Right I've never really gone through proper football coaching since I was little boy but that wasn't for very young either. Football came naturally to me, as I felt I was always quite a lot better than the average person who played the sport. However football is my sport but I wanted to learn some new sports.
I've learnt table tennis with a mate. He taught me the sport and I ended up kicking his but game in game out after a good few months of playing it. Anyway he gets trained the sport now and would kick my ass. I haven't played it for years but only on the odd occasion for a little knock around. It's a boring sport though.
I've tried to play tennis and I'm not actually too bad at the sport. I have a lot to learn but I think it's another sport that I'll get much better at if I get trained at it.
Anyway the new sport I'm learning right now - Boxing... and it bloody hurts! It's by far the toughest sport I've come up against. Not even a week into it either but I'm sure it'll come. I went to the boxing club 3 times last week and just learnt a bit of the basics. Can be very frustrating and it's a lot harder than it looks. Today I sparred with my mate who's been boxing on and off for a good 4 years now. He gave my head a good knock around and even though I had a face guard on and he didn't even punch me that hard, it's still a knock on the head and it's tough to take at first. But anyway, barely a week into it and I'm enjoying it but I've just got to realise that it's a fun sport but it's a sport that hurts more than most
There is another sport I'm interested in doing and that is rowing. It makes you extremely fit!
Now my part is told, is there any sports apart from football that you are learning or have learnt?