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May, 2012

  • 31 May

    A Career as a Sports Nutritionist

    A dietary nutrition specialist or sports nutritionist can earn a good living while assisting individuals with professional advice about health, diet, and strength. A sports nutritionist salary depends on the experience he or she brings to the table, the level of clientele served, and the specialization of the actual vocation. ...

  • 29 May

    Football’s ‘Turf Wars’

    Sporting giants Adidas have ruled supreme in the world of football boots for decades. Puma, Gola, Umbro, Diadora and Hummel have all left their mark on the industry, but it is arguably Adidas – and since the 1990s Nike – who have stormed ahead in the popularity stakes. Over the years ...

  • 29 May

    Why Fitness Retreats are Becoming More Popular

    As the pressures of modern life seem to build to ever greater levels of intensity, it can be difficult to find the time to train to the kind of level that you really want. Many of us end up going through the motions in our fitness routines, dragging our body ...

  • 29 May

    Yachting Tips for the Beginner

    Every person going on a yachting expedition with group of friends needs to understand as much as possible about their trip they will be undergoing. A yachts ability to perform well and be safe is completely up to the man driving it. Therefore read carefully and see if there is ...

  • 26 May

    Hone in on Your Skills by Going 3G.

    3G football pitches are becoming more popular throughout the world, whilst in the UK, many Premiership clubs are already using them as part of their training facilities. But what is a 3G pitch exactly and how is it so beneficial to football from grass roots level upwards? What Is 3G? ...

  • 15 May

    Olympic Athletes’ Fashion

    As we edge even closer to the July 2012 opening ceremony marking the start of the Olympic Games in London, we take a look at the fashion and eyewear choices of some of the Games’ most famous participants. English Track and Field Athlete Jessica Ennis The 26 year-old is a ...

  • 9 May

    Should Chew be Banned from MLB?

    Baseball fans young and old tune into countless games during the summer and fall. It’s a time-honored American tradition synonymous with hot dogs, bobbleheads, and…chew? The popularity of chewing tobacco in Major League Baseball is hard to ignore, and it’s for that reason that many interest groups have recommended banning ...

  • 4 May

    A Dangerous Game: Student Athletes And Head Trauma [INFOGRAPHIC]

    Hard hits can be a frequent occurrence in school sports, but recognizing the symptoms of a concussion and other head trauma can be difficult, so it’s important for fellow students, parents and coaches to be educated about what to look for and how to respond. Learn about Nurse Practitioner Salary ...

  • 1 May

    Boating Safety Statistics (Infographic)

    Boating safety is a serious matter. Every year there are thousands of preventable injuries that take place and many great organizations aimed at helping to spread the knowledge to reduce those numbers. Boating isn’t the only way people get injured each year, however, and this infographic takes a comparative look ...

  • 1 May

    The 138th Kentucky Derby

    The 138th Kentuck Derby will take place in Churchill Downs this weekend. Over a quarter million people attend this event and millions more watch it on their televisions at home. Many participants in this event, both viewers and attenders, believe that they are taking part in the long history of ...

April, 2012

  • 25 April

    High Tech Snow Tech – 6 Of The Best Ski And Snowboard Gadgets

    Nowadays there’s so much more to winter sports than simply wrapping up warm, strapping on your skis or jumping on your snowboard and flinging yourself down a mountainside. Technological innovations have provided a host of ski and snowboard gadgets designed make the time you spend on the slopes easier, more ...

  • 24 April

    History of the FA Cup

    There are few global sports with the rich history and tradition of football. And in England, a country that prides itself on tradition, football is one of these sports and is a cultural institution. Citizens all over the country take part in and/ore watch the game from the sidelines. Various ...