How To Plan The Best Father's Day For Your Bike-Loving Husband

Posted on: 29 January 2016
Have you just decided to embrace the fact that the other love interest in your husband's life is his bicycle? Some women's husbands have a love affair with football or computer games. If your husband has taken to bike riding as his favorite way to spend leisure hours, count your blessings. Being in the outdoors and exercising are great for his physical health and for his mental health. If you are planning ahead of time to give him the best Father's Day ever, here are some ideas for you.
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Are You An Athlete? Why You Should Start A Speed Training Program

Posted on: 22 September 2015
If you're one of those people who think that speed training is strictly for professional sprinters, you may want to think again. Regardless of which sport you play, there are a number of benefits that you can obtain by starting a speed training regimen. Speed training is all about implementing a gradual plan that is designed to make you run faster, for longer periods of time  Use this information to learn more about why you should start a speed training program as soon as possible.
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Bicycle Helmets: A Family Affair

Posted on: 15 July 2015
Does your family like to go for afternoon bike rides? Is your child required to wear a helmet when riding his or her bike? In some states and cities, bicycle laws require that children wear a helmet when riding their bikes, but often those laws neglect to make the same requirements for adults. However, if you really want to make sure that your child is safe while riding, helmet wearing should be a family affair.
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Eight Things College Recruiters Are Looking For In Athletes

Posted on: 24 May 2015
If your son or daughter is anticipating a visit from an athletic recruiter for college admission or scholarship, there are some definitive traits that may serve them well in this process. While it may seem that athletic prowess is the only thing that prospective colleges are seeking, there are actually many things that can influence their perception of the prospective athlete and the recruiter's decision. Eight attributes beyond athletic ability that college recruiters are looking for include:
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