What sports can teach you, books cannot and vice-versa.
This saying is as true as the words, sports has such an impact on a child that they not only practice fitness but learn skills improving and enhancing their overall personality. Playing sports is a great way for kids to take a break for academics and sweat it harder on the court. Sports let you release that pent-up energy in turn, benefiting from the physical amazements of it. According to research, it has been found that students who played sports regularly, lead a fuller and happier life as compared to those who did not.
It is rightly said that some life lessons are taught to you only when you have handled yourself in those situations and not read about them. Sports lets your child indulge in social and psychological development, something that a library full of books cannot teach you. Sports lets you take that practicality quotient in you to a higher level and let your experiences be rewarded with skills learned while practicing it.
What traits do you learn while playing sports?
Sports is all letting you build-up the character traits while ensuring your well-being. That is why sports education in Noida is gaining tremendous importance with schools and colleges organizing sports camps and academies to empower more and more children with physical fitness and mental well-being. The following are some traits learned over time while playing your favorite sports.
- Self-confidence and self-esteem: when your child experiences their first win in the ground, that moment not only makes them confident that they are growing in the game but it enhances their self-esteem as well. Not only this, but constructive criticism lets children accept their flaws and work on their weaknesses.
- Emotions management: In events of victory or loss, children get to learn how to channel their negative and positive emotions, something that helps you throughout your life.
- Discipline: following what your coach says and doing the same thing teaches you how to honor your teacher and the principles of discipline as well. It makes your child strive for their goals and achieve that success while stepping up the ladder.
- Patience: you cannot learn any sport overnight, you need to develop the skills and that requires patience not only to improve your game but also to practice it for perfection.
- Accepting defeats: We humans know how to react to victories but when it comes to defeats, we fail to master ourselves in such emotions. For the healthy development of your mind and body, enduring defeats is very important.
Several NGOs are working along with several schools in the country to let students understand the importance of sports.