Posted on April 19, 2016 by Connor Hagerty
With most sports, a rhythm of progression is set naturally. You have rules and objectives, so you play within those rules to meet those objectives. Scoring a goal in soccer is the objective of the game, and not using yours hands is one of the major rules. In basketball you must dribble and pass to make baskets. In volleyball you can hit the ball three times and, by the third touch, attempt to spike it over the net and into your opponent’s court. The structure of these sports creates clear blueprints for what to expect.