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Outdoor Sports Best For Body’s Physical Growth

Sports serve as a way of physical exercise. No matter what age a person is, individuals those who are involved in sports maintains a better body image than those who are not involved in sports.  Outdoor sports involve a lot of body movement such as running, jumping muscle stretching and many such which helps the body work to free and stretch allowing it to grow properly. Outdoor sports such as Football, Soc ...

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Dunlop Tennis Racquets: Part Of A Diverse And Historic Brand

In the world of sporting goods, one of the most recognizable logos is the ‘flying D’ logo from Dunlop. The logo is a part of tennis history dating back to over 40 years ago! You’ll not only see it on Dunlop tennis racquets and bags, but products from other sports like golf and squash. While it’s not surprising to find this logo in different sports, what is surprising is to see how many other industries use ...

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How To Teach Kids Safety For Swing Sets And The Rest Of The Playground

Teaching kids safety is one of the most difficult things for most parents to do because it is so difficult to relate how horrible the consequences can be.  Unfortunately it is a must as the children get older and start to take on swing sets or other potentially dangerous playground equipment.  Instead of turning a blind eye to the issue, it is important to always review safety materials and teach your kids ...

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Carlos Quentin Off To Great Start With Padres

After coming over to the Padres from the White Sox in the offseason for two minor leagues, Carlos Quentin disappeared from fantasy radar when he underwent knee surgery in March. Originally expected back in late April, Quentin did not make his Padre debut until May 28. Four years removed from his breakout year of 2008 and now playing home games in San Diego’s extreme pitcher’s park, expectations were tempere ...

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What Happened To The Phonak Cycling Team?

Sponsored by a company which manufactured hearing aids, Phonak were a relatively short-lived but quite significant cycling team. They were in operation from 2000 until 2006 and featured major riders such as Tyler Hamilton and Floyd Landis, both of whom had previously made their names riding in support of Lance Armstrong during his early Tour de France wins. The recent Giro d'Italia winner, Ryder Hesjedal, w ...

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Life On The Edge

When you’re living life on the edge, whether it's jamming in a straight-in crack or pitching a horizontal flange, the shoes on your feet are as important as any climbing equipment you use.   From smearing on a sloping slab to edging on a small hold, the quality of your climbing shoes is paramount, and can make the – often minimal – difference between success or failure.   Rock shoes are as fundame ...

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World’s Highest Tennis Court Atop Roof In Dubai

The beautiful city of Dubai is located in the United Arab Emirates and contains some of the most innovative architecture in the world. It has become a playground for the wealthy and the city has some pretty unique places to show for it. One of these locations is known as the "Tennis Court in the Sky." The location has been the setting of choice for numerous photo shoots, specifically for sports. The Tennis ...

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Looking After Your New Bike Wheels

Making sure your bike wheels are well maintained is essential if you want to get the most out of your riding experience. Your bike wheels are made up of lots of small components which go together to create a great ride. If any one of those components isn’t up to scratch your whole bike can be affected, which is why it’s so important to maintain your wheels. Follow these tips for wheel maintenance and make s ...

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Various Running Techniques For Aspiring MMA Fighters

Running drills are an excellent way for any athlete to increase their stamina and overall fitness level. Mixed martial artists simply cannot put themselves in a position to be competitive in the octagon unless they are in peak cardiovascular condition. Creating a successful running routine for MMA competition involves creativity, dedication and a good pair of running shoes. Here are some running workouts th ...

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A Noble Heritage

Rupert Edward Cecil Lee Guinness, 2nd Earl of Iveagh, was the English nobleman who established Scarpa. With a history spanning nearly 75 years, Scarpa have a background of rich tradition, which all began with Lord Iveagh starting a business in a northern Italian village simply to bring its native leather skills to a wider audience. A young employee by the name of Luigi Parisotto, who learned his trade from ...

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