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Old 14 Oct 2011, 08:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default WS who does more exercise basketball,hockey,baseball, tennis, soccer, or wrestling athletes?

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Old 14 Oct 2011, 08:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 14 Oct 2011, 08:17 PM   #3 (permalink)
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What about american football?































if i couldnt pick football i would pick Soccer
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From the sports you posted yes it's wrestling.Hard work year around unlike the other sports that only have seasons.
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Old 14 Oct 2011, 08:28 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Actually, soccer athletes exercise the most. I mean in a regular football match, it is 90 minutes, meaning an individual player runs an hour and 30 minutes. They actually exercise their legs, since they are running and they have to run in order to maintain the ball. I myself is a soccer player in team, and I'm captain.
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Ummm going with Football on that one. When they aren't with their families or one the field they are working out
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Football(soccer to North Americans) or hockey, I would recommend hockey since you are from Montreal. GO HABS GO!
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I am not a big fan of most of those.















I like Basketball and Wrestling mostly out of those.















I think Wrestling athletes are more entertaining. Only if you are talking about Pro-Wrestling though.
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Out of all sports Boxing















in this list Soccer
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I'd Say Wrestlers There on the road training
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Those are completely different types of sports. Each require different forms of exercises to build and increase different types of strength and conditioning. For example, each of the sports you mentioned above requires a certain amount of condition training, but I would conclude that Soccer players need more condition training than the other sports considering that they have to prepare themselves for constant running in 90 minutes +/-. They also need a certain amount of strength training, especially strength increase in their leg muscle area. I think to some extent the same principle applies to Basketball and Tennis. Tennis requires an extreme upper-body strength and lower-body strength, especially arms and legs. It also requires a huge amount of condition training, because at the most, they are running back and forth at the court for almost 5 hours(with breaks.) Wrestling requires a whole-body workout, where the athletes must have a very strength just as well as condition to be able to move around the ring. Strength is also very important in Hockey, while Baseball is most likely a mix of both.































I don't think it's possible to estimate which sport that requires the biggest amount of exercise, but I personally would go with Soccer, out of the reasons I mentioned above and personal experience. I've played Soccer for many years and it's a very tough sport both physically and mentally.
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