When you decide you want to enroll your child in the sports section, above all, ask yourself a few voprosov.Sprosite himself: "Why would I want my child involved in sports?". Ask your child: "Do you want to do sport and why? ". Ask the head of a sports club or sections: "What can you offer my child?" A good sports program should provide children with all the positive qualities that sport can to offer – this is the main goal for the sport. Nobody denies the benefits of playing sports. Besides the obvious health benefits of physical activity and exercise, research shows that a huge plus receive also social and psychological spheres of life – and all thanks to competition. Dan Gould, director of the Institute for the Study of Youth Sports State University of Michigan, said that when children are involved in several kinds of sports from an early age, they develop a more comprehensive manner. 'The abc of sports – it's agility, balance and coordination.
" He adds that children can learn both the basic motor skills such as running or throws, and specific, that in any case will help them stay active and in adult life. Helping to develop physically, sport also provides a positive psychological effect on the child. Dr. Darrell Barnett clinical psychologist specializing in youth sports, suggests that participation in sports meets four basic needs, promoting self-correct. "When children are involved in competition they feel its importance, its value and learn to respect others and learn about what is emotional control.