Fundamentally, physical education can have a range of health-related benefits to anyone, and children are no different. Kids are bundles of endless energy, and physical education can be an excellent outlet for releasing some of that.
Sports are very important for one’s life and participation in sports should always be encouraged. Participation in sports makes us active, healthy, fit, and also the development of our social and communication skills. The most common saying “Healthy mind lives in Healthy body” is so true because for a man to be successful his physical, as well as mental state, should be well. Sports are the greater source of recreation. Sports remove stress and provide relaxation to our mind and body. Participating in sports helps us to tackle the problems such as hardships, hurdles, and sudden miseries etc. Sports improve blood circulation of our body too. Sports improve our efficiency also. Sports increase the team spirit quality in a human being.
Nowadays, there is an increase in the demand for indoor activities such as playing video games, watching television, using mobile phones which are affecting and harming the children and youth in a very negative manner. Therefore the kids and youth should involve in playing the indoor and outdoor games for their entertainment as well as for having a good personality and fit body.
Any successful team is made up of individuals who can work with others. Teamwork is a vital skill in the working world, and physical education is often the earliest exposure children have to it.As they develop, they might also be exposed to a leadership position, such as the team captain. Decision making is key to being a good leader. Sports are an excellent channel for improving this skill, with decisions having to be made and communicated regularly to other team members.
Discipline In life
Failure is an undervalued part of sport. It takes perseverance and hard work to succeed in life, and sport is one of the best channels to display these virtues. The simplistic nature of sport, where there are identifiable winners and losers, leads to natural highs and lows – something that children need to be prepared for later in life.