Senilis Pravus wrote:Surely physical activity such as he is experiencing with you is just what he needs.
You'd be doing him a favour to take him on (but maybe not yourself one).
Give him a trial period - he may improve.
But then I suppose I grew up before computers and cable tv and spent all my time running around outside, climbing on garage roofs etc. and did martial arts for a couple of years too. They must still have to do PE at school though, surely?
Simon Atford wrote:Probbally limited time for PE these days because of pressure from other areas of the curriculum.
SirRustbucket wrote:I'm half tempted to introduce him to the wonderful world of re-enactment but I don't think it'd be entirely fair. Being a bit wheezy and also still too you we can't really let him train, much less play, and having no money he couldn't afford the kit. Shame. Surely there's a lad who needs to be dragged out of his shell if ever I saw one.
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