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Sadin Sport, c’est le repaire des spécialistes du sport à Nimy.

Situé à deux pas de la Grand Place de Nimy, Sadin Sport est une boutique tenue par un spécialiste qui saura vous donner les meilleurs conseils et vous orienter dans vos choix quelle que soit votre discipline: Karate, judo, tennis, natation football, course, running,…

Spécialisé dans les sports de combat et les arts martiaux, Sadin Sport ne travaille qu’avec les plus grandes marques pour chaque discipline.

Que vous pratiquiez en tant qu’amateur ou à un niveau élevé, Sadin Sport, c’est votre partenaire en sport!

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Engaging in natural health remedies such as physical education and sport activites are encouraged by health and nutrition experts today. The increasing number of health risks and conditions that are experienced by most people today, young or old, create concern about the impact of lifestyle and diet factors to increasing those risk factors. If you wanted to adapt a change in lifestyle, make sure to learn how you can incorporate those activities in your daily life and experience their benefits.

What is Physical Education?

Physical education is a form of instruction that focus on promoting activities that involve physical development and enhance an individual’s overall well being. This is one reason why physical education is an integral part in a school’s curriculum, especially for grade school to high school students. This is the time wherein the physical body is undergoing development and engaging in activities such as dance, sports, gymnastics, and calisthenics, among other PE classes are highly encouraged.

Aside from those physical activities, games can also become part of physical education and sport classes. The idea is to stimulate play behavior to develop physical fitness and skills. Although physical education has been largely associated with the modern society, it actually has a long history that dates back to the times of ancient Greece.

Teaching Physical Education

The ability for children to benefit from physical education and sport classes depend largely on the teaching methods employed. This is why PE teachers need a certain level of qualification before they are allowed to teach this subject. A baccalaureate degree is the most basic requirement for PE teachers and some could even have concentration studies in the area of human behavior and biology.

Aside from teaching physical education and sport in schools, there is also a large demand for PE instructors in other sectors. This is partly due to the recent surge in health and fitness awareness with the need to stay active being considered as one of the healthy yet natural alternatives to combating common diseases and health risks.

Sport Activities

Although sports is viewed today as a competitive activity, it can also be practiced for leisure and fitness purposes. There are various level of sports activities that one can engage in such as amateur, leisure, and professional sports.

Sports classes are also held in schools to encourage students to participate actively for physical stimulation. After all, sports is not only fun and competitive, but it also teaches one the importance of taking care of your body and well being in terms of physical self-discipline. There are several sports activities that one can choose from such that it is easier to commit yourself into this activity, depending on what you enjoy doing most. Some of the most popular sports today include basketball, football, soccer, volleyball, tennis, swimming, to name a few.

Benefits

To encourage your kids to engage in physical education and sport activities, here are some of the rewards for doing so:

a) Depending on the type of sport, it can encourage social behaviors and improve one’s ability to work with a team.

b) It boosts your endurance and fitness level such that you stay healthier for longer.

c) It teaches one self-discipline to adapt a healthy lifestyle and take good care of one’s body.

d) It promotes physical development and acquire essential physical skills.

Janelle Farley holds a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Sports Management and has administered junior and senior sporting programs for over 10 years in Australia and the United Kingdom. Her passion is to see all children and young adults fit, healthy, happy and living their lives to the fullest. Read more at http://www.juniorsportsecrets.com. Because we all want happy and healthy children.

Social:
Non-contact sports – http://www.activenzsurvey.org.nz/Results/NZ-Sport-and-Physical-Surveys-9701/SPARC-Facts-97-01/Part-3/Adult-participation-in-sport-and-active-leisure/ (golf highest percent for adult males).
Domestic violence – http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10829563
Camarderie – http://www.aap.org/en-us/about-the-aap/aap-press-room/pages/Camaraderie-of-sports-teams-may-deter-bullying,-violence.aspx
Enjoyment of sport – http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/sports-and-leisure/page-4

Political:
Censorship – http://www.classificationoffice.govt.nz/classification-in-nz/classification-in-NZ.html (how things recieve censorship).
Judicial – http://www.nrl.com/nrlhq/referencecentre/judiciary/tabid/10435/default.aspx

Economical:
Injury costs – http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/rugby/6272149/Rough-rugby-tops-ACCs-sports-injury-list
Revenue to country – http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/cricket/9675543/NZ-Cricket-payday-to-be-whopping-35-million

Environmental:
Violence in bars – http://www.popcenter.org/problems/assaultsinbars/
Health promotion centers – http://www.hpa.org.nz/

