Sports can teach children teamwork and give them a sense of pride and accomplishment. At the same time, they can teach children to accept losing as part of competition, so that they're not constantly hurt by it. Some kids who don't play sports aren't such "good sports," so to speak. Learning to lose is part of learning to win.
Of course sports are also exercise. Kids need an outlet for their energy. And a child who learns physical fitness when they're young may carry some of that through their entire lives.
Also Football provides a physical outlet too. I am not against soccer, but football allows kids who nurture wounds of anger towards their parents or somebody else to take it out on something or someone. Wheras in soccer you can play with emotion and play with a chip on your shoulder but it doesnt provide the physical outlet of shoving or pushing or putting a big hit on someone like football does.
yes,in track you compete in sports just as you compete in other sports like football
Playing sports and playing Olympic games!
Playing or doing sport helps you to get fit, it makes your muscles stronger and developes a healthy lifestyle
Some of the major health benefits of playing baseball is that it allows you to get both moderate and vigorous exercise. It works many different muscle groups such as the thighs, arms, and lower legs.
You meet new people. You can use it to hone your skills for the future. It keeps you in shape.
Its a great uperarm work out and theres some strategy and if you like team sports its a great fun not terribly hard game.
Some benefits from playing basketball are better fitness, heart healthy,and muscles.
benefits are you get to sport first of all. have fun. improve skills. make more friends. get along with others. better lifestyle. have pride in yourself. It also helps you stay fit and active!:)
Playing sports offers children more than just physical benefits. Sports typically help kids academically and socially as well. The benefits are the same whether or not your child actually excels at the sport. Although if they are really good they will probably want to continue playing when they are older. If your child isn't good enough to play competitively on a school team try signing them up for a city league or encourage them to just go shoot some hoops with their friends or church group. Read on for ten ways playing sports and can benefit your child. Referenced from the link below
I love sports especially softball and track!! I guess i consider myself very active...benefits of sports are you get plenty of exercise and stay in shape, but when you get older and stop playing you're probably going to gain alot of weight if you don't do some kind of exercise concidering your body is so used to being active....another benefit of playing sports you could get a good scolarship to a college if you're good:)