Should Young Athletes Play football

My Topic - should young athletes play football .

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:{ Most kids would love to play{ football} . simply because it's a very enjoyable sport , plus it's very competitive. Also ,

most popular sport in the world, football requires a combination of agility, stamina and skill. Also , it's a wonderful exercise .

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Did you ever think about ? life without football or maybe just little boys playing something different besides football or maybe No more NFL players or no more super bowl hipe. But that's not the point is , should young athletes play it . Besides us as people thinking about life without it . Let me explain some things for you so , if you are now interested keep reading . You’re a huge football fan. Sundays are spent parked in front of the TV watching crushing blow after crushing blow without really thinking about the concussion or other injury risks for the players, except as it pertains to your fantasy team. But what do you do when your son or daughter says they want to play? Sure, they’re not going up against 300 pound linebackers, but there are still injury risks – and as a parent, how do you balance the benefits of exercise with the risk of them getting hurt?

Here's a look at some of the pros and cons of allowing them on the field , lets talk about the Pros - Pros are ? " Most kids would love to play{ football} . simply because it's a very enjoyable sport , plus it's very competitive. Also ,

most popular sport in the world, football requires a combination of agility, stamina and skill. Also , it's a wonderful exercise. Here's a couple more Pros - Playing football can help kids stay in shape.


Further more , thats all great news but here is some Cons - " Football players are at high risk for concussions , also The hard hits of football lead not only to sprains, broken bones and other physical injuries,but concussions as well.



Organized sports help teach kids life lessons.

research proves " even more benefit than playing a pickup game with your friends, Gorgens says. β€œOrganized sports are a learning lab for life,” she says. β€œThey steep kids in everything from frustration management to diplomacy to collaboration, and data suggests that involvement in team sports is associated with higher high school graduation rates.” this is wonderful but , the question is still should young athletes go through this or not or should they continue to play football as kids or young athletes do today .

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Attempts at a try or convert are scrimmage plays, with the ball initially placed at any point between the hash marks, at the option of the team making the attempt. The yard line that attempts are made from depends on the league and the type of try or convert being attempted.

" Honestly , most kids understand football plays at a very young age . but should they play ? should they have to struggle to keep there brains ? or , just struggle to keep there self in shape far as concussions, head injury is an obvious risk of kids playing football,” she says. Between 2001 and 2009, the most recent years of CDC data, football sent about 25,376 kids under age 19 to the emergency room for traumatic brain injury each year, which was second only to bicycling.