*You might not drive so you might rely on someone else to give you a lift or rely on public transport.
*If you live in a rural area the public transport service might be bad.
*If you have to carry kit it could be quite awkward as public transport could be packed and they might be no space and sometimes they make you pay extra to carry kit.
If you are ill you will not be able to take park in your sport there for reversibility will happen and you might not be able to catch up to progress to the highest level that you can or are required to and this could result with being dropped from your team / club because you are not progressing.
Money can be a problem if you use public transport because you would need bus fare or train fare everyday because you might not have a job there for you don't have much of an income to support your travels.
In some sports you need to buy your own kits and you might not have enough money to fund this.
James Smith from Elite Bodyworks visited us here at Queen Marry`s College on Thursday the 14th of March. We asked him questions about how he got himself set up to start his own buisness, how he runs his buisness, how much they cost and the fasilities they use and how much it cost him to use them.
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