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GOLF 8 Steps To The Perfect Swing

10th February 2012
1 Have proper equipment. Today's equipment and balls are not necessarily tailored for 7 - 8 degree drivers. That is a thing of the past. Getting the ball up in the air on a good trajectory is the first step to driving the ball longer. Many touring p... Read >
Author: P Win

3 Moronic Weight Training Myths in Baseball

23rd May 2011
There are many misconceptions out there on the subject of weight training for baseball players. Some of them were created a while ago while some others were spread not too long ago via the internet. Through the years, numerous athletes have been kept back... Read >
Author: Thomas Wilson

New Era Hats - A New Style To Suit Your Personality

23rd February 2011
Headgear has become a part of fashion. Times ago formal man’s black hats, silk top hat was formally an indispensable portion of the suit and women hats were made up of beautiful clothing’s, silk and nicely decorated, but as time passed by it is no more a ... Read >
Author: Ballersonline

Stop Biting Your Nails. Learn 5 Ways To Murder Your Nail Biting Habit

07th May 2010
Chewing your nails is a horrible, unhealthy, ugly and disgusting habit. You honestly must stop biting your nails. Its not easy because learning how to stop biting your nails takes time, work and dedication. Not unlike the alcoholic the first step neede... Read >
Author: Ryleigh Cantrell

All About Pete Thomas Scamardo Las Vegas

29th April 2010
Pete Thomas Scamardo was born and raised in Reno, Nevada, but has resided in Las Vegas, Nevada for the last 3o years. While growing up he always looked at the future while building the first blocks towards his future success in life. Pete Scamardo's first... Read >
Author: Pete Scamardo

Soft Hands for the Baseball Player

13th April 2010
All too often baseball players perfect the art of collecting the ball in the pocket of their gloves. This is particularly true for the younger players that are still in the learning curve of using two hands for all catches. An expertly broken in glove wil... Read >
Author: Leland Mcconnell

Stress and Burnout in Youth Sports

29th June 2009
"Athletes, parents and sports psychology professionals often have different ideas about burnout in sports. Research indicates that burnout gets in the way of a young athlete's joy in sport participation, participation longevity, and ultimately performance... Read >
Author: Mistina Thomson

Collecting Michael Jordan Rookie Cards Is Still A Good Investment

17th January 2008
The term rookie generally means someone who is new to an activity. This also means they are an unknown factor. In the world of sports Michael Jordan is known to his many fans as being a master at the world of basketball. There is another side to Michae... Read >
Author: Peter Gitundu

How to (and How NOT to) Sneeze and Blow Your Nose

14th January 2006
Sniffling, sneezing, coughing and blowing your nose probably seem like second nature to you -- and you likely don't put much thought into any of these "natural" occurrences. But maybe you should. It is actually possible to injure yourself from coughing an... Read >
Author: Brian Vaszily
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