Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence in My Life

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Oleksandr Vrublevskyy

Peggy Baldwin

English 101

19 April 2011
Bodily-kinesthetic intelligence in my life

The Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence, in my opinion, is the one intelligence I’m using more often than others. Since I woke up, I use this intelligence every time I move. As an athlete I practice my Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence every time I play soccer or swim. I also use this intelligence in my daily routine. Everything from my morning shaves to drive my car. I’m driven by those famous people like David Beckham or Bruce Lee and others. They inspire me to see what I can do with the bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence. The Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence is a huge part of my life it effects all of my being. I like play soccer. I start to play this game, since I was ten years old. After I and my father went to a premier league in Spain to see the final game of Arsenal and Manchester United. There I have seen David Beckham. I was amused. His technique was so perfect and accurate. He kicked the ball and made a pass in a carefully planned trajectory. His every moving was excellent. After that, I fell in love into soccer. However when I just start play soccer I was so disappointed I over kicked a ball and had a limited control of the game. I never thought that I would play like older players. But, after years of exercises and practice soccer become a part of me. My food automatically can hit the ball in a trajectory required to get the ball to do what I want. Therefore, I think that the Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence change with age and experience. I’ve also learned to apply on another intelligence while I was playing soccer. Likewise, I use the interpersonal skills when I play with my teammates. We have our own language gestures. Especially, it is very useful when we’re playing with a team which speaks our native language. So we can communicate without words just using our hands, fingers, legs, head to show a teammate away he would hit the ball....
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