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Do You Have a Scuba Diving Certification?

Written by Recreation Magazine on June 21st, 2017. Posted in Scuba diving lessons, Scuba diving lessons dc, Scuba training

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Initialisms and acronyms merited a post this week on the Merrian-Webster Twitter account. The inviting photo of a deep water SCUB diver was pictured staring into the camera, and the purpose of the post was to talk about the difference between words like SCUBA and FBI. The linked article goes on to explain the precise term that is used for abbreviations that actually serve as well know words. While no one would argue that FBI is a word, some people know that SCUBA actually stands for self contained underwater breathing apparatus. Know more for its word status, SCUBA is more correctly identified as an initialism, while FBI is a simple acronym.
Enough with the deep language talk, though. When the Summer Solstice arrives underwater diving fans are hardly thinking of linguistics. Instead, they are likely planning

Why A Soccer Training Program Is The Best Summer Activity To Encourage Healthy, Social Kids

Written by Recreation Magazine on June 13th, 2017. Posted in Soccer camps richmond va, Soccer coaching, Teach me how to play soccer

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Sports bring people together. Why wouldn’t they? They’re all about healthy competition and having a good time, whether it’s a hobby you indulge in during the summer or a future career filled with potential. For families who are eager to have their children reap the benefits of sports programs, a summer soccer training program is a smart way to go. There they’ll make new friends, learn useful strategies that can be applied to everyday life and, most of all, enjoy their youth in an incredibly healthy way.

Where Did Soccer Come From?

A little history goes a long way. The game of soccer (more commonly known a

A Few of the Most Important Tools to Keep on Your Yacht at All Times

Written by Recreation Magazine on May 5th, 2017. Posted in Uncategorized

marine partsDid you know that more than 87 million U.S. adults took part in recreational boating in 2014? The numbers are just getting bigger and bigger, and in some cases so are the boats! But no matter the size of your boat or yachts, it’s important to make sure you’re prepared for anything and everything.

Before you even think about buying a boat, you need to be prepared to purchase the necessary marine parts to keep it up and running. Not to mention all of those electrical services that will keep you up and running while you’re on the boat! Here’s a short list of all of the essential tools you need to have on your boat.

Water Leak Detectors
While a leak in your boat isn’t something that should be happening, it’s something you need to be aware of the second it becomes an issue. With water leak detectors, you won’t have to worry about constantly searching for leaks. The second these little electronic devices detect water, they’ll sound a loud whistle to let you know there’s a leak somewhere. In most cases, it will be pretty close to where the water detectors are.

GoPro Camera
Whether you’re a water sports person, a fisher, or even just a casual boater, a GoPro camera is one of the best investments you can possibly make. Take footage of the high seas (or lakes) from anywhere in your boat for an amazing day of footage. You’ll be amazed at just how much goes on around your boat in the open water. You might even be able to see things you never thought you’d see before.

GPS/Tracker
If you don’t have a GPS or a tracker on your boat, you might be in for a world of trouble. It’s one thing to lose sight of the shore on a lake, but out on the ocean, you’re going to have some real issues if you get lost and can’t get a signal out or can’t find your way back to shore. This is an absolutely essential item of yacht engineering that you need to have.

There are a lot of marine parts you might need on a boat, so make sure you have all of these before you set sail!

Are You Looking for Unique Mother’s and Father’s Day Gifts?

Written by Recreation Magazine on April 20th, 2017. Posted in Fishing coolers for sale, Rotomolded kayak, The best in fishing kayaks

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The tables have turned. Now that you and your sister are both college graduates who are working at your first jobs and living in your first homes with your spouses, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day have transformed a little. Instead of whispering with your mother or father to plan gifts and surprises for the other parent, it is now you and your sister making the plans. No longer needing to rely on the cash provided by one parent to buy gifts for the other, both you and your sibling have enjoyed the last few years of planning unique gifts yourself.
Your latest gift idea is to purchase a pair of rotomolded kayaks, one for your mom, the other for your dad. Because the two celebrations are a month apart, however, it has taken some inventive plotting to get the idea to work. In a brilliant solution, y

Benefits of Gymnastics for Physical Activity

Written by Recreation Magazine on March 3rd, 2017. Posted in Arizona children gymnastics, Gymnastics in peoria az, Toddler gymnastics phoenix

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Gymnastics, a sport that has been around for more than 2,000 years, is a great way to implement physical activity for kids. With a simple search, you can find local gymnastic classes. Gymnastics for boys, as well as for girls are both available.

