|What is your sport, and what level of commitment do you have to it?
I practice and teach martial arts and self-defense full time. Since 1991 I have dedicated the vast majority of my time to the martial arts of Ed Parker's American Kenpo Karate and for the past 5 years been studying, training and teaching the Filipino martial art known as Cacoy Doce Pares. In both systems, I hold the rank of Black Belt and am continuously traveling to study the arts.
My "sport" is the Filipino Martial Art of Cabales Serrada Escrima.
I am consistently polishing and refining my technique and helping my students to do the same.
Soccer was always the biggest for me. I'm avid about it, both as a player and as a fan.
Baseball. I still play competitive softball and plan to until I am 80 years of age.
It's Football/Soccer. It's a religion, a clinical condition but above all it's a passion.
My sport is hockey, with a focus on the NHL. I have been a die hard Washington Capitals fan since I was 7 years old during the 1997-1998 season when they made the finals.
I like many other sports and know a lot about other sports, such as football, college football, baseball, soccer, and basketball - but hockey tops all of those.
I love to talk about hockey. I get extremely excited when I have the opportunity to meet another hockey fan, and going to Caps games when I can is absolutely the best.
I play football.
Captain my Saturday morning football team and also play for the university on a Wednesday afternoon.
I think I am a very committed player, always eager to to and improve. Mainly my physical skills such as movement, fitness, speed and strength.
Never been the best footballer - got my good and bad points - but out of all my close friends I got the furthest (played Under 18s level for a professional Scottish Club). Many friends I know have more ability than me, but I just wanted it more, annoys me a bit really, how far these guys could take themselves if the applied themselves properly.
Running! Commited enough to have completed 10 marathons and countless other distance races. Keeps me sane.
I figure skate and speed skate on a competitive level.
I started figure skating when I was 7 years old, although wanted to start at age 2 after seeing the Olympics on television. I have been skating for 12 years, and am very involved in my sport. Currently I am a prospective judge and accountant for the sport of figure skating.
I am also very involved in speed skating; I started 5 years ago to help improve my figure skating. Although not very interested at first, I grew to enjoy the sport.
Of course, I am very committed to both sports; my mother and I own and operate a skate shop (Lake Placid Skate Shop), and she is the president of the Lake Placid Speed Skating Club. I am the club secretary, and am constantly involved in figure and speed skating projects.
Golf is my game . . . as PG Wodehouse has said, "the Noblest Enterprise Known to Man."
my golf blog has the answers to any question one might ask, and I cannot bear to repeat myself. . . .more than necessary . . . like Johnny Carson observed about his stint on the Tonight Show, when he was retiring . . . "I've said everything I ever wanted to say . . . TWICE!"
I did play myself, I still do though I am getting too old and clumsy for that.
Now i rather talk about it, write about it and bet.
Maui Thai, 5 days a week practicing, i am committed to reach to highest levels and teach others helpfully for free.
I write about primarily football, but will write about every sport. I am very committed to my writing.
I am the Irish national champion,bodybuilder and powerlifter and European and world champion powerlifter holding 3 world records and 6 irish records
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