Brandon Peoples Composition 1 6/2/2011 “Two sports, two life changing experiences”
Although I am not a big fan of sports today, I definitely had my fair share of sports back when I was young. Participating in Track and Martial Arts was a true life changing experience for me. There was a distinct contrast and similarity between the two sports. Track gave me the willpower to do my best and never give up even though I often felt exhausted. Martial Arts taught me self-discipline and the MBS rule (Mind, body, and spirit). Both sports made me feel proud of all that I’ve achieved over the years, despite all the hard work and struggles that went along with it. It was a positive learning experience that enhanced my ability to develop self-confidence, good sportsmanship and teamwork skills. In the summer of 04’, my mother enrolled me in Cho’s Tae-kwon-do classes in Houston, Texas. Taekwondo develops strength, speed, balance, flexibility, and stamina. I always anticipated about one day learning Martial Arts cause I was a huge fan of the movies, and then it all happened in a flash. During my first few days of Taekwondo classes, I was feeling quite nervous yet very anxious to learn the new sport. Thus, my instructor had to keep informing me that it’s only the beginning and the feeling I had was completely normal. So he conjured the motivation and inspiration I needed to start off feeling focused and ready. So I proudly put on my Do-Bok (Tae-kwon-do) uniform, tied my white belt around my waist, and attended my first class as a student in Taekwondo. My first class of Taekwondo was...
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