Golf is a sport almost everyone likes to give a try at some point in their lives. Whether you are getting into golf for the first time or you are picking it back up again after a long time without playing, golf is a fun game that people of any age can enjoy. However, it can be easy to make common mistakes as you start – and if you turn these mistakes into habits, they can really hinder your golfing progress significantly. Here we take a look at seven of the most common mistakes that new golfers make, and what you can do to avoid them.Read More
Whether you play golf or don’t, buying a golf cart can be one of the best decisions you can make. Not only is it more affordable (with prices starting at $2,000) than other vehicles, but it’s also more environmentally friendly, compact, safe, and fun to drive. If you’re still thinking about it, you may want to consider the advantages you can enjoy by driving one.Read More
Going on a fishing expedition with kids offers an amazing experience, but it’s the parents who do all the work while their kids are playing around. In fact, most parents and guardians want to see their children fish but they just don’t know how to go about it. Here is a list of tips that can help you when teaching your kids how to fish.Read More
Our primary and the most important environment is our family and all of the habits starts there. Due to that mirroring process, sports and physical activities are a healthy habit you want to transfer to your children. How to create interesting family sport activities and how to include children in them? There are some pieces of advice and techniques you might think about when it comes to family activities ideas.Read More
Archery is a great and fascinating sport for any man looking to develop his muscles and improve his mental health. Whether you intend to use your bow for recreation, hunting or competition, traditional bows and arrows can take you back to the roots of archery. Want to know why a medieval bow is what every guy needs? Read on to find out.Read More
There are many reasons why taking up martial arts is a good thing for dads. If you like sports but want to try something different, taking up martial arts can still give you that work out albeit a little different from what you are used to. If you take up martial arts, you are not just getting physically fit, but mentally and emotionally fit as well. It takes a lot of discipline ( both mind and body) to master a form of martial arts after all.
Sports fans are usually at their happiest when they are watching their teams or favourite athletes at work. Therefore, you’d think buying them a gift would be an easy and simple task – this is not necessarily the case. Beyond buying tickets for events, it can be challenging to find birthday presents that will put smiles on their faces. The key is to think outside the box. Read on for a few ideas to get you started.Read More
For kids, tennis may seem just like another game, but this largely individual sport is about more than just backspins, faults and breakpoints. While tennis demands a great deal of sacrifice, it rewards kids willing to remain committed with valuable life lessons.Besides having fun and keeping kids fit and active, engaging tennis lessons can teach the importance of passion and dedication. Here are several other lessons from tennis that can help a kid grow as a person.Read More
When it comes to parents of sporty kids, the discussion can become fraught with ease. “Pushy” parents, who force their children to engage with sports against their will, are judged on a societal level, and are even the subject of troubling documentaries. If your children are involved in sport, then you’re probably determined to be incredibly careful to ensure you don’t cross the line and become one of the “pushy” parents.
Some teenagers are naturally confident and outgoing, some are more shy and need to be brought out. Others take a bit of a knock - socially, hormonally - and they struggle to get back to themselves. Being a kid can be really tough and riding the highs and lows of life at a young age is more difficult than adults ever remember. What can help, though, is giving them the opportunity to get off the couch and stuck into a sport that will help to boost their self-confidence.Read More