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BronzeBeast101
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J2J3
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Should students be allowed to play more than one sport a year?

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Started: 4/10/2018 Category: Sports
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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BronzeBeast101

Pro

Students should be able to play more than one sport. According to Dr. David Geier, "Any sport involves repetitive motions. Over time, those motions cause stress that can build up and cause overuse injuries.By allowing a kid to play different sports, stress is limited to one region of the body for a few months. The next sport then works other body parts."
That's why kids should be able to play more than one sport. Ya YEET
J2J3

Con

Students should not be alllowed to participate in playing more than one sport a year. You have to think about other people than yourself, if one person wants to play that sport but it"s already full of team members what fairness is that. Some people may really want to play that sport but your taking up the only sport they can play when you already play another sport like baseball. Being apart of two teams can cause some stress on the child while they deal with the multiple practices, back to back games, and dealing with other academic activities at school. A child"s grades could start to slip as they try to juggle all of their sports games and practices and could end up failing a test they have in class.
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