We W.I.L.L. has been following and enjoying many sports events this fall season. October is the perfect time to celebrate all sports in our country as there is a lot going on for the fall season. This makes it the best time for falling into sports.
Falling Into Sports This Fall!
It is also the right time for staying up-to-date on all the up-and-coming sports events of the season. Speaking of which, the NHL Hockey just hit the ice this week. NBA basketball pre-season has just recently started. And our hometown New York Knicks are looking pretty good too! Moving on to NFL, football season is underway. It’s been rocky for New York fans but, thank goodness, it’s still early in the season.
Red Sox Vs Yankees
In addition, baseball is in full swing with fans enjoying home runs out of the park. Amongst other rivalries, Red Socks vs Yankees never gets old but now that the Yankees are out it’s the Red Socks vs the Astros in the ALCS (American League). Let’s see who wins and makes it to the World Series.
Don’t Forget To Cheer For Our Female Athletes!
Just as importantly, let’s not forget about girls’ volleyball for the fall season as well as the WNBA championship that had an exciting ending today. Our professional women athletes are proving to be great role models for our youth. Moreover, click HERE to be reminded of the importance of encouraging our young female athletes.
We W.I.L.L. Thru Sports and the Fall Sports Season 2021
As We W.I.L.L. Thru Sports rolls out its strength and conditioning program, we are enjoying this great time to root for your favorite teams week after week and to keep your team spirit up. We’re again enjoying all kinds of professional sports both male and female alongside our fall plans.
Best Time For Day Trips and Site Seeing
In addition to watching and playing the sports mentioned above, this is also an excellent opportunity for us in the northeast to take day trips and enjoy the beauty of nature. It’s the best time of the year to witness nature at work as the leaves begin to change.
We have a few suggestions that you may or may not have thought of. If it’s something you have done before, encourage someone else today to partake in these activities. And if you haven’t, now might be the time you do.
Fall Recreational Trips/ Outdoor Activities
Remember, our young people need to engage in physical activity and are more likely to do so if it’s something they like. Research shows that people who engage in recreational activities are less likely to be depressed and more likely to function better.
- Take a scenic drive
- Go apple picking/pumpkin picking
- Try a hayride
- Buy tickets for a sports game
- Have a picnic in the park
Last but not least, whether you are enjoying sports or enjoying nature, this is a great time of the year with all the changes in the air. Moreover, sports and other recreational activities can be great conversation starters.
We have always encouraged our young people to socialize physically and are now finding new ways to address this issue post pandemic. Therefore, whether you are talking about basketball, baseball, football, hockey, or any other sport, it is important to have face-to-face conversations with our young people, help them see the beauty in their surroundings, and always let them know they have a voice that counts.