Almost 41,000 NEW children’s books are published annually. When you add this to 233,000,000 existing books sold annually, it’s almost impossible to choose a book for your child without stabbing in the dark.
Dr. Qooz has simplified this process and the parent makes a personal choice that fits their criteria for their child in about 3 minutes.
The important 5 tips include two items which are the most crucial.
Is the child’s book a #1 Best Seller, (Amazon, New York Times, USA Today, Publishers Weekly, or Indiebound)?
READ the BOOK REVIEWS, Read the Free Book or View Free Video
Research the Author,
Does the author have a Website?
Does the writer have a social media presence? Facebook, Twitter
Google the author’s name, does Google recognize the author?
Is the publication Child approved?
Number one suggestion, is the children’s book a #1 Best Seller is explained in detail, in Dr. Qooz’ free movie , How to Choose a Children’s Book.
Second most important suggestion, Is the book Child approved? Read or show the book to the childafter you have narrowed all the other suggestion criteria and see if they want you to read it to them again.
Each parent has criteria they want to see in the potential book, such as:
Is there a good teaching lessons?
Will the book stir the child’s imagination?
Does the book promote, great moral, integrity, citizenship, behavior etc.. ?
Dr. Qooz’ video, How to Choose a Children’s Book, will reveal how to narrow down 233 million books down to 72, (SEVENTY TWO) #1 Best Sellers in the youngster’s book categories annually, (and still conserve the parents tastes ).
Dr. Qooz details with laser targeting in his movie, How to select a Children’s Book in less than 3 1/2 minutes, the top books to choose from.
Regardless of age you can make a determination from online or store in a couple of minutes and be armed with the very best advice when buying your next child’s book.
Dr. Qooz’ video reveals a free list of #1 Best Selling books. This connection in the movie reveals a list of #1 Best Sellers that is updated every month.
You have probably seen ads for an event such as the Spartan Hurry or the Warrior Dash. You know the ones where participants are covered in mud as they leap over fire pits.
But what’s a Mud Run, anyhow?
Though there isn’t any kind of formal body which regulates the sport, a mud run is a race/event where contestants have to complete a course that has many barriers for the racers to traverse. And as the name suggests, usually at least one of those obstacles will include mud.
This is the basic concept, but there are tons of variations on this idea. In these activities, competitors might wind up running 50 miles or more and the obstacles that they encounter are indeed very challenging. Other mud runs are more crafted towards the average person who wants to pursue a fitness goal or who is searching for a fun weekend battle. Mud Runs like this are about 5 km with obstacles that most individuals can finish so long as they are in decent shape. Participants might need to climb over cargo nets, go over balance beams or crawl under barbed wire. The majority of the times, participants will have the option to participate with a team in these events.
Throughout the USA, there are more than 500 obstacle course races each year, and millions participate every year. The most popular of the series is the Warrior Dash, but more than 40 companies produce similar events on a national level. Some of these organizations have adopted themes for their own series, such as the Hero Hurry, where all the obstacles resemble something a fireman would have to de (ie: climb ladders, slide down surveys ).
With the exception of a few very competitive races, contestants are free to go around any obstacles they may be unable to do. From the competitive races, a competitor who can’t do an obstacle might not be eligible for awards or may have to wait in a”penalty box” for a couple of minutes.
In many of the competitions, mud runners do not take themselves too seriously. Many events promote wacky costumes, and almost all of them draw participants by promoting a huge after-party at the conclusion of the race.
Obstacle course racing has motivated many people to reach their fitness objectives. Why not see what all the hype is about?
This will be divided into two different sections. The first section will be for the novices to learn more parkour.
The second section is going to be for men and women who have already mastered the basics and are looking for more advanced tutorials.
Before we move on it’s crucial that you understand that parkour can be a dangerous game if not done properly. It is also a high impact game, so make sure with a physician that your body can handle it.
Now to begin with the moves. There are several basic moves that you need to master before anything else. Those two moves are the parkour landing and the parkour roll.
These two basic movements are what enable people to practice parkour safely. This makes certain your ankles absorb an excessive amount of impact, your knees don’t absorb too much effect, and your back does not absorb too much impact.
The land is typically done out of about a five foot or less jump. Its basically where you want to land on the balls of your feet, bend your knees while sticking your butt way out, and not letting your knees bend past 90 degrees. You can even use your hands if you want to.
The roll is what allows a people to jump out of 10 foot ledges and property with the same effect as an ordinary person doing a jumping jack. The roll is slightly more complex to explain through words, so I recommend looking instructional videos from the Tapp Brothers. They give excellent free educational videos. Another group that provides good educational videos are the Laflair Parkour videos. They are a bit more comedic in comparison with the Tapp Brothers.
