Custom Lacrosse Sports Gift Ideas That Are Sure to Score

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Did you know that lacrosse is considered to be one of the fastest growing sports in America? Last year, there were 1.6 million people who played lacrosse, that’s a 37.7% jump. Over the course of the last decade, lacrosse participation has increased by a whopping 218.1. Needless to say, lacrosse is in.

Although the majority of people wouldn’t consider this past winter “fun” by any means, time did fly. It’s hard to believe the lacrosse season is now upon us, and there’s no better way to get the lacrosse athletes in your life game day ready than to give lacrosse gifts. Go team!

Custom gifts not only make for great sports gifts, but they’re an excellent way to boost team spirit, pride and confidence. In addition, due to their cust

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Four Things You Need to Know About King Salmon First

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If you call yourself a fisher, then you’re going to want to go king salmon fishing in Alaska before you die. The majestic landscape, the rigorous challenge, and the massive prize are a dream come true.

Before you decide to take this challenge, there are a few things you should know about king salmon fishing.


Before you go king salmon fishing, you’re going to need to get the right tackle. Because of their massive size, you need to use medium to heavy salmon rods, sturdy spinning reels, and 30-pound monofilament lines to land these fish in Alaska need.


Both bait and lures work well when king salmon

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Runners Beer Mugs The 411 on Personalized Gifts For Runners

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Chances are, you know at least one person in your life — a coworker, a friend, a relative, a partner, etc. — who likes to run. In fact, the chances are pretty high. Nearly 57 million Americans run or jog at least once a year. Moreover, more than 2,000 half-marathons and 15,000 5K events are held every year. Amazingly, more than half a million Americans participate in a full marathon annually as well! Americans love their sports, and running is no exception.

Besides being a sport, running is also a fantastic aerobic exercise. The U.S. Department of Health recommends adults to get 150 minutes of aerobic exercise a week, or approximately 21 minutes a day. As an aerobic exercise, running has been shown to reduce blood pressure and reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, among many other benefits. The old sa

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