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    It's not very draining for me.

    My usual bowling experience is: roll the ball into the gutter, eat some fries and listen to music while waiting for my turn, then roll the ball into the gutter again..... It's actually pretty fun

    I suppose just being around the people and the noise of the pins can be overwhelming sensationally, and therefore draining, but so is pretty much any activity that involves leaving the house...

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    Come on, there has to be one other introvert who doesn't find bowling very draining.

    Unless I'm secretly extroverted.

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    Bowling is fun. But like with any activity, the more noisy and social it is, the more of a break I need from it afterwards.
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    I don't think there are such things as introverted or extraverted sports. An ISFP might enjoy both team and individual sports as they both engage their Se.

    I've always had a preference for individual pursuits but I think that is more of a SP kind of thing rather than introvert, not wanting to be tied down by schedules and commitments etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    I don't think there are such things as introverted or extraverted sports.
    I realize that a sport in and of itself is neither introverted or extroverted. I'm speaking to whether or not certain sports attract more extroverts than introverts based on the nature of the activity. Although I guess the bigger question overall is if some sports attract more introverts than extroverts?

    My basic assumption - which could be wrong, of course - is that introverts are drawn toward individual sports more so than team sports. And, the reverse would be true for extroverts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haight View Post
    I realize that a sport in and of itself is neither introverted or extroverted. I'm speaking to whether or not certain sports attract more extroverts than introverts based on the nature of the activity. Although I guess the bigger question overall is if some sports attract more introverts than extroverts?

    My basic assumption - which could be wrong, of course - is that introverts are drawn toward individual sports more so than team sports. And, the reverse would be true for extroverts.
    Hmm so using my type as an example, what about being an Fi dom would lead me more towards individual sports rather than team sports?

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