would have turned out differently if I came from a high-income family.
I feel I am more intrinsically motivated do do my best or to get certain things or rewards in life. I feel this way because I am often motivated to get good grades do I can get into a good college later on, or just for the satisfaction of doing well. Also, I am often intrinsically motivated to do my best when I run cross-country so I can earn medals and ribbons for my own enjoyment, not for the satisfaction of others such as my parents, relatives or coaches. When I feel intrinsically motivated I feel good about myself so I perform better in other aspects of my life and am more confident in myself. In the article "Extrinsic vs. Intrinsic Motivation: What 's the Difference?" by Kendra Cherry she says, "Intrinsic motivation involves engaging in a behavior because it is personally rewarding; essentially, performing an activity for its own sake rather than the desire for some external reward"(Cherry).
I do want to be and Physical Therapist myself , I want to become a PTA for my introduction into this world,I want to someday run my own physical therapy center. I want to go to CSU and major in sports science. I do want to work for a major sports team. I find that to be an exciting career to be in. that 's why I choose to become a PTA.
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).
To most kids and students, competitive sports are a gateway to blow off some steam or to have fun. To parents, the sports that their children play and the lessons that they teach are an important part of their development and life. Despite what many ‘experts’ would like you to believe, both of these statements are completely true. I believe that kids should be allowed to play competitive sports due to the health benefits, the lessons that they can teach, and as a result of the advanced equipment and rules that are focused on making sports safe, as well as the fact that sports can keep kids out of trouble. One extremely important reason that forces me to take the position that kids should be allowed to compete in competitive sports is the health benefits that children who play sports recieve.
For instance, the story of an autistic teenage boy named Jason McElwain who was 5 foot 6. Throughout his high school years, he was an assistant coach of a high school basketball team and got the chance to play in the last four minutes of the game and McElwain scored 20 points. (Estebon) This demonstrate the outcome of perseverance and the desire to strive for athletic goals. Furthermore, sports has an immense impact in our lives which at times could defines us.
Being a member of this team has given me more confidence than I ever thought a shy girl could attain. In addition to gaining confidence, I have learned to be humble. I train my mind and my body both on and off the field during the season as well as during the off season, but I still cannot take all the credit for what I accomplish in this sport. I have been blessed with a driven and quick-learning mind, a healthy immune system, and the body of an athlete. I also give credit to my coaches and to my teammates because I could never be where I am today if it were not for their inspiration and motivation.
Because of my values, I am determined to come to the best solution I can when dealing with challenging situations. I also use my determination to keep my place of work tidy and organized. I consider myself a reliable teacher and coworker. If any of the kids have any concerns or questions, they can rely on me to try my best to help them find the answer. If any of my coworkers ever need a favor, I am always willing to lend a hand.
"Walking enigma". That is what my closest friends think of me. I produce my best in any situation and I strive to break the limits that society tends to put on development and personal abilities, and yet after all this, I still have time to be involved in churches and the community and play sports and indulge in many other extra-curriculars. One may wonder how I get it done, but that is just me. I am Kode Williams, a self-motivated, goal-oriented individual with a hunger to be successful and a gripping motivation to better my society in ways I can be most effective, such as through sports and especially, software
College is often regarded as a time of exploration, a time to discover interests and passions that ignite a desire to seek sagacity in a field that will alleviate the burdens of others and fulfill one’s self wholeheartedly. It is essential to me that my college career allows me to strive for educational excellence and moral enrichment simultaneously. Through the Pre-Physical Therapy track it will be my focus to obtain an education to help others as I have been helped in the past. Restoring movement and functionality to someone’s life is deeply connected to SPU’s vision, for the work that physical therapists do is equally as transformative for the therapist as it is to the patient. To ensure someone receives the treatment they need to carry out the life they want is paramount
However, what really matters in the end is not the sport itself, but the heart. The Miracle League expresses the attributes of love and compassion that can’t be expressed any other way. This league makes dreams come true. Here is a list of what
The world tells us that a leader is strong, commands a crowd, and enacts visionary plans. While these characteristics are important, my experiences have shown me that a true leader is one who continually sacrifices—whether time, energy, or comfort—to create the magic for others. I continually strive to meet others’ needs, whether that means scheduling a second meeting to accommodate everyone, comforting a club member after they receive bad news, or making sure all of the kids are included when playing with my Little. Through this, it has been my goal to become both a better person and leader, while also inspiring others to do the
As my brother plays in his tournament for high school basketball I hear my mother screaming at him. She's telling him to try harder, run faster, rebound more, and to have fun. Although it is a tournament and everyone wants the team they are for to win, they also all want those boys to have fun. Sports aren't always about winning. Especially since these boys are still in high school, they're just kids.