Tips For Correctly Using An On-Deck Training Weight

Posted on: 13 November 2018

One of the many types of hitting weights that you use in baseball is an on-deck training weight. This simple, circular weight—often called a donut—slides over your bat from the handle toward the barrel and adds several ounces of weight to the bat. Each time that you swing, the weight is challenging your body more—and this means that when you take the weight off prior to walking to the plate, your bat will feel lighter and faster.
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3 Items You Need When Camping To Make It A Relaxing Vacation

Posted on: 16 November 2017

If you aren't familiar with camping, but have decided to give it a shot, you may be under the false belief that all you need is a sleeping bag and tent. However, if you aren't a skilled survivalist or camper, there is a lot more camping equipment you'll need to ensure your trip is more relaxing than stressful. Check out these three items you'll need to keep your trip relaxing.
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4 Great Reasons To Buy A Crossbow

Posted on: 22 August 2017

Whether you are a weekend hunter or a passionate enthusiast, crossbows have numerous advantages over traditional bows. While they might seem complicated (and many newer models certainly are), at their core they are simple machines that afford users a huge number of benefits. If you have been thinking about purchasing a crossbow -- or maybe you are simply curious about them -- keep reading below to discover four of the best reasons to buy a crossbow.
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Time To Hit The Water: Tips To Help You Buy Your First Boat

Posted on: 16 January 2017

If you've decided to buy your first boat, make sure you're prepared for the process. After your home, buying your first boat will probably be your second biggest investment. Because you'll be investing so much time and money in your boat, it's important that you take the time to identify your needs. Here are a couple of things you'll need to do now that you're buying your first boat. Choose the Style
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