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Are youth sports too intense?

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Jamie del Rosario

on 20 December 2012

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Young athletes are much more likely to sustain an injury because they're younger and still growing. Concussions are more likely. Sports can teach children that winning is more important then being fair. Lessons can be carried out in more serious situations. Youth sports can become too intense and children end up being injured. Coaches are competitive. Are Youth Sports Too Intense? Cons Pros Respect coaches demand teaches youths to respectfully address adults. "Yes , sir" instead of "Yeah" By: Jamie del Rosario Children learn that in order to get something accomplished you need to put work into it. Sports helps to keep children out of trouble. The discipline learned in sports can reach into schoolwork. They learn valuable skills like discipline and commitment. Young athletes learn about competition and following rules through sports. Parents said "the discipline learned in boxing reached into schoolwork They develop a stronger self confidence when they do well. Works Cited Cantu, Robert C. "Preventing Sports Concussions Among Children." New York Times. 07 Oct 2012: SP.8. SIRS Issues Researcher. Web. 17 Dec 2012.

Hyman, Mark, and Nathan Pitcock. "Have Youth Sports Become Too Intense?." New York Times Upfront. 21 Feb 2011: 22. SIRS Issues Researcher. Web. 17 Dec 2012.

Shaver, Katherine. "Taking a Jab at Keeping Youths Out of Trouble." Washington Post (Washington, DC). 05 Sep 2010: C.1. SIRS Issues Researcher. Web. 17 Dec 2012.

Woo, Stu, and Miriam Jordan. "Pop Warner Probes 'Bounties'." Wall Street Journal. 29 Sep 2012: A.3. SIRS Issues Researcher. Web. 17 Dec 2012.

http://theelympicstadium.blogspot.com/2012_07_01_archive.html

http://communityforcoaches.blogspot.com/2011/06/think-before-you-yell-next-post-71.html

http://you tu.be/EPtJIRO5gEs Parents said "the discipline learned in boxing reached into schoolwork They develop a stronger self confidence when they do well. My Opinion Although sometimes coaches can be to rough and parents can expect a lot in the long run I think playing sports when you're younger is a great experience. I've played sports my whole life and I've made many friends and memories through sports that I can't imagine being without.
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