Pros And Cons Of Competitive Sports
On of the pro is that it teach them how to play by the rules also it help them to learn to win and lose with grace. They learn how to trust them self so they won 't get hurt in the game. And they how to shake it off and get back in the game. And the kids will start to love the sport , and when they see the sport there eyes light up and when they want to play the sport. Also the kid can become very good playing the sport. And also they can play in highschool and if there really good they can play in college and after that they can play profal in the sport when they get older. And they learn how not to give up on your dreams and that you can become
anything that you can put your mind to it.
And the cons for playing a “dangerous sport for females is cheerleading is the most dangerous role for female athletes”,yet girls who suffer concussions also 66 percent and children should play dranges sport
catoptric sport injuries.that leave permanent disability long term medical condition among girls ( soutus”,2013). And football cons they can get chronic traumatic encephalopathy also they become brain disease” ( works,2014). But for sport there body can heal faster because they not fully …show more content…
And the sport cost money and they get to play against another team. And travel to different place and see the word and fond memories. Joining the team and that you can become anything that you can put your mind to it. And people are make sure that you 're in you are in perfect shape.also they learn leadership skills that sport teach them. Also the kid can become very good playing the sport. And also they can play in high school and if there really good they can play in college and after that they can play profal in the sport when they get older. sport they have to pass there class to play the sport.and if the parents Clearly, all the time that kids spend competing and that their parents spend with them on hasn 't forestalled the epidemic. It can 't help that for every extra hour kids who love to compete spend in uniform, they spend many more hours staring at a screen. In 2009, children spent more than 7/12 hours in front of some sort of media, from handheld devices to iPods to computers or TVs, according to the Kaiser Foundation(