Starting something new is exciting and at the same time it can create some anxiety and fear within you. Don't fret, these are very common emotions that most people experience, even adults, when they embark on a new adventure. Perhaps, this year you are considering playing volleyball. Volley Country shares some very common questions that new volleyball players will ask:
Am I too young or too old to start playing?
Don't worry about your age, volleyball is a sport that can be played with all age groups on a team. Age groups within a recreational team can range from seniors to kids. Don't let your age concern you, concentrate on the enjoyment, improving your cardiovascular health, and building community.
Do I have the right build to play volleyball?
Don't worry about your physique when you start. Most everyone can learn to play the game and don't forget that volleyball is a great aerobic and cardiovascular exercise, so your physical attributes will evolve as you continue to play.
What if I'm not good?
Don't let your fears rule you? Try it out and with time and practice, you will improve.
‘I can accept failure, everyone fails at something. But I can’t accept not trying.' -Michael Jordan
For details: Four Questions New Volleyball Players Ask
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