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What sports do you do?


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What sports do you do?  

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  1. 1. What sports do you do?

    • Football
      4
    • Rugby
      3
    • Basketball
      5
    • Martial Arts
      3
    • Other
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I've been doing Kung Fu for the past ten years. It's brilliant.

 

I'm a massive fan on Wing Chun, shame there's nowhere near me so I can take it up! I'm happy with kickboxing though, better than karate :)

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I don't like sports. Not a fan of any sports. BUUUUUT. 

I was a Volleyball Varsity player back in High School. 

I started my training in 6th grade because my P.E. teacher (who was also the volleyball coach) wanted me to get in the varsity team as soon as I graduate from Elementary. 

I still don't like sports though. Even with all the training and tournament our team had I still didn't become a fan. I played and I guess I was good but I didn't see any appeal to it. Even now I hate watching Volleyball tournaments. 

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What sports do you do: I love to play badminton and volleyball but sad to say as what I've remember the lastvtime I played ball games was 2 years ago, when I don't have yet my own job ang own family. I miss to play it specially the badminton one aside from it was easy to play it was also a great exercise for the body. Playing a badminton can exercise all your body parts.

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I mostly do playing billiards because it is one of my favorite sports that makes me busy during some of my vacant time. I was really a fanatic of that sports even before that I was still young until now that I already grow older. I like to see some of my favorite Filipino icon Billiard players just like Efren Bata Reyes and Jungo Bustamante because they are my idol in this kind of sports.

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            I like basketball also. It is because it burns calories: Running, jumping and quick lateral movements done in basketball provide a significant amount of aerobic exercise and can burn a great deal of calories. For each hour of competitive basketball, a 165-pound person can expect to burn around 600 calories, while a 250-pound person can burn up to 900 calories. It is also great for cardiovascular health: Basketball can help you develop cardiovascular endurance, depending on how many times play stops. Keep moving and you’ll keep your heart rate up. Building endurance can help keep your heart healthy, reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke later in life.

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            I select basketball. It develops concentration and self-discipline: Like every other sport, basketball has rules to follow, and breaking them can result in penalties not just for you, but for your team. Practicing self-discipline helps one become more competitive yet fair and clean in their game and focused in succeeding. It builds bone strength: Jumping and other physical demands of basketball help develop and improve bone health. The stronger your bones, the less likely they are to break. Weight-bearing physical activity causes new bone tissue to form, making bones stronger. Bones and muscles both become stronger when muscles push and tug against bones during physical activity.

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           I like the sport basketball. It is because it better motor skills and coordination: Free-throw shooting and jump-shooting are particularly helpful for training hand-eye coordination. Rebounding missed shots is another skill that requires a great degree of full-body coordination. The third basic basketball skill, dribbling, requires a finer degree of coordination. When first learning basketball, dribbling trains the hand-eye coordination; once that skilled is mastered, a player will no longer look at the ball while dribbling and the skill will become a pure motor coordination task.

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