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    Quote Originally Posted by noigmn View Post
    I'm interested in what other NFs are like at sport, and whether personality type has much bearing on it.

    Also how they approach sport, techniques, etc. What aspects they are best at.
    there are a many good nf athlete

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    I have awesome reflexes - but TERRIBLE hand-eye coordination.
    (Meaning - I'm a great catcher, but a terrible thrower)
    Coordination, balance, me?
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    Special Techniques- In high school, when we were forced to play soccer, the rebellious, non-comformist side in me said, "Strategy: Avoid the ball as much as possible. Whoever comes too close, if they kick you, kick back! Run FAST the opposite way towards the goal post. Then when a group of people start to head here, jog there." Sports aren't my forté..

    Except, boogie boarding (hardly do this anymore).. I'm tempted to take my baby cousins out to the school playgrounds so we can play a few rounds of handball. ;D

    Oh- and dodge ball. FUN! Does steal the bacon count??

    I wanna get into rock climbing (only if it's indoor). I know. So hardcore.

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    General co-ordination ie for say aerobics is quite good... hand-eye coordination is very bad I really did well at swimming and enjoyed it but the problem is that I really do not have a competitive bone in my body and so I didn't enter many meets to see how well I could perform.. I did very well in swimming competitions in school though when I was forced to take part!
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    As far as skill goes I am fairly natural at most sports due to having good reflexes and hand-eye coordination. The thing most people find funny about me though is that even though I still play quite a bit I hate watching any sport on T.V. I just find it very mind-numbing and boring :/ Why watch someone play a game on T.V. when you could be playing yourself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpottingTrains View Post
    As far as skill goes I am fairly natural at most sports due to having good reflexes and hand-eye coordination. The thing most people find funny about me though is that even though I still play quite a bit I hate watching any sport on T.V. I just find it very mind-numbing and boring :/ Why watch someone play a game on T.V. when you could be playing yourself?
    Yea, I prefer playing sports then watching too. Its something thats always been the case. Sport on TV can be fun aswell, but I feel better actually playing sports.

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    Sports: Not my cup of tea. The only sports I thought were bearable in high school (and sometimes fun) were basketball, badminton (after some serious coordination practice), and square dancing (because I was partnered with my crush). Swimming and running are okay if I keep at them on a regular basis but I don't.

    Coordination: Very bad but can improve upon practice.

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    I'm pretty decent at softball and volleyball. The only "sports" i did in high school were cheer leading and gymnastics. I was probably the worst cheerleader ever, because i am not coordinated at all, so i never did too well with routines. i was the resident cheerleader tumbler, because i used to be really good with gymnastic type stunts. Now i'm so out of shape i can hardly do the splits. I also highly enjoy aggressive inline skating, i'm not sure if that counts as a sport either, but i used to be really good at rollerblading.
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    Always been active, enjoyed sports. Played volleyball for 9 yrs competively.

    Gym, spinning, running etc.

    Almost all sorts of sports go except dancing.

    I like my sports rough challenging myself. I'll prolly try extreme sports in near future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tibby View Post
    Always been active, enjoyed sports. Played volleyball for 9 yrs competively.

    Gym, spinning, running etc.

    Almost all sorts of sports go except dancing.

    I like my sports rough challenging myself. I'll prolly try extreme sports in near future.
    Yeah, sports are pretty awesome.

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