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3 Teams You’ll Want To Watch During The 2015 Football Season

Some have called NFL players modern day gladiators and, from an entertainment standpoint, it’s a winning comparison. For ancient Romans, the gladiator fights were must-see spectacles held in a stadium that drew in a large portion of the population. In the U.S. today, football games garner the same amount of large-scale attention. Lives aren’t at stake, but there is a lot riding on each game. Anyone who has ...

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Boating Accidents

Boating accidents are on the rise. Boating companies need to improve the safety measures to avoid these accidents. Check out the following infographic which gives some stats on the boating accidents: Via: El Dabe Law Firm of Los Angeles ...

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The Art Of Weight Training

Weight training and resistance training are used to develop the muscles. Weight training uses the force of gravity against the force of your muscles to increase and strengthen them. Many different sports use strength training as part of their training regimen, from the more obvious sports of body building and power lifting, to track and field and basketball. Strength training is becoming increasingly common ...

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Awesome Ski Resorts In North America

If you're planning on getting away for a bit of winter sport action early next year then heading to North America will certainly take you to some of the coolest resorts on the planet as from the east coast resorts of Vermont to Banff in Canada, you'll be totally spoiled for choice. Skiing and snow-boarding is an awesome way to have fun when the snow is falling and even if you don't fancy hitting the slopes ...

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5 Awesome Water Sports You Should Try When You’re On Vacation

People that go on vacation usually opt for a certain type of vacation when they travel. For instance, some people prefer a vacation where they do a lot of sightseeing, while others are happy to sit by the pool reading a book and generally not doing anything! But for others, the lure of spending lots of time on, in or under water is too great to resist! When I go on vacation, I enjoy doing some swimming as I ...

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5 Results of Training With Bad Runners

Bad equipment equals bad players, this is a pretty simple fact of sports. Training without the proper tools, or even the proper clothes can make a serious dent in your physical wellbeing, as well as your abilities as an athlete. Here are some results of training with bad runners that might show you why you should carefully consider the range next time you’re browsing Mick Simmons Sport and wondering what to ...

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How Does The Concept Of Assumption Of Risk Apply In The NFL?

Assumption of Risk Defined Football fans do not usually have to think about legal issues when gearing up for a new season. However, the recent controversy over head trauma and concussions gripping the NFL has pushed concepts like assumption of risk into the spotlight. Assumption of risk is defined as “a term or condition in a contract of employment, either expressed or implied from the circumstances of the ...

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Why Should I Use Sports Gel?

The race season has started and you’re gearing up to make an impression; the top three sounds good and you’ll do anything to get there. Besides keeping an eye on your nutrition, snacking on nuts during long rides, keeping your fluids up and maintaining a race-ready bike, there’s not a lot you can do to improve your times but practice, right? Technically, this is true. But what if you don’t want to pack a my ...

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How Do You Join a Fantasy Football League?

If you are one of the pigskin loving Americans, then you will agree that the ability to control a professional football team is an ultimate dream.  As part of the larger billion dollar industry, fantasy football gives you an opportunity to make this dream become true, in a virtual sense. Fantasy football works in a similar manner like other fantasy sports as you get to compete against other players as gener ...

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Fantasy Football Preview: WRs Returning From Injuries

Injuries limited these young wide receivers in 2012, but they should be on your fantasy pay leagues radar in 2013 if you play fantasy football. If they can recover, they could be an asset in your fantasy pay leagues: Vincent Brown, San Diego Chargers Brown, a third-round pick in 2011, had 19 catches for 329 yards as a rookie, averaging 17.3 yards per catch, and scored two touchdowns.  But in 2012, he broke ...

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