well it could be either soccer they do get breaks and same with Basketball but the shooting time and the passing time takes away running time in basketball so I think you run more in soccer
Soccer which rules
Basketball with full rides. Softball, Soccer, Lacrosse, swimming and Field Hockey with partials unless the plater is extremely good.
Soccer is a good sport , it helps a person to remain fit as the game requires full body workout and not just legs
soccer coz you have to play the full 90 minutes, 1 break
Rugby unoin is the more dangerous, due to being a full contact sport.
Yes. Contesting for the ball does involve some degree of contact which is tolerated; however, association football is not a full-contact or collision sport. Soccer is most definetly a contact sport.. It may not be as contact as football where you tackle people but in soccer there is slide tackling. I have played soccer for 11 years and have had many injuries because it is such a contact sport but I am a goalie, so it is so much more contact for me than most positions. Hope that helped! :)
when you are running,u get tons of exercise. when you are playing a sport, you are running, normally. if you are practicing, then you are getting exercise as-well. you can also learn a lot about keeping your self at full health when you play sports! right on!!
do not poor any slippery liquids onto the basketball courts, this can lead to a player getting injured while running full speed.
Yes there is a lot of running in basketball (full court or half court). Either way you will be doing lots and lots of running and jumping, although the intensity is dependent on the pace of the game. You have to run much more in basketball than volleyball.
In my opinion, basketball holds the most primadonna players. I play tennis and I play basketball. From what i experienced, basketball is full of young men that think they are pros. They are not. I do not enjoy watching basketball with players that shoot every time they touch the ball.
It seems like he is a "full-spectrum" sports fan, but does talk most about basketball. He played high school basketball and still enjoys it. He also golfs and hikes and keeps his body fit.
No, because the full basketball includes the mass of the air, unless you don't include the air, then they are the same.