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Ever since Ive been a little kid fighting has always interested me Whether it was Bruce Lee Jean Claude Van Damn or Arnold Schwartzenegger on the television I always played my own hero punching and kicking away just as they did My parents decided it was time for me to stop fighting imaginary people They figured putting me in a disciplined sport would be much more productive and so they put me in the local Tae Kwon Do club It didnt last long I was only seven and too impatient with I switched over to other sports Staring with soccer then baseball and finally hockey I dont play any of those sports anymore Instead I have become hooked on a sport that has greatly changed my life That sport is boxing Although I have only been in boxing for the past 2 years some of my greatest changes have taken place in that time frame including The decisions I make and the lifestyle I live I take boxing more serious than any of the other sports Ive played Being a good boxer involves a lot of discipline dedication hard work and most of all punctuation time Training fits in before after between and during my crammed daily schedule Having to adapt to a boxers life wasnt easy I had to learn a whole new lifestyle Boxing has taught me how to manage my daily activities First off I have organized my life to get everything done in a day that I want to Making timetables always wearing a watch and keeping a very tidy environment are part of my organized life Secondly I have prioritized my life so that I get all the important things done first I try to keep education as a number one priority at all times then activities that have descending importance to me follow A personal recreational and social life is important to me as well Finally
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