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Incorporates time management skills into your personality:
Time is a precious gift in life, it is crucial to understand its importance. Sports improve your concentration and time management skills. It teaches you the importance of having more time in your life.” Exercise helps you to prepare, plan and prioritize your deadlines well and this develops your time management skills. Sport is about directed thinking. You must stay focused on the game and not distract your attention.
Sports teaches you survival skills:
It helps you in your survival as a fit person ready for all odds/ problems: The "killer instinct" is always in demand (within the framework of fair doings of life). By doing this, you are giving your supposed opponent from any phase of your life due respect and some sort of acknowledgment that they are just as good as you, and the slightest carelessness you show will make your opponent give in and the outcome of the game can easily be reversed. By doing this, you are improving your self-image and self-respect.
Sports improve your Intelligence:
Sports improve your problem-solving capability thereby helping you improve your Intelligence Quotient. Sports teach you the tactics of how to get the things sorted out to get a victory. For eg:- A footballer learns how to get a goal even in the worst situation. Sports help you to learn better by improving your concentration power, adding to your problem-solving capability, improving your common sense, and polishing your memory.
Acquisition of leadership traits in your personality:
Leading diverse people from all walks of life towards a common goal. A good leader is one who guides others to lead. While winning is important, there is no shame in losing. Sport teaches you to develop a team spirit where like a leader or even a team member is selflessly working inside a team member towards a common goal, despite personal interests. Be generous and graceful in victory and in defeat. You learn to handle things alone and in a competitive manner by playing and getting involved with sports.
Teaches you persistence (the never give up attitude):
Sport teaches you never to give up. 'Success is just around the corner', be persistent, nothing is impossible. You never know when you give up how close you were to your goal. For example, a marathon runner learns the skill of endurance and with patience he/she stores energy. The marathon runner stores it in order to use it at the right time in the right place but the main thing that is learned is the skill of waiting for the right time.
Great leveler of state of the mind:
Sport is such a great level that you'll lose one day only to make up the next. No loss is permanent. Even a loss teaches you not to do something or how it could be done better. No setback is permanent, never lose hope.
Focus or Concentration power (also including memory power):
Exercise and sports teach you to focus on the present. The past is irrelevant and no one knows about the future. But this thing is better learned with the help of sports where each second counts and one is doing his/her best to win the game. Sports teaches you each time you play, don’t get bored easily and don’t get tired sooner. You learn to keep in mind the tricks of the trade for a long duration just by playing and getting involved in some sport and co-curricular activity.
Improves your strengths and skills:
Sport teaches you to focus on your strengths and skills, not your opponents' strengths and skills. Planning: Sport teaches you to plan ahead and see through the consequences of your actions. For most of your life, you need to assess the situation quickly, adapt, adjust and act according to the situation. Be flexible and carry no solid mentality.
Playing a sport essentially keeps your body in a very good shape by maintaining a good weight and if you are into it from a young age you would have definitely got some benefits in your height and posture too. But most importantly in this busy life, it also shortens the long way to stay free of stress and makes you mentally strong thereby helping you get a strong and clear (in your face and cool) personality. Sport immerses you in the most intimate reserves of your resources to obtain exceptional returns when needed.
Sports help you in self-discovery: Sports as a part of personality development also facilitates an inner journey of self-discovery. To know about oneself is the most important and difficult task.
Sports bring in enthusiasm and motivate you:
Sports give you inspiration. It guides you on how your goals should be set and in what direction you should move for some achievement. It sort of fulfills you. One of the main aspects of the sport is that it helps you perform better at your workplace; especially if you have to work with a group of people. It boosts self-esteem and boosts self-confidence. Perhaps the most important qualities that sport gives you are self-esteem and self-confidence. A sports champion said in an interview that- “I want to play for myself first and then think of others.” Her answer and spirit show that she has trained herself to be strong and to focus solely on the game. Provides Stress Relief when you are stuck at work etc, exercise will help you stay stress-free and happy. Neurotransmitters present in your brain cells are stimulated when you exercise, and these transmitters are believed to convey your mood and emotions, helping you feel better and less stressed.
So sports teach us a way of living and build our personality.