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A lot of us love sports, but we don’t all have the athletic build or inclination to play some of them. Thankfully, there are sports out there that don’t require us to have the...
It's a great way to have a good time when you have so little money getting your buddies around for a games night where you are all huddled around the console with chips and...
Considering taking up a new sport? How about micro-fishing? Across the states, fishing enthusiasts are now getting hooked on a new trend that’s not all about catching the biggest fish. The term is thought to have been coined originally by Stillwater home inspector and part-time fishing enthusiast Aaron Bye who on a 2009 fishing trip got bored and decided to pursue fishing from a different angle. However, it’s thought that micro-fishing has long been practiced in Japan without a name given to it.
We’re not sure about you but, somewhere in the back of our minds, we prefer sitting on the couch, with our feet up, munching on a far-too-big bowl of cheesy nachos, with our family for the simple fact we won’t feel hard done by if the game turns out to be, well, boring. Something about investing all that time and money into an event that may not be as exciting as we hoped just doesn’t sit well with us. However, we can’t ignore how amazing the atmosphere at a live event is. Feeling the heat of the crowd, the heartache of missed chances, the red face of the coaches and the music that subtly feeds all of the emotion.
Unlike major hits like Game of Thrones, those smaller productions are unlikely to be rammed down your throat. That means you’ll have to make the additional effort to locate them for yourself. When you do discover a new favorite, though, the effort will seem worthwhile. Here are three amazing methods to help make it happen.
Did you know by pushing your body to the limit you can get the same euphoric high that you receive when you take a drug like an ecstasy? It’s true, scaring your brain into thinking you’re about to die. Or, putting yourself in apparent danger is a great way to get those endorphins flowing and kick up your levels of adrenaline. Once you’ve completed the activity, you’ll find that you have never felt more alive. But which extreme, awesome sport should you try.