It depends what you mean by power do you mean power in the leg or the hand. Well i will just answer both. Soccer uses a lot of power because you have to kick to ball in the goal from pretty far, you have to pass it to your teammates and you have to lob it up. Basketball requires a lot of power in your hands because in basketball all you do is use your hands. You use them to shoot, dribble the ball, and pass.
Sprinters when pushing away from the blocks, footballers striking a long range drive, boxers delivering a punch, as well as other sports. (BTEC Level 3, Sports Book1)
basketball and wrestling IMO
Power is often used in sports which require much physical strenth for a certain amount of time. Some examples may be American Football, Wresling, Weightlifting, and even recreational sports/activities such as Tug-o-War.
Many popular sports require the players to be aggressive. Some sports more than others have physical aggression as part of the sport. In some sports an aggressive mindset in needed and there is no physical contact. Here are the sports, some are Olympic Sports that require physical aggression: 1. Boxing 2. Wrestling Both the above Olympic sports require aggressive physical contact. Non Olympic sports requiring physical aggression: 1. Professional boxing 2. American football 3. Canadian football Winning in a sport that does not require physical contact, always requires an aggressive attitude or mindset to win.
In order to become a sports agent without a degree in sports managment you would have to have some sort of in with a company. Most companies require a degree.
Sports require accuracy in some cases, agility, intelligence and heart. What I mean by heart is that you don't give up.
any running, football, basketball, baseball, etc. tennis
All sports in some way needs flexibility....... The amount it needs may vary.. But there is no sports without flexibility...
Most types of sports that would require a sports bra for most women include sports like gymnastics and figure skating, as well as soccer and basketball as well.
Non-endurance sports are those sports which do not require a great deal of endurance.
Pay-to-play sports require payments to play.
Nearly all sports require some form of co-ordination. Co-ordination means being able to use you hands or any other part of your body in conjunction with something else. For example in tennis, you require hand-eye coordination, to time when the ball is coming and when to hit it. In soccer you require foot-eye coordination, to time when and where to kick the ball. There are no sports that I can think of that do not require some form of co-ordination. Even chess needs basic hand-eye. Hope that helped