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    in soccer might not be as high, my ability to play soccer might not be as high, and the connection between my friends and family might not be as high. The series of FIFA video games was created by Electronic Arts (EA) Sports. The first FIFA video game was released in 1993 and was called FIFA International Soccer. EA Sports has created many different sports video games. They include Madden NFL (American football), PGA Tour (golf), and NHL (hockey). Madden NFL is the most popular sports video game in the United States with FIFA close behind and gaining popularity very rapidly. FIFA has been passing many videogames in order to be the second most popular in the world including NBA most recently. There were at least nine different soccer videogames before the first FIFA video game that greatly influenced the…

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    is really scary. When it occurs in an organized sport that is supposed to be a safety haven for an enjoyable activity then it can be a tragedy. If the proper equipment is utilized then the risk of injuries decreases and safety is improved. Children or teen-agers that get injured while playing an organized sport may benefit from rules and regulations that are designed to protect players. Many of the injuries that can occur are very dangerous, sometimes even life-threatening, and can possibly…

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    profession is commonly known as ‘eSports’, but I would argue that it qualifies as a regular professional sport due to demands on the human mind and body, the viewer base, and player as well as team sponsorships. “But they’re sitting down!” you might say, “its just a game!” you might say. But rowers sit down.…

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    SIGNIFICANCE OF SPORTS Sport is vital in our life. It is prevalent among individuals of all ages because it helps them to stay in shape. Various individuals who go in for sport have a lot of preferences in a relationship with the individuals who don 't care for the game. Sports are vital for success in everyday of our existence. Sport is an essential part of life today. Sports keep us stable and fit. It offers us a change from regular life exercises. Games enhance our mental quality and keep us…

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    1. Averee has not had the smoothies that often, but claimed that she liked them because the fruit was fresh. The fruit may be fresh, but I feel that she also likes the smoothies because her boyfriend enjoys them so much. She is reminded of him while she has one. The fresh fruit also gives her extra energy to start her day. She has liked them so much that she even makes them at her home. She does not get all of the fruits that the cafeteria has, but can still make a great smoothie. Before going…

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    The purpose of this review is to discuss the literature on national physical literacy interventions aimed at youth. The first section will address the definition of physical literacy (PL) and its philosophical roots, and the second section will develop the use of PL to guide several national sport and athletic performance development programs in youths, particularly in Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom (UK). The final two sections provide a summary of evidence related to physical…

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    Between the ages five and eighteen, 66% of boys and 52% of girls play organized sport in the united states (Statisticbrain.com). Families in the American society place a significant value on sports and many of their lives revolve around it. From attending professional sports games to a child’s little league practice, it is so important that it cannot be missed. My view on sports is very similar to the functionalist point of view. I place a high value on the concept of competition, achievement,…

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    has remained constant over the years, sports. The Super Bowl, World Series, Olympics, and many other sporting events are considered equal to holidays in the eyes of most Americans. Sports provide a safe haven for fans, a shot in the dark that the underdog will win, in the simplest terms a sense of hope. What about the athletes? As fans it is easy to be the one yelling at the television when your favorite wide receiver does not make the catch, but what about him? Pause for a second and think…

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    “In what way did organized youth or college sports play a role in your life and your relationship to sports today? How do you think those experiences would be different if you were trying to play sports in a Gilded Age? Why?” I love that we had to compare the Gilded Age to youth or college sports we played in our life and how it affected our life. I don’t think I could handle living in the Gilded age. I am not the type of girl that wears dresses all the time, so I would be miserable in a dress…

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    Football and Basketball are very popular sports and played in different parts of the world. There are some similarities between the sport with the biggest one being they are a sport and played with some type of ball. The balls used in each sport are filled with air and made of leather. Another common similarity is they are timed sports and use referees. Each sport has its own professional team located in different cities in the United States and draw many fans to the games each year. The two…

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