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How To Choose Bowling Shoes

May 20, 2010
Many of us have bowled over the years, whether it was from when we were children, or maybe as we became adults. Bowling is a great pass time, and it’s also a fun way to burn some calories. One complaint that many people have when it comes to bowling, is the fact that bowling

How To Treat A Pulled Hamstring

October 11, 2010
Suffering a pulled hamstring muscle in your leg is not uncommon. In fact most of us who are athletic will likely suffer a pulled hamstring in one leg or the other at least once or twice in our lifetime. While a pulled hamstring muscle is painful and can seem frightening when it happens, it

How Can I ‘break In’ My New Baseball Glove?

June 22, 2011
The game of baseball has been popular for many years. Those who play it know that they need an excellent glove to do well in the outfield. In order to have an excellent glove, they should shop around to find the best type and then they will want to make sure that it is

How To Start Jogging

September 15, 2011
Jogging may be your free ticket to excellent health. It safely and slowly strengthens your cardiovascular system. You make your own schedule and proceed at your own pace. So, let’s get started. You’re about to begin a whole new life of feeling stronger. Exercise does that. Since you’re not working with a fitness trainer,

How To Do A Loop Jump

November 10, 2011
Loop jump is usually performed on the edge. The name arises because the hooking motion of the skate makes the takeoff edge seem slightly pre-rotated when jumping over ice. Loop jump is also known as Rittberger in Europe, where the jump is credited to its inventor, Werner Rittberger. Although a loop jump is executed

How Do You Prepare Yourself Psychologically For A Fight?

December 4, 2011
No one is ready for a fight, no matter what they may say or how they boast that they are ready. Though fighting is not something that you should do on a regular basis, there are some cases in which a fight is not something that can be avoided. For those individuals that are

How To Fleche

February 11, 2013
Flèche is a fencing technique that is offensive and aggressive and is used with èpèe and foil. It is outlawed in sabre and certain specific tournaments like high school fencing. The word ‘Flèche’ means arrow (French) and the attack is so named because it is surprising. Basic Elements – There are 6 main elements

How To Parallel Ski

March 29, 2013
Have you ever watch skiers glide down the ski slopes like they were floating down effortlessly? They are parallel skiing. This is really what skiing is all about. You have probably already learned what the snow plow is. The snow plow is what beginners start with. Once you learn to parallel ski, you do

How Can I Keep My Baseball Glove Looking And Feeling Like New?

May 13, 2013
Whether a person to be a professional baseball player, on a Little League baseball team, or just a person that likes to play baseball as a hobby, it is a good idea to learn how to keep a baseball glove in good condition. When it comes to baseball gloves it is important for a

How Should I Choose The Batting Order For My Baseball Team?

May 13, 2013
One of your jobs managing a baseball team is to give your team the best chance to score runs. One way is to take advantage of your players batting skills and put them in specific spots in the lineup. For example, you may have a player who is an excellent fielder but not a

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