After you learn these two basic moves you can move on to vaults.
One Handed Vault
These are all fairly simple, but again easier to explain in a video.
Advanced Guide to Know More Parkour
Regardless of what you want to learn the process is the same.
For the ones which aren’t knowledgeable about the sport of free-dive spearfishing, it entails using a breath-hold technique and swimming down to your target depth at which you would then shoot a fish with an elastic band-powered spear gun.
This is a dangerous game for many reasons. With a breath-hold technique is dangerous since you begin to push your limits in depth, you face the risk of losing consciousness due to lack of oxygen to the brain. Another element of risk associated with this game is that the presence of predators such as sharks. When you are successful in swimming , finding a fish and shooting it with your spear gun, getting blood in the water is unavoidable. The blood in the water can not just attract them but also place them in a feeding frenzy with aggressive behavior. It is not if, it’s when.
All danger aside, free dive spearfishing gives you a pure, euphoric adrenaline rush. From the minute you enter the water, you have left your normal surroundings and entered an alien domain where everything is faster, more agile, and more attuned to the environment around them. This poor feeling is humbling as you swim down into the blue abyss. An extremely caveman-esque adrenaline rush washes over you while you swim down with just you and your spear gun, looking for prey and hoping another predator doesn’t materialize out of the blue.
When descending, sometimes there is what is called a thermocline. This is a layer of water with a warmer temperature and heavy salinity levels, causing it to be quite blurry and not conducive to good visibility. Immediately beneath the thermocline the water becomes noticeably colder and visibility is significantly improved. Breaking through the thermocline is obviously an extreme moment, one second you are surrounded by this blurry water and can barely see your hand before your face and the next moment it is like a veil has been lifted and you can see clearly all around you.
When one finally reaches the bottom or their target thickness, chooses which fish they need to harvest, makes the kill shot, and propels down themselves the surface, the feeling of success and achievement is incomparable.
Man’s boundless quest for conquering sky has led him to invent gliders, aircraft and airplanes. The air vehicles haven’t only facilitated communication but also fulfilled our innate desire of flying. However, the notion of flying alone, freely has always enticed man and the outcome is paragliding. Out of all of the recreational air-sports that are prevalent in practice now, powered paragliding has gained much fame, the facility to fly safely, use of minimal gear, lower maintenance cost and portability has earned it its popularity.
Usually, people get confused with terms such as parasailing, para motoring and paragliding, though every one of these provides you the freedom of flying independently, but there are little variations in terms of operating rules.
Paramotoring is an advanced form of ultralight aviation. In this adventurous sport, the pilots need to take a motor on their back, which purvey the required thrust to fly deploying the attached canopy. You can launch it in air and ground all alone without any help, the control completely stays in front of the para motorist however you can also go for tandem powered paragliding
Parasailing refers to this recreational activity that we do at the beach, a professional assists the para sailor to attach himself to a boat with the help of a harness; he also has to attach a parasail, a specially designed form of parachute. As the vehicle moves ahead in high-speed it drags the para sailor and with accelerated speed, it lifts the person high into the air, here the individual has least amount of control over the parasail.
The basic skills you need to accommodate before paragliding are how to launch from the air, turn and soil the para glide safely, here the hand brakes assist in controlling and accelerating the pace and changing the direction. The pilots sits on a harness swung below a fabric wing containing lots of interconnected baffled cells.
Two different forms of powered paragliding are available in practice; among the motorized paragliding apparatus includes foot-launch unit. Here the pilot carries a 2-stroke motor and need to run to get the required pace and momentum before launching in the atmosphere, another one comes with”trike” unit. To choose the one right for you it is a good idea to consult with the experts.
Trailblazing flight-lovers have an inexorable dream of flying like an avian and powered paragliding has simply put forth the range to turn their dream into reality. If you also fantasize to fly like a bird, powered paragliding is the ideal action to indulge in. Though, people consider it safer in comparison to other daring sports activities but nevertheless it is important to understand about the safety measures before one rides a para motor. Motorized paragliding needs minimal training and the control of the carrier stays in the hands of the para motorist. Your safety totally depends upon your sincerity in learning the flying lessons, it’s important to keep in mind the weather conditions prior beginning a paragliding lesson.
If you are new to horses and riding, the concept of actually training a horse can seem rather intimidating. Horses are large, have minds of their own, and can at times seem very unpredictable. However, if you’re willing to take some time to learn about how horses think and act, you can train your horse through many issues in a manner that is safe for you and the horse. The one warning that I will give here is that there are some behavioral issues that take experience and ability to work through, but the only way to get that experience is to start slow, begin working through things and always be aware of your horse and what he’s telling you.
