3 Ways The Beginning Runner Can Improve Their Speed

Posted on: 10 November 2015

If you are a beginning runner who has just completed your first 5K, half, or full marathon, you may be looking to get faster on your next go-around. Here are three ways to decrease your times. 1. Opt for Strength Training Over An Expensive Shoe You may have been bombarded in the past by salespeople trying to sell you a specific brand of shoe according to your gait and natural pronation.
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Need A New Pair Of Golfing Shoes? Choose From Spiked Or Spikeless

Posted on: 5 November 2015

At one time if you were in need of a pair of golf shoes, your choices were spiked, or spiked. In today's market the spikeless shoe is gaining favor. The following are descriptions and some insight into the pros and cons of both types of shoes. Spiked Golf Shoes – Historic Pick Spiked golf shoes provide better traction on the golf course, especially while taking that all important golf swing. Once only available in a basic lace-up with metal spikes, now these shoes are made in a number of styles and offer plastic spikes as an alternative.
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Beginner's Golf: 3 Tips To Look Like You Know What You're Doing

Posted on: 2 November 2015

Many beginning golfers are intimidated by the game, especially when they're playing busy courses. No one wants to look like an absolute newbie. If you follow these 3 tips, you'll look and feel more at home on the course: Don't be afraid to play the forward tees. When you're learning the game of golf, you won't have as much control over the ball's trajectory as you might wish. If you don't have the stuff to send your balls flying accurately for long distances, you need to bite the bullet and play off the more forward tees.
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