3 Tips for Storing Knives

1 November 2016
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If you are a knife enthusiast, you might have more than a few knives around your home. You probably want to make sure that you store them as well as possible, and luckily, following these tips can help. 1. Clean and Sharpen Them First Rather than just putting your knives away as is when you are finished using them, consider taking the time to wipe off the blade and handle, and if needed, to sharpen the knives. Read More 

Quality Badminton Rackets: How To Tell Backyard Kit From Pro

31 October 2016
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Professional badminton is a real sport. The Danes are especially fond of watching pro-badminton players whack the daylights out of a shuttlecock. If you like this sport and if you have a talent for it, maybe you could get on the pro track too. The first step is selecting an excellent racket. Since there are dozens of badminton rackets, you should get to know more about them before you purchase one. Read More 

5 Tips For Using Your Longboard On Campus

28 October 2016
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A longboard from a place like High Five Skateboards can be a great way to get around your college campus. It can be a fun way to relieve stress between classes and it can make getting from one side of campus to the other a breeze. However, it is important that you are considerate of pedestrians and that you take some extra precautions when using your longboard on campus. Below are some tips to make using your longboard safer and easier. Read More 

3 Excellent Reasons To Take Ice Skating Classes

26 October 2016
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If you are looking to pick up a new hobby that is fun and challenging for you, or if you want to rekindle a skill that you once had, then you should consider taking some ice skating classes. These classes are generally offered by your community and can be offered all throughout the year, if there is an indoor ice skating rink. This article will discuss 3 excellent reasons why you should look into taking some ice skating classes. Read More 

Freeze! POLICE: An Alternative Treatment To RICE

24 October 2016
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If you've ever had a leg injury that made it hard for you to walk, such as shin splints or a knee sprain, you have likely used the RICE protocol. This stands for "rest, ice, compression, and elevation," and it's one of the better known treatments for runners, walkers, and others who are prone to leg injuries. However, you may also hear about a protocol called POLICE. This new protocol could make your injuries heal faster, but it also requires some professional help after the first day or two. Read More