Month: December 2011

Learning to Water Ski – 5 things to set you on your way

While water skiing remains one of the most fun and exhilarating activities you can undertake, it is not especially easy to either learn or master. This only serves to make it even more rewarding when you do eventually master the art however, and there are several things that you can do to make the process more manageable. The following 5 tips will help you to remain focused and calm while learning how to water ski, and provide the foundation knowledge on which you can develop your skills and experience. Relax and Enjoy the Learning Process: Water skiing is an activity that demands a relaxed and mobile posture, so any tension you have will effect your ability and balance. More than this, it is designed to be a stress free and recreational past time, so anxiety while learning will simply ruin what should be an enjoyable learning process. So remain relaxed and carefree at all times, as otherwise you will not get the most from the experience.  Make the ‘Chair Position’ Your Default: Of all the positions you will learn while water skiing, the chair position remains the most crucial. This default position is not only easy to relax in and out of, but also the most suited to absorbing waves and currents, so you should always look to adopt this position during any moments of uncertainty. Embrace Falls and...

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Bruins Continue Tear Ripping the Maple Leafs Apart

The Toronto Maple Leafs were scheduled to play the Boston Bruins Saturday night, instead they got mugged, mauled and generally discarded aside by the defending Stanley Cup Champions. Again, for the fourth time in four attempts this season. They did actually make it on to the ice and indeed kept the game tight for a while despite looking like they were playing hot potato with the puck. They very rarely showed any patience on offence as the Bruins and their arena played the part of a very successful turnover factory. The Bruins were mean and fluid – generally a bad combination for opponents – and their pressure finally made the Leafs turtle about half way through the third period en route to a 4-2 victory, one that will look better on paper than it will feel for the Leafs and their nation. With ten minutes to go in the third period Toronto succumbed to skating a passive , non checking five on five mannequin-esk defensive zone waving of the white flag. Joe Coburne looked lost and overwhelmed on this particular shift, perhaps figuring he should follow everyone else’s lead and give up. James Reimer in his first game since October after being out with “concussion like symptoms”  looked good if not nervous at times.  He did his part and that was really the only silver lining for the Buds....

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