PARENTS’ COMPLAINTS: EFFECTS OF NAPW PRO WRESTLING TO TEENAGERS

The complaints:

Teenager as the name signifies id the age between 13 to 19 years old. Most famous and well known wrestlers mostly say in their NAPW reviews that teen ager or youngsters may not in the bracket that pro wrestle targets but they are the highest consumers of pro wrestling.  At this age the teenager finds themselves in the path of discovery. Discovering on what they want to do in the future, discovering what the opposite sex is all about and the sports to indulge in schools. The path of discovery at this point is terrific as there are other players called the hormones which play hand in hand. At this age if decisions are not made wisely then adult life will be more of a reflection on how the teenage life was spent.

Fact about pro wrestling:

Pro wrestling, and specifically the NAPW is one of the games that involves the players both body and mind. The kind of NAPW professional wrestling that is aired in our TV sets is far from what we would want it to be as parents. The content aired is not teenage friendly. In schools wrestling is one of the games that many boys engage in during the winter and the wonders that the training offered does to them is just phenomenon. However, when it comes to the pro wrestling aired the image changes.

Pro wrestling and teen age:

At this age bracket teenagers are busy picking new habits and they might pick any habit if the people worship as doing it. For example, if the kid’s father takes alcohol and the kid finds it cool chances are that he might try it out. However, this does not mean that they can only pick bad behaviors. For example, if teenagers are wrestling at this age then it is possible that during their adult years they will still be flexible and still observing levels of fitness.

NAPW complaints about teen wrestling:

One of the major NAPW complaints about joining wrestling is it effects on the physical as well as the mental health of young guys. Rules of pro wrestling favors light weight wrestlers and wrestlers go to extra miles trying to cut weight the methods used are so extreme that they may affect the teenagers as adults. It is possible for them to have eating disorders at this time.

 

Picture of myself with Hacksaw Jim Duggan. Thi...

Picture of Hacksaw Jim Duggan. This photo was taken in the locker room of a Cleveland All Pro Wrestling show. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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