Posts Tagged“sports”

Millions of people practice the art of fishing around the globe and not only is it a leisure activity for some people but for others it is their way of life. Fish have been an intricate part of our lives ever since the dawn of time and one could not portray life on Earth without them. Fishing is perhaps the most relaxing activity as one only has to lie a bit back and relax waiting for the fish to bite the bait. Anglers always put their money where their mouth is as they are extremely passionate about conservation and environment…

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Most kids in youth sports are in it to have fun, stay active and learn valuable social and competitive skills to help them throughout the rest of their lives. But some kids have exceptional athletic abilities. If you’re a parent to an exceptionally talented young athlete, it’s just as important to keep them grounded in reality as it is to nurture their gifts. What can you do to maintain that delicate balance? Follow these five tips. 1. Encourage Healthy Competition Why healthy competition? Because no matter how talented your child is, there is always someone better. There is always more…

Many players aim to get rich quickly using sports betting and they end up burning through their betting budget in a matter of days. However, there’s a betting system that can guarantee you win every time, it just requires patience and meticulousness. Your wins won’t be outrageously high, but they’ll come every time. The trick is to use various betting sites and play them against each other. That way, you’ll always be guaranteed to win smaller amounts, which can accumulate greatly over time. If you can make a strict betting plan, and manage not to be greedy and expect miracles,…

If you’re a bit worn down by the long Major League Baseball (MLB) season, you are likely not alone. When you play 162 games during the regular season, tack on about a month’s worth of playoffs, yes, you could say the season is a bit too long. On the flip side of the coin, the National Football League (NFL) seems to have it just about right. Start the regular season in early September, end the regular season around New Year’s Day or so, have a few weeks of playoffs, and then head into the Super Bowl with all the marbles…

Photo by CC user pamwood707 on Flickr The idea of a bucket list has become hugely popular in the last few years, with more and more people compiling a list of their hopes and dreams, before setting off across the world to tick them off. For all those intrepid travellers, we decided to offer up some hints and tips for completing your bucket list. Start Off Small So you want to climb Mount Everest? Don’t book a flight for Nepal with a rucksack full of high-street climbing gear. Aside from the obvious risks, and the fact it’s one of the most…