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Always start choosing your equipment with the boots. Because you're quite tall(6'2" ~ 188cm), I assume you have big feet as well. Find boots that fit your feet good
Every sport has its nuances, quirks and unique aspects, differences that challenge both the bet maker and bet taker. One constant, however, is that it very much matters where the game or event is played. In football, a home field advantage can be wor
Quote: If you can think about it quick enough, give it some gas. If not, that is fine.
The forehand drive is always the first of the four basic strokes that I teach. It is also Day 4 of my How to Play Table Tennis in 10 Days course (following grip, stance and footwork). Once mastered, the forehand drive will become one of your most use
Interesting, this depends on what kind of boat you're in. I'm going to guess that you're in a sit-on-top or something similar and/or have a much heavier person in the back? It this case the turning is probably down to the wind acting directly on the
There is no right or optimal place to hit a ball on the tennis racket that applies to everyone. Everyone plays differently and looks to get a different type of result out of each shot. I'm definitely no expert on the physics of tennis, but I can tell
With my website it's always been my goal to keep my instruction as SIMPLE as possible. Too much information and your potential will not be fully reached. In the photos below, I have highlighted three points in each pointing out what I feel are best p
This is a big issue that I am having when I am doing snowboarding runs on powder. Usually, when there is fresh powder from overnight or accumulation during the day, I tend to "trip over" and lose my balance over accumulated powder debris. What type o
A Colles’ wrist fracture occurs when the radius bone in your forearm breaks. It’s also known as a distal radius fracture, transverse wrist fracture, or a dinner-fork deformity of the wrist. It’s named after Abraham Colles, who wrote a paper on this t
Regarding FIFA's official transfer laws, international transfer of minors is not allowed if the player is under the age of 18 (which is the definition of a minor). There are 3 exceptions, as explained in Article 19 of FIFA Regulations on the Status a