Imagine your best friends making the school soccer team and you getting cut, because your “not ready” or there is “no room”. Trust me been there done that, the most regretted thing about school sports for many are tryouts. Tryouts are the worst thing about sports, they bring nothing but more stress to your plate. It is understandable that everyone can not make the team but it is a terrible thing to cut children by telling them they did not have enough room on the team or are not ready to be on it. Students should not have to tryout for school sports.
Commanders take kids in their prime learning stage and drill bad habits into their heads. Some believe that kids should just walk free without any questioning. Many children are told to kill or be killed. Many children are scared for their life and only want to live. As a community we don't understand that their are so many kids that they are coming in like an endless flood.
Kids leave sports for reasons not just because it was a bad sport. Most kids leave because of the added pressures to win. Most kids play sports to learn how to play the right way, and to have fun. If someone could find the bliss between the two, youth sports would be the best thing that ever happened to the world. There is such thing as healthy competition.
Various groups of young children all around the world are wasting their time and even money on certain, nonessential games that aren’t worth it. Not all games are worth playing because, they lower some of the students’ confidence levels, encourage the stronger players to pick on the weak, leaving them without any chance to play, and the weak can’t defend themselves through all of it. Article, Position on Dodgeball in Physical Education by NASP and television clip from Freaks and Geeks both address/display the unimportance of one of these games, dodgeball. These reasons provide more than enough proof to eliminate these useless games for good. Most of these unnecessary games lower other's’ confidence in themselves.
While it is true that becoming a champion could be pressurizing to a younger child, wanting to be the best around at something is something that carries on even outside of sports, into life. We should be expecting kids to want to compete to win, not just to be participating. To be the winner of a sport will give you the mental mindset to be the best at other things later in life, such as being the best at their job, or being the best in school. One way that participation trophies could actually work is if each award was given to the child player with a purpose. The coach stating each players strength on the team as they hand them the award could give a powerful message to the children, showing them that they have control over their success.
According to Madisen Martinez “Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) tournaments require an extended period in which the student-athletes must miss school.” They skip class for the game to win tournament that they work so hard to get to. College Students Athletes is a full time job, they go to weight training to classes and then to the film room to the practice and finally to the game. (Martinez) The whole time they are getting ready for basketball and not much of school work. Some of the basketball things they do is mandatory and they have to go to it. If they have mandatory stuff in basketball then why do put in the class times so they skip classes, shouldn't they make where they do not skip classes.The college athletes use most of their time at basketball
The core values of sports have been entirely lost ever since the idea of winning has taken over our generation. Sports are no longer consider a positive activity in the growth of child rather they do more harm than good. For example, the mere method of selection is so though that the children refrain from even applying and the one who try out are left disappointed when the coaches pick the ones that already know how to play like a professional. Even those children who show the potential of doing great with a few training session are rejected because the coaches are unwilling to devote their time and energy. I agree with Jessica that these children get depressed and never try out again without ever knowing what talents they can possess with a little
Kids have grown to love sports over the years but many parents worry about their children’s scholarship. In many argument essays, people state that the entertainment kids are so fond over can have an effect on students graduation. Therefore, school sports should be removed because exercise activities take away the chance of students doing their school work, they cost too much, and not having these athletics will mean kids won't be distracted anymore. Many parents think their kids spend too much time focusing on sports than they do with their work. In 2012, 80 percent of the students in Premont Independent District passed their classes (Ripley 10).
But now I know that basketball is not about waiting for the shot,it's about how you get the shot. I sucked, I probably only scored about 6 points in the whole season. I thought I would get better every day at practice. But I didn't because everything I did at
This is an example of when I was younger and got hurt during a sport and they did not let me play, I was absolutely devastated. This has become a big debate around the world weather kids should be allowed to play their sports or if it is too dangerous. Some people believe that kids should drop the sports for safety reasons. However I believe these kids should participate in whichever sports they choose because 1- They are kids and kids are suppose to have fun. 2- Everyone gets hurt every once in awhile and 3- It will maybe toughen the kids up so when they get older they could maybe go professional.