Ever been in troubled situation and want to run away from it? Well curveballs are pretty hard to run away from. Hardball’s or change ups could be your weakness but mine would definitely be the curves, but there’s always a way to succeed amongst hard situations. In the situation of baseball you’d have to practice that curveball situation within the 435 by 475 square inch strike zone. Implying that you’d have to hit a lot of balls in different scenarios until you feel comfortable cracking a nice one.
I guarantee every person who has played a sport knows that situations along the sport can occur in daily settings. But everything can be done with slight struggles along with hard work. Such as wrestling, you have to push and push to become that weight so you can wrestle in your and the coaches preferred category. I’d like to think every scenario can be successful whether you truly succeeded or not because every lesson learned is a blessing earned.
Pretty sure everyone can relate to the fact that even talking to people can at times be difficult. Especially when you’re in the best of moods or wrong mood. When you dramatically mess something up it can provide you with mood swings. Every mood swing can and should be returned with a rebuttal.
There’s always a point in life where you have to learn to improve. Well that point of life really is all the time, once you come out of the womb you’re immediately learning new things. I’ve always thought about our lifetime as a football field. You start off at the field goals, which is where you learn the simple things. Travel through the end zone which is big information that is a necessity to gain success. Then every 5 yards there is 15 feet with 4,572 millimeters. Each sliver of your own football field is a lesson learned. Once you get older you start having to re-learn the necessities along the other endzone and field goal.
Within each yard you go, there is 914 millimeters and you best believe there will be a hundred curveballs, three hundred change ups, and five hundred fast balls. How many do you think you’d hit? The average batting score for the major league is around .320 assuming in this scenario you’d only hit about two hundred ninety of the nine hundred balls (learning situations). Most of the time you wouldn’t hit as good as the major leaguers though, so get used to failure and many years of practice before you believe perfection.