4 Tips For Getting Ready For Your First Tandem Skydive

Posted on: 23 September 2016

If you have never been skydiving before, you may wonder what you have to do to prepare for your first jump. With tandem jumping, you can get in the air within an hour of your first lesson, meaning you do not need a lot of preparation. However, there are a few things that you should do before you show up for your appointment.  Dress for the Weather Skydiving can be completed at a variety of temperatures and it is important to dress appropriately for your dive. [Read More]

Three Tips For Preparing For Your First Inflatable Race

Posted on: 7 June 2016

Racing can be a lot of fun, but after a while, it can seem a bit monotonous. If you are an avid racer who is ready to try something new and exciting, consider competing in an inflatable race. An inflatable race is when you run a race that has large inflatables placed throughout the course. The inflatables are designed to be strong enough to hold the weight of grown adults and there are often different obstacles to overcome on each inflatable to keep the race fun and exciting. [Read More]

Thinking About Renting A Mountain Bike On Your Next Camping Trip? 3 Safety Tips To Help You Avoid Injuries

Posted on: 18 May 2016

If you're heading to the mountains for your next vacation, you may want to add mountain biking to your list of scheduled activities. Even if you don't own your own mountain bike, you can still enjoy the exhilaration of pedaling down a mountain path on a bike, especially if there is a bike rental company where you'll be vacationing.  Mountain biking isn't like your typical biking adventure you'll have on city streets or smooth paths. [Read More]

Four Reasons To Enroll Your Child In A Karate Class

Posted on: 12 August 2015

Whether your child is highly athletic or hasn't shown much interest in team sports, it's worth introducing him or her to karate. Even if your child doesn't have aspirations of ever competing at tournaments, learning this martial art can provide a number of benefits that extend well into adulthood. Don't hold back because you're concerned about the risk of injury -- any activity can lead to an injury and the disciplined structure and experienced karate teachers combine to teach children the right way to perform the martial art to avoid hurting themselves. [Read More]