Begin by Watching
If you are new to horse training, step one is to start watching horses in the area and as others are working with them. Get used to reading the language of the horse, what does it mean when the horse swishes his tail, or when he raises his head and tightens his ears? Learning to recognize and translate the horse’s body language is the number one part of being successful at training and, more importantly, keeping yourself safe. You will need to know when the horse isn’t paying attention and requires a wake-up, or when the horse is being pushed to hard and is starting to become defensive by preparing to kick or bite. I can’t say it enough? Reading the horse is the trick to training and the secret to not getting hurt in the process of instruction. You can’t learn to read a horse by looking at pictures or reading books, you have to go out and watch real horses and take note of what they are doing and feeling. You have to get in the mind of the horse. This is a skill that requires a lifetime to master, but start now and you may be surprised how quickly you will start picking things up.
Fundamentals of Training
There are two ways to train, and this applies not only to horses, but to ourselves as well. Or you can train with negative reinforcement, so that the horse is working to prevent something. Food can be used for positive reinforcement, but for horses, rest, comfort, and safety can be positive reinforcers as well. That is where having a connection and a connection with the horse you’re training will make the training easier and more successful. A relationship can mean simply that the horse trusts you because you behave consistently and the horse can see you as a companion, not someone to be feared.
Horses learn to respond to cues, just like dogs and even people. A cue can be anything, the physical pressure from our hand or heel, a spoken word, or a non-physical pressure applied with our eyes and body language. The cue itself really doesn’t matter, as long as it’s consistent. So you apply the cue, the horse starts to move to get the right answer to get rid of the pressure. When he finds the right answer, we release the pressure and give him a reward, which can be compliments and patting or a food reward if appropriate. For example, we stage the guide rope and the horses nose towards the trailer and tap him on the hindquarters with a stick, these are two cues requesting him to move forward. He may fidget side to side, or move backwards, but will eventually have a step forward. The praise is positive reinforcement, which we discussed in the previous paragraph. You should also give the horse a rest period, even if its short, after he gets a tricky training concept, to further establish the behavior.
The sort of training that you want to recognize and stay away from is where the horse is solely motivated to act a certain way to prevent pain. This might be that he goes forward quickly because he knows he’ll get spurs in his side or a whip if he doesn’t. While hard to discern, horses that have been trained solely through pain may behave well but they are emotionally shut down and exhibit little personality, curiosity, or affection. You want your horse to enjoy training, just as the family dog jumps to his feet once the leash is pulled out.
Behaviors will not occur perfectly the first time. Training a horse to act a certain way or to perform a specific movement takes the actions has to be shaped until it is performed just as you want it. By way of example, when training a horse to execute a flying lead change, the rider commonly starts with asking the horse to carry out a simple lead change with maybe 10 steps of trotting. This is at first rewarded, and over time the trainer gets more specific, asking for fewer and fewer trot steps until finally the horse just performs a flying change without the further actions. Obviously there are a couple of different skills which the horse has mastered to execute this flying change, but the basic principle is the same, the coach shapes the movement to his liking. Another example could be correcting a horse that is pushy on the ground. The first step is to start asking the horse to move his shoulders away. When the horse moves his shoulders away from the trainer, he is rewarded. After several repetitions, the trainer will ask the horse to move from only pressure with the lead rope. Finally, the trainer will ask the horse to move just by applying the strain through body language and the horse moves. If the horse is asked to move away with body language only the first time, he is unlikely to reply, but following the consistent increases in stress, he learns what behaviour is expected, learns how to do it more accurately and so learns efficiently without undue stress.
Is your Horse in the Perfect State of Mind for Coaching?
For training to work, the horse has to be in a great state of mind. If he is frightened or distressed, the training will not go very far. The ideal training takes place when the horse is calm, content, and curious. After the horse comes from the state, the trainer should find a way to redirect and refocus his attention. If the horse becomes fearful because of a training object, like a whip or stick, then back off and spend some time desensitizing until the horse is more relaxed again. If the diversion is something else (perhaps another horse is running in a field near by) then search for a way to get the horses focus back on you. You could keep your horse moving, or request simple exercises that you are confident that your horse can perform. If something that you did scared the horse, or when he’s becoming frustrated with all the training, then stop and spend some time rubbing him or walking leisurely until he relaxes and you can go back to the training, beginning with another basic exercises using plenty of rewards to make the session enjoyable again. Don’t waste your time working with a horse that’s extremely stressed or excited. The horse won’t be able to concentrate on your training, and you’re certain to get frustrated.
The same concept applies to you as well – if you’re frustrated after a day at work, or just feel yourself losing patience with your horse – stop! It is much better to pick up the training again on another day then to push past your own mental limits and possibly do something that you will later regret and that will set your training back.
