In a Pickle for Something To Do?
It’s summertime, and many thoughts turn to sports: baseball, basketball, tennis, ultimate Frisbee, and Disc Golf, to name a few. But have your thoughts ever turned to Pickleball?
Perhaps you’ve never heard of Pickleball, but it has been a fast-growing sport since its creation in 1965. Although it has a funny name, Pickleball is a world-wide phenomenon — there are over 2,000,000 Pickleball enthusiasts in the United States alone. It can be played through community groups, PE classes, retirement communities, senior centers, schools — anywhere there is enough space and some simple equipment. It’s a simple game for the whole family, so don’t you think it’s time to join in the fun?
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Plan Your Outdoor Workouts with Special Care
"The outdoors is calling you to step up your exercise routine. It promises to deliver sights, smells, and sounds to distract you so you might even forget you’re exercising," says John Graham, Senior Network Administrator of St. Luke’s Fitness and Sports Performance.
“The great outdoors offers health benefits that can’t be duplicated, beginning with every breath you take,” he says. “There’s no cleaner air than what’s outside. But that’s not all. When you’re exercising outdoors, you must use the bones and muscles of your own body to support you and to ambulate. There are no treadmills or machines to help you move.”
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Cruisin' in the Lehigh Valley — The Cars of Summer
Who can forget cruisin' the streets on those hot summer days? Probably not the police; they keep their files for a long time. Seriously, the United States is a car nation (no pun intended), and summer is the time for putting the top down, or turning on the air conditioning, setting the cruise control, pumping up Sirius XM, putting the cell phone away, getting out the GPS, setting the lane assist and collision warning system, and having a good time! Seems driving has changed a bit since those 25-cent- and 14-miles-per-gallon days. Check out these summer car gigs!
10 Tips on How To Take Dad Fishing
(BPT) - What are two things that dads all over America would love to do the most this coming summer? Spend time with their kids — and catch fish.
So, if you're looking for a unique way to celebrate your love for dear ol' Dad, how about inviting him to go fishing (instead of the other way around)?
June. It’s the sixth month of the Gregorian calendar. It’s the name of everyone’s favorite housewife, Mrs. Cleaver. The month of June was named after Juno, the queen of the Roman goddesses. It has romantic connotations, in that it is often used in love poems because it rhymes with moon, spoon, croon, tune, baboon, and countless other words, apparently not all of which are romantic! There are more weddings in June than any other month. “June” brings up 571,000,000 hits on Google.