朗阁雅思作文7分范文及解析:在运动中获得成功

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Mental strength or physically strong, which contributes more to success in sports?
 
题目大意
 
精神力量和生理强壮,哪一个在运动中对成功更有帮助?
 
写作思路解析
 
二者都重要,无法比较哪个更有帮助。
 
➡️意志力的强大并不必然比身体的强大更有助于获得运动成就:即便有很多事实表明意志力让某些运动员在运动中获得更大成功,也不是单方面导致的,还要与身体素质和其他因素相连接,因而无法判定意志力强大是否会更容易在运动中获得成功
 
➡️体能的优异也并不完全是决定成功的主导因素:即便体能是基础,依然有其他诸如精神和思维上的因素来共同促进运动的成功。因此两种因素相辅相成无法判定哪个更占主导。
 
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It is totally irrational to separate the two contributing factors that lead to the final success in sports; I would argue in this essay why both mental strength and the physical condition are inseparable during the process.
 
Some may credit the better achievement in sports to the great metal power. Related facts and data points have already proved how well athletes perform when they have strong willpowers, and such power indeed triggers their physical potentials at key moments to lead to the final success. The truth is, however, that the thinking recklessly ignores those premises that are already set beforehand: the reason why those strong-minded sportsmen better their jobs than others is not just because of their mentality, but also all the foundations laid behind their achievement—hard work on their principal business, a mature and systematic body training, good judgement before every movement and what is more important, the talents in doing the physical challenging, etc. Without these, only the willingness or belief that one will finally win has nothing to do with success. To become mentally stronger, ergo, only contribute to success in the participation of sports when one has already fulfilled the other determinants of being successful.
 
Whereas that doesn't mean other factors like physical advantages outweigh the element of mental strength in terms of one outperforming others in games. Rationality can be witnessed when awareness has it that basic components largely determine the main structure of an excellent combat and a well-behaved practitioner. The success comprises a range of aspects apart from strong willingness or corporal powers and stamina, and depends well on multiple situations in a functional system—motor skills, the rational thinking and pre-judgement, or even the great passions or involvement in the sportsmanship all give rise to a qualified athlete, and are highly required for one to become competitive during the sports lifecycle. The only flaw of this perception, however, is that it blindly compares the contributing factors of physical situation with the willpower. An element, if without condition settings, can never be better than another; it is therefore unreasonable to say that those mentioned factors are virtually “contributing more” than each other under all circumstances, or even in different periods of the lifespan of one person. All sportsmen behave differently in their paths to success, and they certainly require for different decisive points alongside the diversity.
 
In conclusion, it is the too many uncertainties emerged in the both claims that compels me to question the reasonableness of them, and I do agree that boundaries and criteria are to clear set to fully assess the key factors.