Belly dancing can build your confidence and self-esteem by correcting, strengthening, and stimulating the many qualities that make you the best person you may be.
The personality of a person refers to their birth traits. As an example, you hear statements like she had been born happy and free-spirited. Another example often heard is that the person is an introvert or an extrovert.
Regardless of your inborn traits building confidence and self-esteem is regarded as a part of your personality. We build our personality traits by learning and changing our behaviors. A common phrase that’s often heard is…”She or he’s a trusted and honest person.
Regardless of our unchangeable personality (because this is what we’re born with), we can enhance our character by studying and changing our behaviours.
This can be corrected by factual and correct knowledge. Knowing that the understanding of the dance is correct is important to not make mistakes or create misunderstandings of communication.
Practicing is critical in order that we perform the movements as accurately as possible for correctness and in the case of ethnic or folkloric dancing it needs to be historically accurate as much as possible to not insult the culture being represented.
The teacher plays a critical role in analyzing and adjusting movements to reinforce that the dance steps and movements are precise and nicely executed. This is additional training that strengthens knowledge.
But, because she was ready, the applause and the remarks from the crowd rewards her with confidence and self-esteem.
It’s been my experience as a Middle Eastern dance instructor that regardless of whether you’re an extrovert or an introvert it doesn’t mean that you are confident. An introvert may be silent but have a great deal of confidence.
In the classroom every student is enjoying herself as this dance is a lot of fun. Also reassuring is to determine how many other women are socially interacting and enjoying others with similar interests. Many lifelong friendships are developed during courses. A bonding occurs making each woman feel strong and sure and able to overcome any negative thinking or influences.
Belly dancing is an intimate experience of mental, physical, and spiritual awareness unlike any other dance style because it is a dance that displays the inner being.
Mountain climbing is a sport that’s acceptable for people that are always searching for activities containing plenty of adrenaline rush. While this game is for everybody a mountain climber has to be patient, emotionally and physically strong and must be well-trained. Climbing the mountains can give a break from the daily life dilemmas and the stunning views of the hills will make the memories and experience of your life. Mountain climbing can completely change one’s life as it aids in creating the character of a person by teaching a person to conquer his/her fears. For those of you who are intending to have this extraordinary experience here are some tips:
• Destination- You can either go for a significant rise or a slight rise. When a complete climb can be achieved in a day devoid of any exceptional work and which takes within five hours to reach the summit in the point of start of the hiking, which is called a minor climb. And the climb that takes days to complete and a where lots of physical effort is needed, is referred to as the significant climb. You can decide which one to go for according to your capacity and expertise. Also, you can consider the locality, availability of drinkable sources of water, view from the hills etc while deciding on the destination.
• Place to Stay- You can decide to remain in the local resorts or camp on the spot if it’s possible and if you find a suitable location.
• Equipments- As a starter all you need is a good pair of hiking shoes, pants and jackets that are water-proof and which dries out quickly, and your trusty rucksack. The number of things to take will eventually grow as you will get more experiences. If you’re planning for a significant climb then you can imagine bringing a lightweight tent. Aside from these, essentials like food and water may also be carried.
• Personal Health- The right training and preparation physically are crucial before starting mountain climbing. Exercises to prepare the leg muscles like running and stair climbing carried out. You can also train to make yourself accustomed to the heavy load you’ll need to carry on the hills.
This could help in avoiding the risks involved with scaling alone which should never be done.
Stunting is where all of the physical work and practice pays off. Previously called Pyramiding, stunting itself has also come into its own over the years. Physical prowess and dexterity will definitely be tested, though placement is important also. There are numerous stunts which may be used and memorized. There are also numerous variations done on these very same stunts! Easily the most physical detail, when done correctly, the showmanship and pageantry of this team really shines through.
Flexibility, tight muscles, and balance are a definite must to stunt correctly. Your body proportion has to be equal between your legs and your body, making it much easier to flip, etc.. When flying thorough the air, there is a never-ending struggle against gravity. All of the practice put in is finally going to pay out. When implemented well, quality stunting really gets the audiences going!
Starting off as the human pyramid, this simple gymnastic formation grew very fast in popularity. It starts out with the foundation, and smaller tiers of teammates are inserted, each level supported by the one below it. Naturally, the lighter teammates are positioned at the peak of the formation, while the strongest teammates occupy the foundation. There are many variations of how it could be achieved now. No matter how the pyramid is constructed, it takes strength and precise implementation. The teamwork that one has to achieve when learning to create pyramids is unmatched in any other sport. The lives of your teammates are literally in your hands.
