Sports are physical competitive games and physical activities. These fulfill the primal human desire for competition, physical exertion and physical activity. In essence all sports are potentially competitive, though of course there are many sports that cater to a different segment of people.
The first major division of sports is organized sports, in which a team of athletes, generally divided into two teams compete to win a trophy. The sport that we most associate with sports is the game of soccer, but there are also others such as swimming, track and field, wrestling, boxing and wrestling, basketball, hockey, American football and motor racing. These are just some of the more popular sports around the world but there are also many more recognized sports such as diving, fencing, gymnastics, figure skating, ice skating and motor biking. As the sport of sport develops into new areas, with new rules to enforce and new sports to embrace, the scope and the excitement of sports will continue to grow and expand.
Sport also involves skill. This skill can be compared to the skills necessary for driving a car or operating a keyboard and mouse. The skill requires practice and the development of specific muscle memory. Many athletes spend years developing their particular sport’s muscles and coordination, and the same is true for most sports. As with all skill, sports can be perfected through hard work and the continual improvement of your technique.