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    Most tiring sport?

    In my opinion boxing is the most tiring sport in the world. Its truly incredible how they are able to go 12 rounds, 36 minutes of not only throwing punches but taking them as well.

    Some other sports would be soccer, tennis and basketball. Just my opinion.

    What do you guys think?

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    Any kind of fighting would be extremely tiring, as well as long distance running. Chasing the ball in tennis is no picnic, either.
    Last edited by Thin Ice; 03-21-2007 at 04:44 PM.

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    Wrestling, hands down toughest sport in the world.

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    first off nice name and second i think it is wrestling too, it is so tiring and physically draining so quickly.

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    fishing

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    i agree wrestling! unless you stall the whole first period like me haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebjack
    fishing


    Seriously, anything you can do while eating and drinking is not a sport. Also, anything done in a sitting position is not a sport.

    Sports include hockey, tennis, basketball, etc. Bowling, car racing, golf, etc. don't count. (I like racing, but it's just not an athletic event.)

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    extreme fishing then

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    curling and shuffleboard, get some

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    Soccer .. and golf..lol

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    1.soccer 2. motocross

    studies as old as twenty years ago showed supercross/motocross riding is second to soccer. VO2 data was used among other tests. Basketball was third, but would be first if the game was non-stop.

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    i agree with motocross being the most demanding.

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    Exclamation

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    extreme fishing then
    YEAH! Instead of leisurely sipping the beer from a can, you use a beer bong and try to fish while stupidly drunk. Sounds awesome! I'll have to try that some time.





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    Quote Originally Posted by JAYROD
    i agree with motocross being the most demanding.
    Although I do ride motorcycles, I've never tried motocross. However, I can't imagine how riding a bike with a motor could be harder than, for example, bicycling with pure leg power. I mean, it would take some B@!!$ to do some of those motocross jumps, I don't see how it would be that physically taxing.

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    as a pro water polo athlete
    i dare anyone to walk home, or more then a mile, after a game....
    even juiced it is close to impossible....
    (at pro level)

    i rowed and its hard it lasts about 5-7 minutes
    i swam... 50m free... its about 20-25 seconds
    i played rugby, tough very very tough but you are on your naturel ground.. no wasting energy while resting
    water polo game is about 45-60min and in pro world, teams are 13 players 6+goalie.. so only 5 subs.. extreemly demanding and physical...
    water effect is just icing on the cake...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Georgie
    Wrestling, hands down toughest sport in the world.
    I've wrestled and boxed. Boxing beats it hands down.

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    Actually wrestling is another sport I forgot to mention. My friends a wrestler and it is as intense as it gets. They are incredible athletes in my opinion.

    Also, I got into boxing in september and am a registered amateur fighter and boxing just beats the crap out of me. After a workout I am done. LOL.

    And also, as mentioned earlier rowing and water polo are also extremely demanding sports. What a workout!!
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    IMO, Porn hands down. Especially for the women. I mean all that fake moaning, c-mon@#! You can't teach that baby. pure athletes!

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    The answer would be like a tie among many sports, because the best athletes in those sports will be doing their sport at a level of intensity that is about as tiring as a human body can handle. Triathlon, boxing, marathons, cycling, tennis, wrestling, cross-country skiing, swimming, water polo are all among the good answers to this question.

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    Boxing, MMA, basketball and soccer. In that order!!!! IMO!!!!

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    Wrestling.

    It may only be 3 periods equaling 6-7 minutes total but it is the most tiring 6-7 minutes I think I will ever encounter in my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shrpskn
    Wrestling.

    It may only be 3 periods equaling 6-7 minutes total but it is the most tiring 6-7 minutes I think I will ever encounter in my life.
    Exactly what I wants going to say.

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    Im not a wrestler but have grappled with friends before and it is very tiring, same with boxing, me and a buddy went out and boxed with 16 oz gloves and were done after like 3 mins, insane.

    And I can deff see how motocross would be up there, your entire body is ingaged the whole time to control the bike/ havent you guys ever went water skiing or even tubeing? kinda the same thing.

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    I used to run cross country, its not that tiring, just more mental than physical,

    Hell I even ran a meet high one time, maybe thats just me though.

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    played hockey for a living. played all the other major sports growing up. even raquetball, some tennis. NOTHING, and i mean NOTHING breaks me down like boxing. of course when you are out of shape anything different can seem like a chore. i'm talking when i am in absolute top shape, boxing still breaks me down. hard to imagine some of the 15 round wars of days gone by. never did any of the mma stuff. i know i break balls sometimes, on those guys, but it's all in good fun. i would imagine thats no picnic either.

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    Espn ranked all the sports that are commonly played. They ranked them on a weighted average based on things needed like, toughness, strength, endurance, brains etc... Boxing was ranked at the very top of the list.
    check it. Google "toughest sport in the world"
    Last edited by rock357; 04-12-2007 at 08:58 AM.

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    hockey. goalies can lose 10lbs of fluids through the course of a game.

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    spelling bee. it's on espn.

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    Cycling!

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    wrestling, boxing and trying to reel in a marlin in deep sea fishing.
    i think a Navy seal works harder than all.

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    I agree deep sea fishing can be very tough. Its hard to decide on a single sport that is the most tiring. In my opinion, marathons, long distance swimming, rowing, basketball, soccer.

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    i'd have to agree with 100m champ.

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    Isn't the Ironman recognized as the most tiring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Papi93 View Post
    Isn't the Ironman recognized as the most tiring?
    No way.. i would say the tour to frace Cycling

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    well.. i'd go w/ swimming...

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    no way guys hockey is the most tiring REAL sport there is!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwertyuio View Post
    no way guys hockey is the most tiring REAL sport there is!!!
    Hell no! Hocky players get too rest between periods and shifts

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    Quote Originally Posted by anabolicshark View Post
    as a pro water polo athlete
    i dare anyone to walk home, or more then a mile, after a game....
    even juiced it is close to impossible....
    (at pro level)

    i rowed and its hard it lasts about 5-7 minutes
    i swam... 50m free... its about 20-25 seconds
    i played rugby, tough very very tough but you are on your naturel ground.. no wasting energy while resting
    water polo game is about 45-60min and in pro world, teams are 13 players 6+goalie.. so only 5 subs.. extreemly demanding and physical...
    water effect is just icing on the cake...
    i agree w/ the water polo, i think anyting in the water is the most tiring... but swimming is definately one of the hardest... because it works your whole core and body, boxing just works upper body mostly, wrestling works whole core but you dont have to move through water, try wrestling in water, thats freakin hard...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thin Ice View Post
    Although I do ride motorcycles, I've never tried motocross. However, I can't imagine how riding a bike with a motor could be harder than, for example, bicycling with pure leg power. I mean, it would take some B@!!$ to do some of those motocross jumps, I don't see how it would be that physically taxing.

    Motorcross is extremely demanding. The abuse it puts on your body is unreal. It's a young person's sport. Most motorcross racers retire before or shortly after turning 30. Aside from having amazing talent, it all comes down to conditioning.

    I will agree Road racing doesn't take the most endurance. I do both and motorcross is way more demanding.

    My vote goes to boxing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ectomorph28 View Post
    In my opinion boxing is the most tiring sport in the world. Its truly incredible how they are able to go 12 rounds, 36 minutes of not only throwing punches but taking them as well.

    Some other sports would be soccer, tennis and basketball. Just my opinion.

    What do you guys think?
    marriage is by far the most tiring sport

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