The Power of Sport – By @hachanitedj

By Tedj Hachani


The Power of Sport 


I see Sport as a tool. Each of us have a different approach to sport.


There are so many things that sport helped me go through. You can’t even imagine the real power of it, it’s insane!

Sport is a process like everything else.


Anything is possible when you put your mind into it.

Practicing sport throughout my whole life has been a huge source of inspiration and I’m so glad my parents took the initiative. It has the power to unite people, I’ve made numerous friends thanks to sport

I also see sport as a way of communicating, it can create hope and there are almost no barriers.


These are all the sports i practiced :








-Table Tennis



Each of these sports have brought me so much! They taught me loads of values and if there’s one crucial thing i’ve learnt from it is that I can’t give up.


I try to put heart and soul in everything I do and sport is a good way to focus on your goals, your strengths, weaknesses, etc..


When they used to tell me I couldn’t score at basketball because I was too short, I worked my ass off to become the fastest. When they told me I couldn’t make it to top 3 because I have tiny legs, I trained 4 days a week and proved them wrong by being in the top 3 in 5 races.


Trust me, it makes you feel confident and powerful. (Don’t get me wrong, I am not telling you to be arrogant.)


When I’m having a bad day, I know I can rely on sport to make me feel better, AND THAT WORKS!

Sport is work, you can’t win a race if you don’t spend hours, days, weeks, years working towards your goal. You can’t win if you don’t fail.


More than being in shape, it makes you feel really good mentally and I recommend that you, yeah you, the person reading this, go do some sport today. Start with a 15min run, you’ll be fine and you’ll want to do more and maybe explore a discipline that you’ve never tried before. That’s how it starts!




Whether you’re 10, 30, 45, 70,… Sport will always be good for you. Forget about business for one or two hours and go train. 

That’s the best way to shift your perspective on your own body. You’ll be able to do things you couldn’t do before, you’ll feel muscles you never knew existed.





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