4 Different Types Of Juggling You Can Master

Posted on: 31 July 2018

If you just started playing around with the art of juggling, your journey is just starting. Juggling is a complicated sport that has many different forms and styles for you to master. Here are just a few types of juggling that you can learn and master over time.  #1 Stick Juggling Sick juggling consists of the use of three different sticks. You have two sticks that are used for manipulation and movement, and one larger stick that you perform the tricks with the other two sticks on. [Read More]

How To Create A Truly Original Recipe

Posted on: 31 July 2018

As you become more skilled as a cook, you might want to take your culinary skills to the next level by coming up with your own original recipe. But you might wonder where you should get started and what would classify as an original recipe. Creating Something New You might wonder if replacing one ingredient is enough for your recipe to be considered an original recipe. This depends partially on what ingredient you change. [Read More]

Emergencies Call For More Than The Basic Gear: What You Need In Your Emergency Survival First Aid Kit

Posted on: 28 July 2018

When it comes to caring for yourself and others during an emergency, there's a big difference between first aid kits and emergency first aid survival kits. A first aid kit will take care of minor cuts, scrapes and burns; however, it's not going to do much in the way of providing first aid care in an emergency survival setting. For that, you're going to need a fully-stocked emergency first aid survival kit. [Read More]

Triathlon Biking Fitting

Posted on: 26 July 2018

Whether you're preparing for your first or your tenth triathlon, finding a bike that fits you can make a major difference in your racing performance. Bike fitting for a triathlon is subtly different in several important ways than traditional bike fitting. Here's a quick guide to finding the right triathlon bike fit. Frame Virtually every bike company has a different chart for sizing riders to frames. Even if you purchased a bike with a manufacturer before, you will want to size your frame differently for your triathlon bike. [Read More]