3 Services Included In A Bicycle Tune-Up

If you are preparing yourself to take a long-distance trip on your bicycle, you will have a lot to do. Not only should you properly train and condition your body for this trip, but you will also need to make sure your bike is in excellent shape. You will not want your bike to develop problems while you are miles away from home, and you might be able to prevent issues by getting a bicycle tune-up.

A Fashion Guide To Your Golfing Photo Shoot

For many people, golfing is more than just a hobby, it's a passion. To help capture that passion, many people use professional photographers to take images in golf apparel and shooting on the course. Whether the images are for personal use or some other need, you want to look your best. Dressing up for the shoot requires a good amount of planning to ensure that your outfits match and can photograph well on the green.

How To Securely Tie Down A Canopy To The Ground Using Internal Guy Lines

If you have ever been under a portable canopy on a windy day or during a storm, you probably know how important it is to properly secure one to the ground. Custom canopys can quickly become airborne if you don't stake them to the ground. However, traditional guy lines can be trip hazards, especially in areas with lots of foot traffic. That's why you should use a tie-down system that relies on internal guy lines that don't extend into traffic areas.

SUP Angling: Catching And Releasing Safely

As an experienced SUP angler, you know that fishing from an SUP offers many unique benefits: efficient portability, low maintenance, and unmatched mobility. Even the most seasoned SUP angler, however, can learn a few new fishing tricks. Here are a few SUP fishing tips to help you safely catch and release more fish: Catching Staying in Place: one of the inherent challenges of fishing from the deck of an SUP is that even the gentlest current or the slightest breeze can cause your craft to drift.

Shooting Well In Lacrosse: Keys For Success

The lacrosse shot is a wildly varied thing. Over the course of a single game, players might be required to take shots ranging from 10 - 40 feet out. Sometimes these shots will happen while standing still. Other times, the player will be running. Some shots happen immediately after a pass. Others do not.  The combination of these elements is what elevates great lacrosse shooting to an artform. In order to become an effective and complete shooter, players need to develop a variety of tools for all of these game situations.