Every golfer’s dream is a hole in one on the greens. Test your knowledge to see what facts you know. For instance, how likely are you to get that coveted hole in one? And if that seems out of reach what about an Eagle, Birdie, Bogie or more? Have you already achieved one of these. If not see how many more times you need to grab your clubs and hit the course before you’ll match these golf statistics. Do you know what the longest hole in one ever was? Would you be surprised to know someone actually made a back to back hole in one? Come check it out for yourself.
Here comes March Madness once again. Who do you think will be hailed as champion this year? Whether it’s your favorite team or not, it doesn’t matter. After all, it’s all about supporting our favorite teams and enjoying the games (or maybe the bracket challenge). Here are some interesting facts about March Madness.
While sports enthusiasts enjoy the NCAA tournament, some business owners consider it a time-waster. In a recent data, about $1.2 billion lost during the first week of tournament.
The number of people participating to NCAA March Madness Bracket Challenge increases each year.
Last 2015, about 70 million brackets filled out for the NCAA’s men’s college basketball tournament.
Warren Buffett once offered $1 billion to the person who completed a perfect bracket.
About 77.1 million number of workers spend an hour filling out brackets or watching games.
Super Bowl commercials have always been intriguing. We can’t help but wonder how companies pulled off those ideas. How long did they prepare it? How much did they pay for the actors? How much did it cost them? And the most intriguing question: was it worth the expense?
According to a Carnegie Mellon University Professor Michael D. Smith, Super Bowl is one of the last remaining ways to reach a mass audience. No doubt business titans would do everything to earn a commercial spot. CNN media reported an average of 111.9 million TV viewers during Super Bowl 50. And that doesn’t count the actual number of live audience.
Ad Age data reveals a total of $4.5 billion ($5.9 billion, adjusted for inflation) spent on Super Bowl commercials in its first 50 years. Yes, a lot of money! Check this infographic presented by Team Sports. It highlights Super Bowl’s super ad spending throughout the years.
Muscle building takes a lot of hard work, discipline, and sacrifice. That’s the truth. There’s no shortcut, no easy road. So if you really want it and you’re willing to pay the price, sooner or later you’ll reap the results. Just be consistent with your training. Endure and don’t give up easily. To help you, here are some muscle building tips:
Do compound exercises.
Improve your strength (but not drastically).
Thirty to sixty minutes after lifting weights, eat your biggest meal.
Don’t forget to balance your upper body.
Don’t train like advanced lifters. Focus on basic compound lifts.
Do squats and deadlifts.
Study and learn proper form.
Balance your upper body.
Don’t think that muscle building is rocket surgery.
Some men feel unconfident with their bodies. So they hit the gym, ask help from the experts, or enroll a muscle building program. While all these actions are helpful, we should realize that there’s more than meets the eye.
The truth is that muscle building requires an incredible amount of hard work, discipline, sacrifice, patience, and focus. To help you with your muscle building journey, here are some tips presented by No Max Shred.
Work your biggest muscles.
Lift every other day (not every day).
Drink some milk before bed.
Maximize your muscle building.
Consume carbs after workout to increase insulin levels.
Make one snack ice cream 2 hours after workout.
Eat every 3 hours.
Eat meat and eat more.
Drink shake packed with amino acids & carbs before working out.
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The new Sparx Skate Sharpener will allow you to sharpen your skates at home, the office, or even in the kitchen. Whether you are a hockey family, youth coach, high school coach, rec team, or anything in between you too can sharpen your own skates. There are many different grinding rings to use so you can rest assured that you will get the perfect edge. Takes only 10 minutes to setup and only a few minutes per sharpen. Start your own skate sharpening business or be the coolest person at the rink offering free sharpens.
When it comes to working out, it’s no surprise that investing in high-quality performance wear makes all the difference. For the most part: Many guys suffer from lack of movement, irritation, chaffing and embarrassing sweat patches from normal clothes worn in the gym. With a brand like Gymshark, however, these issues are effortlessly addressed with their superior and premium performance tops and bottoms to help elevate your performance. With men especially, the infographic produced by CheckMeowt below shows there are a variety of performance tops and bottoms to choose from depending on the workout you might be performing. You can also make some huge savings by making full use of Gymshark’s discount codes helping you to not only keep more of your hard earned money in your pocket, but making you look good too!
If you are a beginner, want to run your first marathon or just want to improve your running technique, your answer is here – and a heck of a lot more. No matter how good or bad you feel at any given moment, exercise will make you better. And it goes beyond just the „runner’s high” – that rush of feel-good hormones known as endocannabinoids. High-intensity exercise like running stimulates more „afterburn” than low-intensity exercise. You know that exercise burns calories while you are working out. Check out local running groups or websites and hit the road with other health-minded folks.
Did you know that honey is loaded with essential vitamins and nutrients? Even more surprising is that, it’s has been used as a kitchen staple since the early ages of Egyptian tombs. It seems that there is more to this golden liquid which we probably don’t know. Here’s an infographic presented by TestX Core. It features the health benefits of honey.
It helps alleviates allergies.
It can act as a cough suppressant.
Plus, it also helps better sleep.
And a great energy drink, too.
Don’t forget that it treats wounds and burns (and dandruff).
Last but not the least, it helps boost memory.
Honey, indeed, offers health benefits we probably never thought before. Ready to experience these benefits? Honey, here we come!