Benefits of Playing Soccer
Nowadays, the media we are constantly reminded of a health time bomb that is about to explode today that children are not active enough.
Young people today have many choices that are competing for their attention and may lead to a lethargic lifestyle including computers, video games, several television channels to name a few.
Football is the beautiful game played by millions of girls and boys (ages 6 to 18) in many continents, whether on the beaches of Rio, the streets of a big city or local park, you find someone kicking a football around.
In today’s society, there has been a shift to more practice organized football for our young players. Gone are the days of jumpers for goal posts that the streets are littered with cars and grass verges now houses built on them.
Having a more structured approach is both good and bad thing.
In the club of young players enjoy the training and development of coaches loans that demonstrate the correct way to develop their skills from beginner to advanced play. Moreover, organized games face synthesis while at the same time provide a learning experience total.
However structured training sessions are often time-limited to a couple of hours a week, then what children do when practice ended?
Preparing your child to participate in a school or organized football club can bring huge benefits for you and your child. Football can help increase your child’s self-esteem that feeds their self-talk that leads ultimately their performance.
Football is not the only winner, quite often, school performance may increase too!
Studies have shown that young children are involved in football at an early stage fosters a real healthy attitude towards the game and this attitude continues with them into adulthood.
The number one reason why children play football is to have fun, if football is fun and enjoyable and the players want to continue to play. This benefits the whole of their ability and enables them to reduce health risks.
In today’s world, football is enjoyed the world by coaches who willingly give their time to organize football practice and train youth teams.
Gone are the days when football is a 11 a side game for very young players with offside rules and no touches of the ball extensive periods of the game. Youth football at the age of 6 to 11 is typically about having fun, playing small side matches such as 4 / 4 without goalscorers, the promotion of many keys ball and player interact on the ground.
Thanks to play soccer, and encourage children to take regular exercise, many risk factors that are associated with heart diseases such as obesity and diabetes can be reduced significantly. It is clear that childhood obesity has increased by more than 50% since 1976, which is a really scary.
Preparing your child involved in football, it’s not only improve their health.
Social benefits, such as mixing with others, having to work as a team, contributing through individual effort to a collective goal, knows the ups and downs, choose each other, competition, strives to be the best, in order to win support and help others are produced by all play soccer.
The skills that children learn by playing football can all be transferred to adult life. Skills such as social interaction, forming relationships, goal setting, leadership and commitment to name a few.
All young people not mater what their level of competence should be encouraged to play any sport, not just football, it will be prominently later in life.
Source by John Salmon