There’s practically an entire catalog listing the kinds of stunts available. Preps, extension-preps, cupies, awesomes, extensions, thigh stands, and shoulder stands/sits, are just the tip of the iceberg! Stunting is hard work but well worth it. Hitting all your stunts in rivalry is the best feeling in the world.
Stunting is really the principal spectacle at the performances. It is the cherry on top of a excellent performance. High flying flips and feats of strength and endurance easily make it the performance’s spotlight. Stunting just has a natural attraction about it, and it is strangely fun to observe. With the right amount of dedication and practice, stunting can be even more enjoyable to be a part of.
Boxing involves mainly punching and defense. It may not sound very complicated, but training to knock an opponent out requires complication and sweating off those muscles to a huge extent. Here are a few tips to help in training, enhance your punch and develop your defense.
• While training the most important thing to remember is to drink lots of water. All that sweat that’s becoming dispensed from your body makes you dehydrated and you won’t have the energy to workout. So, stay hydrated.
Don’t be afraid to ask anyone for boxing tips. The more you know about another’s technique the more you understand about your weaknesses.
• Don’t push yourself to the limit from day one. Start from the bottom and increase your capacity one day at a time. Make your training enjoyable and rewarding. Pushing yourself over the edge could make you quit quickly.
• Punch light and sharp! Make your workout more precious by following these two simple rules. This will allow more bag time and you’ll also have the energy to do so.
• Breathe! Most wind up holding their breath! Remember to breathe out while punching. Looking at your opponent can be motivating in most angles. Do not examine the floor but watch how your opponent crumbles before your eyes.
Let your opponent know that you’re no quitter. Use your entire body to your advantage. Throw your body at every punch, this way you do not sacrifice any form of power.
• Use Short hooks, short rights and brief uppercuts together with long jabs. You earn more time and strength.
• Keep calm and toss combo punches of both light and hard order.
• Utilize the opportunity to land your punches in every part of the body. Keeping his head at bay work on the best way best to encounter the rest of his body.
• Practice 3 to 5 combos for each opponent. Trying out every combo could be a waste of time and energy.
• During coaching if you are out of breathe, calm down, inform your trainer and have a breather.
You will find a good deal of boxers moving all around the ring for no reason going off the fight. Focus on your opponent and attack at every given chance avoiding your opponent’s blows at the exact same time.
• Also don’t wait for your opponent to finish his punch, for those who have a gap, then take the opportunity even if it doesn’t land.
• While in the ring, there’s no room for relaxation. Always focus, focus and focus. A small distraction could be the chance your opponent was waiting for.
Make boxing an enjoyable sport and get the most out of it while training. Be serious while coaching but don’t make it boring.
Have you been a casual, occasional, or recreational bowler for a while now?
Maybe you finally decided to take the plunge and join your first league.
Maybe you crumbled under the peer pressure from your office mates and joined the company bowling team?
Whatever the case may be, there is help available for you–and it begins right here!
I’ve been an avid bowler for more than thirty years; and offering bowling tips for beginners gives me the greatest coaching satisfaction. Whether the beginner is a small child who is taking to the lanes for the very first time, or an adult who bowled once or twice a year for 20 years and needs to improve, folks who really need to understand can improve right before your eyes, particularly those at the novice level. I have a few simple tips which might drastically change their match.
I recall when I was at the stage of the match, many moons ago… I was a fairly athletic kid and got discouraged quickly if I couldn’t grab on to a game fast. If I didn’t feel as though I was getting better quickly, I was likely to package it up and move on to the next thing.
Luckily for me, once I joined my first bowling league at age 13 there was lots of help available. Every Saturday morning my friends and I would carpool to the bowling all with one of our parents (THANKS PARENTS). The league for 13-18 year olds started at 8:30 am. Kinda painful to us after going to school all week, but we really had a fantastic time.
Once we settled on our pair of lanes and started bowling, the coaches would begin making their way up and down the bowling center, helping everybody that appeared to need it along the way.
I recall one particular coach, not by name but since he was the oldest, and was a retired police officer. He didn’t have any children of his own in that league but he bowled in the Seniors league after us and would get up early to help all of us. What a terrific guy, and fantastic coach! The tips that I am going to share with you are the ones that I recall him giving me. He saw one Saturday morning how frustrated I was getting, pulled me aside and broke down these three basic bowling principles.
Use the right weight ball for your size.
Pick the heaviest ball you are able to throw without compromising your ability to have a full, relaxed arm swing, fantastic speed, and not cause you to lose balance or drop the ball . A good guideline to follow is to roll 1 pound of chunk per 10 lbs of body fat, then add or subtract 1 pound. By way of instance, if you weigh 120 pounds start with a 12 pound ball. It may seem to heavy at first, but so long as you have a full, relaxed arm swing, good speed, and it doesn’t cause you to lose balance or drop the ball early stick with it. If not, go up or down in weight accordingly.
