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]

Look For These Gay-Friendly Sponsors For Your Kickball Team

Posted on: 25 July 2018

If you're putting together a team of kickball players and will be joining a gay kickball league like America's Finest Kickball League, you can expect a lot of fun throughout the season. Although there's nothing wrong with just handling the league fees yourselves, many teams look for sponsorship as a way to offset the cost of joining the league. Many leagues charge an entry fee and still require you to buy your own uniforms, so seeking sponsorship can give your team the funds for enrollment and to buy uniforms. [Read More]

Why Tumbling Classes Are A Good Choice For Your Son, Too

Posted on: 25 July 2018

People who think of enrolling their children in tumbling classes might automatically think that this athletic pursuit is ideal for young girls. After all, your daughters might gravitate toward performing cartwheels, rolls, and other tumbling maneuvers in the living room or backyard without any prompting. What you might not know, however, is that while many young girls enjoy tumbling classes, many classes are open to boys, too. Boys might not be as common as girls in this environment, but that doesn't mean that your son can't get a lot out of a tumbling class. [Read More]