Having fun and staying in shape. But it mainly, in my terms, depends on what positions you would succeed in. i.e., if you were a skinny person and tried to play on the line, you would be crushed by the lineman.:
Sports, particularly contact sports, are a great character-builder.
It takes courage to continue to 'go for the ball', for instance, when you know a defender is bearing down on you. Sports help teach teamwork and they teach sportsmanship, whether you are winning or losing. They teach stamina of body and stamina of mind and concentration. You learn how to place the body second for the accomplishment of a goal ... and, generally, they prepare you for a happier, healthier, longer life with more friends than would be otherwise.
I believe another benefit of playing sports, especially those where one moves in close proximity to others, is spatial awareness of others in one's regular daily living and in interaction with them (an awareness, and spatial consideration, of other moving people around you).:
- Release Stress - Stay in Shape - Build Muscle Mass - Build Friendship - You could get a scholarship if you are very good - Fun activity - You could get chicks ;) - Gain Discipline - Learn more about the game - Entertain a Crowd
makes you more of a team player and allows you to get a good scholarship to a more advanced school:Personally I play high school football. It's a great sense of pride, and it gets your name out there, and you make a lot more friends. All around, it makes a really great time, and is definitely worth doing.:
If the person playing high school football thinks playing football is fun, this is a benefit. This is probably the most important benefit there is to playing high school football or any sport. Is it fun? Do you enjoy playing the game?
If not, there are other benefits as well. These are somewhat less valuable if you ask me.
Becoming a great high school player can save the student money on college if he gets a scholarship. If he develops into a superstar there is a chance he can make lots of money as a professional.
he play football when he was in high school
It can get you ready for high school football then ready for college than ready fro professional.
Peyton Manning started playing football when he was in High School.
Joint injuries are the most common injuries in high school and college football. However, concussions have become a more recognized risk of playing football in recent years.
Footballs are made different sizes. The different sizes are for the levels of football playing. The size of a football for high school is nine and a half inches long.
He started playing football his freshman year, and also played football, basketball, and baseball throughout his high school year.
AJ Green of the Cincinnati Bengals started playing football when he was in High School. He played football at Summerville High School in Summerville, South Carolina. He would have been approximately 14 years old when he started playing.
There are a number of benefits that someone can receive from playing a sport in high school. Perhaps the most important one is that they can feel like they are a part of a community, and they are also able to get exercise often.
The earliest mention of him playing football (that I can find), was in High School, between 1997 and 2002.
zeyon henry brentside high school wldn
you can, but it would be hard to make the team unless you are superathletic
You could try out for a football scholarship (only if your in high school).
Yes they sure do! They typically have the distinction of playing the first high school football game of the fall. Alaska starts the season a little early due to the weather!
No...a high school football is smaller than a college football
His freshman year of high school. But he had been playing baseball long before that
Sure, there are players from all over the world.
Yes highschool regulations do not have any rules against women playing football.
Mickey Mantle was an all-around athlete at Commerce High School, playing basketball, football, and baseball. he also had straight a's
In high school football they are classified as quarters.
No. No tinting is allowed in high school football or college football i beleive. Only 100% clear is allowed in high school.
college football size vs. high school football size