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Questions about the equipment used for a particular sport. This tag should always be combined with a tag for the specific sport in question.

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This article suggests that learning how to roll is important for seas kayakers. My subjective opinion is that this skill is essential - you must be able to either wet-exit your kayak or roll it if you …
answered Feb 22 '12 by JW8
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Concussions are becoming a major long-term health concern for participants in American football, particularly among youth and high school leagues, where equipment might not be as up to date as those … that a particular piece of equipment or fitting "works." Is there any list of equipment (and any associated fitting/practices) that is proven to help football players avoid concussions? …
asked Feb 14 '12 by JW8
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In high school, virtually all of the distance runners that I've observed used regular running shoes. However, elite level distance runners all seem to use track spikes. Have there been any studies th …
asked Feb 24 '12 by JW8
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This article lists several criteria to consider when choosing a first snowboard: Price of the board - get a cheap board or a higher quality board? Buying new or used could also be a factor Men or wo …
answered Feb 14 '12 by JW8
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There are two ways to approach this question: What the rules permit for your weight class What your training instructor recommend The World Muay Thai Council's rules state in section 3.3: 3.3. …
answered Oct 23 '17 by JW8
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According to the official rules (referenced here): Rule 2.04.06 The surface of the covering material on a side of the blade, or of a side of the blade if it is left uncovered, shall be ma …
answered Mar 9 '12 by JW8