You might be surprised to hear that you don’t need to be a fitness athlete to compete in competitive sports.
According to research by the National Sports Health Research Centre, there are many other types of athletes who could potentially compete.
So, if you’re one of those people who enjoys a bit of sport, here’s how to get started.
How to compete competitively competitive sports are defined as those that use a series of physical or mental skills to win a game or win points.
You might start out competing in a traditional sport, like rugby, football or basketball, and you’ll eventually move onto other types.
This is a bit different to being an Olympic athlete, which is to compete on a national level.
There are currently around 200 professional athletes in competitive sport, but only around 100 of them are elite level competitors.
There is a growing number of people who are actively pursuing competitive sports careers, but they often have very limited training and experience, according to the Sports and Fitness Research Centre.
There have been recent studies to suggest that many competitive athletes have some form of neuromuscular training that helps them train for longer.
Here’s how you can become an elite sports athlete.