Hey guys! This week’s blog topic is what did you have to practice to get good at it. For me that is soccer. I’m still not that great at it, but it’s a working progress. So, I will be giving you three reasons on what I learned from practicing soccer. I’ll be honest with you when it comes to soccer practice people know I would rather be doing something else a lot of the time or I’m not in the mood to play soccer. But I’m glad I keep playing.
So, one thing I learned is of course to keep on trying. If something is hard keep on trying because eventually you will get the hang of it. There was one thing I had the hardest time on doing in soccer, and that was chipping. Chipping is when you kick the ball high and far in the air without using your toes. I was terrible at that and I still am, but I am definitely improving because before I couldn’t even get the ball in the air kicking it the correct way. I never gave up and I do it when I have the chance too in practice or before practice. Just never give up no matter what.
Another thing I learned from practicing soccer is that you have to edify your team-mates. Usually I always cheer on the goalie because I feel really bad for them when they get scored on. You can tell they start to loose their confidence after the other team scores on them. So, you pick them up tell them they are doing great to rebuild their confidence. Every goal the other team scores I try to high five them every time.
The last thing I learned from soccer is that you have to be patient with others and I can be very impatient. Maybe someone on your team needs more help then you do, but be patient, help them if they need help because if you were in there shoes I’m sure you would want someone to help you and to be patient with you. I know I would because it’s like starting media the returning partners have to be patient with the newbies. Which by the way Kaycee is very patient with me because I know I need help with a lot of things. So, be patient with people because you would want people to be patient with you.
These are just a few things I picked up from practicing soccer and just remember to practice and you will get better at it. No matter what you do whether it’s learning a new instrument, or shooting interviews, sports, etc. Thanks for reading my blog! Bye!