This is what TENNIS does for kids!
1. Develops Self-Esteem: Watching your hard work pay off and achieving your goals develops self-confidence. Achieving a sport or fitness goal encourages you to achieve other goals they set. This is a rewarding and exciting leaning process.
2. Regular Exercise: Exercise after all, sound like work, but tell a kid to go out and play and you won't get any argument. When kids play sports they don't even realize how much healthier they are becoming. Building stamina and endurance. Exercise also a natural way to loosen up and let go of stress.
3. Teaches Leadership Skills: While team sports require team effort, kids still lean about leadership. They learn about responsibility as they recognize the vital roles they play on their team. Leadership isn't always about who is the best or on top; quiet leadership is about being accountable for your actions and being a role model for sportsmanship.
3. Teamwork: The ability to work well with other is a skill that youth athletes will learn playing doubles and they will bring it with them throughout their entire lives. It will benefit them when they get older and prove to be beneficial when they have to work with others at their jobs.
4. Stronger Relationships: Because of the social aspect of team sports, kids learn how to handle themselves better in social situations They develop a sense of camaraderie and community, allowing them to maintain and nurture stronger relationships.
5. Better Communicators: Sports put them in many social situations where they need to express themselves. Because sports promote teamwork and foster relationships, kids also become better at communicating.
6. Teaches Respect: Sports don't just teach kids the fundamentals of playing, but it also instills respect for authority and rules. At a very young age, children who play sports lean the consequences that come with not following rules. They are taught to respect their coaches who guide them and the officials who work to ensure the games are fair. They also lean good sportsmanship and to treat their opponents respectfully, win or lose.