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  • Vacations Can Be Made More Exciting With Jet Ski Rentals  By : Jessica Deets
    Jet skis can be purchased or rented in a number of locations and are fairly simple for almost anyone to learn how to use. They do, however, require some basic understanding of the rules of the water.
  • NASCAR and the Marketing Genius  By : Charles Cater
    Nascar is the up and coming sport in America. It has supasses Hockey as the number 4 sport on the national scene. It is quickly approaching the popularity level of The National Basketball Association if not already surpassing it in some arenas. The NASCAR fan base is a rabid consumer group that is courted every race Sunday by no less than 43 primary sponsors.
  • Cheerleading Uniform Means More Than Status  By : Jessica Deets
    Cheerleading is a great sport that requires physical skill, mental acuity and a willingness to work in a team. The sport is a great one for young girls to get involved in as every part of it from the uniform on down to the pyramids speaks to a great need for teamwork.
  • The Psychology Of Physical Fitness in Tennis  By : Ivar Rudi
    Physical fitness is one of the great essentials of match play. Keenness can only be acquired if the physical, mental, and nervous systems are in tune
  • General Tennis Psychology  By : Ivar Rudi
    Tennis psychology is nothing more than understanding the workings of your opponent's mind, and gauging the effect of your own game on his mental viewpoint
  • Chop, Half Volley and Court Position  By : Ivar Rudi
    In Tennis, a chop stroke is a shot where the angle towards the player and behind the racquet, made by the line of flight of the ball
  • The Volley and Overhead Smash in Tennis  By : Ivar Rudi
    The net attack is the heavy artillery of tennis. It is supposed to crush all defence. As such it must be regarded as a point-winning stroke at all times, no matter whether the shot is volley or smash
  • Buying a Tennis Racket for a Young Adult  By : Ivar Rudi
    The guideline for age of a person and the racket size that is used is very important. You should make sure that the racket is appropriate for the person.
  • Jump Into Scuba Diving For Fun And Adventure  By : Tom Sample
    Those starting out with scuba are not only advised to take classes, they're generally required for rental of tanks, purchase of air and so on.
  • The Perfect Canoe Trip Without the Hassle  By : Charles Kassotis
    Scaling down your canoe or camping trip will make the trip much easier and enjoyable for everyone.
  • Choose The Right Snow Skis - Part 1  By : Ron King
    Snow skiing is one of the most popular winter sports in the world. This is a fun sport, but without the proper ski gear it can be frustrating, discouraging, and even dangerous. This article will help you select the single most important piece of equipment, the skis themselves.
  • San Diego Sights for Scuba Divers' Eyes  By : Elizabeth Miller
    Summary: A look into one of the world's most-studied submarine canyons and Wreck Alley's artificial reefs.
  • The Truth about Karate for Kids - Part 1  By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
    Can you imagine giving your child a gift that has twelve valuable life skills and one more benefit - on top of those twelve skills? As you already know, it's not the latest ipod or Xbox, but your child will be very successful in life, as a result.
  • The Truth about Karate for Kids - Part 2  By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
    This section covers two extremely valuable life skills that many adults pay a "king's ransom" to attain. Adults pay a life coach, business coach, or read plenty of self-improvement books, to gain this knowledge and develop these life skills. However, within a Karate class, children can be molded toward a lifetime of achievement.
  • Watching the NFL versus the MLB  By : Jason OConnor
    A humorous sports article about the differences between watching an NFL game versus a Major League Baseball game.
  • Top 10 Dumbest Things Pro Athletes Do  By : Jason OConnor
    There seems to be an endless stream of idiotic things professional athletes do. I guess if you put a bunch of young men together, give them a boat-load of money and lots of free . . .
  • The Courtesy Stroke: How and Why to Master One of Tennis' Most Crucial Skills  By : Jon Weaver
    In Tennis, as an introduction to mastering all ball placement and a variety of strokes, the courtesy stroke should be learned. This stroke is a forehand volley with a half swing, used to start the ball for a rally or to get it back to the opponent before service.
  • Keys for the Volleyball Team's Most Crucial Position  By : Jon Weaver
    Perfect volleyball qualities in a player and thorough knowledge of the game's mechanics are the goals of good setters. It takes more, however, to be a great setter.
