Samples "Sports"

Sports

Football has impacted our society in many ways. One major indicator of football’s huge impact is that NFL football is on television three days a week, including Monday night, Thursday night, and Sunday from morning to night. Many musicians and celebrities, such as Tim McGraw and Carrie Underwood have recorded...

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Soccer is one of the most popular and widely acclaimed sports in the world. Robert Charlton once said: “some people tell me that we professional players are soccer slaves. Well, if this is slaver, give me a life sentence.” There is no doubt that professional players work hard and play...

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Champion level athleticism is amazing in any context. However, watching a video of the Deaflympics in swimming is very different. After seeing this video, we know that sporting events can be captured in many ways. One of the most amazing parts of the video is that there is absolutely no...

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In The Rise of Superman, Steven Kotler examines and investigates the science of the ultimate human performance, a rare phenomenon found among top athletes. The author finds that high performing high performing athletes enter and remain in a state of flow which enables them to produce an extraordinary performance. The...

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In the article “Motor coordination difficulties and physical fitness of extremely-low-birthweight children,” written by Yvonne Burns, Marcella Danks, Michael O'Callaghan, and Peter Gray (2009), the topic of how children are affected by extremely low birth weight (ELBW) as adolescence. The study they conducted looked specifically at the motor coordination and...

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Boise State Shotokan Karate Club teaches traditional karate methods. Its mission consists in preserving, perpetuating, and advancing the legacy of Shotokan karate for the advancement of all the trainees. The Club members practice a traditional style of Japanese karate (Shotokan), including block and kick forms and basic punches necessary for...

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The construct of mental imagery has drawn different conceptual distinctions in its description. Scientists have described it as an experience that mimics real experience (Link, 2009). Using the technique allows one to experience smell, taste, or sounds without experiencing the real thing. From the definition, mental imagery function, the use...

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Bushido is a concept that this course has taught me to appreciate, and the value of the honor code that it instills. Bushido is a traditional Japanese code of conduct that Samurai are expected to follow. In doing so, they must adhere to a set of virtues in their everyday...

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The purpose of this paper is to take an in depth look at three famous sports people who attended Auburn University. These are: Charles Barkley, Bo Jackson, and Chuck Person. Auburn was founded in 1856, and is one of the few remaining American universities to still act as grant university...

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