Group 6 (Vincy & Iris): Participation in sports is necessary for…
Group 6 (Vincy & Iris): Participation in sports is necessary for teenagers' personal development.
Football and concussions go hand in hand which can have life-long side effects
Flips, pyramids and jumps can have catastrophic results
Teenagers are exposed to other who may exhibit undesirable behavior in both practice and competitions and may learn them
Such as yelling, cursing or violence in response to self-anger or anger at a referee or other player
Participation in sports requires a significant time commitment from children. Practices, travel to and from competitions and the events themselves all take time away from children's daily activities.
While exercise is important, these activities should not take away from sleep, meals or school.
Young athletes may feel undue pressure from parents, coaches or other players to compete in sports they are not interested in pursuing.
children may place excessive amounts of pressure on themselves to perform at a level they are not comfortable with. Participation in sports may then lead to a higher level of day-to-day stress that impacts other aspects of their lives such as sleep or school.
1.Improve social skills
While doing team sports such as football and volleyball,they will learn the team spirit and communicate with their teammates
Participation in sports support the healthy growth of the heart, lungs, muscles and bones.
It improves agility, coordination and balance.
3.Self-esteem and confidence
Teenagers who play sports have more positive body images than those who are sedentary
Easier to gain a sense of accomplishment, which helps shape self-esteem
4.reduce pressure and stress with sports
Exercising is a natural way to loosen up and let go of stress.