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Water Ski Basics For Beginners

Water skiing has grown steadily in popularity in the United States since its founding on the shores of a Minnesota lake in the 1920s. In the modern day, it is both a luxury hobby and an extreme sport, and competitors and vacationers across the globe indulge their water whims by strapping on a pair of skis and hitting the lake. Learning how to water ski should not be difficult, but many beginners are intimidated by the seemingly difficult technical skill needed, as well as the possibility more...

3 Things to Know About Swimming for Fitness

From weight training to running, and everything in between, there are many ways out there to get in shape. And, they all have their pros and cons, based on each person’s physical condition. Swimming, though, is perfect no matter your fitness level. Here are three things to know about swimming as a fitness routine.

First, swimming gives your whole body a workout.  The lungs, heart and muscles all have to work as you glide through the water. And, based on your more...

10 Ways To Make Your GoPro Even More Amazing

Every GoPro owner wants to capture their skiing, snowboarding, or water sport heroics with a stellar video. But those epic moments don’t always get captured properly–and, let’s be honest–if the video is shaky or blurry, that awesome 360 might as well have been a wipeout.

Here are 10 ways that you can get the most out of your GoPro.

1. Try Mounting In Different Places

Before you start filming, test your GoPro to make sure the angles will be right. Try mounting your GoPro in different areas for different more...

The Top 5 Wakeboard Designers

Wakeboard designers have perfected their craft with the latest innovative and streamlined boards that make this water sport fun, thrilling and easy to learn. With the various designs created for beginners to masters, there is a choice for everyone who wants to participate and compete in the sport.

These Top 5 Wakeboard Designers have developed top-of-the line boards, and they are recognizable names that have the features wakeboard enthusiasts look for, whether novice or expert, plus there are designs for adults, youth and children. Here are five of the more well-known and dependable designers currently producing the best in wakeboard design. more...

Our Favorite Sunglasses for Summer 2016

As the summer sun shines right around the corner, nothing is more important than getting the right pair of sunglasses. Ski Pro sunglasses are among the highest quality found in Arizona.

Topping the list of necessities for the summer is the Vuarnet Men’s VL115 PX2000. With a heat-resistant frame and 100% UV protection, this pair of sunglasses is perfect for any outdoor sport or activity. The gold framing more...

What to Look for When Buying a Wetsuit

If you have ever lived in a home that lacked adequate insulation, you already know the discomfort of feeling too cold in winter and too warm in summer. Wetsuits work on the same basic principle. The right wetsuit may not keep you dry (a common misconception that donning a wetsuit and jumping in for a swim will quickly correct) but it will keep you warm and safe no matter what the water conditions may be.

Buying a wetsuit for the very first time comes with an obligatory learning curve attached. But you can consult these tips to easily select a wetsuit that will serve you well for many hours of water adventures.

Tip #1: Fit is key.
If a wetsuit does not fit you closely, it will permit more...

The Three Best Places to Hit the Water in Arizona

We have all heard stories about how extreme the summer heat can be in Arizona, as many have bragged about frying an egg off the sidewalk before the sun has even risen. Often, weather conditions of this nature forces us to ditch our work clothes for swimsuits or bikinis and head out to the water for some good fun.

Here are the three best places to hit the water in Arizona:

Lake Havasu

There is no more famous outdoor location in Arizona than Lake Havasu, as many come to challenge themselves out on the water. River rats and tourists expect to come away with a memorable experience that they can share with friends later on. Lake Havasu is one of the most-visited lakes in North more...


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