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FOOTBALL - Thesis Statement – Dylan 3G
I selected this topic because the football field is the best place to let out your anger. Plus, when you tackle somebody, you don't get in any trouble. I will teach others the best way to play football. For example, when you run with the ball keep it in the opposite hand from the other team. In my opinion, football is a good running sport. I will prove to you that it can hurt when you get tackled

problem statement
Concussions are major injuries that occur commonly in all age groups and divisions of football. A concussion is a medical condition which occurs when the brain comes in contact with the inside of the skull due to a large change in inertia of the body. This impact can cause a temporary loss of brain function. Recent studies have shown that 75 – 95% of concussions which occur during football result from excessive force applied to the front of the mandible, or lower jaw bone, by the chin strap.

A second problem exists in the testing of helmets for use. Currently, helmets are tested according to standards laid out by the National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic
Equipment (NOCSAE). The NOCSAE uses two different machines to ensure the safety of helmets used by professional football players

basic problem

Therein is the real problem with Modern Arnis and the future. Many people want to make their claims yet soundly reject and deny the claims of others based on what Professor is alledged to have said. There is a long history of charge & counter-charge  plus a considerable amount of duplicity within Modern Arnis and I have seen quite a bit of it since 1981 when I first got into training with my instructor Sifu Don Zanghi. I got out of the mess in 1994 after one too many incidences started by Professor himself.

The problem for you, Bob, is that no matter what you or anyone else tries to start, including myself, the vicious, the ugly and the nasty...
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