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Let’s be honest, they’re probably just going to think you watched The Mark of Zorro one too many times. Video You’ll need a high starting fitness level for this.
We’re talking about marathon races, triathlons, weird obstacle races, iron mans, those weird running through mud things… But the feeling of individual achievement on completing one is pretty hard to beat.
Hey, if you tried and enjoyed darts, why not get involved with darts for the big boys. Shooting an arrow from a bow is fun, requires skill, accuracy, concentration, and makes you feel like you’re in an old western. But there’s definitely something satisfying about learning to shoot and improving your aim.
But what we most like about golf is that your improvement is measurable.
Even if you don’t fall in love with it, it’ll boost your form, flexibility, and fitness levels and you’ll feel much better physically and mentally. It’s also a really good way to ‘tech detox’ and recalibrate your brain with nature.
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And like other individual sports, it requires a high level of mental concentration.
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