Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Minh'T, Jan 14, 2012.
Tittle says it all
I play basketball, martial art
Badminton, baseball, swimming, martial arts and bedroom gymnastics.
Paintball, mountain bike and if you consider it a sport, geocaching.
football, basketball and some baseball. i use to ride bmx but as ive gotten older i like my bikes to have a motor on them lol
Just Yugioh right now, but I'm not enough of a loser to try & pass it off as a sport. I used to play Soccer & Billiards quite a lot, and before that I spent a good amount of time with Speedskating & Hockey. I've skied a little bit too, but nothing major, and it became clear that I wasn't gonna be very good at it. Guess I also did wrestling for a short time, but I could never devote enough of myself to it because school was way too overwealming at the time, and for me, I'm not a fan of doing anything unless I can be completely devoted to it.
If I wasn't so lazy, I'd probably get into MMA for the exercise & learning process, but I really don't have the urge to fight random people, especially since if I get hurt bad enough, I'll pretty much fucked for life in terms of being able to work.
I played junior hockey for 3 seasons(on defense) when I was a kid but that's it. I still skate on occasion but my knees are in sad shape so no more hard hitting for me.
School and tf s take up most of my time
Y'all are gonna have to define 'martial art' for me.
Personally I used to do lots of exercise (swimming, jogging, badminton etc), but growing up, excess responsibility, less free time, and proximity from my old 'martial art' school (coupled with my overall level basically new classes usually start people off at beginner level, because they want your money, which for me is utterly pointless.) means all I can do is self train. But self training is never as good as classes/getting shouted at by scary men, hence me getting fat.
But since I was 15 (so what? 18 years ago?) in 'martial arts' I've mainly done Shotokan Karate, Wada-ryu Karate, Mauy Thai Kickboxing and Shaolin Wushu. I also dabbled in Goju-ryu Karate, Wing Chun, Taekwondo, Jeet Kune Do, various weapons and other stuff.
Right now I'm hitting the gym. During the warmer seasons I love to go cycling on my racing bike and go jogging in the woods.
I'm looking to get into wudang kung-fu atm.
I played some gnarly coach pitch in first grade!
Flash forward a few years, and I don't play any. I fucking hate team sports. And I'm too lazy to go play sports.
I assume your joking so
If not id hate to run into you in a dark alley and falling over and in me trying to scramble to my feet you misconstrue it as an at of sexual assualt and start beating the fuck out of me
soccer and tennis
And apparently Shortpacked too -_-
Is that French for something?
Inability to even walk without intense pain wihout using a stick has left me limited somewhat in my options. I'm sure there'd be something, but watching/taking part in/ acknowledging sports bore me to tears anyway, so I doubt I'd get commited to it.
And one of 3 true sports (everything else being games according to ernest hemingway), motorcycling.
Badminton, Swimming, sometimes Football whenever they need another goalkeeper
I put on my Stone Cold Steve Austin Knee Brace and I still Skateboard. I have been skating since 1984. Granted because of injuries and age I suck now, I still have fun.
Hah, no I'm not kidding.
Recently I went to a UK martial arts convention and a fella at a stall there (I forget his name, but he was a student of Bruce Lee) had a range of Hand Grips meant to test your strength, apparently my hands have the strength of a 'Master' LOL.
Compared to some folks I know I'm small fry.
You wanna get over the small fry hump u gotta visit a rival dojo n start ripping up their scrolls, thatll teach em.
'Your kung-fu... is no good.'
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