All types of physical activity have their benefits, whether it’s keeping your heart pumping or relieving some stress after a long day. Others enjoy the endorphin rush after a good game of basketball or soccer, while still others like to keep their physique in top condition. No matter what the motivation is, there’s something to be said for playing sports.
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Most disc golfers are pretty well-versed in how the sport can help to create community and can make some major differences in your health, but one less talked about benefit has to do with the environment. Disc golf is certainly considered a green sport, as the negative impact it has on the land around it is virtually non-existent.
It seems that every sport or club around the world, no matter what the activity might be, tends to bring its own lingo to the table. If you’re an established part of the group then you know what others are saying, but imagine the confusion of hearing “disc golf-rich” if you’re not well-versed in the disc golf community.
Instead of sweating your brains out and engaging in exercises that push you to your limits, consider using disc golf to start your own fitness journey. The great thing about this sport is that anyone can play, so even if you have some weight to lose or are recovering from a serious injury, you can reap major benefits.
Frisbee is an amazing way to get the kids out and about exercising. And what’s more, it’s so much fun it hardly feels like exercise!
Whether you’re competing in an event or simply playing a round with friends, there are a few instances where you may choose to mark your lie. Keep in mind that the object you use during tournament play, typically a mini marker must be approved by the PDGA.
Disc golf is one of the best fitness sports, and it's very easy to learn. It’s a healthy sport activity that people of all age groups can play. If you like to have fun, then you should play disc golf! Let's take a step further by checking out “Disc golf then” (its inception) and the new growth and development. Since its inception, back in the sixties in Oak Grove Park, California where the pole-hole course was established, it has continued to expand all over the world, and now it’s considered one of the fastest growing sports.