Teenagers who play sports are:
- Generally more confident in their plans for the future.
- Better leaders.
- More motivated in their schoolwork.
Sport helps to:
- Build healthy bones and muscles.
- Control weight.
- Cut anxiety and stress.
- Boost self-esteem.
- Improve blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
This brief summary of how sports affect a teenager’s life was done based on a 1998 University of Michigan studies, 2012 Dutch study, published in the Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine, and data from The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.With DiscoveryLand Camp you get the 5i experience- 5 Improvements in: Leadership, Health, Sport, Confidence, Creative Thinking; while having fun in overnight summer camp near Toronto, Ontario, Canada.