Most people get under a coach to learn more about a particular sport. A good coach can surely make the players need new boundaries of the sport and help them grow in a number of positive ways. However, many times it is seen that the coach lacks good sportsmanship or he is only after winning. Such a kind of coach will never be able to induce the good morals of a sport. The usual behavior of the coach must be a little strict, but not too strict such that it tends to completely break the person. So, poor coaching like these can leave negative effects on the player’s mind and also the sport in itself.
“Having an extremely low body-fat percentage can affect the cardiovascular system’s ability to function normally,” says cardiologist Kevin Campbell , ., fellow of the American College of Cardiology. For example, in one study published in the International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance , when bodybuilders prepared for competition by lowering their body fat, their heart rate dropped to 27 beats per minute. Too low heart rates, called bradycardia, can lead to dizziness, passing out, and cardiac arrest. Meanwhile, other electrolyte imbalances due to too-low of a body fat percentage, not to mention caloric intake, can lead to “cardiac arrhythmias and sudden cardiac death, he says.
The problem is: What is between the lines? Aurora is described as an extraordinarily beautiful woman, so young girls will understand, even if they are not directly told, that is how they are supposed to strive to look. If you have ever seen “Sleeping Beauty,” however, you will notice that Aurora’s figure is as impossible as Barbie’s for humans to achieve. Unfortunately, this is not isolated just to “Sleeping Beauty.” All of Disney’s princesses, and even some of the female villains, are impossibly proportioned, and the ones who are not, like Ursula of “The Little Mermaid,” are still hyper-sexualized to the point of absurdity.