While she was in the military many things that she was taught and were drilled into her she “still carries today”. Tasha stated, “There is no fun things about Bootcamp, but meeting new people, meeting people from all over the country was enjoyable.” Although there was nothing “enjoyable” about boot camp she met new people that have made a great deal of impacts on her life today. She had learned many routines that she had to pick up closely that she ended up doing everyday. For example, she had to get used to the ten-mile marches that she had to do almost weekly and sometimes daily, with a fifty-pound rucksack on her back, and she never stopped even if she was injured she suffered through the pain and kept going. “My foot fell into a trench hole and I sprained my ankle really bad, but i had to still walk on it because we were doing a ten-mile walk thing with a fifty-pound rucksack on my back.” She also had to get used to her favorite and least favorite drill sergeants, “Drill sergeant Fleming was my least favorite she was...rotten, just rotten.” Although she had a mix of positive and negative experiences in the military each and every one of them have impacted her life immensely and still are.
As I had anticipated, those were some of the longest and most difficult weeks for me to endure. I could not have imagined anything could be worse than not being allowed to play for 6 weeks, but 2 weeks into my recovery, I received an invitation to try out for the soccer Olympic Development Program (ODP). Being invited to try out as an 11 year old was an honor, especially since I was the only player from my team to get invited. I was so ecstatic and frankly surprised, but then reality hit me hard. Considering my situation, how would I be able to play soccer with a cast on my arm after not having even touched a soccer ball for so long?
Our whole track team always did a free ten minute run around the school first at the beginning of practice, and then did some stretches and exercises together, and went off into “splits” if we had a field event to practice in. During some track meets I would always worry that in the events I would compete in, I would be dead last. I always feared the everyone- is- looking-at-me-because-I’m-dead-last experience during a race. But, in almost all my events, I always finished mostly first and sometimes second. Even though I was quite short and still am now, I was still always faster than some other competitors that I ran against all my events.
I observed Carol interacting with her teammates and coach at soccer practice for the observation portion of this case study. Her team is comprised of a dozen fifth through eighth graders, most of them hailing from a larger city of about 63,000, so she doesn’t know any of them from outside of soccer. Throughout the practice, which included several different kinds of drills to improve ball-handling skills, as well as a scrimmage at the end, Carol seemed to have a notably strong student-teacher relationship with her coach, but not so much with the other kids (this is possibly due to the fact that she has had the same coach for several seasons now, and many of the other players are new to the team). While she didn’t directly engage her teammates in conversation, she still was listening to their banter and laughing along. At one point during the practice, Carol jokingly told her
Their injuries are so similar because both sports require a ton of leg work to move from one position to another on the field. Marching band is physically tiring as well. After only a practice, “more than 95 percent of surveyed band members reported muscle soreness or stiffness…” and “more than 38 percent said they had suffered an injury as a direct result of participating in marching band”. (ACSM news) If this does not prove that it is physically challenging to one’s body then think
Nothing is more beautiful than helping others. The word help clearly states to give or provide what is necessary, to accomplish a task or satisfy a need; contribute strength or means to; render assistance to; cooperate effectively with; aid; assist. When I’m older and more capable I would love to be able to give my knowledge on the sport I love to people around the world who share the same interest as me. I 've always wanted to do this because growing up cheering was very difficult especially with three other sisters who all cheered. Cheerleading is a very expensive sport, my all-star cheer program varied from 5,000-7,000 dollars per year, per athlete.
My soccer team practiced four days a week and had two games every weekend in 2011. We worked hard for two and a half hours after school monday through thursday and rested after school on friday. We put in as much effort as we could and it was finally paying off; we had made it to the championship game at a very selective soccer tournament, the Michigan Coastal Soccerfest. We were playing one of the best team from Indiana. It was a scorching hot day where you would sweat even if you were just sitting outside.
How do you know? My psychomotor objective was the student will be able to kick and receive a soccer to a partner standing 30 feet away and make 8 out of 10 passes having the partner take no more than one step to receive the pass. My psychomotor objective was appropriate for the students I had because the students were not successful every time they tried the movement. However, toward the end of the lesson my students reached my psychomotor objective because the success rate was higher than when we began. 2.
Soccer is my life.Every weekend we travel all over Indiana and Ohio. But One Saturday morning my soccer team, my family, and I got up early for a soccer tournament in Ohio. The first game we played was a team called the Celtics at 8:30. The score was 1-0 we won. During the first five minutes of the 2nd half, we scored a goal.Also, the game was very physical people were getting shoved to the ground and kicked.
For example: you can get good exercise. Practices normally happen 3-4 days week and 1-2 hours long, that is about 3-6 hours a week of exercising. Youth sports can also have a huge impact on your life. Tyler Ward has been playing soccer his whole life. When he was 2 his mother enrolled him in a toddler soccer program.