Ask anyone and they could name you a handful of elite quarterbacks past and present, but what they cant tell you is why. What makes a terrific quarterback? many people would say "oh he has a great arm" but if it were that simple Brady Quinn would be one of the best quarterbacks ever. Other people would say it's outstanding athleticism, or accuracy, or smarts but Michael Vick, Chad Pennington, and Andy Dalton respectively have one of these traits but they are not elite. Every quarterback in the NFL has a good arm, and can make all the throws, So what is it that makes Brady elite?...more
Scan the lists of drivers and riders in motorsports and you’ll see competitors from a diverse range of countries and backgrounds. Which is great – but with all that diversity one thing is seriously lacking - women....more
In addition to riding our bikes all over during the weekend, my friend that was visiting wanted to do some tourist activities. I didn't mind at all, because it's not like I do those often. It's fun to be a tourist in your home town sometimes. So we decided to go parasailing. I have never done that. I did feel like it was a bit pricey. I was happy that we were able to find a coupon to use. It was a small group of us that went out on the boat, my friend and I, a brother and sister, and a father and son....more
Hey Soccer Moms, listen up!
Are you listening? Hey, all you NT soccer moms out there, we (the special needs parents) are jealous! Yes, you read that right. We are jealous, annoyed, maybe even a bit pissed off! Why you ask? Well, have a seat, let me explain!
We are jealous because while you have to juggle your kids to different sporting events or juggle birthday parties, play dates, coffee dates, maybe even mani/pedi salon days, or dare I say it, DATE NIGHT with your significant others, we don't get to do this....more
If your child plays a contact sport (especially football) or does cheerleading, you should probably read this:http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/12/opinion/brain-disease-and-the-nfl-go-t...After several decades of hiding the seriousness of the risks of head injuries, the NFL is being sued ... by 4,000 of its former players....more