It is a perfect summer day, not too hot, and not too cool, but just right. You go out to play with somebody, and you start playing some of the sports that you like. Sports like soccer and wrestling with your siblings. But you don’t even think about when they started, who made them, or how they were played at the very start… Which is what you are about to learn.
One Of The World's Most Popular, And Oldest, Sports
Did you know that soccer was started from a sport made in China called Tsu’ Chu? All of you soccer fans out there must be thanking the Chinese, but you also might be saying, “How is it played?” Tsu' Chu is an ancient Chinese ball game a lot like soccer but not exactly the same. It is a competitive game that involves kicking a ball through an opening into a net and you can’t use your hands. Since the hole is very small, It is hard for the players to score. Soccer hasn’t been played so long, but apparently, it is good for you. 50 researchers from seven countries said that “Soccer is a pleasurable sport that provides an all-round fitness and can be used as a treatment for lifestyle-related diseases. Men worry less when playing soccer than when running. Women's soccer creates we-stories and helps women stay active.” He means that playing soccer is good for everyone and that when they play soccer, that they care less about stressful topics. That isn’t completely true, though, and even the best soccer player in the world says it isn’t the perfect sport. Lionel Messi, the best soccer player in the world got asked, “What’s your first football memory?” By a reporter. He replied, “My first memories are from when I was very little, maybe three or four years old playing in my neighbourhood at home. I can picture myself with the ball at my feet from a very young age.” He seemed to have liked it, but playing professional was more stressful for him. When he was asked, “Looking back on your first weeks and months at Barcelona, were they happy times or bad times?” He replied, “Both. I was happy to be living in Barcelona and experiencing all those new things. On the other hand, it was hard to be so far away from people. I had to start again, new team-mates, new friends. I also couldn’t play at first because of injury and because there were problems with the paperwork. That start was hard.” This means that it can be hard to be a soccer player, but at the same time, it can also be fun.
Polo is the 4th oldest sport, strange as it may seem since you may never have heard of it. Here is how to play it, in case you take a sudden interest to it. If you want to learn how to play, here it is. According to St. Regis Polo, “A polo ball can travel up to 110 miles an hour.” This means that polo is a very fast game. A polo game is played between two teams with four players on each team. The members are either attackers or defenders, and each has the job of scoring goals while preventing or stopping the other side from scoring on them. Most of the rules were made to keep the players and polo ponies (yes, you play with ponies) safe.
Polo ponies are full-size horses that weigh between 900 and 1100 lbs. They play for a maximum of two non-consecutive chukkers (A polo match lasts about one and one-half hours and is divided into timed periods called chukkers. There are six chukkers in a polo match, so a chukker is about fifteen minutes. The ball is rolled in by an official to start the polo match or resume play after a time out.) per match. The umpire begins the match with a throw-in, where the ball is rolled between the two teams, and then the game has started. There are two umpires on the field, and a third in the stands. The umpires generally call fouls for dangerous riding or use of the mallet. The penalty for a foul can be anything from a free hit to a free goal for the opposing team. Polo fields are 300 yards long and 160 yards wide. An eight-yard wide goal, marked by ten-foot high goal posts, is centered on each end of the field.
In conclusion, sports that have been played for a long time must be good ones to have been played so long. Sports that old you may never have tried like polo, Tsu’ Chu or Boxing. But you have now learned how to play some of these sports, so maybe now you can try them out. So if you have no idea what to do, you can do one of these sports. You never know if you haven’t ever tried. Give it a try.