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Professional sports should not exist. No one should get paid for doing exercise. Discuss. 2NA November, 2012
Introduction In recent years to be a professional in sport is a good idea because sportspeople are one of the richest groups of people in the world. The objective of this essay is to decide if they should get paid for doing exercise. In recent years, becoming a professional sportsperson has become a profitable business. Some of these trained athletes are among the richest in the world. However, should this be readily accepted?
Professional sport is a popular activity with sportspeople. Before doing it as a profession, though, there are certain pros and cons to be considered. Becoming a professional athlete is an ambition many sports lovers have. Nonetheless, it is a decision that needs to be considered.
Ana Díaz who obtained five medals in the last Olympic games in London does not found a partner. Besides the regular exercise help you to keep fit and avoid diseases. Fortunately, nowadays, people can do it at whatever age. However, may sports are a lucrative business instead of a simple hobby. has not found a partner What is more, regular exercise helps sportspeople of all ages to keep fit and to avoid certain illnesses. However, health and fitness are not considered when sports becomes a lucrative business rather than a simple hobby.
It is well known that the salaries received by some star athletes are exorbitant and some of these professional sportspeople are spoiled, pampered, unexploited and too well paid. Nonetheless, there are pros and cons to be taken into account.
Introduction: Some ideas Sports is one of the most popular activities for human beings. People around the world practice sports to get fit or simply to enjoy themselves. But, there are others that earn huge amounts of money as professionals. Why? Is this logical?
The birth of sports can be traced back to the Greek civilisation when nations stopped fighting in wars while they were participating in posts games. Honour was the reward/prize. Nowadays, our civilization has changed the prize into money.
Conclusions: good examples In my opinion, sports should not only be for amateurs. There are sportspeople who thanks to their perseverance and spirit of accomplishment arrive to the top of their sport and that should be rewarded.
To sum up, it is true that in this depressing economical period nobody should earn millions for doing sport, the increasing poverty makes it a question of justice. However, we should not forget that it is also a business that generates employment. Therefore, a compromise becomes necessary: earning money? Yes, but within certain limits.