Limiting Time on Electronics
Unfortunately, only one in three children engages in physical activities each day. Kids are spending more time than ever in front of a screen, such as a TV, computer, tablet, or video game system. Nearly seven and a half hours each day are being spent cooped up inside, instead of participating in physical activity. Scoping out local gymnastic classes and allowing your child to have fun in a beneficial way, such as gymanstics and dance, can improve several aspects of your child.

Benefits of Gymnast

4 Tips for Preventing Injuries on the Soccer Field

Written by Recreation Magazine on February 17th, 2017. Posted in How to teach soccer skills, Soccer training program, Summer soccer schools

How to learn soccer

Soccer is very popular among children and adolescents. It has been estimated that about 284,000 high school boys play the sport and 209,000 high school girls do. Some estimate that soccer is the fastest growing team sport in the United States. With all of the excitement that always accompanies the World Cup, it makes a lot of sense that people would get excited by the fast paced sport. Unfortunately, like all sports played in the country and around the world, kids can get injured playing it. In 2009, more than 88,000 kids aged five to 14 were seen in emergency rooms for injuries they sustained on the soccer field. While sports related injuries may seem like a right of passage, there are ways they can be prevented. Whether the sport is being played in an

Paddle Boarding for Beginners — Getting Started with this Wonderful, Fun and Healthy Activity

Written by Recreation Magazine on January 9th, 2017. Posted in Fishing gear shop, Outdoor store tampa, Sports store

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One of the most important endeavors that people are becoming more and more interested in during this day and age is keeping fit and healthy. Fast lifestyles, a general tendency towards junk food and less opportunity to exercise and subscribing to healthier habits can take a toll on health and fitness, and for many, the quest to find that perfect balance between the modern lifestyle and healthy, fit practices is something that is important to say the least. In these circumstances, if you have limited time and opportunity, you should be looking for activities that are not only healthy, but also fun to engage in, while providing the exercise that you need on a regular basis. If we take a look at activities of this kind, there is one choice that can make sense due to its sheer convenience and minimum requirement

6 Tips to Improving Your Soccer Skills

Written by Recreation Magazine on November 12th, 2016. Posted in No 1 soccer camps, Soccer training, Youth soccer tournaments

Youth soccer programs

Soccer is one of the most popular sports on the planet. First developed in England in 1863, the sport is now played all over the globe. In the United States, there are at least 284,000 high school boys and 209,000 high school girls play the sport. Many opt to attend soccer camp to improve their soccer skills and get the attention of soccer recruiters. There are some other things you can do to improve your soccer plating skills.

  1. Practice soccer fundamentals every day. You need to perfect your technique. Every day, you should do at least a half an hour of skill practice. When you do a small amount of practice more often, you get more of a benefit from the practi

4 Ways to Get Through High School Unscathed

Written by Recreation Magazine on October 27th, 2016. Posted in Cheerleading, Cheerleading pom poms, Plastic cheerleading pom poms

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High school can be a difficult place to get along. People always say it’s the best years of your life but that is only true for some of the kids. Sometimes high school can be the worst years of your life. It seems like if you aren’t among the popular crowd, you don’t get noticed and the whole high school experience becomes nothing but drudgery. If your child feel like high school is not going the way that they hoped it would, here are a few tips to try and do something to make it a little more bearable for the remaining time that they have.

Join a Club or Two
It doesn’t matter if it’s the chess club or you’re waving around cheerleading pom poms; being in a club will give you opportunity to get to know people and make new friends. The best idea is actually to join a variety of clubs. If you are

Why Sports Uniforms Matter So Much to Athletes

Written by Recreation Magazine on October 26th, 2016. Posted in Athletic uniforms, Custom team uniforms, Track and field team uniforms

Football team uniforms

Far from the screams of adoring fans and the bright lights of television, sports started out with much less glamour and hype. And with that came less attention to uniforms. Even protective equipment was far more spare than today. Take a look at those old football and hockey pictures.

The Cleveland Indians were the first big league club to take the field with numbered uniforms. This was in 1916, 70 years after the first official baseball game was played. Today, baseball, which started in the United States, has spread worldwide. More than 100 countries are part of the International Baseball Federation.

Uniforms have become a symbol of sport, team, and player. Specific sports have uniforms tailor made to fit the equipment and the demands of the sport. Continue Reading No Comments