A triathlon is one of the most demanding sports there is but the sense of accomplishment and achievement experienced once you’ve completed one, far outweighs the time, effort energy and dedication required for it’s preparation – not to mention the long term bragging rights!
Once you’ve decided to compete in your first triathlon, you will need to put your money where your mouth is and commit by purchasing the gear required. Once all the equipment has been bought, there is no going back, well there is but the guilt associated with all that equipment rotting away in your garage staring you in the face every time you go to mow the lawn could be overwhelming!
Because it is cheap, simple and competitive sport, bowling has become the favorite pastime of a great number of people in the entire country. While it is fun and easy to learn for the newbies, the experienced enjoy it while displaying their sport and exercise skill. Just like in any other game there are always methods to make your blowing game better.
Despite the fact that sometimes players don’t realize it, proper equipment is a key factor to improving ones bowling game. Usually the equipment provided by the bowling house is either worn out or exceedingly uncomfortable, greatly affecting the player’s game.
After having set up life on an even keel, most people in their 40’s turn their attention to getting their bodies back on track. They either take up a new sport or exercise regime, or pick up the threads of an old one. However, while their spirits are willing, their bones and tendons may not be.
After you cross 40, your body changes—your muscles lose some of their elasticity and your sense of balance and reflexes gets affected. As a result, fatigue sets in early and your reaction time increases, making you more prone to injuries.