Top Ten Toughest High School SportsThis is not toughest sports, but it's the toughest highschool sports. Ones which you dreaded all day, but you just couldn't quit.
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Yeah the amount of effort you have to put in in order to learn everything and to have the discipline to learn from mistakes and get back on your feet when you've been beaten makes it difficult, but it also feels the best when you've come out on top.
Hardest and best sport but that's not an opinion it's a fact.
Yep very vert hard
Wrestling is the hardest sportV 18 Comments
I personally run cross country and I am a sophomore now, I started running cross when I was in the 7th grade. My brother got me into it and I sucked. When I ran it I just couldn't get into a place on my team except in last place. I also do indoor track and track. Indoor was only for high schoolers. I didn't run during the winter because I thought it would be fine. I did wrestling and my coaches made fun of me because I was too scrawny, I quit right before the first meet and didn't run till track. My time added about a minute for the mile which people that do track or indoor track know that can be a lot of time. I went into 8th grade year and ran better times once I got into it and I PR'ed. I did wrestling again because my friend convinced me. I wrestled pretty good and before I say this I just was gonna say that our wrestling team was good, we went to state a lot. But My track times stilled slowed down. that's when 9th grade year came and I ran harder, faster, and hated it. But that's ...more
I'm a sophmore now and I've ran since 8th grade. I would personally in my opinion say that cross country is the hardest sport. I say this because first off you have to be in really good darn shape to run a 5k or 3.1 miles competitively and get a good score/place and time. I only run 20 minutes and 43 seconds, but hey it got me to state placing 6th in the regional meet. But if you wanna be able to go to state you have to earn it. Cross country is all the other sports punishments. Like someone else said its not easy getting up every morning gettung dressed and running 8 miles at practice for a long run. Its not easy to run when its colder then Alaska out and when its hotter then a desert. We never get breaks and there is long sprint workouts in practice. We don't stop for snow, rain, or sleet. we only stop for lightning.
We don't get off seasons. To be Good, you run every single day. That means, literally forcing yourself to wake up at the crack of dawn to put yourself through physical pain. Also, there is no one forcing you to run, or telling you that you must run because the rest of the "team" wants your spot on the varsity 7. Oh yeah, did I mention only top 7 make it? It's not like football or baseball or basketball or hockey or soccer or any other team sport where almost 15-30 guys make the varsity team. It's 7, and only 7.V 16 Comments
I have met swimmers who have done multiple sports like track, cross country and soccer but quit at the toughness of swimming. I asked them what was the harder sport and they all say swimming
It’s competitive and a year round sport
You don't "play" swimming. That's that. If you think your sport is hard, try doing it holding your breath. You need to have incredibly honed skills just to make sure you don't get disqualified, and extreme endurance to even finish the race. On top of that, your raceing others who want to beat you just as badly as you want to beat them. You must be excedingly mentally tough, but at the end of the day, even though you hate it, you don't know what you would do without it.
Swimming is one of the hardest sports! swimming means beating the clock and your personal best. There is no breathing which takes out most of your energyV 8 Comments
Track is a physical and mentally challenging sport. There is no stopping, once you start there is only one way to end. Also the field events physically challenging. For high jump you have to jump at the right time in, the right spot. Throwing is a tough arm event, throwing heavy balls/discs. For long jump/triple jump you have to jump on time and as far as you can go. Also the injuries are crazy!
I played both football and ran track competitively. Football requires much more in a combination of strength, speed, coordination, and quick thinking. Track on the other hand only relates to football in one way and that's pushing your body to its limits. The difference in track is that their is no stopping, the 400 is a constant full on sprint. Track consist of running, torturing yourself, then running again in Hope's that you get faster which is still constant pain.
It’s all mental you are going to feel pain
Theirs no breaks,you can’t stop or call a time out once u start theirs only one way out,to finish
It's a lot harder then a lot of people think. It takes a lot of time, preparation, and it takes everything you have to play.
Easiest sport in the world, next to baseball - decdahalls
Aside from the skill, mental preparation, and physical contact, football requires loads of work to prepare you for the game.
