Sports Articles
  • Why Coming Out on the Field Requires an Interactive Discussion
  • by Kayla Olsen
  • How does a professional sports team deal with a teammate who has "come out of the closet"? That very question has been on everyone's minds since Michael Sam came out as gay in the NFL, as did Jason Collins in the NBA, or Brittney Griner, a draft for WNBA, and a few others who have made public announcements that have become more newsworthy (and controversial) than their greatest athletic achievement.
  • Interactive Discussions of Olympic Proportions
  • by Kayla Olsen
  • Whether you are sports fan or not, the 2014 Winter Olympics could hardly be ignored. This global event has been discussed endlessly on open forums, beforehand and afterward, and the perspectives are quite interesting. The Olympics being held in Sochi seemed to be one of the most conflicted topics on social media. Even now, the topic of the Olympics comes up again raising questions about what games are being played behind the scenes.
  • Fear is Good, But Panic is a Killer
  • by Brett Lechtenberg
  • This article is about the differences between fear and panic and how these emotions can positively and negatively affect your personal safety when in a dangerous, or potentially dangerous, situation.
  • Actions of the Individual
  • by Joel Danford
  • Positive article about staying outside of your comfort zone and making your dreams a reality. Begin your life in the way you want to live!
  • How To Find The Right Custom Pool Contractor
  • by Tim Witherspoon
  • If you are in the market to turn your dreams of a backyard pool into reality, you likely have spent some time considering who to hire for the job. This, as you have no doubt discovered, is not as easy as it sounds.
  • Football Drills To Become A Gridiron Great
  • by Robbie Fredric
  • Whether you are looking to get out and hit the gridiron on your own to improve your skills, or you are the coach of a team that you are trying to make better as a whole, football drills are a vital part of getting better at the sport. There are a ...
  • Choosing A Solid Folding Knife
  • by Leeanne Kunnert
  • Folding knives are perfect for any man or women. They are practical and can function as a tool and for security.
  • Make Your Team More Complete With These Coaching Soccer Drills
  • by Robbie Fredric
  • Whether you are a coach of a youth soccer team or a more advanced club, there are a variety of different drills that you can have your team work on in order to stay at it's tip-top best. Soccer is a game that can be built with a foundation that ...
  • What Are The Most Important Football Skills?
  • by Robbie Fredric
  • When it comes to sports, there are none more popular than football. From high school all the way to the NFL, there seems to be no end in sight for the sport's popularity around the world. With preseason and regular season games being played in ...
  • Three Easy To Learn Soccer Drills For Coaches
  • by Robbie Fredric
  • Soccer coaches must constantly think of new drills to keep their team interested during practice. Changing up the practice routine also exposes the players to a wider variety of skills so they continue to improve the level of their play. Youth ...
  • Get More Fun Out Of Your Pools
  • by Tim Witherspoon
  • Your pools have great treasures of fun stored in their rippling bosoms. You just need to know the ways to explore the "fun treasures" of your pools. You just need to spend little more money to buy some of toys and accessories for your pools, and you'll see your pools virtually offering wonderful feasts of fun.
  • Is Pepper Spray a Good Self Defense Weapon?
  • by Brett Lechtenberg
  • This article focuses on what a person should do, learn and understand about pepper spray before they ever go out and buy pepper spray or start carrying it with them as a self defense weapon.
  • Karate is NOT Just for Kids
  • by Brett Lechtenberg
  • Many people never try out martial arts because they think karate is just for kids. Learn why this is not true and how to overcome some common mental stumbling blocks that prevent people from making a huge difference in their quality of life.
  • Physical Awareness In Martial Arts
  • by Brett Lechtenberg
  • In martial arts your child will need to be able to relax and breathe to control physical awareness. This is a great way for them to learn relaxation techniques and gain more control of themselves.
  • Potential Fantasy Impacts Rookies
  • by Stephen Sheehan
  • Johnny Manziel? Blake Bortles? Which quarterback will be a better fantasy option in 2014. There are a lot of things to consider here, based on which team he goes to and what offensive system will be in place for him.
  • Fantasy Value: Where The Gold Lies In Chip Kelly's Fantastical Philly Offense
  • by Stephen Sheehan
  • I was a freshman in college in 2009, so the last thing I was paying attention to was a 100-yard strip of grass out in the pacific northwest. I was more concerned with not flunking out of biochemistry and attempting, unsuccessfully, to make sure my drunk friend Chad didn't hook up with any goth girls.
  • Can You Be A Gamer And Have A Full Time Job?
  • by Samantha Knowles
  • It is a tough question with no solid answers. I have a full time job and enjoy being a gamer. It is that simple. Have I ever wondered if I could combine the two? Yes, of course I have.
  • Survival Mistakes to Avoid
  • by Leeanne Kunnert
  • Surviving in the wilderness is not something many of us will ever have to experience. Most hiking and outdoor adventures go exactly as planned.
  • Tips for Adults Trying Karate Classes
  • by Brett Lechtenberg
  • Many people want to try out a martial arts program, but they just don't know where to start. This article has some great tips on how to find a school and what to ask for once you get there.
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