Thursday, February 20, 2014

Martin Luther did he play Floorball too?


Yoo - Boys and Girls

Nope he did not, but he was an agent of change - and if he lived today he would prob have posted a few theses about Floorball too - perhaps not 95 - But maybe something like this?

1) The first task of Floorball is to spread the sport to others, including kids of all ages - all over the globe - and this feat is not done through administrative driven organizations

2) Floorball is in comparative terms a highly successful school sport with high participation rates - compared to many other activities - all schools in the world must know this

3) Floorball with a high penetration in school appear to have positive effects on skills in similar sports like Ice Hockey

4) Long Term Athletic Development is not just a developmental trend to make sports better - it is a paradigm shift on how to develop kids in constructive and social manners - thus the society and this task runs through from education in any vital subject - to sport improvements

5) The modern school system must prepare kids for an ever faster changing world - to focus PE on century old school sports will not help our next generations with this

6) Explosive obesity trends and related illnesses must be challenged with both better food patterns and more movements that focus on kids being active in sports that keeps them running (like Floorball) and not stand still during games

7) The economic focus on helmet wearing elite athletes as being superheroes must be changed towards a new set of ideals - set forth - where the recreational playing child, or adult, is not just the true hero - but also supported by relevant economic incentives

8) The health insurance industry must take the responsibility to use economic models to build healthier and prophylactic recreational team sport environment for kids instead of paying insurance expenses to a health care system that can be prevented to a much higher degree

9) If we can not make Floorball a household question in all homes and for all kinds of special needs -  we have failed

10) Floorball must be a subject to change in itself too and the sport must relate to the new world where people are not just connected to screens - but paralyzed by screens. Floorball must know how to regulate a game that is played at the same time as all players are tweeting using voice commands and listening to tweets - during a game in real time - maybe hundreds of times. Floorball must be prepared for, or know to deal with a very different future

Or would Luther posted 10 different theses?
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Research suggest that eye-injuries are more common in Floorball as compared to Tennis, but less common as compared to Squash (similar to Racquetball).
To minimize this risk of injury Floorballcentral recommend: Use certified protective eye-wear (mandated in many European areas for the youth). Do not lay down on the court. Follow the rules strict on stick height.

Also if you get addicted to this sport - do not blame us!