Should children specialise in one sport?

Gone are the days when children used to play or were allowed or given the opportunity to play only one particular sport. Nowadays with the development of sports technology and the right environment provided by schools, it has become a must for any school to have almost all facilities with respect to all sports so that each and every child may have the opportunity to play different sports, depending on their interest and with the main intention to not bind their natural inclination. Now the important question that lies here is: is it good enough for students to be prone to playing only one kind of sport or, instead, is it harmful in the long run?

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The connection between Youth and Concussions

Concussion can be best defined as any injury that occurs to the head as a result of a sharp blow. All concussions are serious and their effect can be seen in a few years down the line if not immediately. Most youth sports these days have a lot of scope for damage and hence there are constant regulators to ensure the safety of the young players of each respective sport. It is always important to recognize concussions at the earliest so as to avoid any undue problems in the future with respect to braindamage or any other related issues.

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