Using Picks and Magnets for River Metal Detecting

Metal detecting can be a really cool way to spend your time. If you’re like me you love researching and then locating old Civil War sites and then asking land owners if you can hunt the area for what may lay beneath the ground. One really fun thing to do is to metal detect in water! If you use a…

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The Perfect Crossbow for Beginners

Crossbows have been around for well over 1,000 years and began in ancient China and quickly expanded westward into Europe. The crossbow changed the face of the world as it helps armies who possessed it overpower their enemies with this advanced weapon. While a crossbow is no longer considered an “advanced weapon” it sure is a damn good weapon and…

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How to Start Blacksmithing: The First Steps

Blacksmithing is something I have written about extensively and is a craft I’ve been fascinated with for years. You may have seen my video which is used worldwide as an informational to help people get started. You can see the video in this article titled: Blacksmithing, Everything You Need to Know to Begin Working Metal. This article is going to…

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Registered Dietitian Internship: Clinical & Medical Case Study

To become a Registered Dietitian a person must first earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Dietetics (if you have a Ph.D. and a number of college nutrition courses, there is one exception called ISPP) from an accredited university. Next they will work to secure an Accredited Registered Dietitian Internship which is typically at least 1,200 hours and will be broken-up over…

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The Perfect Stocking Stuffers for Men

Men are usually pretty hard to buy for. I’m hard to buy for! It has to be a real pain in the neck for the people in our lives to buy for us so I was literally brushing my teeth this morning when I saw a product I came across not all that long ago and thought, “this is an…

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Travel the Li River to Yang Shuo

China is an unbelievably vast, modern, wild and wondrous place. One of the places I like most is a very accessible, and interesting area that is often overlooked for the brighter, flashier China that you see on blogs and on TV. It’s true that the flight into the area is not into a major city, but it’s central to much…

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The Best Personal Training Sales Books of 2019

Personal training is a sales business first. Everything else comes after the sale. In fact, the majority of business models mandate that a sale be made before a certified personal trainer can even have a client. This means that regardless of what certification a person has, until they’ve created a sale, they’re not even a personal trainer – because they’re…

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How to Pass the RD Exam on the First Try

Attaining the Registered Dietitian (RD) credential is a big deal for those of us who work in the health and nutrition industry. It is the standard of a truly evidence-based, scientific nutrition education. The credential has changed a bit over the years so now you see it written in a couple of different ways but typically you’ll see it noted…

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Preppers Stop Being Stupid and Read This

Full disclosue: I’m not a prepper. It’s just not something I’m into. But I’ve been researching prepping and communicating with rather prolific preppers for a number of years now so I have the concept down pretty well. That being said, preppers, you all have to get your shit together and stop being so stupid. Here’s why. This notion that some…

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These are the Top Fitness Trends of 2018

2018 is going to be a transformative year for the fitness industry. With every year that passes the chasm that once separated mainstream fitness products and services from the allied health, holistic lifestyle, sport and athletic training, physical therapy and health and fitness technology communities becomes smaller and smaller as they merge to form a synergistic unit with the mainstream…

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