A lot of people especially the male gender would not really consider dancing a sport but I sure do. It is not as easy as it looks the technique is extremely difficult and takes lots of practice to perfect such rigorous techniques. I started dancing when I was about five for my private school at the time, I did ballet and jazz but when I went to public school I had stopped. Then I traveled to Nigeria and stayed their two years with my Aunt. While I was schooling their I also did a little dancing quite different it was more cultural, after that I came back to America and when I was a freshman in high school I audition for my high school’s drill team. I spent the next four years dancing at football games, multiple pep-rally’s, different contests and I even got to perform at the reliant stadium for our play-off game which was extremely exciting. So I would consider this a sport because I am pretty sure all those boys who would say it wasn’t a sport sure could not do a double pirouette. After I graduated high school this past June I didn’t really exercise much and without dance or looking forward to dance camp I kind of just sat around all summer which I regret. I should have worked out more, but now that I am in college I do go to the rec center to at least get a thirty minute workout in also having to walk everywhere is also involuntary exercising. As far as sports go I’m not involved in anything yet, I considered joining the dance team here at the university but I looked at the dance teams here at UTSA and I really just do not like the type or the style of dancing they do so I will not be joining any teams but I am interested in dance classes they offer at the rec center. As far as my future goes with exercise I’ve known since I was just a sophomore in high school that I wanted to be a physical therapist. I want a career where I can wake up and be happy to go to work and enjoy what I do, while also making a decent living. I would like to graduate with a...
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