The Importance Of Playing Sports
Kids need time to just be kids with imaginations and recesses and swing sets, before they are faced with the decision of whether to commit to a competitive sport or not. If deciding whether a child should get involved in organized sports or not, think about what the child would lack without all these advantages and benefits for the future. Why would one not sign their child up for a recreational sports team with all the possible given advantages a child could have? Even without the enticing benefits of sports, I can honestly say that there is an unexplainable, gratifying contentment to the regular exercise that the sports I play entail, and I would not give this satisfaction for …show more content…
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