knee sleeves

Some Points You Need To Know About Knee Sleeves

If you are interested in sports, you must have known that to be able to practice sports with safety, you will need more or less some protection gear. One of the body parts that need to be protected during sports activities is the knee. Knee injuries are a big problem in many sports all over the world. In order to keep the knees safe, a simple option is to wear knee sleeves. To choose the best knee sleeves, firstly equip yourself with basic knowledge about them.

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The CrossFit Games Open

Could You Survive The CrossFit Games Open?

THE WORKOUTS AT THIS YEAR’S CROSSFIT GAMES OPEN REQUIRED STRENGTH, STAMINA, AND A WILLINGNESS TO PUSH THROUGH PAIN. FIND OUT WHERE YOU STACK UP AGAINST THE WORLD’S FITTEST MEN WITH THESE FIVE BRUTAL WODS.

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Active To do List

Active To-Do List

Whether you’re in the mood to do more or less, this month’s ideas give you plenty of options.

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What’s Your Function? Functional Fitness Helps You Do Everyday Activities Better and More Easily

Have you ever wondered how to make your book bag feel lighter? Or how to keep your energy up through an especially tough PE class or game? The answer might be exercise.

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Boys and Boats Oh and Ladies too

Boys and Boats – Oh, and Ladies, too

When is a portaloo not a portaloo? When it’s a “Ladies’ Powder Room” at the corporate hospitality complex at the Henley Royal Regatta. Approached by a tunnel created from frilly blue and white plastic, it is situated at a discreet distance from the banqueting tent–so that if something goes wrong with the plumbing, the corporate diners paying 200 [pounds] or more a head aren’t offended by an unpleasant whiff. Catering is by Payne & Gunter, who are doing the golf Open this week, then Goodwood, and numerous City functions. They move in, stick up some tents (“chalets”), and serve food and drink to the wannabes who wannabe seen at the Regatta and get the company to foot the bill.

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Olympic Rowing - You Need Both Grace and Guts

Olympic Rowing – You Need Both Grace and Guts

The US Olympic rowing team has a good chance of winning the 1996 summer Olympics after declining competitively since its last gold medal in 1964. In general, the best rowers are tall, graceful in motion, and know just the right balance between challenge and exhaustion.

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