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Discussion in 'Sports' started by killamch89, Jan 11, 2017.
I love ping pong/ table tennis!! I learned to love it became my mom ad my siblings bonding
My favorite sport is soccer. Soccer doesn't require from a person to be genetically gifted, so that he or she can participate in, in contrast with basketball, voleyball or swimming. A primary example is Lionel Messi, which is about 5'6.5 and he is the best player in soccer. Of course, someone has to have stamina, work ethic and to follow a proper nutrition in order to be a professional, such as in every sport.
Growing up I was never the athletic type but if I were to choose a game I think i'll go with volleyball. It's about teamwork and to me I think that it is important not just in playing volleyball but also when working.
Basketball is my favourite sports game. It is quite a competitive, The game is played as a team! You all go for defence and all come back for offence. There is Ball sharing all 5 members in a game are active throughout the game.
My favorite sport is Karate. I actually started before graduating in middle school. The style that I practice is Shorin Ryu Shidokan Karate. It's a soft style fitted for people with small frames. Ideally for girls, children and older people. Of course, I competed a lot in that time. It sure was fun battling other karate styles school after school. I only achieved first kyu because I became too busy with my life in the senior year of high school days.
In college, I only managed to train about 3 or 5 session. Now, I'm focused on bodybuilding. Karate taught me to train my body to become better everyday. Someday, I will surely come back training to get my black belt.
My favorite sport is soccer also known as football because it is very popular nowadays with an increasing number of fans.
It has a lot of scope and great players like Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar.
It also has many leagues and cups like champions league, French cup, etc.
I find that my favourite sport has come to be Rugby Union, for a variety of reasons. Think of all the fun associated with Gridiron; the tackling, the blocking, the trash-talking, the team spirit, and so many other beautiful aspects of a brutal yet uniting activity; without the pads. Rugby Union, not to be confused with Rugby League, teaches you not only how to hit hard and become physically stronger but how to get hit (often very hard) and get up again.
You simply cannot take your eyes off the field when two rugby sides 'go to war', the passion and pride showcased inspires us to work not for just ourselves but for our team. For these reasons, I can proudly say I love the game.
Football is my favourite sport because it brings people together in big numbers and fan clubs can be made where fans of a particular club can share their opinions freely among each other. The sport of football keeps me entertained weekly and there are top footballers who inspire me in some aspects. I'm a supporter of Manchester United and FC Barcelona. The playing style of Barcelona is at times like a form of art and definitely something to be admired.
My favorite sport would have to be gymnastics, because that is what I was raised doing, and fell in love with it.
I absolutely love soccer whether I'm playing or just spectating. I've played for a few years now, and it brings so much joy and feeling of accomplishment during practices and games. I have been to a couple professional games, and the energy of the crowd will keep a smile on your face. Their pride for their teams is amazing, and an experience like that is so nice. I enjoy watching football as well, although I don't understand much of it. I just have memories of watching it with my dad every football season, and it is one of the best times.
My favorite sport is definitely martial arts. I participated in martial arts for about five years. After I went to college, I wasn't able to do it anymore. But I found the sport to be a huge confidence boost. I loved that I could get my body to do certain kicks and moves that other students found challenging. I also loved the competitive aspect of sparring. I miss the sport a lot and I hope that once I'm settled down, I'll be able to pick it up again.
It is rowing, because of how I like water and how it makes you feel fit.
My favorite sport is basketball I fell in love with the sport ever since I was a baby. My parents said that was the first thing I went for was a basketball and ever since then, I was a star. Also as a kid I grew up watching Kobe Bryant and he did nothing but motivate me to be the best on and off the court.
My favorite sport to play is soccer, I have grown up playing soccer and it has shaped my childhood. I have gone to nationals 2 times, won regionals 4 times, and state cup, uncountable times. Additionally, at nationals, I was named the top 23 players for scouts to watch at nationals. I do not mean to brag but these are high achievements for a kid my age. However, my favorite sport to watch is football. I love watching people tackle each other and run around the field making tremendous plays. The sport is just attention-grabbing and at times anxiety-provoking. I love it.
My favorite sport is basketball. This is my favorite sport because I have played for a long time and grew better and closer to it. I also like this sport because I play with my friends and it really fun and competitive. I hope to play in the nba one day.
My favorite sport is Cricket which is popular in Asia and Africa because it exercises all parts of the body. In contrast, other sports only focus of specific parts of the body like the hands for tennis and feet for soccer. Cricket is also an interesting sport because the sport is complex, yet practical enough that you can play with friends in your neighborhood. After enjoying the sport, you will find that seeing others play and actually playing are a big difference in this sport.