Backpacking is a great way to get some fresh air and connect with the outside world while conditioning your heart and strengthening your legs.
Baseball stretches from backyards to professional fields. Whether you play for fun or as a profession, it develops great hand-eye co-ordination and teamwork.
From the occasional pick-up game to a formal game, basketball provides a hard workout with a lot of fun and social interaction between teammates and opponents.
Punching bags can be found at most gyms now and classes are offered to teach beginners to advanced users to improve their punch.
Some climbing is technical and requires the use of ropes, bolts, nuts, hexes, and camming devices; other climbing is known as bouldering and uses very little equipment if any to acsend boulders or less steep surfaces.
Biking strengthens your musculoskeletal system and your cardiovascular system at the same time.
Dance can be free-form and done at any party or it can be technical and disciplined, such as ballet or tap. It develops co-ordination, strength, and musicality.
Sometimes diving is just getting into the water hands first in swimming class, but most of us know it as a technical sport at the collegiate or Olympic level.
From pee wee to pro, football is a contact sport for a team of 11 players to play defense or offense to an opposing team. It has been America's favorite sport since 1972 when it surpassed baseball as America's most popular sport.
Playing a round of 18 or just hitting at a local putt-putt range is fun and provides a challenge for those willing to put in the practice time. It has been around for 500 years and is a major part of the sport world today.
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