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i do fitness videos, and i have to say there isnt a big demand for these on here, although i dont advertise it. Im not sure if sporty people actually look for things on Fiverr as it is more aimed at small business etc. just my thoughts

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If you look around, “teach you” and “show you” gigs are not among the big Sellers on Fiverr. Okay, I’m sure there is an exception or two. However, generally speaking Fiverr Buyers want someone to do something for them. Something they can’t do or don’t have time to do. Design a logo, edit a video, write an effective sales letter or do SEO work.

Folks don’t seem to use Fiverr to loose weight, get six pack abs or learn a skill. And the Sellers that “will show you how to make $5,000 a day” have grossly under-estimated the Fiverr Buyer and the Fiverr platform.

Why would the average bear pay $5, $10 or $20 for tips or advice, when there are a gazillion teach you / show sources available for free on the web?

That’s not a criticism, it’s simply a question.

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The best kinds of sports for girls:


Most kids love nothing more than splashing around in a pool, so getting your daughter involved in swimming is an ideal choice if she’s hesitant about joining a sports team. Swimming is also fun for children, so it can teach your daughter early that exercise can be enjoyable. Even when the weather is chilly, your daughter can get weekly exercise at an indoor pool.


Any little girl who has seen the Summer Olympics will like the idea of learning gymnastics. Since each gymnast performs on her own but is ultimately part of a team, learning gymnastics teaches a young girl about teamwork and earning her own accomplishments. Gymnastics also helps girls develop grace and coordination, which can boost her confidence as she gets older. Girls can start taking gymnastics lessons from the time they’re toddlers, so they’ll grow up being physically fit and enjoying exercise.

3.Baseball or Softball

By watching princess movies or beauty pageants, your daughter may have gotten the impression that she’s supposed to be delicate and weak. Playing a sport like baseball or softball will teach her that it’s OK to be strong. Pitching and throwing a ball is a somewhat aggressive movement, so she’ll learn to be strong and tough, without risking the injuries that contact sports like football can cause. T-ball and baseball are sports that young boys and girls often play together, so she’ll learn to be comfortable interacting with both sexes.

Sadly, copied from https://www.livestrong.com/article/525076-good-sports-for-young-girls/

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