Q&A: What sports can someone in the late 20s get good at?

Question by LoneOrca: What sports can someone in the late 20s get good at?
And non-athletic sports like curling, ping pong, darts, and shuffleboard do not count.
I don’t care Daniel.
Actually marathoners tend to peak in their early 30s, but I don’t want that really thin runners build. People have to give up alot of speed and strength muscles for endurance muscles.

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Answer by Daniel E
But….darts are fun :c

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2 thoughts on “Q&A: What sports can someone in the late 20s get good at?

  • December 29, 2013 at 4:56 pm
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    Well, it depends on what you mean by “good.” Do you want to compete at the Olympics or on a more local level? Or do you just want to have fun?

    I have noticed that many rowers / canoeists / kayakers are older. So are many cyclists.

    There are soccer, rugby, baseball, and basketball stars who are older than you, but these sports probably require learning moves at a younger age. So I would stick to speed sports that don’t put a lot of stress on joints. Although I have heard that even marathon-runners, whose bodies tend to wear out pretty fast, are competing at ever-older ages.

    Good luck.

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  • December 29, 2013 at 5:48 pm
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    Try a martial art.
    And don’t say curling isn’t athletic until you’ve tried it.

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