Online dating sports
So whether your fitness passion is yoga, running, bodybuilding or some other exercise activity, you’re more likely to find a workout partner on this online dating site than just about anywhere else.First, create a profile that tells the world about your favorite fitness activities, why you love to maintain an active lifestyle and what you’re looking for in your activity partners.Little did I know that he was going to end up being this amazing guy." (*The amazing guy, a 33-year-old who works in the Dodgers' front office, is a little wary of admitting to the guys that he went on Match.com, so for the sake of the story, he's "Dan" and she's "Maggie.") "He doesn't really want people at work knowing he was on the site," Maggie says, laughing."Some people in the office already give him a little grief for dating a Cardinals fan, but I think his friends are just happy he's with another baseball fan." Even though Dan works for the Dodgers, he's actually an A's and Giants fan, owing to his Bay Area roots.
"I have lower expectations when I'm on those sites, so I kind of joked with my family, 'He's from the Dodgers, maybe he can at least get me some free tickets when the Cardinals come in town next month.' ...
There is a new app out there for athletes and sports-lovers alike: Sports Buddy. Well, the video above provides a glossy-looking demonstration, but essentially, you create a profile on the app, pick the sport that you want to play, and the app suggests potential (nearby) people for you to play with who are at your skill level. Jordan Silva Mishkin, the company’s director of business development, told “We create matches with a meaning.
When you think about it, a baseball game is a perfect first date. "They're all into their clothes and Hollywood," the 29-year-old says of the guys she'd encountered in So Cal.
I made 'N1Stl Cards Fan' my user name as a way to find people who were truly baseball fans and help break the ice.
A lot of the messages I got, they used the Cardinals fan thing as a great way to start a conversation." MLB Singles launched earlier this year and, according to Match.com, since then more than 550,000 members have added an MLB badge to their profile to identify themselves as baseball fans and acknowledge their favorite teams.