Cultural:
Normalisation of violence in sport – http://reference-tree.com/book/sport-violence-and-society
New Zealand Identity – http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/new-zealand-identity

Historical:
Civilized society – http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/article-506314/Can-civilised-revel-deadly-game.html
Peaceful/civilized alternative to war – http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/916050-it-s-said-that-sport-is-the-civilised-society-s-substitute-for

Ethical:
Violence promotes – http://abcnews.go.com/Health/MindMoodNews/team-sports-linked-teen-drinking-violence/story?id=9019219
http://www.aic.gov.au/publications/previous%20series/vt/1-9/vt04.html
Freedom – http://www.un.org/en/documents/udhr/
http://www.hrc.co.nz/report/chapters/chapter08/expression01.html
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The Extreme Sport Info


Have you noticed that the people who are dedicated to extreme sports seem a little ‘different’ from most other people? Extreme sports enthusiasts seem to have that “darn the torpedoes, full speed ahead” attitude that runs counter to the thoughtful, considered way most people lead their lives. They can’t really help it when they are in the “zone”. When they are in the zone, all the matters is the mission . . . their whole life is no more significant than the moment of execution. Those who study such things as the psychology of athletes, call the “zone” that temporary state of mind where an adrenaline high, awakened by a high-risk endeavor, is (at least temporarily) the absolutely dominant influence in your life.


The zone, as described above, may seem to symbolize a period of extreme irresponsibility, but it is actually a period of extreme focus and near-maximum control – it is a mental state that is similar to, but more intense than, taking that first-ever dive off the high dive at the deep end of the pool. It is also called “the adrenaline effect.”

An important the body reaction

Adrenaline is an important key to the body’s reaction in times of stress, danger or anger. At those times, your brain increases the adrenaline, which increases your heart rate and blood flow. In addition, it increases glucose production (glucose is the “food” your body burns when you exercise) and increases physical stamina — in short, you feel invigorated. This process is called the “fight or flight response;” it gets your body “primed for action” . . . and its somewhat addictive!


These enthusiasts are called, somewhat facetiously, “adrenaline junkies,” and to these extreme sports devotees, it is a colloquialism that fits. They crave activities that require intense concentration and extreme performance, activities such as: bungee jumping, skydiving, hang gliding, mountain climbing and auto racing. Adrenaline junkies, however, are not just into extreme sports. You will find them living extreme lifestyles. These are the same people you will find making their living as SWAT team members, emergency response personnel and members of military Special Forces such as SEALS and Green Berets. Professional gamblers and stock market traders are also “addicted” to the possibility of an enormous win or an enormous loss — the possibilities of which will get anyone’s adrenaline flowing.

How do you find your “zone”?


So how do you find your “zone?” It is not as difficult, or as strenuous (or even as addictive) as it may sound. Those who go in for and, to some extent, become addicted to extreme sports and the adrenaline high, are extreme examples of those in the zone. In simpler and less extreme terms, the zone simply means determination and focus.


You “psych yourself up” for any particular activity (it might be an action sport or it might be passing a mid-term exam) by becoming determined to accomplish your task and by focusing on learning what you need to learn, and doing what you need to do. While you are in that mental state (that zone) you are so focused on your objective that what other people say, think or do is mere background noise. You picture the task and see yourself accomplishing it.

What’s really happening here?


What’s happening is that you are learning to harness the power of your mind. Your body — your muscles may be doing the work but your mind is making the work easier, making the task more comprehensible, making the task more doable. It is the extreme sports version of the “Power of Positive Thinking.” Wow! Deja Vu from 1952! That’s when Dr. Norman Vincent Peale’s self help book was first published and when the seeds were first planted that would grow into millions of success stories.


The power of the mind is an awesome thing! Your mind is like a super-computer that is programming itself every minute of your day with ideas, concepts, idle thoughts, feelings, wishes and desires. The key is staying positive! Staying with the computer analogy, there is a saying amongst computer programmers: “GIGO,” that means “Garbage In — Garbage Out;” in other words, the result of any effort will only be as good (successful) as the effort put into it.

Summary


Normally, so the experts say, humans use only a small fraction of their mind’s potential. The amount of additional potential that you might be using when in your zone has not been quantified and is not important — what is important is that, whether participating in an action sport or trying to learn a line of poetry, the focus and determination you use will make success more possible. The only limitations we have are self-imposed limitations — that’s the secret of the zone!

For more articles related to this subject and others please visit ExtremeSports.info

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Bernie Sanders: 'Democracy is not a spectator sport...

Sen. Bernie Sanders addresses supporters following his loss to Hillary Clinton in the South Carolina Democratic primary.
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