Summer comes with all sorts of good things: sunshine, vacations, freedom from working around your kids school schedules, and more opportunities for exercising outdoors. This means breaking up the monotony of going to the gym or having to make it ... Continue reading
There an often be a lot of focus around extreme sports and what you should be trying at least once to get that adrenaline rush, but as sport is such a diverse thing to be involved in, and so many ... Continue reading
source Those resolutions we made in January seem like a long time ago now, and any initial motivation we had to get fit and turn over a new leaf with our health and fitness goals will be wearing extremely thin. ... Continue reading
Do you have passion for games? If the answer to the above is yes, then I will take you through a few indoor games that will help you both mentally and physically fit. When we talk of indoor games, this ... Continue reading
Image Credit Heart health is an integral part of any sports persons fitness regime. And whether you want to get yourself in the best shape ever to replicate a top athletes performance, or just want to extend your life expectancy ... Continue reading
Keeping fit and pursuing hobbies is so important in retirement. When you dont have work taking up all of your time, its important to keep the mind and body active in other ways. Youve dedicated many years of your life ... Continue reading
The rigorous involvement of women in the Olympics is officially sourced in the 1900s. The Paris Summer Olympics of 1900 saw the incorporation of women's events in tennis and golf, and over the next century, more sports began to include ... Continue reading
He's one of the most renowned Olympic athletes in North America as of 2016, and if youve paid any attention to the United States performance at Rio this past year, you probably know quite a bit about him already! Michael ... Continue reading
The official conclusion to the 2016 Summer Olympics (or, as it is more widely and popularly known, Rio 2016) has recently arrived, and participating nations are headed home with proud competitors, many of whom are celebrating proud victory at this ... Continue reading
The seasonal heat that typically accompanies summer is sweeping the Northern Hemisphere, particularly regions close to the planets equator! In an effort to escape the scorching sun, many people will find themselves tucked away indoors with the air conditioning unit, ... Continue reading
In the this edition of our new micro-podcast, The Quickie where we break down everything you need to know about any given topic in 12 minutes or less editor-in-chief Tim Livingston and staff writer Joey Livingston break down the 2017 MLB Trade Deadline.
In the first edition of our new micro-podcast, The Quickie - where we break down everything you need to know about any given topic in 12 minutes or less - managing editor Matt Keller and editor-in-chief Tim Livingston break down Bones Jones' beating of Daniel Cormier and look forward to a possible match with Brock Lesnar.
Over the weekend in Cooperstown, NY ex-Montreal Expos leadoff hitter extraordinaire Tim Raines was finally inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame (along with a few others). It is almost a certainty that the often overlooked and incredibly patient Raines would have never been inducted (in his 10th and final chance) if it weren't for [...]