Should Extreme Sports be Banned or not?

 Should Extreme Sports be Banned or not?

Should Extreme Sports be Banned or not?

I’m going to discuss with you an essay that has been seen in the past in the guide to make as well as in the gender training I EFTS writing the test.

 Some people think the government should ban dangerous sports such as sky diving and rock climbing extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?

Although I do not support an outright ban on set sports I do feel that the government should regulate set sports so that they are played under supervision which will minimize the risks. 

Those who maintain that the government should bandages sports. 

Activities argue on the grounds that the government has a responsibility to protect its population, in other words, the law should be there to prevent citizens from taking risks themselves whether deliberately or accidentally. 

 These sports can be highly dangerous and sometimes life-threatening.  More than that it is not just the participants who are at risk but spectators tool can be seriously injured if, for example, a former love one car crashes the driver may not this keep on Holland and there are also good shots that involve seeming tired or debris may fly into the crowd given this level of danger it is reasonable why people call for the authorities to take action.

 However, banning such sports is not the answer. Instead, the government should ensure that the companies are centres that provide the facilities for such sports should meet the required legal safety standards another argument against banning is that people would play these sports are in hiding and then they would be even more. Risky. After all, we know we all know that forbidden fruit tastes sweeter. 

A further point is that in statical terms there is a low chance of injury in many so-called dangerous sports and people are at greater risk of getting old everyday activities such as crossing the road or cooking a meal. with the rapid development in the advanced technology and medical insurance in our society, the security system of those extreme sports is absolutely mature enough to protect people who take part in this challenging activity.

What are more those sportsmen who excel in fact sports bring name and fame to their country, they break the record set by others and when they do so, the name of the country their country shines in the whole world.

I also believe that people should be allowed to go for whatever this choose so if someone wishes to free fall from a plane at thirty thousand feet then they should be free to do so and it should be accepted that it is not the place of the government to dictate how they lead their lives. Not infringing citizens’ freedom should be regarded as the government’s priority. 

To sum up, it can be said dot set sports should be performed after sufficient training and under the supervision of experts, Dangerous sports companies should require a license for providing such training, to lay a prohibition on such sports is not the answer. 

Now people thoughts those agree with this statement. Should Extreme Sports be Banned?

I always wanted the government to control what I do, so yes, ban extreme sports, but wait! How will you implement the ban? Despite the harsh law in the national parks of the United States. The USA prohibits jumping at the base, I can still jump from the Forbidden Cliff and escape. 

The same applies to antennas, buildings, and bridges. Oh wait, I think I’m doing whatever I want anyway because I’m totally interested in zero when the government tells me what I can and can’t do. In fact, I do what I want and do everything I can to evade government controls because I do not respect a government trying to control my actions and what they say I can or cannot do.
You can try to block whatever you want, but people like me won’t hear. In fact, when something is illegal for me, I want to do that much more. I don’t like being in control and will do my best to disobey the lies trying to control my behaviour.

People Thoughts Those are not Agree  With This Statement.Should Extreme Sports be Banned?

Stupidity, recklessness, neglect, and negligence should be prohibited with equipment, irresponsibility, unnecessary risks, and lack of preparation. 

The correct way is to reflect the party’s nature in insurance premiums, and not in the legislature unless the activity includes things that constitute serious crimes (boxing), trespass (rapid jumping), property damage (escalation) or simply cause unnecessary risk to passers-by.

Every time I board a plane, I realize this may be my last jump. Or it could be the last jump for me. I know the risks involved, I am prepared for them, I have practised everything in advance, 

I know the backup exercises and I am ready to land if necessary. I wear a helmet and goggles and I activated AAD. I accept that accidents can happen even with the best precautions.

This involves the calculated risks. Know that unpleasant thing can happen and take precautions for them, and above all, do not exceed your abilities in a way that can be fatal.

 It differs from reckless risk (not knowing what to do) or reckless risk (knowing what to do but neglecting precautions). Stupidity is the cause of most deaths, not sport.

Should extreme sports be banned because they are dangerous?

We need more details because the danger is ambiguous. Are we really talking about sports mortality? 
Why only sport? Why are public activities not limited? So if you look at activity death rates in general, we must …

Stop driving, more than 35,000 deaths annually
Stop buying firearms, more than 10,000 deaths annually
Stop going up or downstairs, 2k + annual deaths
Definitely stop smoking, 2k + annual deaths
More than 700 annual deaths have stopped swimming
However, the death of skydiving? More than 40 deaths annually … which is an odd spread from 5m + to 1. (Compared to 7k to 1 vehicle characteristics, I’d rather be out of the plane all day long).
If you dig deeper into these numbers, some are old signs, many are young, and some are just serious old accidents.
In my opinion, life is about acquiring experiences. “We risk these dangers not to escape life, but to prevent life from escaping.”
I love my hobby of jumping from reasonably good planes and I don’t want anyone to take it from me. Can life be made safer? This is difficult, as accidents happen and you cannot stay away from them all. You do not risk making life worthless.


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