Not sure which sports to play this summer? Want to try a new sports, but are confused?
Well, let’s be real, this is no ordinary summer. I am sure most of you are desperate to go out in the sun, enjoy the beaches, get-together and play some sports, but but but…you have got to be realistic now. That’s not happening anytime soon, is it? At least in the way we know it.
So what does that mean? No sports this summer? Netflix and chill all day? That’s a big no. I don’t need to tell you how bad that is for you and your children. Read more about it here.
While you might not be able to enjoy football, volleyball and other contact sports, that doesn’t mean you can’t do any sports at all.
If you are not sure as to which sports you can try, then have a look at the list below.
- 1) Cycling – It’s a sport that helps to clear the mind while you cruising down those country lanes, or the parks in your city. And if you prefer to do this with a friend together (same household or not), you can easily remain distant from each other of at least 2 meters or more, without it putting any pressure on the fun and discovery.
- 2) Golf – Do you have access to a golf course nearby? If so, what’s stopping you from going to the course and having a little swing? You can get out of the house and enjoy the sunshine and breath of fresh air all while you learn to play golf. Who knows, you might finally realise why people like this sport.
- 3) Tennis – You could still play tennis as long as it is with a member of your household. You will have to check this with the club near you, but this should work. A nice way to get that heart pumping.
- 4) Running – Who said sports only means games? Explore your neighbourhood from a different viewpoint. No better time than now to put on your running shoes and go for a run.
I have 2 more for you. We consider training the mind as a sport too. How about the below:
- 5) Chess – It’s time to get that brain of yours put to some use in this lockdown. It’s not that hard to play the game. You can play it online with your friends and family who are miles apart from you or play against the computer and try your luck. You can search on YouTube for tutorials if you are unsure where to start.
- 6) Rubik’s Cube – Yes, you heard right! I am sure most of you have a Rubik’s cube at home. You might have also tried your hand at it and then left it alone, because it was not your cup of tea. We are both in the same boat. For this too, there are some clever tutorials on YouTube. Check them out. Time to get that cube out again and finally solve it once and for all!
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