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    so-called "sports teams" do not go beyond being sports groups, since they do not have the same principles or values, they are linked by an objective and in several cases not even that; some play to earn a salary, that is to say they train and if they take them into account in the…

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    2017 Individual Sports versus Team Sports Is a person a better competitor when they play an individual sport or team sport? Individual sports encompass self-reliance, self-motivation, and responsibility. Examples of individual sports include: swimming, gymnastics, and boxing. On the other hand, team sports consist of a joint effort, players holding each other back, and owning up to the mistakes as a team. Examples of team sports include: basketball, baseball, and football. The biggest…

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    Co-Ed sports teams consist of athletes of both genders. These types of teams are typically only available for the younger kids, but what if it was an option for the older players too? Having the option to play co-Ed sports could be a massive push in the right direction for both the children involved, and the reputation of the school promoting it. The school would likely be the only one in town offering the student athletes a fun and healthy way to learn to work with others, relieve themselves…

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    If you’ve ever been a part of a team sport as a child or teenager , you know the perks and stresses that go along with it. You are pushed to always work hard and train right. However, some believe that all team sports do, is promote violence and aggressive competition. That opinion although is very weak considering how much competition there is out in the real world, with real jobs, and competitive people. Involvement in teenage and youth team sports has more positive effects on kids because the…

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    Everyone enjoys going to a little league baseball game or watching the team play football on a Friday night. However, many people are wondering if schools and little leagues should let boys and girls play on the same team. Though it may seem there is a simple answer there are many reasons that boys and girls should not play on the same team. Such being that some players may have an advantage on the field and that it’s simply less comfortable for boys and girls to play on the same team. Among…

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    Jackson (basketball executive, former coach and player) once said, “Good teams become great ones, when the members trust each other enough to surrender the “me” for the “we”.” This quote proves that when teammates work together as one team, they achieve more than they would working alone, by themselves. Participating in team sports does help to build character. In the article, “Team Sport Build Character” by JuniorC, it shows great examples and reasons of why team sports build up teamwork and…

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    The Jamaican Bobsled team became famous in 1988 Olympics when they represented Jamaica which is a tropical place that doesn’t get any snow and is always the right temperature. They were seen as an underdog in a winter sport. The team struggled in the 1992 Olympics in France. In the 1994 Olympics the team stunned the world by landing in 14th place ahead of the United State, Russia, And France. Since then, Jamaica has expanded their team and now competes with both talented men and women in the…

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    Introduction Two sports medicine team members were interviewed. They were interviewed to find similarities and differences between their roles within sports medicine, particularly from real life situations of athletic and fitness injury management. Interviewee #1 1. What is your job title? Her job title is physical therapist. 2. What is your job setting? She works in an outpatient clinic at Nova Southeastern University with people ages 14-55 and also in hospital dealing with acute care…

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    naturally to children. In “Children Need to Play, Not Compete,” author Jessica Statsky argues that participation in competitive team sports is damaging to a developing child. In contrast, the paper “Children’s Development Through Sports Competition: Derivate, Adjustive, Generative, and Maladaptive Approaches” by Hong Suk Choi, Britton Johnson, and Young K. Kim brings to light many of the aspects that show the developmental benefit of sports competition. Contrary to what Statsky purports, sports…

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    Playing sports is a wonderful thing, and if you are on a sports team you get to travel to different places and meet new people. Sports are good for a lot of things, for example; you are exercising in a fun way, and you can hang out with friends. Playing sports are a great way to learn many skills that you are applicable to life, and it is one of the best way to learn sportsmanship. Playing sports in high school not only gives a break from studies, but also gives incentive to get good grades so…

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