"I did a year of judo. I passed my yellow belt, but I finally decided to that it was too violent. I was 7 years old" Thomas, DECATHLON.
And that fits perfectly with what we think. A sports activity must first and foremost be about your well-being and your enjoyment!
Personally, apart from my love of basketball pushing me to go to the playgrounds to shot 2 magnificent hoops out of 16 in addition to losing the ball 6 times as soon the opportunity arises, my sports activity is more down to spontaneity and curiosity than to results and performances.
My latest discovery to date
Cross-training: a 40-minute high-intensity introduction resulting in quite a bit of sweating, but more importantly to loads of endorphins for the rest of the day, and American football: an afternoon spent in the park with friends and ball, throwing far from regulation long passes, as we await sunnier weather and expecting the onset of stiffness.
In short, it is preferable to more importantly play and get enjoyment. Especially when you are trying a new discipline, taking up sports after taking a break or starting out for the first time.
Because we are not going to lie to you, if your debuts can turn out to be spectacular, they are often far from perfect. So keep focused on getting enjoyment and having lots of fun.
By the way, before we explain how to find a sport that matches your expectations, we leave you with this testimonial to reflect on:
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