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Thursday, April 16, 2009

Recreational Athletes Blog Carnival - April 16, 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.

John presents Welcome to Sports Fan #4! posted at Sports Fan Four , saying, "The debut of a new sports blog from a former high school & college football player and current sports fan and recreational athlete!"

Gal Josefsberg presents Is Improvement Necessary? posted at 60 IN 3 , saying, "I have multiple hobbies, from running and weights to soccer and hiking. The one thing I keep struggling with is, should I try and improve? I have no desire to become a pro, I'm just having fun. So is improvement a goal worth striving for?"

James Cress presents Odds and Ends posted at Braves Bawl , saying, "Come check out Braves Bawl. The Braves Bawl is the site for great Braves news and the latest thoughts and opinions. I also have links for fantasy sports and other sports news as well. Take a look!!!"

Brian Gray presents Sports on Every Level: Final Four Possibilities posted at Sports on Every Level .

jim presents Boules Family of Sports: Pétanque and Boule Lyonnaise posted at Bocce Ball King .

Peter Jones presents Colorado Backcountry Days: Telemark Video on Classic Colorado Backcountry posted at Rocky Mountain Raider: Telemark Skiing, Bouldering, and Trail Running in Colorado .

Edmond Barre presents Beer Pong Equipment | Tennis and Tennis Equipment posted at Beer Pong Equipment , saying, "When many athletes are done with their exercise, they like a bit of group fun. Beer pong will test your athletic skills, especially after things get a bit jolly!"

Peter OBrien presents Golf Swing Help - The Address posted at Golf Swing Help , saying, "As we move through the address position section I want you to wrap your head around the idea that we are going to construct a building. The building is four to six feet tall and not very wide. Of course I am referring to the human body. The first place you would start is the foundation, so let"

Peter OBrien presents Golf Swing Help - The Down Swing posted at Golf Swing Help , saying, "As the right arm begins to unfold and the left hip moves one or two inches towards the target before it begins to turn out of the way, the downswing is in full swing mode. In other words the game is on. No holding back, no stopping and no bailing out. There is no turning back."

Peter OBrien presents Golf Swing Help - The First Move posted at Golf Swing Help , saying, "The Secret of the Golf Swing is the First Move DownNow you are ready to start the downswing. You have arrived safely at the top and now you need to return to the bottom in one piece. When you are ready to start the downswing, the very first move is for the right arm to begin to"

Peter OBrien presents Golf Swing Help - From Impact To Finish posted at Golf Swing Help , saying, "The one thing you have to keep in mind is from the top of the backswing to the finish is a non-stop fluid motion. When the golf club starts down there is no slowing down or stopping of the club head. Many things take place during the downswing and they all have to be in sync with one another to make for solid impact."

Peter OBrien presents Golf Swing Help - The Top of The Backswing posted at Golf Swing Help , saying, "As the golf club leaves the 9:00 position, it has to continue on the arc until you reach the top of the backswing. There are a number of moving parts that must be in place during this journey. First and foremost the right shoulder must continue to turn."

Peter OBrien presents Golf Swing Help - The Take Away posted at Golf Swing Help , saying, "The Take AwayStanding to the HandleAs you address the golf ball there are some critical parts of the setup that must be in place before you start the backswing."

FitJerk presents Powerful Plyometrics Training That Will Knock Your Socks Off! posted at FlawlessFitness , saying, "An effective Plyometrics routine will increase jump power, boost you aerobic performance and provide an excellent fat-burning workout"

Erika Collin presents 100 Best Twitter Feeds for College Sports Fanatics posted at Rated Colleges .

NAOMI presents OXFORD & CAMBRIDGE BOAT RACE posted at Diary From England .

Steve Faber presents Belly Fat Loser » Adjustable Dumbbells – A Breakthrough in Building Muscle and Losing Fat posted at Belly Fat Loser .

Tristan presents Bodybuilding Nutrition Guide For Beginners posted at Body And Fitness Blog , saying, "A beginners guide to nutrition for those looking to start weight training."

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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