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A beginner’s guide to choosing boxing gloves

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New to boxing or boxing for fitness? It’s hard to beat the boxing bag mitt. They’re super affordable and give you the support you need when you’re just staring out. These mitts are designed to be used with the boxing bags, just as their name suggests. Look for mitts that provide full wrist support, to […]

How to choose a squash racquet

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If you’re looking for a sport that can be played all year around, there’s nothing like squash. It can be played as singles or doubles, is a great way to burn off calories and any pent up aggression. Registrations to join squash clubs usually take place at the beginning of the year, or if you […]

How to set up your own at-home Spin class

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Driving beats and motivating instructors are two of the biggest reason Spin classes are so popular. So much so, that you often have to pay extra in addition to your gym membership and book a bike seat in advance. However, you can set up your own Spin class in the comfort of your own home. […]

How to choose ski googles

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If you are hitting the snowy slopes this ski season, don’t forget goggles. You might think a pair of sunnies will do the trick, but to ensure you protect your eyes, make sure you invest in a good pair of snow goggles. With so many different pairs to choose from, our how-to guide will help […]

Snowboarding for kids: How to keep warm

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The most important things your young beginner snowboarders need before they hit the slopes (even more important than instructions being yelled from Dad or lessons) is the right snowboarding gear. Newbies spend a lot of time face planting, kneeling and sitting in snow. If they are not wearing the correct clothing, it won’t belong before […]

How to choose a sports bra

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There’s nothing like being blessed in the bosom department and having to clutch ‘the girls’ to your chest in a compression-like grip to stop breast bounce while running or working out. Studies undertaken by one of the leading bra brand Berlei and the Australian Institute of Sport discovered  high-impact exercise can cause unsupported 16DD chests to bounce up to […]