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If you�ve only recently been bitten by the triathlon bug, the very first, most obvious symptom is an inexplicable need to visit the nearest bicycle shop.
The Sports Rules Book 3rd Edition eBook
A glimpse into a sport that 3.5 million people around the world enjoy.
Outdoor Survival Guide eBook
When treating fractures in a backcountry situation, gentle manipulation of the fracture is required.
When sprinting, you should follow these tips.
Assessing your technique is more challenging and slightly more subjective than using indoor assessments.
While all bikes are generally the same, with a seat (saddle), two wheels, and a frame, there are many variables that affect the type of bicycle appropriate for you.
Mastering Skateboarding eBook
Put on your knee pads and make sure they�re comfortable but tight.
A well-defined shot sequence, consistently followed, increases the probability that you will have a more consistent outcome. As a beginner, just learning the basic step-by-step process of shooting the arrow can be complicated because the intricate details of each step of the shot process are still unfamiliar to you and your focus is on the many details of each step of the shot.
The Gentle Art of Horseback Riding eBook
When you are first learning to lead, in order for you to be perceived by the horse as the leader, your head should be slightly in front of his head�you must be ahead of him�at all times.
Hiking Tennessee eBook
Before it was the site of a water-powered gristmill and a hydroelectric plant, Burgess Falls State Park was home to Native Americans who used the land as a hunting ground. European settlers began settling in the area in the late 19th century as the numerous falls and rapid flow of Falling Water River were used to power grist and saw mills.
Between 1993 and 1998, my climbing friends and I would spend the month of January bouldering and camping at Hueco Tanks State Park near El Paso, Texas. The warm sun, brilliant problems, supportive climbing culture, and stark desert beauty brought us back.