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Sports in the Schools

The overarching theme I notice in this book is this: whatever it takes to be a great athlete, those same skills are the cornerstones of being a great leader.

Which begs the question, how important is it that schools emphasize sports?

Have you seen any examples where the absence of sports (or fitness & exercise) options have negatively affected the academics of a school?

Should classes in fitness -- or the arts -- still be considered "extra"-curricular, considering the benefits derived from them?
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