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Stopping in a kayak is one of the first strokes you should learn before you head to open water.  Here are the five basic types of kayaking strokes that you should know.
By Maeve Rich
Bike riding is a fun activity, and bike safety for kids needs to be addressed before any two-wheel pleasure cruise rides out of the garage. By introducing a few bike safety rules, parents can help protect their children from serious injury. 
By LuAnn Schindler
If you want to smoke your pitch past a batter, there's one type of pitch you need to master.
By NW Bartlett
The Midwest, dominated by the Missouri River, offers a wide variety of canoe and kayak travel experiences. The state parks in the region provide a number of hidden gems. Take a look at any one of these canoeing and kayaking sites, which are suitable for paddlers of every skill level.
By Reserve America
The hockey puck, which was named after a character from Shakespeare, is a rubber disc that's full of surprises.
By Tony Moschetto
Choosing the proper golf club heads can greatly affect how well you play, or how soon your clubs meet their demise in a water hazard. And when it comes to picking out heads, try keeping the following tips in your own.
By Jon Rineman
Beer pong, also known as "Beirut," is a drinking game that originated in the 1950s at Dartmouth College. Although the general rules are the same, nearly every aspect of the game can differ from place to place.
By Rebecca Frank
A nice, warm camp stoves will heat up your food and help you keep warm too. 
By Jon Rineman
Famous jazz dancers have shaped the development of the art form since its early days.
By LuAnn Schindler
Learn how to travel European cities and the pros and cons of various means of conveyance.
By Laura Evans
Learn how to Ollie early in your skateboarding career. It's a fundamental skill that you will need for a variety of tricks.
By Maeve Rich
What are the measurements of the Cornhole board? Would you believe that there is an association that determines them?
By LuAnn Schindler
The Rose-breasted grosbeak sings soft, melodic opera songs, making it easy to identify.
By Elece Hollis
The right high jump workouts will build more than your legs. The world's best high jumpers work on every part of their bodies. 
By Maeve Rich
Camping chairs will keep your hind quarters dry and comfortable on the trail.
By Gene Rodriguez, III
Surely, the power of the wind cannot be used to move across a prairie or desert. Or can it?
By Jackson Tremont
Windmill power is being used in New England. To most of us, the word windmill conjures up a quaint picture of Holland, with wooden-shoed Dutch people pumping water over dykes, surrounded by fields of tulips. It's picturesque, all right, but in reality, windmills have been a part of the New England scene right from the early days of colonization and in modern form to provide windmill power to surrounding communities.
By Michael O'Hearn
The basics of ice skating couldn't be simpler, but sometimes it's the easiest things that are the hardest to learn.  
By Maeve Rich
Learning how to play capture the flag takes seconds. Learning how to win capture the flag takes a lifetime.
Visit one of these great Texas attractions during your next visit to the state.
By Laura Evans
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