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Why Flag Football is the Ultimate Recreational Sport

02/16/2011, 10:00am EST
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What else could offer you the chance to win that coveted championship that maybe you couldn’t achieve during your athletic prime?

While being a champion is what we all strive to be when competing, having fun is just as important. Some people only have fun while winning, but others have fun by just getting the competitive juices flowing.

No matter which type of person you are, flag football is sure to be the most fun of any sport.

What could be better than re-living your old high school glory days once a week? What else could offer you the chance to win that coveted championship that maybe you couldn’t achieve during your athletic prime?
 

Flag football is the perfect recreational sport because it allows people of all shapes, sizes and abilities to succeed in some way.

In hockey, if you can’t ice skate, you’re immediately a failure. In basketball, size and speed are so important, that unless you’re ultimately skilled, you have no shot.

But in flag football, brains and precision are just as important as athletic ability and skill. The best teams in flag football often offer a variety of competitors that specialize in different areas. That gives anyone an opportunity to excel.
 

Plus, the availability and quality of flag football leagues is what sets it apart from other recreational sports. Whether you’re looking to go all out, or just have fun, you can easily find a flag football league to join.

So I ask, what are you waiting for? Find a league, and join now. Unless you don’t believe you have what it takes.
 

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