Tsk, same. On some level I liked baseball, but the motivation was drained out when the result was MISS! MISS! MISS! But with martial arts I was pretty good.
I did cross country for a year and a half (I did the practices, but I panic too much at meets to do well) but it was sort of awful and I remember losing like, 5 pounds, which is a really big deal for me. I always was and still am to some degree, very good at sprinting and short distance running, but I was terrible as cross country just because we would run like 8 miles per day and if you were new, it was brutal and made you never want to show up again.
Is badminton the one that's like tennis, but not?
That's what they call a shake weight, Ave, they're generally made fun of a lot because of how you use it suggests...something else.
Holy mother of wasted money. Remind me to never drink again! 800swe/kr to get hickups and that's it. -.-
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Smaller, lighter, longer rackets. A shuttlecock instead of a tennis ball. And a higher net. Otherwise, it's basically the same.
I generally don't like the size/weight of tennis rackets and the weight/strength of the ball when hit. Badminton's just right for me.
Oh, and I also can't catch a ball for shit. Basically, I'm bad at every sport aside from badminton.
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