What sports are good for two people?
Me and my brother want to start doing more sports since it’s summer.
We are football fans and boxing fans.
We play football all the time, we practise passing, crossing, tackling, skills,etc on each other and we also do 1v1s too, normally one of us is in goal and the other is shooting, or we do penalty shootouts. Currently, we only have a small goal and a few balls.
We are also big boxing fans. We have lots of boxing training equipment, including boxing gloves, a punching bag, headgear and training pads. We frequently train on the punching bag and we use the training pads a lot too, and we spar each other a lot as well.
We recently got into badminton. It’s ideal for us as we have a big garden and we can easily set up the netting at any time.
We are looking into getting a basketball hoop, and doing 1v1s as well as general practise.
We also watch rugby a lot, and we own a rugby ball, but passing can get really repetitive and boring. Are there any competitive 1v1 rugby games we can do in a garden?
So, to recap we already do boxing, football and badminton.
We are looking to get into basketball.
And we want to do more rugby, but we can’t find any 1v1 competive games that are equivalent to penalty shootouts or half court basketball 1v1s.
What else can we do?
- The Football GodLv 72 years ago
Basketball. You play 1 on 1, H-O-R-S-E, free throw contest, race while dribbling the ball, run plays against no one and even make up competitions. The main thing is to enjoy it.
- Anonymous2 years ago
Curling. It takes two on ice to do it.