Soccer has helped me immensely in that area of life. Leadership is not just about being in charge or having power, it is about being a role model. A leader in soccer is somebody who is always positive, encouraging and a finisher. When I play a game I lay my heart out on the field I give it everything I have even during a losing game. In my eyes a good leader should never give up on themselves or the team.
1.08 Varying Activity Preferences Essay All around the world different people do different things. This is also true about sports and physical activities around the globe. As I spoke with different people, I found that a person’s culture greatly influences what physical activities they choose to participate to stay healthy. The first person I spoke with was a girl, she is fifteen years old and from Colombia. Her activity which she participates in is soccer, or as she told me “futbol.” When I asked her why she played soccer she told me the following: “I play soccer because it’s a great way to stay healthy and active… but mostly because that’s what my brothers and cousins played when we all lived in Colombia.” She also told me
Sports have been an enormous part of my life, and throughout my 15 years of age I have always wanted to stay involved with sports. Of course, when one is naive little kid, one always aims for the top. I personally was aiming to be a professional soccer player. Throughout my childhood all I thought about was being the best, and always had my mind set on my goal. The problem was that to reach my so longed goal, too much dedication was needed, and after witnessing what my college years would be, I was not willing devote myself to my dream anymore.
Honestly and Integrity Everyday people grow and learn, and as we thrive we find out things about ourselves and life. What our morals we may believe in and other things we value to our lives. In my time, I have so far learned that honesty and integrity are two of the things I honor most. In this essay I will show how my personal academic integrity related to my regular life, in examples such as being a ref and playing soccer. For the past three years I have been part of the U.S.R.A which stands for Utah Soccer Referee Association.
I don't see how the soccer team does this everyday. Everyone knows soccer is a running sport, but I don't think everyone knows how much RUNNING is actually involved in the sport. So I could understand better, I spent a period running with the JV team and then a period practicing with Varsity. It was exciting, embarrassing, and eye opening to how much the team must go through to prepare for a game. I haven't been able to run for a
Ballet wasn't the only thing I did in elementary school. I also tried lacrosse in 5th grade, but didn't like it because girl’s lacrosse was too easy. You couldn't be aggressive and I got called out on that a lot. Another sport I tried was soccer in
Moreover, I will share some of the important moments I have had with the team, and some of our special language which you will not find anywhere but in a soccer community. My very beginning was when I was walking in the hallway at the school, I found some flyers on the wall about soccer training at 5:00 pm that day. I started to ask about the location and if there is a specific color that I have to wear and so on. I went to the training, but I was 2 minutes, even though it's just 2 minutes I had to do a punishment which was taking a full run around the field twice, couple of pushups, and not playing in the first round. I thought that this punishment is for the new members but I found out that even the ones who have been there for a while got the same punishment as me when they came late.
Favorite sport: Soccer When I was in the third grade, I signed up to start playing soccer at my local park in Lakeland, FL. I was excited about this not only because it looked fun,but because all my friends were playing too. During the season, we had a game every Saturday morning or afternoon for about 4 months. I continued playing soccer all thru school and up until I graduated in 2004. Here are a couple of reasons why soccer has become my favorite sport.
The first year you can try out to play for the high school team. I always knew I wanted to play for the high school, so when tryouts began I was extremely nervous. My nerves were magnified by the fact that I did not know a single person there. On the first day of practice, we practiced throwing and hitting so that the coaches could make first round cuts. I remember walking up to the bulletin board after that first day with my hands shaking.
While everyone plays a meaningful amount, playing time will be determined based on skill, effort and attendance. • Experimentation with all positions (including goalie) at some point during the season as necessary. Example Expectations: Coaches • Create a respectful, positive and healthy soccer environment; • Be prepared and organized for each practice and game; • Teach competitive soccer, teamwork and good sportsmanship by developing each players’ skills and understanding of the game; • Be a good listener to players and parents. Players • Bring your best