William asked in SportsOther - Sports · 6 months ago

What sport should I play?

So I'm quitting football and I want to play a new sport. I'm going to be going into junior year and I'm considering Wrestling, Crew, Golf, and/or track. What are your experiences with any of these sports?

9 Answers

  • 4 months ago

    well what sports interest you and are you strong or are small and skinny 

    if your big and strong i say do football or if your tall like over six feet play basketball if your fast run track if you can throw be a quarterback in football or play baseball and tryout for pitcher there are lots of good options depending on your body type

  • 5 months ago

    Golf.  IT is the only sports that is on the rise.   All other sports are dying because of the league games are being cancelled.   Football, soccer, Basketball, and wrestling (this sports is for clown). 

    People who said golf is not a sport have never played golf.   Or maybe they only see golf when the senior people were playing.    There is NCAA tournaments for golfers.  Also see if you can hit 100 balls with a 5 iron with the blade head design.   Do you have the stamina to hit balls that many?

  • 6 months ago

    do wrestling or track i guess but i didnt like track

  • 6 months ago

    You should try Cheerleading it might be a good fit it's an all season sport except for soccer and baseball because it's comp season during their season but it could be something new and it's a pretty challenging sport that could get you to learn a lot of new things 

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  • 6 months ago

    Wrestling or track (based on your selections). Golf isn't a sport (excepting hate replies from Golfers :-)

    What about water sports? Water polo, racing laps, diving? They're all fun and will give you a good workout, and an excellent excuse to wear speedos; because you're not doing it to show off or for the fashion, but because speedos are the required dress code for competative water sports.

    Also, water sports are less strenuous on your joints, especially the knees.

    Or maybe volleyball if your school can't doesn't have a pool, or won't accommodate to find one.

    Of course do whatever you please.

  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    Wrestling: hug a sweaty guy. Pass

    Crew: booooring.

    Golf: Nice scenery, plenty of good stories, chance to see cute girls.

    Track: Only if you get to mingle with the girls' track team.

  • 6 months ago

    Track is a good foundation sport that you can transition skills over to any other sport. My personal favorite just because you get in such great shape.

  • Fulk Y
    Lv 5
    6 months ago

    There is a new sport you didnt mention. Its called Find the Branch. You and a number of your buddies go into the woods and look for the best tree branch you can find. Whoever gets the best one in 45 minutes is the winner. Very gratifying, very exciting. The chicks love a dude who is good at it

  • .
    Lv 7
    6 months ago

    It depends on what options you have.  High school sports are seasonal, and not year round. You could be decent at wrestling if you've got good cardio fitness and strong legs.

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