Thinking of Buying Custom Cycling Jerseys? Here are a few tips!

3 December 2018
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Finding the best jersey in terms of design, fabric and overall appearance goes a long way to affect the performance of the cyclist. As such, it is important to find a supplier of jerseys that best suit your needs and preferences. Notably, since only you will know what is best for you, finding a supplier of custom cycling jerseys. Below are some of the things that should guide your selection of the most ideal supplier of custom cycling jerseys. Read More 

Tips to help you correct Diastasis Recti after pregnancy

7 February 2018
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If you have given birth recently and have noticed that despite your many efforts to exercise, your stomach still has a pouch, you could have diastasis recti. This is a condition which results when the Linea Alba, the tissues which connect the muscles of the abdomen, especially the Rectus Abdominis, lose their elasticity, compromising your entire core. Most people worry about the aesthetic problems that are created by the condition, but the more severe problem is that it makes your core weak and could eventually lead to prolapse of pelvic organs is left untreated. Read More 

Tips and Tricks When Bleeding Trailer Brakes

8 January 2018
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It is usually advisable to bleed the brakes of your boat trailer after replacing a component of the brake system. This article discusses some helpful tips that you should keep in mind when bleeding the boat trailer brakes. Place the Drain Container High Select the location of the container that will receive the purged brake fluid carefully. Never place the container at a lower level than the cylinder from which you are draining brake fluid as you bleed the brakes. Read More 

5 Situtions in Which Having a Kayak Beats Having a Stand-Up Paddleboard

27 March 2017
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More and more people are finding themselves choosing between buying either a stand-up paddleboard (SUP) or a kayak. There's really no right answer, but each serves certain purposes more effectively. Here are just five situations in which you'll be glad you went for a kayak instead of a SUP. 1. You'll Be Covering Shallow Water One of the major differences between a SUP and a kayak is that a SUP will have fins. Read More