I met some amazing people playing soccer including my coaches who encouraged me and told me never to give up as well as my teammates who became my friends and were always there for me. Having my dad as my coach was a great factor in my soccer career. Even though he was hard on me, he pushed me to do my best. Without him on the sidelines I wouldn’t have became the soccer player I am today. I found myself spending more time with my dad than I would have if I never played soccer.
In both stories, the authors reveal that by living each day to the fullest they are able to create a sense of normalcy in their lives without focusing too much on the daily challenges that come about because of their illnesses. In Jamie Weisman's As I live and Breath, she developed a sense of normalcy through family because they gave her all the love and support and treated her the same way they would if she was not ill. Her mother and father are her main support and motivation to be all that she is able to be regardless of her illness. Weisman has a form of congenital immune deficiency that causes her immune system to have a hard time fighting of bacteria and other viral infections as Wyatt 2 well as a healthy immune system. She has been through surgeries and many infections and she always had to give herself hope by being ambitious.
My soccer career has been one of my most difficult life challenges creating the person I am today. I was always taught that soccer was to be about the love of the game and that it should be fun. Unfortunately, I faced many obstacles that I needed to overcome before I could truly love the game for what it was worth. I grew and continued to love the game, knowing little at the time of the obstacles I would be faced with, and would need to overcome. My struggles with soccer began early in my life.
In order to best assess the progress of my players I created a rubric that will specifically address the necessary skills in a simplified form. The rubric is written in questions that express certain goals in measurable terms. The players will be judged based on their ability t... ... middle of paper ... ...ing soccer was meant to be a fun and enjoyable task but ended up being a learning experience for me and the athletes. Our final game was a great representation of our progress throughout the season because we won with a score of 2-0 against decently good team. We went from being a losing, confused and lacking team to being a well put together and skilled group of girls.
One ... ... middle of paper ... ...ender, and even different sexual preferences. I have learned to look over all that stuff and focus on that person. I had teammates that I would never talk to in a million years because of the way they look or the way they act, only to find out that they person wasn’t so bad. I enjoy playing soccer and I hope to continue playing for the rest of my life. It’s a fun sport that requires skill, and mental and physical strength.
He always wanted me to be the best, not just in his eyes, but everyone’s. That is a lot of pressure for a young woman, who is trying balancing a social life, school, and sleeping all at the same time. Ever since I could remember my life has been a repetitive cycle of school, soccer, and sleep. My father has devoted countless hours with me, practicing soccer, to get me to where I am now. I couldn’t be more
Adversity affects people’s characters and personalities every day. Although adversity may not affect everyone, it affects an abundance of individuals every day. I have faced adversity in my life. Ever since I was little I have been playing soccer, and every day I have been trying to get better and better. My parents compare me to my sister every day due to the fact that she plays soccer as well.
The lofty expense of tuition may deter her aspirations of earning a degree and a potential career as a physical therapist. With the generous help your association presents as scholarship money, she will be able to reach and excel past her goals. Goals are not a foreign idea to this talented young leader. Since the age of four she has been actively participating in many recreational and competitive soccer clubs. Together with her teammates, scoring and working towards a common goal has been the main purpose throughout her years of play.
Soccer has always been my passion. I started to play when I was in second grade. I have played continuously and am now a captain of the Suttons Bay Lady Norsemen. We are a high school cooperative team consisting of players from Suttons Bay, Leland and Northport. This is our fourth year of existence and we worked hard to establish our team and its killer reputation.
While playing soccer through the years, I have learned the importance of being a team player, a leader, and to think outside the box. Soccer has always been a part of my life since I was four years old, it has also been in my family for a very long time. My father played soccer all his life and also in college, the same thing goes for my sister she also played in college. So soccer is in my blood and because of that reason and because I have been playing since I was four years old it has taught me some very important lessons that will benefit me greatly through the rest of my life. The first lesson soccer has taught me is always be a team player.