How long will you keep playing rec league soccer?
5. Soccer keeps you in shape:
Do you want to run for an hour straight?
However, a crazy thing happens when a soccer ball comes into play. Somehow, running suddenly becomes fun. As it turns out, running isn’t so bad when it’s part of a game. That’s right, soccer masks exercise.
So, if you stopped playing soccer, how would you burn those un-wanted calories? Don’t bother thinking about it, the alternatives are brutal. Just stick to soccer.
4. Soccer helps you relax:
Remember how easy life was as a kid? No job, no responsibilities, no stress at all. But as we get older, everything changes.
Playing soccer takes the edge off. Running around and kicking a soccer ball allows you to release all your frustrations. It’s healthy as long as you don’t go too far. No one likes “psycho rec soccer guy,” so don’t be THAT guy.
3. Soccer keeps you connected socially:
If you’re 25 or younger, you probably don’t realize your social life could take a hit at any moment. Getting out to see friends becomes more difficult with age, so it’s important to have built-in excuses. Soccer is a great excuse.
2. If you don’t use it, you lose it:
If you stop playing soccer, your skills will deteriorate at an alarming rate. This is an unfortunate fact of life, and you’re best to accept it. Now that you’ve been armed with this powerful knowledge, you can either maintain your skills, or you can quit.
The choice is yours.
1. Who knows, you might have a dream season!
Every soccer player is entitled to a magic season every now and then. It’s a season where passes are on point, shots find the goal, and wins are easier to come by.
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