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First Aid Training - Be Taught Find Out How To Accurately Perform CPR

17th August 2014
By all means, CPR is considered probably the most wonderful instruments in saving lives. Via time, it has saved tens of millions of lives and has been in existence for lots of of years in a row now. The factor is that the current and advanced CPR methodol... Read >
Author: stever6x7

Grip golf and Posture

27th June 2012
Grip golf and PostureAlthough this may be obvious to some you would probably be surprised that simply the quantity of men and women that function on their swing not having starting with their grip. There is a neutral grip for any golfer! That grip is wher... Read >
Author: toms301

Curing The Slice in Golf : Never Hit Offline Again

17th August 2011
Firstly we need to understand what causes a slice before we can look at curing the slice in golf. With a right hander, the ball veers off to the right created from a left to right bend in the ball flight. We can therefore deduce that the ball is spinning ... Read >
Author: Andrew Brookes

Learning How to Put on Boxing Gloves

30th March 2011
While taking up boxing you must understand the importance of properly taping your hands and wearing gloves. Most people make the very painful mistake of not taping your hands or wearing boxing gloves. This can cause breaks and sprains to your hand and wri... Read >
Author: Cade Lennox

How To Measure Yourself For A Trench Coat

23rd March 2011
Are you thinking about buying a trench coat for yourself? They're definitely great jackets to have for so many different reasons. Before you go ahead and shop for one though, make sure you have your measurements taken down. Here's how to properly measure ... Read >
Author: Matt LeClair

Taking Proper Motorcycle Jacket Measurements

17th March 2011
Purchasing a new motorcycle jacket can be a very exciting experience, but can also go horribly wrong if you don't get the right size the first time you order. Here is a simple guide to help you take the proper motorcycle jacket measurements. Ordering t... Read >
Author: Matt LeClair

How To Buy A Motorcycle Jacket

17th March 2011
Have you been thinking about getting yourself a new motorcycle jacket but just aren't sure how to go about doing so? Here is a great guide to purchasing a brand new jacket that you can use to help you through the purchase process. Take Your Measurement... Read >
Author: Matt LeClair

Tactical Gloves

02nd March 2011
TACTICAL GLOVES It is not known when the glove actually came into being as a piece of clothing. The first gloves may have simply been strips of animal skins or fur wrapped around the hands. This offered protection when working, hunting or as a cold wea... Read >
Author: www.tacticalandoptics.com

Makita MAC700 Air Compressor

20th December 2010
MAC700 works cooler as well as half the actual RPM of all competitively priced devices, resulting in increased motor and also pump motor lifespan minimizing noise. Makita MAC700 Characteristics : * Functionality - Minimal sound, reduced Rev bring... Read >
Author: keviz7vmpa

Harley-Davidson Transmissions: What's the Difference?

29th November 2010
In the past, our tech department has been asked to explain the differences between stock Harley transmissions, overdrive transmissions and final drive changes. So we're going to get your gears spinning on this topic and discuss the history of Harley-David... Read >
Author: Motoman

Why More Men Need To Wear Cufflinks

27th October 2010
Cufflinks are men's trinkets that lock the cuff of a long-sleeved shirt in style. Some cufflinks are two buttons (knobs) linked by a single shackle - these buttons go through the cuff's holes. One more type of cufflink has a button close to a strip, w... Read >
Author: BlairSolis

3 Crucial Tips To Stop Slicing A Golf Ball

10th September 2010
If you cannot stop slicing a golf ball your scores will suffer! The game of golf is one of by far the most challenging games of skill on the planet. It may be lots of fun and rewarding but when you suffer from hitting a slice you will no doubt have more f... Read >
Author: Jim Masters

Why Do My Joints Pop And Crack?

05th August 2010
One of the most common questions people often ask me is"why does my neck crack?" or "why does my knee joint pop? There are usually three main reasons why a person's joints will make those cracking and popping sounds. Perth chiropractor Stacey Burke discus... Read >
Author: Dr. Stacey Burke Doctor of Chiropractic

Volleyball Approach And Other Basic Spiking Terms To Learn

18th June 2010
Spiking a volleyball is the spectacular part of the game. That's what everyone wants to learn and what everyone wants to see when they pay to watch a great game. To better understand some of the more commonly used volleyball spiking terms, I've given some... Read >
Author: volleyballvoices

Beach Volleyball Serve Receive Tips - Are Hand Grips the Secret to Better Passing?

09th June 2010
The function of the hand grip you use to forearm pass or bump a ball is to help you keep your elbows straight and to make sure you maintain as flat and as wide a platform as possible. Hand grips come in all forms. The secret to better passing is to ke... Read >
Author: volleyballvoices
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