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Month: November 2016

Eric Dickerson

Eric Dickerson was the delivery man for Southern Methodist University’s famed “Pony Express” backfield in the early 1980s. The 6’3″, 220-pound back gained 4,450 yards in four years at SMU to eclipse the great Earl Campbell’s Southwest Conference career rushing record. A No. 1 draft pick of the Los Angeles Rams, Dickerson wasted little time establishing himself as one of…

Spasms of the Trapezius Muscle

The trapezius muscle is a large muscle located at the base of the neck, running down to the shoulder blades. A variety of conditions and actions can cause this muscle to spasm, some that require the attention of a doctor. Therefore, it is important to understand the causes and treatments of trapezius muscle spasms. Spasms of the trapezius muscle can…

Five Reasons Why Children Should Play Soccer

From local parks in Kansas to the sandy beaches of Brazil, soccer is played by millions of children across the globe. Participating in a soccer league offers a constructive way for kids to have fun and provides an opportunity for families to spend quality time together. Soccer also helps children develop in myriad ways that benefit their physical and emotional…

Rules and Regulations for Baseball

Baseball is one of the most popular sports in the world. Although there are a few variations in game rules due to age differences and other factors, the basic rules are largely the same no matter where a game is being played or who is playing it. Although there are many nuances to baseball’s regulations, several rules provide the basic…

The Muscles & Body Parts Needed to Kick a Football

Kicking a football — either a round soccer ball, oval American or rugby ball — uses a lot of muscles and joints. A successful kick requires good eye-foot coordination, balance, accuracy, skill and power. Kicking is predominately a lower-body activity but your whole body is involved in maintaining balance and stability. Kicking a football uses all of the bones and…

What is the world’s longest golf course?

Roller coaster enthusiasts lead pretty sweet lives. Just about every year or so, a park somewhere in the world sets a new record for things like fastest ride or tallest hill. When Nagashima Spa Land in Mie, Japan, built its Steel Dragon in 2000, the 306-foot (93.2-meter) drop set a world record. Three years later, Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio,…


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