Soccer is better for endurance because you are having to build up stamina, whereas Ballet is a stop-and-start aerobic sport.
Playing soccer directly relates to cardiovascular endurance. The act of running around during a soccer game, and the action of kicking the ball, is helpful as a cardiovascular exercise.
Muscular endurance and cardiovascular endurance
no it is not. Ballet is graceful and soccer is ruff.
because cardiovascular endurance is the most important component of fitness in soccer. a tough 90 mins of a game will require lots of energy. so if a player never gets tired in the full game and tries his hardest and will play very good and prob become the man of the match and that will show excellence!
cardiovascular system mainly, which will help with your aerobic endurance (also, depending on your situation, anerobic).Also, your muscular system. :)
Because soccer requires so much running, it works the heart and lungs and is thus a cardiovascular sport. It builds the endurance and strength of both organs which, as we all known, is very important to live healthy.
I play Soccer, Football, and run Track. Football you really dont need muscle endurance but for Track and Soccer you do.
Some soccer players do take ballet classes. I have a peer dancer who is a national soccer player and he takes ballet classes a few times a week. Other athletics such as football players have also been known to take a few ballet classes.
Boxing: It was a lot of weight training, and cardiovascular work. And has some sacrifices along with it. Soccer: Much of cardiovascular work, and some weight training (body weight recommended:Push-ups, sit ups etc.) You make the judgement. They are both very arduous and come with challenges such as any other sport. :)
There are many health benefits such as increased cardiovascular health, stengthening of muscles, improved coordination, and better problem solving capabilities.
Soccer is an excellent example
Soccer is great for both your body as you heart, it makes it beat for a long time increasing it's strength and your stamina, making a better soccer player.Yes. It helps build muscle on your feet and it helps build strength and endurance.
It is important because soccer players need a shitload of endurance to play
The only way you can get better is if youpractice practice practice. I play soccer and am getting accepted to professionals. and i know if you try hard your endurance will pick up :) so hang in there! ;) also advice if you can get a header in a goal that's great or a bicycle kick. ~ Jenny
so they can improve there foot work
soccer is great cardiovascular exercise because it involves lots of running
baseball, soccer, football, wrestling, and boxing
It can be argued that soccer is an endurance sport. Even though it's a timed team sport, players at the international level run up to 7 miles per match. Soccer players are some of the most fit athletes in the world.
Any type of interval training, quick sprints i.e. playing basketball or soccer. Look up interval training and not only will you have great stamina, you will burn a lot of fat and look good.
you can get better at playing soccer by practicing.
Soccer, you have to have much more endurance, you cant use your hands, and instead of only 5 defenders, there are 11.
It can actually help build your endurance because in soccer, you need to run alot without taking a lot of breaks.