Sports, Decor, and Man Caves, Oh My!
Every family has that one diehard sports fan — that hardcore, dedicated aficionado that will trek miles in all kinds of weather to show support for their favorite team. Being a sports fanatic is not for the faint of heart, and requires perseverance, optimism, and hard work! With the holidays coming up (yes, it’s almost that time of year again), why not reward the man or woman in your life who loves sports with great sports gifts?
Giving sports memorabilia and gifts are excellent ways to bring the family together, boost team moral, and celebrate the sports and athletics your family love. After all, giving is better than receiving! Gifts such as basketball room signs, basketball wall decals and other basketball ro Continue Reading
Looking to Relax After a Workout? Try These Three Types of Spa Treatments to Benefit Your Fitness Routine
When you hear the word “spa,” what images come to mind? Many people might picture a luxury spa with plush white towels, a trickling stone fountain, and a gentle massage after a long, stressful day. Others may think of the various membership services and perks that come with joining a racquet and tennis club or other fitness center. If you thought of both of these images, you would be correct. In fact, many types of spa treatments are available at sport and health clubs, and they go hand-in-hand with a regular workout routine.
If you’re wondering how a spa treatment could actually aid your workout, che Continue Reading
5 Ways to Be Prepared for Your Alaskan Fishing Trip
Fishing trips in Alaska are a wonderful opportunity to explore the great outdoors and really get an understanding of just how big and wild the world is. If you’re headed to Alaska, you’ve probably already settled on heading to the Kenai River area.
About the Kenai River Area: This is the most popular sport fishing destination in the state of Alaska and offers a variety of fish species to fish for. Salmon fishing tours are a popular activity, yet along with the fish, the area is home to other wildlife; moose, bears, and birds.
In the spring, Beluga whales have even been spotted six miles upstream to feed on fish. Nearly 72% of early-run fish spawn in tributary streams, with pe Continue Reading