Phoenix, Las Vegas and Palm Springs start cooling off as we head into autumn. With travel prices (as well as temperatures) down from summer highs, the Southwest is a great place to head for some golfing fun.
I've played soccer all my life. I've had ups, I've had downs and I've had several injuries. The most regrettable injuries I've had are the times when I've been too rushed lazy to switch from my cleats to regular shoes. You see, what non-sports playing individuals might not realize is while cleats are absolutely wonderful at providing traction on grass and turf terrain, they're downright hazardous when it comes to concrete.
In my opinion, they're almost as dangerous as rollerblades on concrete--and easily just as socially unacceptable.
Baseball is one of America's favorite pastimes. Kids love to play catch with their dads. Not only is it fun way to spend the afternoon but also a great way for parents to bond with their children. Gadgets sports toys make a simple game like catch even more fun-tastic and are a great gift idea for the holidays.
The biggest bike race in the United States, the Amgen Tour of California, ended on Sunday. This got me to take another look at my tired, a bit rusted, but still functional bike. There really are great benefits to riding a bike; it's fun, it's free (once you have the bike) and it's great exercise. You can also get to the nearest grocery store or restaurant relatively quickly. The days are getting longer, it's time to take out some chain lube and start riding.
The latest news has it that quarterback Brett Favre is coming out of retirement once again to play another season for the Minnesota Vikings. This will be the fourth time the former Atlanta Falcon / Green Bay Packer / New York Jet / Minnesota Viking player has "un-retired."
Favre, however, isn't the first to reverse a decision to retire. Here are some other famous un-retirees:
Can you feel it? Madness is in the air. March Madness that is. The sound of sneakers squeaking up and down the courts of College campuses will soon be echoing through televisions, and if you're really retro, radios across the country. CBS Sports Mobile has decided to offer another, better option again this year in the form of an updated On Demand iPhone app.