19 Oct 5 Reasons We Like Youth Sports
For most of us, playing sports began at a young age. Gradually, with time, we came to love the evenings spent at the ball park, and before we knew it, it had become something we’d fallen in love with. The joy that comes from sports isn’t only for those playing the game.
Did you learn that we specialize in team transportation for youth sports? Whether it’s a high school team visiting an away game or a city league heading to an interstate championship, we love coming along for the ride and ensuring safe, reliable transportation. Aside from that, here are five of the things we love most about youth sports. Maybe a few of these will strike a chord with you, too.
To begin with, they bring back memories and make you feel young again. As you witness the star player repeatedly accomplish at the hoop, it’s hard not to be taken back to your own championship game 40 years ago. Pretty easy to get caught up in the emotion, to bear in mind what it meant to you during that time in your life, and to feel the enjoyment that arises from the game all over again.
Sports are typically part of long-standing family customs. Some families just love sports. And when their kids are participating in, everyone shows up: grandma, grandpa, aunts, uncles, cousins, neighbors, friends, and perhaps even the family dog. It becomes part of the family culture, everyone coming to indicate support, spreading blankets and snacking, cheering and laughing. This is just something that feels great, despite how you cut it.
Sports are a great way for kids to develop their talents. It is delightful to watch your kids grow and become better if they are naturally athletic and have an affinity for a sport. Nobody becomes a great writer, develops an artistic masterpiece, or determines the answer to a crazy tough math problem in one goes. Similarly, it is a neat experience to watch the journey our children take as they keep at it and greatly improve incrementally over time.
Sports are a great way to learn valuable life lessons. Yes, they’re improving their shot or their time or their swing. And yes, they’re giving it their all on game day when it’s time for the rubber to meet the road.But, underneath all that, what’s really happening? They’re learning that in order to achieve something, you have to work hard. They’re learning that despite lots of work and effort, you don’t always win. They’re learning to work with other people, to take one for the team, to get up when you fall down. And those things? Those things will last long after the last cheer is shouted and the last light goes out on the ball field.
They’re a pleasant way to recognize the year as it gone by. When the weather is beginning to get chilly, colors are modifying on the mountain, geese are flying south, and pumpkin and cinnamon and warm sweaters are on your mind, doesn’t it seem like it’s time to watch some football? Nothing quite says fall like a good football game! And the same might be said for baseball in the spring, or summer nights at the ball field with a city league, hot dogs and chips and soda in hand. These rituals and traditions make one feel grounded and at home. And, regardless of whatever else is happening in life at the time, at least one thing can feel.
Yeah, when you wanna talk about youth sports, it’s something we kinda feel good about. And the next time you need some transportation for a youth sports team, we’d love to be the company you call.