Sports Without The Injuries

The Go-To Buying Guide For Revolvers

When it comes to firearms, the revolver is one of the most sought after weapons. Featuring a compact design, revolvers are easy to carry and fairly simple to use. If you're in the market for such a powerful weapon, look through this buying guide.  Function/Purpose  You can easily narrow down the design choices for a revolver by thinking about how the gun will be used. For example, is it for personal protection or for leisurely fun at a shooting range? Read More 

4 Checks To Make Sure Your Bike Is Set Up Right For You

Riding your bike should be a workout. However, your entire body should not ache every time you get off your bike. If you are achy all over after you get off your bike, then your bike does not fit you right. You need a bike that fits your body or you need to make adjustments to your existing bike so that it fits your body better. If your bike is just off by a little bit, you'll be uncomfortable when you ride. Read More 

Tips For Repairing An Old Bicycle

If you've recently acquired an old bicycle and you'd like to repair it and make it like new again, there are some things you can do. Aside from the aesthetics of repainting it and cleaning it up, you'll want to tackle some of the basic mechanical repairs. Here are some of the things you should consider as you work to get it road worthy again. Check The Condition Of The Wheels Read More 

3 Common Types Of Rifles And Advantages Of Each

For hunters and gun enthusiasts a good rifle is a must-have. However, if you do not yet have your own rifle, you may want to do your research first. Despite the fact that all rifles cycle through the same steps, it doesn't mean they all have the same features. Here are three common types of rifles and advantages of each. Bolt Action Rifles Most gun enthusiasts would agree that every gun safe needs at least one bolt action rifle. Read More 

Does Your Loved One Suffer From Alzheimer’s? How To Use Sensory Stimulation To Elicit Responses

If your loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's, and you're having a difficult time getting through to them, you might want to try sensory stimulation. Sensory stimulation works by stimulating the senses into initiating a response. The responses can be either verbal or non-verbal. Here are five simple steps you can take to introduce sensory stimulation to your loved one. Introduce Unfamiliar Sensory Items If your loved one is surrounded by items that are completely familiar, try introducing a few unfamiliar sensory items. Read More