  • The 7 Pillars of Choosing a Football Team's Quarterback  By : Jon Weaver
    The Quarterback is undoubtedly the most important man on the team. He is the playing coach who directs the offense. Therefore, his selection becomes one of the most important decisions the head coach must make. In selecting a quarterback, these considerations are ranked in order of their importance. Perhaps this ranking may cause wonderment to many. Nevertheless, if they are possible, we select the quarterbacks with the following qualifications:
  • The 7 Laws of Football Quarterbacking  By : Jon Weaver
    In all of my research, over a period of several years, the finest information I have ever read on quarterback leadership came from my friend Frank Carideo. The purpose of this information was to outline the process by which a quarterback was trained at Notre Dame, under coach Knute Rockne. This course of quarterbacking was as exacting in many respects as any collegiate course. Coach Rockne had seven cardinal principles of quarterbacking that were preached over and over again.
  • The Exciting History of Judo  By : Jon Weaver
    Judo is a very popular form of martial arts, and has even become an Olympic sport. Not many people know the exciting origins of this popular sport.
  • Where to Find the Most Reliable Football Results: Past and Present  By : Nicky Pilkington
    It probably happens to you quite frequently. You and a friend have a disagreement about an English football game. To verify who is right, you would probably ask a few people you know, check the newspaper, or wait for your local news or some other station broadcasting sports highlights. However, if the game that is the subject of your debate took place years ago, the resources listed previously aren't the best method to obtain football results.
  • Planning the Perfect Scuba Diving Vacation  By : Nicky Pilkington
    Very few entertainment opportunities can provide as much variety and enjoyment as scuba diving. The opportunity to view underwater life is one of the most revered experiences in the world.
  • Scuba Diving Made Easy!  By : Dane Stanton
    Scuba diving by definition is the use of self contained, underwater breathing apparatus and as such the name of scuba diving was named by the uses of this equipment. When an individual going underwater for long periods of time it is essential that you have equipment to breath.
  • Who is going to hold the World Cup?  By : Jerry Grant
    2007 is again a year for the ninth edition of the World Cup Cricket Tournament, and all the sixteen Nations are holding its breath.South Africa hold the first rank with 4595 points. The team has played 36 matches and has rated 128 in the countdown.
  • Popularity of Cricket in Sub-Continent  By : Sonia Suri
    The game of cricket has a known history spanning from the 16th century to the present day, with international matches played since 1844 and the Test cricket matches since 1877.
  • Tennis Guru Are You?  By : Daniel Millions
    Chop, half vollery and court position everything you need to know to become a tennis guru!
  • The Bowling Ball As Your Best Friend  By : Riley Hendersen
    The key instrument in the game of bowling is the bowling ball. It is the single most controllable tool a bowler has when playing the game. The bowling ball is in your hand, and you control where it is delivered, and with how much velocity, spin, and hook.
  • Professional Wrestling In Japan: A Brief History of Puroresu  By : James Allen
    Professional wrestling in Japan, or "puroresu," is a popular fighting sport. It had its boom years in the 1960's and 70's, but it is still widely enjoyed today.
  • Do You Have What It Takes?  By : David Stargel
    All NASCAR fans wish they could be in the driver's seat of a championship cup. But do you have what it takes to actually make the transition and see your name in NASCAR lights?
  • Why Did People Love Dale?  By : David Stargel
    The entire nation loved Dale Earnhardt and mourned when he died. What was it about Dale that endeared him to the world?
  • Fashion and Function Meet With Bowling Shoes  By : Riley Hendersen
    Bowling shoes are available in two different types: athletic bowling shoes and performance bowling shoes. Athletic bowling shoes are usually quite similar to sneakers in their design. These are crafted with the sliding sole on both shoes.
  • The Prestigious Cheltenham Festival  By : Daniel Johansson
    The Cheltenham Festival is the most prestigious meeting in the National Hunt Racing Calendar in the UK. The race prize is second to the Grand National.
  • Baja 1000: Racing On Mexico's Baja California Peninsula  By : Adrian Adams
    Every fall on Mexico's Baja California Peninsula, an off road race is held, the Baja 1000.
  • The Families of NASCAR  By : David Stargel
    There are two families who have done a lot for NASCAR. The Frances and the Pettys are two of NASCAR's founding families.
  • Don't Break Those Bones, Safe Snowboarding!  By : Daniel Millions
    Avoid those common snowboarding injuries!
  • Information By: Mr Financing
    Did you know the ecomony is going to get much much worse?

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