Best Endurance Sports

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21 Badminton Badminton Badminton is a racquet sport played using racquets to hit a shuttlecock across a net. Although it may be played with larger teams, the most common forms of the game are "singles" and "doubles".
22 AFL

AFL is a clear #2 behind Marathon, perhaps because people don't know about the sport...

An average AFL player runs ~15km (9.5 miles) per 2 and a half hour game, along with incororating the physical hardness of tackling, bumping and well...fighting, AFL is EASILY the #2, if not #1... - AFL

23 Squash
24 Irish Dance

You need the best endurance possible for dance because if you die out you can be disqualified. Also you need to be EXTREMELY tight and pointed toes, arms in throughout the whole dance, you need to be able to push yourself high off the ground. You need your feet completely turned out or points are taken off. You must be on time or else you disqualified.
What do we have to do? Well for the Midwest championships we train for hours trying to perfect our steps. We have to do a 1st step right and left then a second step right and left then a THIRD step right and left or sometimes left. So how do we keep our endurance up?
~ All 3 all 3 all 3 NO STOPING (ABOUT 7 minutes of doing what I told you how you had to be when your dancing)
~Jump rope
~running for about 20 minutes no stopping if you stop you start all over again meaning 40 minutes!
~ we have to do pushups (50)
~situps (50) otherstyles too
~clicks for 2 minutes
~treble hop backs for 3 ...more

25 Cricket Cricket Cricket is a bat-and-ball game played between two teams of eleven players on a cricket field, at the centre of which is a rectangular 22-yard-long pitch with a wicket, a set of three wooden stumps sited at each end.

Come on! Cricket matches can last 5 days!

26 Endurance Motorsport

Le-mans goes for 24 hours (up to 10 hour per driver)


27 Baseball Baseball Baseball is a bat-and-ball game played between two teams of nine players each who take turns batting and fielding.

Oh poor you all you do is stand around the field most of the time... I've never seen a fit baseball player!

Really? 13? Horrible playing 4-5 games in a week? 162 games!

28 Cheerleading

Cheerleaders work really hard and train really hard and sweat a lot it just looks easy because THEY MAKE IT LOOK EASY cheerleading should be at least number 12

29 Horseback Riding Horseback Riding Horseback riding (or Equestrian) is one of the most intense sports known to man. Not only because it's physically challenging, but it takes more than athleticism. Horseback riding takes commitment, time, patience, and most importantly building a bond with your horse. If you don't have a good relationship more.

Horse back riding gets breaks but you don't dismount when your on a break. And when your on break your actually just waiting for other people. You always have to be in alert. I know someone at my barn who was just waiting normally and her horse spooked and she broke her arm. You always have to know you are on a living breathing soul.

To ride, you must NEVER lose control of your mount. This includes using leg muscles for whatever time you are on. If you let go, the horse doesn't know what to do, and, if you are riding a green (inexperienced) horse, they could throw you off. You must keep directing this horse with your leg muscles the whole time you are on. You cannot stop.

30 Netball

I do 1-7 hours every single day, netball athletes being among those reaching 13 in the beep. All sports are hard depending on the amount of energy and time put in to your sport!

31 Mixed Martial Arts Mixed Martial Arts Mixed martial arts is a full-contact combat sport that allows the use of both striking and grappling techniques, both standing and on the ground, from a variety of other combat sports and martial arts.
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