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For many reasons, it had been several years since I competed in a powerlifting competition,. I had nagging injuries, work was very busy, ..read more
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Now that it is already August, the new school year is right around the corner! I had an excellent summer; the highlight being spending a ..read more
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In honor of Father’s Day (and this being my first one), we are having a 50% sale on everything in the website store starting this Sunday ..read more
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KabaddiIt is believed that the sport of Kabaddi can be traced back to prehistoric India around 4,000 years ago. There is evidence that the ..read more
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Years back, I had an idea on how to combine exercise with math fact practice. I remember as a young student thinking how stale it was using ..read more
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Sepak TakrawA favorite sport of southwest Asia (especially Thailand and Malaysia), Sepak Takraw is also known as “kick volleyball.” In ..read more
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For a good portion of this school year, the students were not taking care of the recess materials the way I wished they would. When I was ..read more
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Kho KhoKho Kho is a tag-based game with its origin tracing back to ancient India. The specific origins of the game are difficult to ..read more
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Woggabaliri Woggabaliri is an indigenous Australian game very similar to the popular game hacky sack. It is a cooperative foot volley style ..read more
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ShinnyNative Americans played a form of hockey called Shinny. This European name for the Native American game was derived from the Scottish ..read more

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