The process of becoming a college athlete is more than “god-given talents.” It takes hard work and skills that you will develop over time. People usually assume that most of these star college athletes didn’t have to work hard to get where they want to be, but they did. Talent only gets you so far in life, especially when it comes to sports. The competition in some sports are becoming so aggressive and persistent, that the average athlete status is becoming better and better and time goes on.
When you’re an infant, your parents are probably talking about how you’re bound for be a great athlete, and they’re going to put you in all these activities and sports. Parents are more prone to put they’re children in sports, if there are athletes in the family. It’s always good to have your child in more than one sport to get them used to different settings. Take note in the beginning to see how your child reacts to the sports, when they are watching it on TV or looking at other people playing; to see what sport they might be interested in. The number one thing you must remember is that, you put your child in activities so they can have fun, it’s not about you.
Once you scene that your child has taken a liking to sports, get them active in little leagues, around the community. You can always see if your child could be a college prospect from a young age. Usually if your child has a notable passion for the game, and they just love playing it, you may proceed in that sport. In some cases, the child might have a common liking for more than one sport, and that’s good because, most of the time that gives the child a better chance to succeed in something as they get older. As they become teenagers, they will have more friends and will want to spend time with them, but if they are passionate about the sport(s) then they will set aside time, to improve there skills. Now days, colleges are starting to scout athletes as early as middle school, so it might be a good idea to put...
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