Why Sports Aren’t for Everyone

When it comes to sports, it’s safe to say that it’s not for everyone. I, myself, have only a limited appreciation for sports. But, let’s face it, there’s no one thing that will appeal to everyone, but, for sports, specifically, it seems like it should be the case, right? After all, what better form of recreation is there than the one that will help you stay in shape when the world wants to kill you with kindness? But, that’s just it; there are other such activities that appeal to a wide variety of people for a wide variety of people. Here are a few examples.

First and foremost, there’s the wilderness adventure. This type of activity comes in many different flavors, so there’s something for everybody. For instance, there’s hiking, which is, in essence, just walking, but with better scenery and more variation and terrain and, therefore, more work involved. Then, there’s foraging. Foraging is a great way to find some edibles to spice up your dinner or make some extra cash, or you could find some truly beautiful flowers and other flora that’ll put 1800Flowers to shame. You can also hunt or go fishing, if you’re into that, which is another way to feed yourself almost for free. Then, of course, there’s camping, which is not only its own great activity of living in the wilderness temporarily, but it’s also a gateway of sorts into many other activities of this type. On a single camping trip, you can hit the staples of a camping trip, such as ghost stories, roasting marshmallows, making s’mores, etc, but you can also go for a hike to forage for edibles or go fishing for a bit. I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention a personal favorite of mine, as well, which is rock climbing in all its many forms.