Category Archives: Sports
A sprinter, all-rounder or leisure cyclist, Hansgrohe USA is inviting its social following to engage in a new campaign that explores cycling and shower styles. Cleverly named “Shower Like A Pro,” the sweepstakes celebrates the brand’s international title sponsorship of the BORA-hansgrohe team. Running from March 27 – April 22, it serves as a fun countdown to the Tour de France style Amgen Tour of California race in May. Entry is completed through Hansgrohe USA’s Facebook page. Five winners will receive a stylish hansgrohe showerhead, and one grand prize recipient will win a special VIP trip to Stage One of the Amgen Tour of California, Sacramento, May 13-15.
Every year I am part of a large 50+ group who does a Mets tailgate bright and early in the MTA lot and this year will be no different with the exception of one thing. Thanks to a suggestion from 2 good friends, we will be doing a #ShaveTheStache Charity event at 12 noon. They will be shaving my mustache for St. Jude Children’s Hospital.
There are many contact sports such as boxing, judo and a wealth of Olympic games, but nothing gives people the adrenaline rush that MMA does. There are large communities all over the world that support everything MMA, making it one of the world’s fastest growing sports—and it’s easy to see why.
We’ve all probably had daydreams of a child of being some sort of high-flying kung-fu master. No, taking martial arts classes isn’t going to make that reality. It can give you some real applicable knowledge on how to defend yourself, for sure. But the reality is that martial arts have a lot more to offer your personal development and even your state of mind than you might image.
Sports are a genuinely wonderful thing. There’s nothing that can match the thrill and adrenaline rush of cheering on your favorite team or watching someone come inches away from victory only to have it snatched away. Sports are something that can be an incredibly personal experience but can also be at it’s best when shared with other people. There’s a real sense of community when it comes to sporting events as everyone comes together to share in something that you all truly love. The problem is that sports, and sports fans, in particular, have a bit of a reputation problem. A lot of the time the image that the world has of sports fans is of loud, rude, and sometimes even violent people who seem to want to spoil the whole experience for the rest of us. Sports should never be something that makes people feel unsafe or unwelcome so, with that in mind, here are some simple ways to be a better sports fan and how to encourage others to do the same.