Sports and recreational activities are not only more fun today; they’ve grown into a multibillion dollar industry. Sports and recreation offer a wonderful outlet for the mind and body at all ages. Sports such as basketball and football have grown so sophisticated that one must be mentally sound as well as be physically fit and alert to play.
The diversity of sports and recreation today encourages family participation on all levels, while at the same time, allowing for individual sportsmanship. Sports have grown in popularity so much that they dominate most of Saturday’s and Sunday’s TV viewing.
To find the sports and recreational interests most compatible with you, look to your date of birth number for the answer. For instance, a person born July 26th (2+6=8) would look in the 8 section.
As you will see below, there are several sports activities that overlap one another. For example, although jogging is primarily under the rulership of the numbers 4 and 5, jogging is so popular today that all ages and classes of people born under other numbers also find pleasure in the sport.
Since some sports and recreational activities might cause physical stress, it would be wise to follow a few basic rules:
- See you doctor for a physical checkup.
- Start Slow! Build up your strength.
- Use common sense about what you can endure, to avoid mental and physical harm to yourself.
Choosing your sports:
Number 1 person
Those born on the 1st, 10th, 19th, and 28th of the month, or in April and August, can be bold and aggressive in acrobatics, athletics of all kind, amusements of all kind, archery, bowling, camping, checkers, chess, fencing, hockey, karate, racing, soccer, track and field, and weight lifting.
Number 2 person
If you were born on the 2nd, 11th, 20th, or 29th, of the month, or in May and July, you should look into akido, badminton, billiards, canoeing, diving, fishing, ice skating, martial arts, table tennis, tennis, t’ai chi ch’uan, sailing, softball, swimming, volleyball, and water skiing.
Number 3 person
Born on the 3rd, 12th, 21st, or 30th of the month, or in March and December, you’ll find much amusement with archery, basketball, bowling, exploring, fencing, fishing, handball, horseracing, hunting, karate, kung fu, ping pong, volleyball, weight lifting, and wrestling.
Number 4 person
Those born on the 4th, 13th, 22nd, and 31st of the month, or in February and August, will find odd and surprising pleasures in amusements of all kinds. Try bicycling, electronic sports games, checkers, chess, exploring, Frisbee, high jump, jogging, martial arts, polo, racing, roller skating, sky diving, tennis, track and field.
Number 5 person
Those born on the 5th, 14th, and 23rd, or in June and September, will find movement, change, and variety in auto racing, bicycling, checkers, chess, Frisbee, handball, high jump, jogging, judo, roller skating, running, skate boarding, sky diving, sprinting, swimming, tennis, and track and field.
Number 6 person
If you were born on the 6th, 15th, and 24th of the month, or in May and October, you’ll find fun and pleasure in amusements of all kinds, but especially with ball games. Try basketball, bowling, football, golf, handball, horse racing, table tennis, polo, softball, stickball, stoopball, tennis, table pool, and volleyball.
Number 7 person
Born on the 7th, 16th, and 25th, of the month, or in March and July, you should have fun investigating acrobatics, akido, badminton, billiards, bowling, canoeing, chess, deep-sea diving, fishing, ice skating, jogging, sailing, skating, swimming, and tennis.
Number 8 person
Those born on the 8th, 17th, and 26th, of the month, or in October and January, should seriously consider archery, ball games of all kinds, boxing, chess, golf, horse racing, ice hockey, karate, long-distance running, mountain climbing, polo, weight lifting, wrestling, and jogging.
Number 9 person
If you were born on the 9th, 18th, or 27th of the month, or in April and November, you’ll enjoy competitive sports of all kinds, such as acrobatics, auto racing, baseball, boxing, bullfights, fencing, football, golf, hunting, karate, motorcycling, soccer, target or skeet shooting, tennis, and weight lifting.