Well there are actually several W sports in the Olympics including Weightlifting. I'm not a fan. Most of the time it looks as if the contestants are in absolute agony. I appreciate that lots of sporting events stretch competitors to their limits but watching them lifting those weights I'm always worried that they will really hurt themselves if it goes wrong. I'm also not a gym goer so the only weight I'm lifting at the moment is my grandson Nathan. He's almost 10 kg now so lifting him up and down if my work out for the days I'm with him.
There are also two types of Wrestling in the Olympics, Freestyle and Greco-Roman. With Freestyle pretty much anything goes within the rules but Greco-Roman is limited to using the upper body. Who would have known? My memories of wrestling are watching it on TV on a Saturday and it was so obviously fixed. Something else I no longer watch.
My favourite W sport has to be walking. But I quite like the sound of Wallyball (Volleyball played on a squash court) or you could try tossing a Waboba, a ball that bounces on water or, if you need a few logs for your open fire you could always try competitive Woodchopping!
Is walking your limit too or are you more energetic?