Catchers in the Hall of Fame

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There are 18 catchers in the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. Each of these men played in different eras, for different teams, each leveraging different strengths on their path to baseball immortality. These legends contributed much to the game of baseball and they deserve to be remembered. This infographic aims to celebrate the 18 Hall of Fame catchers by displaying information about […] Read more »

Women’s Baseball History

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The Women’s Baseball League in America started amid World War II. More men were being drafted into the armed forces, and as a result, baseball fans were slowly losing interest. This provoked Philip Wrigley along with his assistant to start a baseball league played by women. Everybody loved women’s baseball. But what about its history? Do you know how it started? What urged the women […] Read more »

Sports and Leisure Gifts for Dad

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Your dad, just like anyone, is a human being who loves presents. Who cares if it’s cheap, DIY, or something he doesn’t think he needs, the fact that you gave him something is enough to melt his heart. And if he’s into sports, there’s a wide array of gifts you can give him. Here’s just a few to help you decide. Read more »

Most Common Sports Injuries

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Soccer, basketball, tennis, football, golf, and baseball are some of the most popular sports in the world, enjoyed by both amateur players and professional athletes. However, each of these sports come with their own set of risks and potential injuries. In this infographic, we detail the most common injuries for each sport, along with some handy injury prevention tips. Although it’s impossible to fully protect […] Read more »

10 Types of Martial Arts

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Martial arts come in many different types. They also originated in many different countries, particularly Japan, Korea, Brazil, America, and countries in Europe. The purpose of martial arts is primarily for self-defense, sport, or exercise. Some of the most famous types of martial arts include Kickboxing, Judo, Karate, Aikido, Taekwondo, Muay Thai, Traditional boxing, Krav Maga, Brazilian Jui-Jitsu, and Wrestling. If you want to learn […] Read more »

10 Tips For Buying School Sports Equipment

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The athletic department of any school is usually in charge of ordering the sports equipment. The coaches together with the administration make the budget while at the same time keeping an inventory of all equipment. But before buying any equipment, there are things to consider first. When buying school sports equipment, it’s important that you choose equipment made of high quality materials. Also, consider the […] Read more »

The Effects of Alcohol on Muscle Building

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Does drinking alcohol affect the building of muscles? A research study has been done that shows that alcohol prevents muscle growth and your overall post-exercise recovery. It’s interesting to think about, but muscle building while drinking alcohol can have harmful effects that make it impossible to achieve for a number of reasons. Read on to find out what they are. Read more »

Top Muscle Building Foods

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If you want to build muscle, don’t just go to the gym every day and lift weights. Consider your diet. Did you know that there are foods that can help you build muscle? This infographic from NO Max Shred is full of great food choices for building muscle. Read more »

8 Ways to Keep Your Bike Safe While Touring

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Bike touring can be one of the most exhilarating experiences. The freedom and adventure is enough to get the whole family excited and exercising at the same time. However, if there is one sure way to turn that trip of a lifetime into something you’ll remember for the wrong reasons, it’s getting your bicycle stolen. Obviously, without a bike the adventure is over. Don’t panic! […] Read more »

The Super Bowl’s Super Ad Spending

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Super Bowl 50’s 30-second commercial had an average cost of $4.8 million. That’s about $160,000 per second, which is 120 times the average cost for a second in Super Bowl I. Mind-blowing, isn’t it? Imagine the years from 1967 (Super Bowl I) through 2017 (Super Bowl LI). How many dollars you think businesses spent for commercials? Any idea? In data confirmed by Ad Age, a […] Read more »