Ever wonder what it would feel like to ride a dirt bike and suddenly see your motorcycle flying away from you toward the highway?
Well, now you get to see it for yourself.
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Thursday, March 21, 2013
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Monday, February 18, 2013
Okay, let's face it: if you're a guy and need to lose a little weight, the last thing you want to do is to let everyone know about it. "Hey, everybody, I'm fat!" is not on the minds of most guys. Which is why I think a lot of men never get around to losing the weight they need. We're to proud to admit we need the help and too stupid to figure out how to do it on our own.
Many weight loss programs seem to want to use public humiliation as one of the main motivators. Take Weight Watchers for instance: weekly meetings and weigh ins. What guy wants to do that? And then there's NurtiSystem which is using aging sports stars to convince us it's cool eat their expensive (try more than $400 a month!). But getting caught eating something from NutriSystem is pretty much announcing you're on a diet. Wrong!
That's why more and more men are turning to the Fat Loss 4 Idiots (aka, the Idiot Proof Diet). A simple program that that you can access online, in the privacy of your own home. It requires just a one time payment (not $400 a month) and gives you the tools you need to eat healthy and drop the pounds, as many as 9 lbs in only 11 days. It includes an online diet generator that prints out menus for you. And the best part: after 9 days on the diet, you get three days off to eat whatever you want! So you can pig out with the guys and they'll never know that it's helping you lose weight.
And, with the 45 day money back guarantee that comes with the Fat Loss 4 Idiots, you could lose up to 36 pounds and still ask for a refund . . . but why would you? It comes in two different packages that you can customize to fit your individual needs. Diet YOUR WAY, not the public humiliation way.
Sunday, February 17, 2013
People frequently ask, why do they use those little flies to go fly fishing? Why not use lures or live bait like other kinds of fishing?
Mainly, the type of fly and also the fly fishing rod are needed to catch a specific kind of fish in a unique aquatic environment. In other words: a fly fishing fly is the right tool for the right job. By design, fly fishermen use hand-tied flies that bear a remarkable resemble to natural insects and bugs, or other food organisms. The resemblance to those real food sources are what provoke the fish to strike. But it's not just the way that the fly looks that draws the fish to it.
At its basic, fly fishing is a method of angling that requires an artificial "fly" to catch fish. The fly is then attached to a fly rod, reel, and a specialized, weighted line. The next part of fly fishing is also unique: the way you cast. When casting the nearly weightless fly the technique is significantly different from other forms of fishing. The cast is almost a whipping action, with the bait, or fly, just touch the surface of the water, much like a real insect would alight.
The basic fly casting motion can be explained easily without getting into physics or using technical language. At it's core, it is a smooth and gradual acceleration of the rod to put a bend in it by pulling against the weight of the fishing line, which causes the rod to flex. This is also called “load”. At the final moment of each cast, your hand has accelerated greatly and then suddenly stopped, which allows the tip of the rod to snap back straight. This causes the line on the reel to unroll toward your intended target.
Most people are surprised to learn that fly fishing can be done in both fresh water or salt water. In North America fisherman typically distinguish freshwater fishing between cold-water species, such as trout, salmon, or steelhead, versus warm-water species, most notably bass. The actual techniques for fly fishing also differs depending on the habitat: lakes and ponds, small streams, large rivers, and of course, the open ocean.
So, different types of fly fishing flies are developed for each different specie, the location they are being sought, the local insect population and even the time of year. Each are hand tied and the best one can last many, many years and can provide a tremendous amount of enjoyment to the owner.