This means Baokaw Pro. Pramuk. Also, boxers hard practice for their boxing skills and have to do something that is against both the rules and the responsibilities to be a good famous boxer who is accepted by a lot of people just as the case of Park Ji-na. Additionally, many people, especially children and teenagers, who love boxing or watching the boxing competition may imitate wrongly to injure other people and cause crimes. The young can misinterpret the boxing’s philosophy and apply it wrongly, which is not good for them as young people, who were stated at Carina Storrs’s article, have less critical thinking than adults.
Hollywood has set some unrealistic expectations about boxing and in the majority of their movies that portray the sport. Movies like “Million Dollar Baby”, and “The Fighter” all glorify the boxing element, and make the audience want to pick up a pair of gloves and start fighting. Boxing is showcased to be a violent sport with lots of passion, and strong victories, but Hollywood is less able to show the emotional side of the sport. However Joyce Carol Oates’ “Golden Gloves” succeeds at creating a narrative about a young man’s emotional journey into adulthood through the lens of boxing. Joyce Carol Oates’ short story “Golden Gloves” has many parallels between life, childbirth, and boxing.
This article continues to talk about how the people who are watching know exactly what is going on unlike before advanced medical knowledge, when we didn’t know a lot about concussions and other injuries. Those in the stands at football games know that when each play begins, someone is bound to get hit, and that each hit causes at least a little damage. Football isn’t intended to hurt people, but to get the ball to the end of the field and during this process, people can get hit and hurt. The problem with some sports like boxing, the whole intent is “...to knock his opponent down, stunning him so severely that he can not regain his feet before the referee counts to ten”(Grabianowski). Many
Mike Tyson some would say the greatest heavy weight champion ever for his power and dominance of the sport of boxing at age 20 years old he set records amazed many and seemed unbeatable .When people think about Mike Tyson they think about Power, Speed, Defense, and Combinations. When people think about boxing they think about knockouts, blood, and punches that can bring serious damage in the future to a person. Well Mike Tyson was known just for that he was even ranked No.1 as hardest hitter in heavyweight history. Coming into the boxing world Tyson won two junior Olympic Gold medals in 1981 and the following year in 1982 he also won both of those matches by Knock Outs(Are, Jackee. "5 Reasons Why Mike Tyson Is the Greatest Boxer of All-Time."
In “Children Need to Play, Not Compete”, Jessica Statsky tries to highlight the growing issue and destructive effects of the competitive sports. These sports are fabricated keeping the age and standards of an adult which make them unsuitable for children. These sports have a negative impact on a child’s health as a whole. The body and the mind are both equally. Developing bodies of the children suffer a great deal because of the extreme physical activity demanded by the competitive sports.
Sibling rivalry also has positive effects- it can be a positive force that encourages children to push themselves further than they would normally do by themselves. It can also teach them key life skills about sharing and working with others. However, just because sibling rivalry is common, doesn 't mean it isn 't serious. When a rivalry goes on for too long, it can often turn into bullying, especially if the siblings are close in age. Being bullied by a sibling is much more difficult as you have to see them everyday, and parents or teachers are less likely to take bullying seriously if the children involved are related.
By taking drugs this is a common way of cheating themselves into being better athletes than taking the hard way through work and dedication. For instance, much like students cheating on their tests or having someone else do their work, athletes who break their character and accountability by doing this are only hurting themselves. Although not all athletes do drugs, those who do have bodies that tend to perform at high levels due to the strong effects from the drug. Most athletes are hard workers, but there are a few so-called athletes who use performance enhancing drugs to improve their game which is illegal. Performance-Enhancing-Drugs (PED) takes advantage of the athletes and their bodies causing more muscles to increase in size and the bloods oxygen capacity.
These sports also exert great pressures on the mind and body of the children. The author says that competitive sports become a job rather than a fun activity for children. As the focus of these sports is entirely winning, many children are devoid of playing due to lack of the skills. This enforces immense mental and physical pressure on the children. The author suggests that the sports should focus on providing equal opportunity to every child and should be
The lure of athletic scholarship can be harmful due to kids training their whole life and then not receiving one can cause toxic and harmful behaviors in kids and adults. According to CNBC, when parents dream of being an athlete is pushed onto their children, this can create a serious problem in kids. They say that the parents constantly forcing children to be the best and become “D1 bound” and the child not succeeding in getting a sports scholarship, can cause depression, and even suicidal thoughts. Even with a sports scholarship, how is life in college with
Most people say that youth competitive sports are bad because they push children too far and whatnot. However, people commonly overlook the life skills acquired by doing these said sports. Youth competitive sports are sports that youths do, usually taken seriously and the youth have a record. Although youth competitive sports can push children to their limits, sports