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A Good Horse Racing Tip Is to Refine Your Handicapping, Like This
Wading through the pile of horse racing handicapping factors and the information available for each race is a monumental task. That being said, you really need to refine the information you use to form an opinion. It's not enough to see that the trainer has a 20% win average. You have to ask yourself, where did those wins come from? If the trainer has a 20% win average overall, but a 25% win average with horses entered in dirt sprints, it means little to you if the race you're handicapping is a turf route....
How to Handicap Using Pace and Post Position Factors
When figuring pace in a race the smart handicapper tries to imagine the scenario and pictures how the race will shape up. He may check pace figures and speed points as well as watching replays of races to determine where each runner will be at different calls of the race in order to determine which horse(s) will have something left in the tank, so to speak, coming down the stretch. It's common to look for match-ups where horses will pair off and try to run with one another through portions of the race. Based on running style and class a picture of the race develops....
Recurve Bows Vs Compound Bows: Which One Is the Best Choice for You?
When I was a little kid, medieval war movies were common Saturday afternoon television fare and thus, they served as my fist introduction to the world of archery and obtaining a bow and learning to shoot it soon became an obsession with me. Of course, at that time, it would be some twenty years yet before the compound bow was invented and thus, my first bow was a fiberglass recurve bow from Sears and Roebuck and I have owned several others in the intervening years....
Arnold Schwarzenegger Bodybuilding Workouts
In today's article, we are featuring a very popular man with a very colorful career: a well-respected politician, a critically-acclaimed actor and producer, a very much admired model and philanthropist, and yes, a former body-builder with numerous awards and prestigious titles connected with his name. He is none other than Mr. Arnold Schwarzenegger. But how was he able to achieve his very well toned body? We are also featuring some of Mr. Schwarzenegger's workout routines to help you out in achieving your goal....
The Key Qualities of Effective Coaching
Behind every successful athlete is a coach that helped shape and inspire them to reach greatness. As a coach, you have the powerful capability to change the lives of your aspiring athletes. Whether it's a little league team, at school, or national teams, coaches play a vital role that must be taken seriously. Here are ways you can bring out the most potential in your athletes while developing a fulfilling career....
Current Comment: Football Insanity Financial Anarchy
Many people have expressed shock and dismay over recent accusations of corruption at the governing body of world football, FIFA, but should one really be surprised if football's executives behave like bankers? It used to be said that money is the root of all evil but such sentiments seem to have become unfashionable in a world dominated by big business. Nevertheless, it is difficult to deny that vast pools of money have accumulated in global situations where corrupt insiders can operate beyond the control of most national governments. FIFA has become yet one more multinational corporation that needs effective regulation. The FBI must be congratulated for taking the lead and prompting other agencies to follow in what must be an international crusade to root-out corruption from the world's favourite sport....
Trampolines For Fun And Health
Jumping on a trampoline, or "rebounding," has been recognized as one of the most beneficial forms of exercise. A 1979 NASA study confirmed this, and those findings were published in the Journal of Applied Physiology in 1980. But what makes rebounding so effective, and what are the benefits?...
NFC South Off-Season Changes
Bill E Parsons
This article reviews the personnel changes for teams found in the NFL NFC South during the 2015 off-season. It summarizes player movement that occurred via retirement, free agency and the NFL draft and their impact on the expected performance of the team as a whole and the individual performances of fantasy football relevant players....
AFC South Off-Season Changes
Bill E Parsons
This article reviews the personnel changes for teams found in the NFL AFC South during the 2015 off-season. It summarizes player movement that occurred via retirement, free agency and the NFL draft and their impact on the expected performance of the team as a whole and the individual performances of fantasy football relevant players....
Enhancing Baseball Skills With Backyard Drills
J Russell Hart
When it comes to youth baseball, there is no better way than to get the kids together and have a good old-fashioned backyard drill. In the forum of the backyard, a coach can cover many topics such as holding the bat properly, the swing, and body movement. There is probably not a baseball-loving kid or adult who is not up for a good round of backyard baseball drills....
