If you could spend a month taking lessons from any athelete, who would it be?

@wiccania (3360)
United States
June 18, 2007 12:38pm CST
For me, I would love to take hockey lessons from Karlis Skrastins, my favorite hockey player. I love defensemen, and I would love to learn to play the game from a defenseman's perspective.
6 responses
@Buggheart (446)
• United States
11 Aug 07
Well I can't give an exact name because I don't really know of anyone who is a professional archer! LOL. I'm taking up archery and doing pretty well but I want to get really good and compete someday. So I guess anyone who is really go at it would do. Maybe Ted Nugent. ha ha
• United States
29 Jul 07
The only two sports that I used to be good at are softball ans volleyball but there aren't any stars that i want to take lessons from so I guess I would like to see the Mets at spring training.Or maybe see the Steelers at their training camp.
@sbksat (355)
• India
18 Jun 07
I'm a table tennis player. So I'd love to take training with sharath kamal who is Indias best TT player right now. I wouldn't say no to Beckham....ha ha
@ma_belle (1357)
• United States
18 Jun 07
I would love to train with Laila Alia, who is Muhammad Ali's daughter. I took kickboxing for a year a while ago and I loved it. I would love to train in just boxing. Its a great workout and super fun.
• United States
18 Jun 07
I would love to train with a guy like Brian Urlacher or Ray Lewis. These guys are the best linebackers in the NFL, and linebacker was the position I played in high school and college. I would be very interested to learn a lot from them regarding the nuances of the position. I think Tiger Woods would be a great athlete to learn from, too, because the game of golf can be played for years and the skills he teaches can be implemented on any course you play.
18 Jun 07
I am a squash player...no not the vegetable. I would love to get lessons from Ramy Ashour. He just woon the Pace Canadian Squash Classic which I watched and i've already played with him. He knows my club because we have such a great club and he even speaks English even though he's from Egypt. The great thing about him is he's modest and he's a teenager, only 17. Shows how the youth have more energy and skill then the old and wise players.