soccer cleats are shoes for soccer if anything they protect ur feet but that's not what theyr for............
Playing soccer you can use any part of your body but the hands and arms.
no directly but when you are playing soccer you are being active and this is good for your body as a whole.
Of course. Exercise is when you get your body moving.
playing soccer can build muscles and make you get short of breath. it cause nausea when hit in certain areas
You can't master soccer. You need to have the body fitted where you are playing.
The drawbacks of playing soccer mostly relate to the physical aspect of the game. People are likely to get injured at some point during their career, and it is also hard on the body to run as much as soccer players do.
you can use any part of the body as long as it is not your hands or arms(up to the elbow).
It gets ur body pumped and u have a good time playing
The human body is composed of muscles (and all else). When you use those muscles they need oxygen. Playing "soccer" raises the muscle usage. Alas, you get tired!
There are a number of reasons for having kids wear soccer cleats. Shoes (or boots, if you're from the other side of the pond), with their integrated cleats, provide traction for accelerating and maneuvering on the field. Anyone who is running and changing speed and/or direction as constantly as a soccer player will benefit enormously from the advantage afforded by cleats. And if a kid is going to keep playing as he turns into an older kid, a highschool kid, a college kid and/or a professional soccer player, he's gonna be wearing these at every game. Might as well get used to them. Though the shoes can be a bit uncomfortable at times, especially in the beginning, a reasonably good pair will provide adequate support and become fairly easy to wear. There are some safety issues regarding the cleats. Players (and officials, but that's another story) can get hung up a bit because of them, and then they twist something or trip and fall. Ouch! But players who are wearing shoes without the cleats can slip and fall big time when trying to play the game without the traction benefits of soccer shoes. (Especially on grass, and even more so on grass that is wet!) That hurts, too. The performance advantages have generally been judged to outweigh (and by far) the extra burden of having to get the littler kids to wear them and to learn and deal with the risks the cleats impose. The hazards posed to other players by someone wearing cleats are pretty straight forward. Ask older players if they've ever had a collision where they ended up coming away with a cleat mark on a body part. Chances are good they have. But we generally play with our cleats down, and besides, the rules (Laws of the Game) require that tackles be made with the shoes (cleats) down. That's a specific burden placed on the players to minimize the possibility of injury to an opponent. If a player slides in to make a tackle and aims one of his cleats at his opponent's leg and ends up spiking him, it almost certainly will result in discipline from the referee. A caution is probably guaranteed, and it isn't hard for the official to justify a red card and the subsequent send off for that offending player who deliberately (or even inadvertently) lifts his cleats in a tackle. But little kids are not allowed to slide tackle anyway. Oh, and someone has to buy the cleats, too. Don't forget that. The good news is that a lot of soccer clubs, especially recreational ones, have shoe swaps. And there are thrift stores and second hand sports stores. There are a lot of good used shoes out there. What little kid doesn't outgrow his shoes before he wears them out? Don't forget to pick up a can of spray shoe disinfectant. It's that stuff like they use at the bowling alley. Anyway, little kids should be wearing soccer cleats when playing soccer. The risks are minimal, and can be managed by the player, the coach and the officials. As to the benefits of cleats? No "real" soccer player, young or old, recreation or competitive, would dream of playing in a match without them. Lastly, there's this. What soccer kid is gonna wanna play the game without the proper shoes, the shin guards, the long socks and the uniform? I've never met one. Ever.
Antigens do not protect the body from disease. Antibodies protect the body from many diseases.
one of them is the Respiratory system because thats the system that provides energy for your body
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I'm looking for the best body stats of a soccer player. As Chstiano Ronaldo is one of the best soccer players, he is supposed to have the best body stats for soccer.
how does the human immune system protect the body ?
For all these sports the muscles of the legs are needed.
fifa soccer was founded in 1904
Of course it needs! Running shoes can protect us from some unnecessary injuries during exercise and can better protect our body. You can buy all kinds of sports shoes at FashionTIY at reasonable prices and good quality.
How does B cells specifially protect the body against disease?
well your body might hurt after a few games you might also lose your breath while playing the game
the body protect itself when such an accident happen by it's recovering materials that can protect it from any accident .