The Hassles Of Playing Sports Outdoors

Playing indoor sports takes the hassle out of playing sport that usually accompanies playing a sport outdoors. During recent times, there are more indoor sports centres available for people to sign up to, demonstrating that there are more and more people embracing the indoor sports movement. At Salisbury Super Sports the facilities are second to none, which means that you spend less time worrying about the hassles and more time enjoying your team sports.

Sun Risks

The risks from the sun are all too real for many of us. Every person now knows someone, or knows of someone who has had their health affected by too much exposure to the sun’s harmful UV rays. Playing sport outdoors calls for us to be diligent in ensuring that we are committed to appropriate sun safety, which can be a real drag, especially if you are allergic to sunscreen as some of us are. When playing an indoor sport you never have the bother of putting on sunscreen, or making sure that you can wear your hat while playing your sport of choice, so it’s much easier to simply turn up and do what you do best.

Limited by the Weather

How many times have you had your game cancelled due to weather, or the threat of a weather event? Often when playing sports outdoors we are limited by wind, rain and storms, which can put a real dampener on the season, especially if you end up missing out on a few games. When you sign up to play with an indoor sport team, you are ensured that your games will always go ahead, rain, hail or shine – and in a clean, well maintained facility such as Salisbury Super Sports, all you need to worry about is getting out there and giving it your best!

Insects

One of the most annoying hassles of playing sports outdoors is the insects! Midges and other irritating insects can really put a spanner in the works when playing sports outdoors, calling for the need to put on various insect repellents and creams to combat the uncomfortable bites and stings. When playing sports indoors, you don’t have to worry about getting bitten so you can give 100% to the game.

Distractions

Playing sports outdoors means that there are a lot more distractions, which you don’t experience when playing indoor sports. When playing indoor sports you will find that you are more focused on your game and able to get the most out of it, rather than losing focus and dropping the ball – sometimes literally.