Ultimate frisbee adventures

Ultimate frisbee adventures

  • Four Signs You Need a Gravel Base Under Your Tennis Court

    If you are thinking about putting a tennis court in your yard, you will have to decide between placing the court material directly on the soil in your lawn or putting it on a bed of gravel. Wondering which option is best for you? Here's a few signs that you should opt for gravel. 1. You want to reduce the chance of weeds growing into your court. A fabric or cloth weed barrier over your soil and under your synthetic tennis court can help to prevent the growth of weeds.

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Ultimate frisbee adventures

It feels like a lot of people get way to serious about sports and forget that is supposed to be fun. That's why I was so stoked when I found my ultimate frisbee crew. We have a load of fun and we get some great exercise, but no one takes it too seriously or gets annoyed if you miss a catch. I love to be able to have fun and run around a grassy patch playing frisbee with my friends. This blog has tips on getting back into sport as an adult and some fun ways to find a new sports team.

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