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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 choose Heelys

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Why walk when you can skate? The Heelys are a hot commodity. All the kids seem to want them, so if you need help with what they are and how to choose the best ones for your children, you’ve come to the right place. Essentially Heelys are a roller shoe with a removable wheel giving […]

How to choose a set of darts

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Choosing a set of darts when you’re a beginner is usually based upon how cool the flights are (They’re the colourful things on the back displaying the Australian flag, skulls or spiders). It won’t be until you’ve been playing darts for around 6 to 12 months or more, that you start to get a sense of […]

The buyers’ guide: Selecting a cricket ball

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If you thought all cricket balls are created equal – you’d be wrong. There are a myriad of different cricket balls in production. To the untrained eye and novice, trying to tell the difference between cricket balls can easily have you stumped. When choosing a cricket ball to best suit your needs you need to […]

How to choose the perfect cricket bat

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If you were to find the perfect cricket bat, it would be one with a substantial profile, while still being light. Heftier bats with massive profiles may provide powerful drive, but there is significant debate as to whether the heavier bats inhibit the amount of directional stroke and pick up. For the best performance from […]

Essential gear for new cyclist

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Congratulations on your decision to take up cycling. It’s an awesome way to experience the great outdoors, shape up and improve your fitness levels. Cycling can be a costly pursuit to take up initially, but once you have all the essential gear, then it costs you nothing – aside from the occasional repair or bicycle […]

Buyers Guide: How to choose an activity tracker

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Wearable sports gadgets to revolutionise your fitness regime Wearable technology is now all the rage and changing the way we workout. Gone are the days of the humble pedometer. Now you can track more than just your steps, you can monitor all your daily activity, calories burnt, distances covered, heart rate, and pulse…even your sleep […]