October 21st, 2013
Cause & Effect
Practicing a sport is much more than the sole act of pushing my body through exhaustion or using my skills to reach a goal. Many positive results come with participating in a sport. There arenâ€™t too many negatives that can take place. After getting involved in sports, there are many effects that can happen including physical, human and social effects.
The first major effect of practicing a sport is that I will develop physical abilities. My body will be in better shape, and Iâ€™ll be able to achieve things that physically I couldnâ€™t accomplish before. When I first started weight lifting about six months ...view middle of the document...
By practicing a sport I could get the chance to travel to new places where meets, games, or matches are held. Once I enter a better level of competition; I may be given the chance to compete in national or international meets games or matches, attract sponsors, and even make a profit out of it if I were to make it professionally. Only a select few in the world earn the opportunity to play a professional sport, but those who do get the chance because theyâ€™re the best in the world at their given sport. My dream is to one day play professional baseball. The only way this will happen is if I put more time and effort into my sport than anyone else, meaning giving up a little bit of social activities to do so.
The most important effect that playing a sport can cause is on my person, or my social side. I will meet many people in the business, from beginners to professionals; however, only a small group of individuals will become my friends to the point of turning into my second family. Turning into a family is what having a team is all about. The team builds chemistry or bond with each...