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I want to be recruited to play sports in college so that I can further my education without any debt. It also gives me the opportunity to advance my athletic skills and ability to the next level while simultaneously advance my education to pursue my career in the medical field.
I have demonstrated leadership on the field when I was the team captain for my shotput and discus team during my junior year. I assisted the coaches and athletes, as well as lead warm-up and drills. My leadership role also included giving constructive criticism to the athletes to help improve their performance. Off the field, I demonstrate leadership in school. Because my school is project-based learning, we often have group projects to cover new units in which I take lead most of the time. I like to have control over what get's done because it guarantees me that it will get done correctly.
I pursue a "healthy athletic performance" because I make sure that I am getting proper nutrition. Along with eating well, I make sure that I take care of my body which includes getting a good night's sleep and drinking water. I also make sure that I exercise outside of my sport's practice so that I am constantly getting better. As for school, I make sure that I am on top of my work and use my time wisely. I like to make sure all my work is complete, so I can focus only on my sport during practice without worrying about stuff I have to do after.
I am involved in the service in my community because once a year I help my mom feed the homeless. These efforts are important to me because I enjoy giving back to the less fortunate. I also enjoy helping others overall, no matter their situation. Doing that is also important to me because it humbles me. It makes me realize that I should be grateful for what I have instead of complaining about what I don't have, especially because many people have less than me.
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