Gambling Isn’t the Only Thing to do in Las Vegas

Written by Monica Marty

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Eastern Sierra: The Eastern Sierra mountain range is a 3.5 hour drive from Las Vegas. It is worthrepparttar drive when you experiencerepparttar 148459 many peaks it has to offer. The highest peak is Mt. Whitney which stands at 14,494 feet. There are numerous trails to choose from that explorerepparttar 148460 peaks that make uprepparttar 148461 Eastern Sierra mountain range. The trails range from 1-20 miles long. There is no entrance fee. However, some ofrepparttar 148462 trails require permits while others do not. Also, be aware thatrepparttar 148463 Eastern Sierra mountain range is home to a bear population so take precautions when hiking and camping.

So turn in your poker chips and skiprepparttar 148464 slot machines when you head to Las Vegas. The area has many spectacular hiking trails to offer. Try hiking in fall, winter, or spring because Las Vegas has sweltering heat inrepparttar 148465 summer. Take inrepparttar 148466 fresh air and rocky scenery of Las Vegas area hiking trails. They are a little known secret waiting for you to discover them.

Monica Marty is a hiking fan and the webmaster of where you will find a directory and information on Hiking You may freely distribute this article, no need to obtain consent, as long as the author's bio paragraph (resource box) is included.

Play Better Golf Through Exercise

Written by Mike Pedersen

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How many times have you walked offrepparttar course in disgust? You know you can do better, but your body just won’t do what your brain wants it to do. I hear this allrepparttar 148370 time. In fact, I’ve received hundreds of emails saying just that.

My answer isrepparttar 148371 same every time!

To play better golf you’ve got to improve your range of motion specific to golf, as well as your strength for all phases ofrepparttar 148372 golf swing.

The most important aspect for improving distance is rotational strength and flexibility. The ability to rotate back to a full 90 degree shoulder turn; store up all that energy in your core; and then unleash it duringrepparttar 148373 downswing…crushing that ball.

Now that’s a fun game when that happens.

So focus on improving your range of motion and strength from a rotational standpoint. That doesn’t take a gym or fancy equipment. All it takes is simple equipment like dumbbells (hand weights), an exercise ball and exercise tubing.

With this equipment you can literally break downrepparttar 148374 swing into multiple phases and do golf exercises for each phase. You won’t find many of these exercises inrepparttar 148375 “so-called” golf fitness books inrepparttar 148376 store. All you’ll see isrepparttar 148377 golfer “sitting” in a machine in a gym.

That’s not fitness for golf; that’s “general fitness” Not altogether a bad thing, but won’t help your game at all.

I hope I’ve given you food for thought.

The ultimate goal is to “play better golf!”

About The Author: Mike Pedersen is one of the top golf fitness experts in the country, author of the Ultimate Golf Fitness Guide, and founder of several cutting-edge online golf fitness sites. Mike has just released his Ultimate Golf Fitness DVD's at his golf fitness training site - Perform Better Golf.

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