Literal pain. Super intense and hardcore. Anyone who does crew ONLY talks about it and nothing else.
Crew is easily one of the most physically enduring sports. I wouldn't have any sport above it to be honest. Until you have tried it you can't judge it.
While other sports may be greuling or require hard labor for short periods of time, there is no break in crew. If you're tired you keep going until the race is over, anytime between 7 minutes to 15 minutes. You might think before a soccer game or running a 5k " oh, this is going to suck" but you don't wish for death or are scared to death brought to the verge of crying on an erg.
There's no pain like being halfway through a hard 2k. Everything is screaming at you to stop, your legs don't work right, your throat burns from the hard breathing and you are done for the rest of the day.V 2 Comments
Playing at a high level of water polo is definitely one of the most physically demanding sports possible. It's swimming while you're getting beaten up and trying to do a million different things at the same time. Go watch a college water polo game and you'll see for yourself. Definitely the dirtiest sport due to refs not being able to see under water.
The toughest all around.
6 players trying to beat the living hell out of 6 other players in the water. No breaks and no giving up because it literally means you can be drowned
Throw the best wrestler or quarterback you know in 8 feet of water and tell them to tread water without using their hands for 45 minutes. Then tell them to do that while passing and catching a balll with one hand while someone else is doing their level best to drown them in the process.V 2 Comments
Running, conditioning, skillwork, nonstop, and then practice starts.
So much conditioning
Rugby is just Football for men.
If you have no physical stamina, no leg & arm strength, and nevertheless no skills to actually dribble and run at the same time, then sorry m8, this ain't your sport
Sweat! Sweat! And sweat some more!
Volleyball is one of the hardest sports I am not going to go into detail but it deserves 4 hardest and it also depends on the coach you have
You have to be quick, decisive, and be able to keep going at your full strength while predicting the other team. One mistake can cost a lot. The whole team has to work together as one or there is no chance to win.
Volleyball, like most sports, isn't a competition to see who is better, but rather, who makes fewer mistakes. tack that on with throwing your entire body on a hardwood basketball court at least 20 times a set, and the chance of a 6'4 manchild with the swing of a bear hitting a ball directly towards you, and you've got yourself one of the fastest and toughest sports.
There is a lot of plays to remember and different things to say.
Yeah cheerleading is all core, shoulders and legs the hardest thing to control for a lot of people.
Football player catch a two-pound ball, cheerleaders catch a 100-pound girl. You do the math.
You need all kinds of strength and skill
Golf is a mentally hard sport, not physically hard. So to that guy who went insane saying this sport isn't hard, shut up. I personally hate golfing but I also hate people like you so I figured I'd stand up for golf
Why do people say golf is easy? No one has even PLAYED the game. I bet none of the haters can hit a ball
What do you mean Golf is a hard sport. Do you have down syndrome. I'm having trouble understanding where your brain stopped working and you decided to put golf above tennis. I have no respect for the utter fool who wrote this drive. Begone with your falsehoods and seriously wrong statements. I will make sure to tell everyone I know this site is not to be take seriously.
Golf is the hardest sport in the world and the longest I mean you have to think about everything shot cuts to get the ball to the hole faster less amount of storks its hard a kid in my class said golf is so easy I can hit it geese what he ti took us 25 mins to get of the tee box and the ball didn't move
Ice on blades, Fighting, big sticks... It's a mans sport...
Litteral death when we do one thing wrong.
In soccer, you are trying to beat out every other player in that position for your spot. If you lose, you're JV, and nobody wants that. Many kids are specialists in a position, so they can't play good anywhere else.
Basball is hard
There are many skills that you need to know for tennis.
Softball is a team sport, kind of like baseball but the pitching is much different, and much harder to learn. The ball is also bigger. The fields are normally smaller, but also are larger sometimes.
It's hard on the body, it's harder on the mind.
High intensity sport
train most mornings
gym in the afternoons
use all your muscles mostly the legs
takes a lot of practice to get right
hard work and determination
never win off having talent based on how hard you can push yourself
lots of pain at training so you can push yourself in a race
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