We all know how sports can be good for you in a physical level, keeping you healthy and also helps you to stay fit.
We are not going to talk of the other aspects in which sports can help you besides the physical way.
In life it is important to enjoy your success and also embracing your failures.
At the same time, learn lessons from life so as to move on further with a much better attitude to lead a peaceful and happy life which can be gained through fair practice of sports.
Failure in sports teaches you to stay patient and stronger and never lose hope while Victory increases your confidence, happiness and still have respect to the opponents.
Along with cooperation, coordination and tactful leadership are the important aspect of character and personality development which are nurtured and brought up with sports.
We live in a society that is constantly pressurizing each and every one of us to be successful and never fail.
In such a society, it is very much necessary to have a strong and concrete heart so that you can put up with the pressure and continue doing what you are doing without having any mental or psychological traumas.
Sports as a periodic routine comes as a package of - self discipline, physical fitness and team work.
Of course it may have some negatives associated like some extra time spent chilling out etc., especially when you are in middle of some academic preparation etc., Now in my personal experience as a person purely focused on academics for decent time in life, self discipline in a context of ‘physical stretch’ that is gradually increasing the target every day to beat your earlier target improves, if you look deeply something called ‘FOCUS’. In this context we need to understand what ‘character’ means to me.