What is the furthest you would travel to attend a hobby?

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What is the furthest you would travel, (in time taken to get there) to train at a sports class once per week?
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What is the furthest you would travel, (in time taken to get there) to train at a sports class once per week?
Manchester. I play football as a goalkeeper and if I need to be an understudy or deputise for my team goalkeeper then so be it. And I would love to go and see AON training complex.
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Manchester. I play football as a goalkeeper and if I need to be an understudy or deputise for my team goalkeeper then so be it. And I would love to go and see AON training complex.
I meant travel from your home at least once per week to train. How long would it take you to get there..

I’d love to be a goalkeeper I like the fast reaction element of it, I’m way too short though

I often wonder is it harder to get on teams etc as a goaly as there’s much fewer goalkeepers than players I’d imagine it’s more competitive
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I meant travel from your home at least once per week to train. How long would it take you to get there..

I’d love to be a goalkeeper I like the fast reaction element of it, I’m way too short though

I often wonder is it harder to get on teams etc as a goaly as there’s much fewer goalkeepers than players I’d imagine it’s more competitive
Takes me about 3 hours and 30 minutes. Because I need to change between 3-4 trains. Yeah I was known to be a goalkeeper because of the reflex saves that I keep on making and the use of my legs. It’s not though practice makes perfect, and at the moment for me it’s preseason. Obviously for the number one jersey when you have no competition it isn’t all that competitive when you do you are under pressure to perform.
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0 miles. Just exercise at home, or go running round the neighbourhood when there's no one about.
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If I wasn't working, probably up to about 1.5 hours. About 30 minutes max on top of work though.
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2-3 miles
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Working 11 hours a day, 0 miles
All my hobbies I can do from home and/or jog locally, I'm too knackered after work to make any real effort to travel for hobbies. Although my work buddy does dance class, but she isn't full time
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About half an hour each way (so an hour round trip) for a hobby.

Not that I have any.
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