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Advantages of height in racquet sports

Advantages of height in racquet sports

Being taller than average has many benefits, but what about exercise, especially racquet sports? So what are the pluses and minuses of height when it comes to tennis, squash, racquetball, etc.? How can a competitor use extra height to gain a competitive advantage over an opponent who has a different …

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How to properly swing a golf club

How to properly swing a golf club

One of the most difficult parts of golf is learning how to swing a golf club correctly. Many people think that the harder you swing, the harder the ball will fly. This leads to beginner golfers breaking golf clubs or destroying dirt under the tee. With these tips you will …

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10 insights for top tri results

10 insights for top tri results

Without the secret insights you will not reach your full potential in the current season. Sure, you’ll eventually learn the secrets, but don’t wait to learn them through your own racing experience. Or worse, 20 years from now you might look back and wish you had learned a lot sooner. …

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NY High School Regents Exams: Do We Still Need Them?

NY High School Regents Exams: Do We Still Need Them?

NY High School Regents Exams began in New York State in 1876, a hundred years after our nation’s declaration of independence. As they have evolved, they continue to this day, testing NY’s high school students in most academic subjects. Students who passed their exams received Regents Certificates. That too has …

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Golf in the Bahamas For Families

Golf in the Bahamas For Families

A great idea for a family vacation is the Bahamas. If you’ve never been to the Bahamas then you’re missing out on a tropical paradise. For golfers, there is nothing quite like playing golf in the Bahamas on the beautiful, lushly manicured golf courses, some of which overlook the ocean. …

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Making It Harder to Fail in School

Making It Harder to Fail in School

School districts across the country, like those in Fairfax County, Virginia, and Prince George County, Maryland, are taking a second look at grades and opting for “zero policies” for middle and high school students. The result: It’s impossible for children to get grades below 50%, even in the face of …

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Reading The Greens Like a Pro

Reading The Greens Like a Pro

Have you ever had to face the situation where you hit a ball you thought was going to roll in only to see it move way to the right? Chances are you misunderstood the green if this happened. Experience, good judgment and skill are required to read the greens correctly; …

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Discipline, Be Proactive!

Discipline, Be Proactive!

As the saying goes: prevention is better than cure? Boy, if we all lived by that belief, I bet a lot of the life frustrations we face would go away! For example, if we hadn’t eaten fast food in the last four days, our scale wouldn’t show a new, astronomical …

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