Equipment Needed to Play Youth Baseball: What Parents Can Expect to Spend Money On
J Russell Hart
Parents do not necessarily need to go all out when it comes to purchasing equipment for youth baseball. However, some of the equipment is an absolute must-have for youths just starting out. This equipment does not have to be extensive or costly, but some of it is necessary for the safety and wellbeing of the player. Chest Protector One of the most important pieces of protective gear is the chest protector. If a player is hit in the chest, the injury could be fatal. Having said that, it is a wise choice for parents to look into what is available as far as chest protectors for players. The cost will most certainly outweigh the danger....
Baseball Tips for Coaches
J Russell Hart
While it might stand to reason that the youths playing baseball are the ones who need tips when it comes to techniques and skills, the same holds true for coaches. Coaches need guidance and tips to keep them at their optimum level of performance as well. Keep Your Head in the Game...
Why Karate Punches Don't Measure Up
In this article the author looks at the traditional reverse punch. He examines how it compares to a traditional boxer's punch and what can be done to increase it's power....
Cincinnati's Struggles Reach Into the Minor Leagues As Well
In addition to the struggles of the Major League club, the Cincinnati Reds have serious issues at the minors as well. All but two of their farm teams have losing records, and most of their top prospects are posting sub-par numbers. Nestled in fourth place in the National League central, the Reds are currently eight games under....
Horse Racing: How To Grasp Why Racing's A Statistical Game
Jessie R Johnson
Racing's been around in the U.S.A. over a 100 years and every single day a race takes place. That's 100 years times an average of 8 races per day times an average of 100 tracks over that time span. The number of races reaches into the 10's of millions over that time period. This is still going on. This makes racing a STATISTICAL game. Because samples in the 10's of 1,000's of races can be taken of any aspects and elements which makes the most basic methods of statistics some of the most powerful of racing research tools. The game is made of two major statistically oriented divisions: handicapping and profitcapping....
Be Safe and Ready for Mountain Climbing Part I
Jenny Grace Molbog-Mendoza
When planning for a great outdoor adventure, mountain climbing or trekking can be among your options, right? When it comes to this kind of outdoor bonding activity, there are a lot of mountains which some professional climbers are frequently suggesting. So, if you want to experience real enjoyment and excitement, why not climb up to the summit of a particular majestic peak that is considered to be the highest in the country?...
Be Safe and Ready for Mountain Climbing Part II
Jenny Grace Molbog-Mendoza
In the said article, we particularly cited about climbing the highest peak in a country as among the most sought-after destinations when it comes to this kind of outdoor activity. For the second part of the article, we will discuss about six other tips which will help you be prepared even more for that awesome climb that you have been planning about....
Handicapping Big Races Such As the Belmont the Final Jewel in the Triple Crown
When handicapping run of the mill races such as claiming races and allowance races I often look for horses that aren't in the race to win. Looking at the races the horse has run a handicapper can often spot the horse that is in for training or exercise. Trainers regularly use races to condition their horses and to work on improving their racing ability by working on their bad habits....
Using Key Races and Trainer Angles to Handicap
Sometimes a race will seem so fast or demanding that the runners are considered to have put forth an effort that is above and beyond the usual for their class. When some of the horses from the key race run again they often win. If three horses come out of a race and win the next contest they are in that's a very good sign. Any other horse that raced competitively in that key race should be given special consideration....
The Youngest Driver In Formula 1 Divides Opinion
17-year old Formula 1 racing driver, Max Verstappen, has caused quite a stir since he came onto the F1 scene in March this year. Son of former Dutch F1 driver, Jos Verstappen, Max is the youngest ever driver in Formula 1. Incredibly, he hadn't passed his driving test when he joined the sport, so was allowed to race at 200 mph around a race track but not permitted to drive on public roads. He has since passed his test and due to a regulatory change, his record as the youngest driver to race in Formula 1 will stand, since the minimum age for a super licence (the type you need to be allowed to race on track) has been increased to 18 years old....
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