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How To Use A Customized Canopy To Become A Silent Cheerleader

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Are you the type of person who can’t seem to yell above a whisper? Or maybe you love to scream and holler for your favorite sports teams, but there are certain events where loud outbursts aren’t appreciated? Whether you’re passionate about the activities your children are involved in or you want to promote a cause near and dear to your heart, a customized canopy is one way to become a silent cheerleader. Read More»

Biking With Arthritis: How To Reduce Joint Injuries

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Around 350 million people across the world suffer from arthritis and if you are one of these people, then you are familiar with the stiffness and joint pain.  Your rheumatologist may ask you to partake in exercise several times a week to help reduce some of your arthritis symptoms.  Exercise helps to increase muscle strength around weak joints and it also reduces your weight to keep stress off the joints.  The activity can also boost your energy since arthritis can make you feel tired. Read More»

5 Ways To Go Green On The Golf Course For St. Patrick's Day

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St. Patrick’s Day is not only a celebration of everything green and Irish, but it also represents an unofficial start to spring. With the warmer weather arriving, St. Patrick’s Day is the perfect time to hit the green at your local golf course. Along with enjoying some lush green fairways, you can enhance your St. Patrick’s Day outing with some appropriate golf apparel. The following five ideas are great for the holiday and can even be extended to other eventful days on the course. Read More»

Beginning Gear For Women's Lacrosse: What Kind Of Stick Should I Buy?

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Because lacrosse is still a club sport in many school districts outside of the east coast, it’s a perfect sport for beginners of all ages. Unlike men’s lacrosse, women’s lacrosse requires minimal gear since it’s non-contact sport (although stick-checking is allowed). To get started, you’ll need to purchase a stick, mouthguard, protective eye-wear, cleats, and ball. The stick is the most important piece of equipment you’ll need to pick up. Since you never touch the ball with your hands, the stick will be an extension of your body. Read More»