Use the lane to help you target.
When you stand on the strategy prepared to start your shot, as you examine the lane you will observe many different markings. About 15 feet down the lane there are a set of arrows that point toward the pins. Most bowlers look at these arrows as opposed to the pins when planning. Why? Simply stated, it’s easier to hit a target that is closer to you. Thus, begin bowling and watch your ball roll over the arrows, ensuring you’re standing in precisely the identical position to start every time–use the dots on the front part of the lane to place your toes. Make a mental note of where the ball crossed the arrows once you hit the head pin. This is your”mark”. Beginners should practice this method with the first ball of each frame first, it gets somewhat more technical when trying to get spares.
Do not worry about strikes.
No one gets a strike every time. Focusing on technique can enable you to improve. As soon as you build the mark mentioned in tip #2, make sure you actually watch your ball roll over it each time. If you hit it and the result is consistently different, consider developing another mark. Strikes will come, work on your technique and find those spares; you’ll find that a few strikes will sneak in there after a while.
Well, believe it or not, archery is a social sport. It’s an activity with a very low barrier of entry. This allows almost anyone to participate.
Teaches self discipline and concentrate
We can all agree that archery is one sport that instills self and focus discipline. All you have to do is correct and learn fast. You can’t skip a step and be 100% effective. You don’t have any option but to be self disciplined and focused. Archery instructs that slowing down thought process to focus makes you more successful.
Helps to improve your coordination and balance
Archery helps improve your balance in addition to your coordination. This is quite simple, thinking about the fact that archery is focusing on a target and executing a shot. That’s all it takes to improve your coordination and balance. This in turn helps improve your hand to eye coordination and can help you hit your target accurately.
Helps your physical health
The most obvious reason to learn is your physical wellbeing. Archery is a mostly outdoor sport. Archers tend to consume vitamin D naturally from sun. Vitamin D is highly needed for bone health and development. Archery also helps build your core, back, chest, and shoulder muscles.
Helps with your self confidence
Each archer draws this satisfaction from hitting the target and much more from a bulls eye. Archery is a sport that improves mental confidence of any player.
It helps you behave
Now this might seem like going a little extreme, but it is the truth. If you ask any archer, they will tell you the following rules is the most important things. When you learn to follow rules, you start to act a particular way of course in a positive light. These principles that guide you to becoming a better archer can assist you in all facets of life. For those who have a child with behavioral issues, encouraging them to learn archery is truly a means to help them change.
Helps you set goals
Since we’ve touched a bit on the psychological benefits of learning archery, helping an individual particularly a developing child to learn goal-setting. This is normally so effortless, because archery is one sport that offers a goal setting environment. This will enable the archer from the classroom and life in general. As soon as you begin to increase your distance and focus on smaller targets, you learn how to set goals and actually achieve them. It is one step at a time.
It teaches life lessons
It teaches is esteem. Archery as a sport instills respect to both the archer as well as the rival. As an archer, you must respect the rules of the game just like in other sports. It also teaches you the value of sportsmanship and teamwork.
It is one of the safest sports
Archery is one of the safest sports especially for kids. It’s as safe as sports such as table tennis and bowling. Needless to say, all sports have risks but proper archery done in the perfect care retains archers and the audience secure.
One of the many sweet treats that are available today, cotton candy is possibly the one which exudes so much pleasure. Carnivals, circuses, street fairs, these are simply some events that would not be complete without a cotton candy existence. Summers even wouldn’t be a lot of fun summer with no spun treat around. Kids, and even adults, enjoy summertime and various fairs even more when they’re having a feast of the sugary treat. In actuality, even the more formal gatherings and parties have taken cotton candy at all, what with the endless creative possibilities which may be done with this product to fit it into any event needing some touch of sweetness in it.
It’s only fitting that this sweet confection connotes much pleasure. Really, we can understand why it is so with the fun facts about it recorded below: The contemporary world has allotted a special day for almost anything perceived as striking to observe, and spun sugar cure is no exception. In the United States at least, a National Cotton Candy Day is celebrated every December 7, highlighting how the sweet stuff has already had a hundred years of history into it to reach national significance. And needless to say, we need not state that cotton candy has from the time of its invention gradually delighted the whole world. Cotton candy bags are huge, as the finished product are also enormous. But the fact is that this confection is mostly air and only a little sugar, which accounts for its being lightweight, in fact, lighter than feathers.
It was formerly called fairy floss and candy floss until 1920, referring to the tiny sugar strands where the product is made.
