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PowerLine PPB32X Preacher Curl Bench
PowerLine Preacher Curl Bench. The best exercise for building thick, crowned biceps is without a doubt the bicep curl. This Preacher Curl Bench eliminates cheating and elbow stress while providing perfect isolation to hammer your biceps. Features adjustable seat and extra wide, stable design. Curl Bar, Weights and collars optional81% (9)
There's no question that the best exercise for building thick, crowned biceps is the bicep curl. Enter the PowerLine PPB32X preacher curl bench, which isolates the muscles effectively to eliminate cheating and minimize elbow stress. The bench is made of heavy-gauge steel, with an extra-wide, adjustable seat for comfort and cushioned arm pads to protect the elbow joints. The electrostatically applied powder-coated finish, meanwhile, helps the bench hold up to heavy use through the years. Also boasting a weight capacity of 300 pounds, the PPB32X measures 36 by 37 by 33 inches (W x H x D), weighs 42 pounds, and carries a 10-year warranty on the frame and a one-year warranty on all other parts.
200910230930 - BT - PAR - Tir à l'arc professionnel Archery (29) (1280x959)
Puisque le tir a l'arc est tres populaire chez tous les bhoutanais, du paysan au roi, il a ete declare le sport national en 1971, lorsque le Bhoutan est devenu un membre de l’organisation des Nations Unies .. Le Bhoutan est un pays bouddhiste, et l'un des preceptes central du bouddhisme est respect pour toute forme de vie. Ainsi, il semble quelque peu incongru que le jeu favori de la nation implique un instrument de chasse (ou une arme de guerre). Mais au Bhoutan, l'arc et la fleche ne peuvent etre utilises que pour jouer. En fait, pour les fleches, on peut utiliser que des plumes trouvees par terre; tuer un oiseau pour obtenir ses plumes serait considere comme mal. Chaque village possede son propre terrain de tir a l'arc, les rendant aussi communs que les centres de curling au Canada anglais. (C'est-a-dire, extremement frequent.). Bien que l'equipement moderne et high-tech devient plus commun, la plupart des concurrents utilisent des arcs en bambou traditionnels, sculptes a la main. Les equipes des villages concourent entre elles de maniere tapageuse en tournois elabores de plusieurs jours ou le spectacle est aussi important que toucher la cible. Les archers pouvez utiliser presque tous les moyens a leur disposition pour distraire ou demoraliser leurs adversaires, y compris danser devant la cible. Une grande partie du sport se passe derriere la scene, alors que les equipes conspirent pour distraire les opposants. C’est probablement ceci, plus que l’interaction entre les equipes, qui donne au tir a l'arc Bhoutanais une telle popularite Since archery is very popular among people ranging from an ordinary laymen to a king, it was declared the national sport in 1971 when Bhutan became a member of the United Nations Organizations.. Bhutan is a Buddhist nation, and one of the central precepts of Buddhism is a reverence for all life. So it seems somewhat incongruous that the nation’s favorite game involves a hunting instrument (or a weapon of war). But in Bhutan, the bow and arrow can only be used for play. In fact, when making arrows, one can use only feathers that were found on the ground; to kill a bird to obtain its feathers would be considered wrong. Each village has its own archery range, making them as common as curling rinks in English Canada. (That is to say, extremely common.) Although modern, high-tech equipment is making some headway, most competitors use traditional, hand-carved bamboo bows. Village teams compete against each other in rowdy, elaborate, multi-day tournaments that are as much about spectacle as they are about hitting a target. Archers can use almost any means at their disposal to distract or demoralize their opponents, including dancing in front of the targets. A major part of the sport goes on behind the scenes, as teams conspire to throw off their opponents’ game. It is this, rather than team interaction, that gives Bhutanese archery such popularity. 200910232010 National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic #4
VA Secretary Eric Shinseki assists William Fry, a 45-year-old Air Force Veteran from Beavercreek, Ohio, with his ski equipment as Fry prepares for a lesson in adaptive skiing at the National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic. The National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic, held March 28 – April 2, 2010 in Snowmass Village, Colorado, is the world leader in promoting rehabilitation by instructing Veterans with disabilities in adaptive Alpine and Nordic skiing, and introducing them to a number of other adaptive recreational activities and sports. For many newly injured Veterans, including many injured in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Clinic offers their first experience in winter sports and gives them the inspiration to take their rehabilitation to a higher level. Participants include Veterans with spinal cord injuries, amputations, traumatic brain injuries, neurological challenges, and visual impairments. VA photo by Robert Turtil.
Go for the Gold with Curling DS! For the first time, DS owners will be able to take part interactively in the sport of Curling. The DS stylus is a perfect tool to stimulate the sport. Use it to launch the stone down the ice. Sweep the ice back and forth to sway the stone into the correct direction. Play by yourself of competitively against friends over wireless. Learn the basic rules and tools using the integrated Curling encyclopedia. Go against the top women's curling teams in the world and prove you are the best!Related topics:
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