Are you naturally more athletic or artistic?
I literally have zero skill in either of those two.
I'm slow but can pack a punch or lay someone out in football and wrestling, and I can sing very well but I can only draw stick figures
Neither. I can't throw or jump, and I can't color within the lines 😂😂😂
ARTISTIC. I can't throw a ball to save my life.
Neither! Lol but, since I have absolutely NO creative ability in artistic/crafty ways and I do exercise and am able to build strength and muscle, and I used to be able to run fast (prior to giving birth) and play a little softball and basketball....I have to choose athletic. 😜
you can twain yourself to be athletic more than you can to be artistic though.
Athletic and competitive AF
I am a little bit of both. I can't draw like the dc comics but I'm okay. I can do some pretty neat athletic stuff too.
Haha me artistic. Not even in my dreams.
Is there a neither option?
Discussion/Debate is *technically* art since it's improv speaking.
Since no wasn't a choice, I picked artistic. I'm pretty good at interior decorating, and used to be good at writing.
All y'all saying BOTH how can you be more of both of something I so confuse :/
I don't think those things are opposing. I am both.
They're definitely opposing things for many people. I spent my weekend in a dorm at JMU reserved for visual/performing arts majors and when asked about sports the vast majority of us laughed or blinked or said "Sports? What are those?"
Hahahaha. Don't you have to be pretty athletic to dance?
Yes, I'd think so. 😂 But dance is still considered a performing art, and of the dance majors I met, most of them considered themselves unathletic. A few said they play soccer. I've never been much of a dancer myself, so I can't speak for any of them. 😅
Look at my name.
Never heard of that sport
Same. I can draw stick figures and I can do long walks, but that's about the extent of it.
Athletic. (Unless you consider wood working to be artistic) I can't do anything artistic to save my life. But I can place in wrestling districts my first year at a 30 pound disadvantage and beat varsity kids throwing JV javelin at my first meet.
Woodworking is generally artistic, I think. It's like sculpting, sort of, which is art. It's one of those things like dance, which can fall under both categories sometimes.
When I say woodworking I tend to mean building functional things (chairs, tables, boxes, etc) rather than more artsy things
Ah, you're quite handy. I still think in my opinion it's still more artistic than athletic. But I guess it can go either way.
Athletic. I could have been a star. Nah. Who knows? Friday night was church night, so no football for you, sinner.
Who goes to church on Friday, are you Muslim?
Was raised Apostolic/Pentecostal. I'm not any religion now.
A little bit of neither.
Lots of my ancestors made their living as artists, and the ability partially passed on to me. I'm not athletic at all, though.
Way more artistic. Drawing, painting, singing, music in general, writing, poetry, etc. Lolol
I'm a good writer but I'm a way better athlete. I have a somewhat unique ability to maintain peak fitness in the absence of regular exercise. I've set personal records for distance running after 4+ weeks off.
That's really amazing! I would love to have a metabolism like that.
I'm only 20. That could have something to do with it. I'm the kind of guy that can smash a double quarter pounder meal and immediately go for a 6 mile run and still feel good.
Could be its your age. It's still cool.
Completely unrelated, but gunfighter, we have almost the same political map as I do.
I love sports & have some athletic ability, but artistic endeavors are much more natural for me.
I've always demonstrated an artistic flair, but I'm WAY more athletic...
Musically artistic, but I generally stay in shape.
I can passably cook, sing, draw, act, and design things. But I couldn't do anything athletic if my life depended on it.
Neither lol but probably more artistic.
Athletic and it's not even close
I'm actually pretty good at both naturally. Not prodigious by any stretch of the means, but I like to think I can hold my own in either!
Far more athletic than artistic.
Did you play any sports?
Hi kermie! I did track and field in grammar school. I set the school record in the arm hang. Lol
Other than that, I didn't. However, because my mom saw I had a natural athletic ability, she signed me up for golf lessons, tennis lessons, karate, swimming, and more. She kept hoping I would pursue one but I never did. In college I discovered racquetball and loved it! I played all the time.
After school, it was too hard finding racquetball courts so I gave it up.
In college I took a badminton class but bought the racquetball book....and didn't even notice until the semester was over haha
Neither! I picked artistic, as closer.
Being a good grandma is an art form ;)
I picked artistic, which I am not, really, but I try very hard to be the opposite of athletic. Breaking a sweat qualifies as a heat emergency in my book.
Athletics were a big part of my life. I come up short in the artistic area.
I'm not very artistic at all, but my artistic talent far surpasses my athletic talent.
A none button would be suitable for me
I can't barely complete a stick person. Softball=my life⚾️
I paint and draw sometimes.
I don't see myself as either, but if I had to choose, I'd say athletic.
That's tough, because both are major parts of who I feel I am. I went with athletic.
Same here! Both are major components of my personality.
Musical so I put artistic