It tastes very sweet since the only ingredient it has is sugar, but a serving conveys less calories with it compared to a can of soda. It won’t even lead to tooth decay when consumed only in moderate amount. Apart from that, it is fat-free treat. While we can enjoy this treat now fresh or pre-packaged, in several flavors, patterns, and colors, it remains the exact same treat that it had been when it was first devised. This is because it is an easy, flawless confection to begin with.
In Asia, Japanese and Chinese cotton candy vendors have turned the spinning of sugar from a simple industry into a form of art that is both popular and glamorous, and classes about it have emerged in certain big cities.
The machines that are used now in making this confection is usually the same as those which were used when the first cotton candy machine has been invented less than hundred years back. Innovations have been introduced, but the technology used remains the same.
The cotton candy machine appears simple, but it is in fact a technology that applies the understanding of scientific principles associated with centrifugal force, the same way that some medical equipment and several other device applies the principle to achieve an intended outcome. In this sense, the machine could be thought to be an advancement in mathematics.
The sport of roller derby has gained a great popularity over the recent years, particularly among women. It is originally an American sport where, players lap the opponents for scoring their points. Originally, it didn’t have any fixed set of rules; however, after being a formalized sport it now has a lot of rules that must be followed. Being an adventure game, roller derby gear are quite useful for the protection of players.
Each player must be equipped with roller derby gear for their protection.
All these periods may range between 20 to 30 minutes depending on the number of periods in a game.
The amount of players in a team is five. Out of those five players, three are blockers, 1 jammer and the last player is pivot. The pivots are responsible for leading the pack constituted from the pivot and blockers.
The jammer players are required to stand 20 feet behind the pack in the start of the game.
The referee signals the start of jam by blowing a whistle. Upon this first whistle pack formation takes place which needs to stay as it is for the whole duration of the jam. The second whistle signals the jammers to get started.
Each jam last for 2 minute. This enables them to score points. So as to block the jammers in the opposite team, the pack should stay maintained, failing that, the pack cannot block the jammer from lapping. In the event of an offensive blocking, roller gear proves very handy to protect you.
The decision of who becomes the lead jammer is made on the basis of that has lapped all the blockers and pivots first. The lead jammer gains authority to stop the jam whenever he/she wishes even prior to the conclusion of the two minutes period.
However, the entire pack must be maintained throughout and every blocker can only use the portion of their body over the thigh. They can’t hit or hold the jammer with their elbows. Violation of this rule can lead to a penalty on the group. Once again, jammers will need to be wearing proper roller derby equipment to stay protected from unintended or planned attacks.
Penalties may be levied to the players or the team if the blockers become offensive or illegal, in cases of fights, or violation of any of the rules of the sport.
The majority of historians believe that chess is the oldest game of skill in existence. There are written records of chess being played all of the way back in the 6th century in what is now modern Afghanistan and India. This was the Persian Empire, and so the earliest chess boards and sets were Persian-made pieces used in the match they termed”chaturanga.” Unfortunately, no known pieces from the first few centuries of Persian chess sets remain in life. Maybe someday an archeological dig will be fortunate enough to discover a few bits, or maybe even a whole set, of this early version of chess.
The Persian Empire was enormous, and it was famous for being among the most prolific trading empires. There was no corner of the empire which these dealers didn’t reach, and they brought chess with them. The first version of chess quickly spread throughout the empire. These ancient chess pieces were made from many different substances throughout the Persian Empire, depending on the means of their owners.
More extravagant pieces were carved from hardwoods like ebony and rosewood. The very best early chess sets were carved from ivory, which was favored by craftsman for its ease of carving and ability to polish to a fine shine.
Luckily, examples of a number of these early ivory chessmen still survive today. Pieces were discovered in modern-day Uzbekistan, and they are in very good condition.
These bits were the old style chessmen that were found in the Persian Empire’s version of chess.
More contemporary, European chess sets that players are knowledgeable about today date from not too long after this. The first example of those European chess pieces were preserved in a monastery in Ager, Spain. These Ager pieces date from 1021. They are made from rock crystal which hasn’t survived the ravages of time quite well, and only a few of the pieces are in good enough condition to find out their use. The legend told by the monks who preserved the bits over the years is that the set was originally carved for Charlemagne.
The oldest chess pieces that can be combined together to form a full set date back to the 12th century. These pieces, known as the Lewis Pieces, contain 96 individual bits that came from four individual sets. They were created in Norway out of ivory formed from walrus tusk and whale teeth. They’re in phenomenal condition, and look as though they would be nice to use in a match now if they were not under glass at the British Museum.
European-style chess sets all had the same bits, but there were many different competing designs for specific pieces. This led to conflicts in games, when players would refuse to play each other due to the unrecognizable of particular pieces. A standard design for competition chess sets, known as the Staunton, was constructed in 1849 by Nathaniel Cook. It is still the style used in chess competitions across the world today.
