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Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Recreational Athletes Blog Carnival - March 24, 2009

Who's In First is proud to be a part to be hosting a Blog Carnival for recreational athletes. Every other Thursday you will find link to some of the best blog postings by and for recreational athletes.
If you want to be a part of the next carnival, please make sure to submit your blog posting in the recreational athletes category over at Blog Carnival . If approved, you will see it here in two Thursdays. All submissions must be made by Noon on Monday of that week for inclusion into that week's carnival. If you submit after the deadline, your posting will be eligible for the following carnival. So keep those submissions coming to get publicity for your blog.

Erika Collin presents 50 Awesome iPhone Apps for Runners posted at RN Central.

Kakie presents Until it Hurts, America’s Obsession with Youth Sports and How It Harms Our Kids posted at Bur Bur & Friends: Community Park, saying, "An interview with Mark Hyman, sports journalist and author of the book being released in April called “Until it hurts, America’s Obsession with Youth Sports and how it Harms our Kids.” In this book he examines the power of youth sports in our culture today and how it has reached a problematic state. We discuss his inspiration for the book and some important things he has learned along the way."

Peter OBrien presents Golf Swing Help - The Grip posted at Golf Swing Help, saying, "When you pick up a golf club your hands are the only part of your body that touch the club. For many years the hands (grip) have often been referred to as the steering wheel of the golf swing. I don"

Sigrid Landau presents Try Maltese Scuba Diving For Interesting Landscapes Amongst Other Benefits posted at A1 How To, saying, "Have you ever considered going scuba diving in Malta? Loads of people have and I’m sure more people will try it. Here’s what you might discover."

Tristan presents How Much Creatine Should I Take posted at Body And Fitness Blog, saying, "A guide to creatine monohydrate supplementation for body builders. This explains how much someone should load with, for how long and how much to continue taking for maintenance."

Peter OBrien presents Basketball Workouts: Free Throw Shooting posted at Basketball Workouts, saying, "Free throw shooting is a very important part of playing winning basketball. If you disagree then look at all the close games that are lost and then look at the losing teams free throw percentage. If they could have have only made 2 or 3 more free throws then they could have won. You hear the phrase "You have to learn how to win." Well one part of learning how to win is making your free throws. So lets talk about basketball shooting drills to improve your free throw shooting."

Steve Patterson presents Several NFL QBs are in the frying pan. posted at FryingPan Sports.

Steve Patterson presents Ohio State Basketball, Ugly Wins Count posted at BrutusReport.

run4change presents Endurance athlete fueling, hydration, and electolyte « My angle on weight loss posted at My Angle, saying, "Be the best athlete you can be with proper fueling and hydration during your long running events."

John Kezer presents First Fantasy - Ford F-150? Hell Yea! posted at First Fantasy Online.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of Recreational Athletes using our carnival submission form . Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page .

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