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Old 02-10-2013, 10:22 AM
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steady1 steady1 is offline
Join Date: Nov 2012
Location: Belton,TX
Years Playing: 9.4
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Burnout can happen but will be different for individuals. I can get motivated and train for a road race (running) for several weeks. If my mileage gets too high, legs can't perform as well with lower mileage. You get the "don't give a darn." attitute. However, a short break and rest, it returns just like appitite or sex drive. Having goals are good, but you can overdo it.

I practice disc throwing and putting daily for 30 min or so in my yard. On vacations, I play a round everyday. Even then, I do not think I love it enough to do it daily for a long period. Physically yes, but not mentally.

I enjoy the game as recreation, but not as much as other hobbies I guess. We have only 24 hours for work, play and rest. Scheduling around a job can be tough.
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