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How does discipline relate to sports

No matter where you go or what you do for a living you will always come across discipline. Now you might be wondering how does discipline relate to sports? Kids don't know when to play and when it's time to get work done and that's okay because kids are supposed to have fun. Sports is the best way to help teach your children some simple discipline skills like getting to practice on time, or not talking while someone else is talking.

Discipline is no fun but that's the point when someone is being disobedient the best way to correct their behaviors is with discipline. You will find the most discipline in sports because sports are all about doing it right. In any sport your kid joins if they’re not doing the techniques right they will not succeed, they’ll get frustrated, and probably even throw a mini tantrum and so that's where discipline comes in. sometimes in order to be successful you have to risk it for the biscuit, you have to be able to make sacrifices and discipline yourself.

Discipline helps you stay active, organized, have more self-control and stay focused. Those skills don't only apply in your sport they can also come in handy at school, work, and even at home. Once someone knows how to be disciplined they gain respect from others because being strict with yourself is very difficult. If you want to reach your goals, being disciplined with yourself is the way to do it.

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Resources

“Why Is Discipline Important | 8 Advantages & Benefits.” Mind Controversy, 4 Mar. 2018, www.mindcontroversy.com/advantages-discipline-life/



Why is Exercising Important for my Kid?

According to the American Heart Association, every child should be getting a minimum of 60 minutes of daily exercise. Research shows that when you exercise your risk of stroke can reduce by 27%. Wouldn't it be lovely to know that your child has a less chance of getting a stroke later in life? As a parent, you want the best for your children. Encouraging your children to do sports can reduce many diseases and increase their health.

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Exercising can prevent many different diseases. Cardiovascular disease is one of them. Cardiovascular disease is the result of the build-up of plaques in the blood vessels and heart. This can occur when you have too much fat building up inside of you. When you exercise, you sweat which burns body fat and releases toxins. Blocked blood vessels can lead to heart disease which in fact, one in every three deaths is from heart disease and stroke.

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I have been engaged in sports since I was 7 years old. I am thankful of that because now as I'm older I feel strong and healthy. Sports can bring many benefits to your child like discipline, combating disease, improves their mood, in my case sports brought a wonderful joy in my childhood. Sports also help build bone density when you're younger and most importantly it helps in developing life skills like organization, discipline, self-confidence, and self-defense.Trust me on this, sports is an amazing way to keep your children active in a positive and productive way. Beat the Streets Toronto has a great program for your children, but I guess you won't truly understand until you try it so without further ado come and join BTST’s sports camp and after-school program.

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Resources

7 great reasons why exercise matters. (2016, October 13).
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https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/fitness/in-depth/exercise/art-20048389

Heart Disease Prevention. (2018, July 13).
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https://medlineplus.gov/howtopreventheartdisease.html

How does cardiovascular disease affect the body? | Heart Disease. (n.d.).
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https://www.sharecare.com/health/heart-disease/cardiovascular-affect-body

How to Help Prevent Heart Disease - At Any Age. (n.d.).
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http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/HealthyLiving/How-to-Help-Prevent-Heart-Disease-- -At-Any-Age_UCM_442925_Article.jsp#.W1U41dJKjIU

The Top 10 Benefits of Regular Exercise. (n.d.).
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https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/10-benefits-of-exercise#section3









How Combative Sports Build Body Positivity

Involvement in combative sports completely changes the relationship that you have with your body.

Through training, the growing knowledge of what your body can accomplish transforms how you view your body into something positive. You become very in touch with your body, what it needs to perform at its best, what it can do, and what it will be able to do in the future as you get stronger. You fall in love with challenging yourself physically and strive to see those challenges not only met but surpassed.

There is such a healthy environment surrounding combative sports which just radiates with body positivity. Strong role models who love their bodies, who have worked hard and appreciate the strength, agility, flexibility, endurance, etc. that their body has developed. The opportunity to see yourself develop physically gives you something to be proud of, as your body is able to do more and more things that once seemed impossible for you.

As an athlete who has worked so hard to get to the point of health at which you are at then pushes you to healthier life choices. You have worked so hard to get to where you are and you want take care of yourself and your body.

Combative sports cultivate healthy relationships between people and their bodies.






A Step in the Right Direction: BTST Supports Girls Wrestling

New Jersey Adds Girls Wrestling to High School Sports

Women’s Wrestling is definitely on the rise across North America and Beat the Streets Toronto definitely supports the growth of Women’s Wrestling! This is a huge step in the right direction for our friends to the south. Canada Wrestling has long supported the sport and we are proud of the fact that we have girls high school wrestling in all of our provinces!

Way to go Jersey, we look forward to the great many competitions you’ll be hosting in the future as a result of this development!

Neal Ewers,
Beat the Streets Toronto