How to Find a Sport That’s Right for You

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    First of all, you may have to know which sport is suitable and good for you and your health.
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    Call your city's recreation department to find out the sporting options in your area.
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    Decide how much time you have to try out a sport. If you are a busy person, try one you can find time for in your full schedule, so you don't have to drop or miss your other activities.
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    Pick a time that is convenient for you to sign up.
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    Decide if you want to spend money to buy equipment or participate.
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    Look up the rules of the sport online. Especially if it's a team sport, knowing the rules is essential.
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    Show up for the first day. There is usually a coach around, so look for that person and ask him to show you a few tricks. Feel free to ask them about anything (like terms, rules and such) you don't know about.
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    See how you feel the next day, physically and emotionally. A sport should, above all, make you feel relaxed and full of energy. Don't worry if you got muscle cramps; they're normal when you haven't practiced any sports recently, because your muscles are no longer used to making effort.
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    Go back again if you had a good time.
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    Try other sports that allow you to explore being alone or on a team.
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    Surf a sports site online to learn more about the sport you are interested in.
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    Keep at it once you find a sport that you love. Start practicing it on a regular basis.

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