If you’ve been skating for any amount of time, you’ve inevitably heard the stigma that comes with pushing mongo. It’s awkward, fake, and looks awful — ask any skater and they’ll respond with these answers. But there’s more to this bad habit than just style. Pushing mongo can hold you back from getting more speed and better control. Get the details on foot placement and why it matters when you’re skateboarding.
It’s the season of giving — and eating! If you’re struggling through this holiday season by trying to avoid eye contact with the salesperson selling samples in the mall, we’ve got something better up our sleeve. Don’t let this year’s hard work be thrown out with the temptations of the season. Use these simple strategies to stay on track this December and keep up your healthy eating habits through the holidays.
It only takes one dive to fall in love with scuba diving. But it often takes much longer for divers to get around to purchasing their own gear. It’s no secret that diving is an expensive hobby; investing in equipment is a hefty investment. But set the money aside and you’ll find that there are far more reasons to buy than there are to rent your gear. We cover the most important ones here.
Scuba diving allows us to enter the world of some of Earth’s most endangered species. While not currently categorized as endangered, sea turtles are at risk because of climate change and illegal harvesting. Needless to say, swimming alongside them is an experience that future generations may not have. Take advantage of the opportunity to see these stunning creatures by visiting one of the top locations for diving with sea turtles.
It’s no coincidence that New Year’s resolutions fall immediately following the holiday season. We celebrate and congregate and celebrate some more — each time indulging ourselves with food. But when the season ends and the new year begins, we work tirelessly to correct the effects of overindulgence, often times without success. This year, try these five simple steps to cut belly fat during the holidays.
As much as we’d love to keep skating through the season, there’s a lot more to it than just being cold. Aside from the fact that wet pavement will totally ruin your board and snow makes it impossible to skate at all, skating in the cold can wreak havoc on your bones, because the icy weather keeps them stiff, causing them to break easily. These strategies will help you keep your skills sharp despite the winter limits.