In the last article of sailing newcomer, I went over some sailing conditions related to rigging and raising the mainsail. In this sailing beginner article we are going to discuss how to sail from day one, this being the first day. Hopefully, the wind is just at 5 or 6 knots, making it effortless to maintain control of the sailboat, particularly when this is your first time at the helm.
Sailing Tip:Also to keep things manageable, I would suggest using just the mainsail for now, it’s better to wait till you have gained a certain amount of experience using the sails individually initially.
You’ll have plenty of opportunity to use both at a later time. Assuming that the main is up, next you will need to turn the tiller towards your intended direction of travel until the sail finds the end. By the way, a tiller is the steering mechanism on smaller sailing boats. However take note, the tiller steers in the opposite direction you will want to go. If you turn the tiller to the vent or [left] side of the boat, it will direct to the right or the starboard side. So unlike a car, the tiller works just the opposite! On the other hand, a ship wheel works precisely the same as the steering wheel on a vehicle. So depending on how your sailboat is equipped with a tiller or a ships wheel will determine how you’ll steer with it.
Sailing Tip:I would suggest learning how to sail with the wind for a little while before tacking or sailing upwind.
Just bear in mind that sailing downwind is much faster and simpler than tacking! It is a good reminder to be aware of the time and allow a lot of time to return to your original destination. The boom block is a sailing term that’s a set of pulleys which are attached to the end of the boom and allows you to position the boom in a variety of angles up to 90 degrees perpendicular to the mast.
Running or reaching is the sailing term for traveling downwind and depending on the angle of the mainsail in connection with the end, determines if you’re running or reaching. If running, the job of the mainsail is approximately 90 degrees to the center line of the hull. However if you’re reaching, then the mainsail is at an angle less than 90 degrees in relation to the wind.
Depending upon your natural abilities, you may be happy reaching at first. By experimenting with angling the boom, you will gain the essential skills for running or reaching. But there a wide selection of boom angles between a beam reach and running downwind. The sails are eased away from the boat, but not as much as on a run or dead run (sailing directly downwind).
Next you’ll need to turn or come about. There are essentially two ways to accomplish this, by tacking or turning upwind is one way, or you can jibe or turn downwind that is quicker than a tack turn. The reason being is that in a jibe turn you’ve got the wind behind you pushing the sailboat through the turn, instead of a turning to the wind in a tack turn. I suggest you practice both ends the tack and jibe till you feel comfortable, as you will need this skill to tack or sail upwind.
Hopefully, this article about how to sail is going to be a basic building block in your lifelong endeavor of sailing.
Hot air ballooning has been around for well over 100 years, but it’s not always been available for everybody to enjoy. Nowadays, it is a popular activity and enjoyed by thousands of people all around the world. However, it has not always been so easy or popular to participate.
The First Ever Balloon Flight
The first ever-hot air balloon made was nothing like the hot air balloons used now. For starters, it was much smaller – not even enough room for a person to fit inside!
Instead of designed to transport passengers, they were more decorative and used during celebrations such as festivals and ceremonies. They were popular as they were simple and cheap to create, but were extremely pretty and delicate to observe. They were also used for military signalling way before telephones and tanks were invented!
Lots of people have always had a fascination with hot air balloons and the physics of creating a machine that flies with no engine. The first manned balloon flight was recorded to have taken flight around the 15th of October 1783. Etienne Montgolfier was the first human to man a balloon flight, ascending into the atmosphere above Paris. The balloon was tethered to the ground to prevent the balloon from flying too high, but he showed that these balloons can also be made for people.
The physics behind flying a balloon has not changed much since the first manned flight, however the style and design of the balloon have shifted radically.
Lanterns were used as military signals before satellites, radios and telephones were invented. These were made of similar materials and with the very same physics that power balloon flights now. Hot air balloons have been used in wartime since then; even with new technologies there has still been a need for them. This is because they’re relatively simple and cheap to build but can also be extremely effective. They have been used to protect towns from the enemy as they float just above buildings which makes it hard for aeroplanes to fly near.
How Balloons Are Used Today
Hot air balloons have different uses today. Before they were used as signs or parties. Whereas now they’re used for industrial balloon flights, sight seeing adventures and even as enormous advertisements.
There are thousands of ballooning companies across the world that offer balloon trips. There are a variety of packages people can select from including VIP, which usually includes some special champagne. Or commercial balloon flights, which are common and give 10 or fewer passengers the chance to see the skies!
Air balloon trips are so popular as they give folks a chance to see the skies in a different way. When they were first devised, balloon trips were just for the privileged, but nowadays balloon flights are used for a numerous of reasons, including adventure trips, a means of advertising and for corporate occasions.