To play any sport at a high level, even one like darts or golf that doesn't require peak athletic condition, it takes lots of physical practice. While you may only be involving certain parts of your body depending on what sport you are playing, at the end of the day most sports-related tasks are simply a combination of different muscles generating or receiving force.
But in the last few decades, the media has also highlighted the non-physical side of sports. Kobe Bryant, widely considered one of the best basketball players to ever dribble a ball, has been successful with investing as well as multimedia production endeavors in books and television. Much of his success is attributed to his remarkable work ethic, a concept that he captured in his best-selling book The Mamba Mentality.
Sure, anyone with a relatively healthy body can play sports, and the fittest among us will have an advantage on the court or field. But if you want to play at a high level and be the best when you start a game, you'll want to choose the sport that fits you not just physically, but mentally and spiritually as well. Paint a picture of yourself with these questions and we'll decide which sport's hall of fame it'll be hanging in.