I posses a fondness for the sports basketball and track. I love how the adrenaline just pumps into my veins with a rush I can’t quite explain. It is this passion for sports that I also share with my passion for the medical field. Most sports need practice
I have always played sports. Softball, soccer, and swimming before I started kindergarten, later, basketball and volleyball. My passion is and always has been softball. I love competing and being able to make friendships and memories with my teammates that will last a lifetime.
at least one sport since I was little. I don’t have a favorite sport by cause of me always changing
I have an avid interest in sports although I am mainly interested in two. I have played Gaelic football for Newry Mitchels G.F.C from I was 9 years old. Although I have not experienced much success I have made many friends and learned a lot about teamwork and self-discipline. I also play Basketball for my school team. This has proved rewarding as we won the All-Ireland schools Basketball league last year. We trained very hard for this and it taught us that those who work hard are rewarded eventually
Ever since elementary school, I have strived to be the best that I could be, which sparked my interest in athletics. The thought of competing against other athletes was exhilarating. From judo mats, to basketball courts, and baseball fields, I consistently played sports, but there was just something missing. Then there was the day I picked up a lacrosse stick and just knew I found my passion. I fell in love with the game and never looked back. Especially when times started to get tough, the lacrosse field became my safe haven from social anxieties. Lacrosse has, and always will be my passion. I fell in love with the game and never looked back.
For someone who frequently jokes about hating sports, I sure do have a lot of medals. Growing up, I was constantly involved in one, if not more, sports at a single time. I couldn 't seem to stick to one sport, however. My participation in some lasted far longer than in others, but I either eventually grew uninterested or put another extracurricular first, leaving another behind. Below is a list some of the sports in which I was involved, in reverse order based on how much I cared about them.
My two favorite sports are soccer and softball, even though there is plenty more, those are personally my two favorite. I know before I mentioned that I was good but the time and effort I have put into the practices have
¡A mí también me gusta esta canción! Its rhythm makes me want to dance, despite not fully understanding what was being sung; yet I like it! Likewise, I like dancing and so, I started taking salsa and merengue classes when I was 13; and I am still taking salsa classes in my spare time, mostly during summer. It is a fun and amazing experience! How about you? How old were you when you took salsa and merengue lessons? Are you still actively taking or participating in any kind of dance classes?
“You may improve your health and have a physically fit body by getting into a boxing fitness training program,”(Markovsky, The Benefits of Boxing Training for Fitness).When people hear the word boxing they think of the most sordid and disgusting sport but the truth is that boxing relieves stress and makes people feel good knowing that they are getting into shape and that they can protect themselves. Boxing works the muscles hard so that they recuperate quickly allowing the body to work again the next day. Most people train in boxing simply to relieve stress and get rid of their anger. There are boxing classes all around the world and there are also many boxing venues in each city that have the intentions of teaching self- defense, learning to be more vigilant and physically enhancing people's bodies. Studies show that boxing helps keep the heart rate at seventy-five to eighty-five percent of the regular heart beats,(Markovsky, The Benefits of Boxing Training for Fitness). People have actually created videos teaching boxing and workout videos that involve
I love to play sports; The first sport I love to play is football,because it toughens me up,learn a lot of plays,and I get to tackle everyone who gets in my way. The second sport I love is track,because I don’t love nothing more than running and running increases my stamina.One of the best reasons I like about running is that I beat everyone who faces me. My last sport that I love so much
Boxing has elements to it that teaches you more about fighting than you think is possible. People who have never tried it think that because boxing only involves using the hands/fists without any kicking or other moves that it’s not real fighting. Those who have tried boxing know that it’s tough sport that involves strict training and tough competition. It’s genuine athletics that requires raw speed, stamina, and power. Your reflexed in boxing need to be quick and that involves fast reaction time on the part of the boxer.
Growing up, i’ve dreamed about becoming a boxer. I remember the very day when my father took me to Academy to go buy me a set of boxing glove, and punching bag for my 10th birthday. I was not a violent kid, but I was amused and enthusiastic of the sport of boxing. I grew up watching Muhammad Ali, Mike Tyson, and all of the greatest boxers of all time. My hunger for boxing was definitely something that gave me the drive to get in the ring to spar with a couple of young folks. Whenever I am in the ring, I mentally and also physically prepare myself for whatever that comes at me. By that, I take deep breathes before the match, following up by some shadow boxing. This helps keeps my adrenaline flowing, and my mind prepare for the fight.
It’s good to be here these two weeks. I’ve been teaching at PIU for 10 years. Three of those I taught in this very classroom where we used to to stop class any time in rained because of the noise. But then we installed insulation.
My practical experience of my first tai chi class outside the university was extremely informative and interesting. I took the tai chi and yang style class in the Chung Wah Kung Fu Centre. It was a small colorful studio with various items related to Chinese culture kept in it. There were colorful dragon heads, Chinese style swords and weapons, costumes, drums, Chinese paintings and sculptures all around. The instructors were wearing traditional tai chi clothes which was a white color costume with white running shoes. The studio was modern and comfortable with all the basic facilities. The instructor greeted me with a big smile saying Ni Hao in Chinese and was really friendly in nature.