Certain aspects of a person's personality can dictate what type of sports he or she is attracted to, as well as how well that person may perform in those specific sports. Certain sports, such as golf and archery, require a great deal of precision, which may be attractive to someone who is more introverted. Other sports, such as boxing and football, require speed but little actual motor skill use, which may be attractive to people who are extroverts.
Aggression is another personality trait that is directly relatable to sports performance. Someone with an indirect aggressive nature will be more likely to take out his or her aggression on an object, such as a golf ball or football, while someone with a direct aggressive personality will seek out contact with other people, such as with wrestling or contact sports.