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Danny Koker, known as “The Count”, from the television show, Counting Cars, has a passion and obsession for restoring and customizing cars: classic automobiles to vintage cars—motorcycles included. He and his crew have the talent, patience and love required to restore and modify them. They can transform out-of-date vehicles, often in desperate need of a facelift—because beauty is, after all, simply, in the eye-of-the-beholder. And one thing is for certain, together they have what it takes to get the job done, but always to “The Count’s” immaculate specifications.

Counting Cars is a reality... Read More

Getting fit is a big goal for many of us but what if you want to do it without spending hours in the gym?

With the cost of gym membership these days it is no surprise that a lot of people are looking for alternative ways of working out that don’t cost so much. The following are some of the most popular ideas for doing this.

Get a Home Gym

One of the simplest ways to get fit at home is to buy the sort of sports equipment UK gyms use. This means spending a bit of money at the start but after that the exercises are free. Instead of looking at highly expensive new gear you... Read More

However, not only have the adverts promoting an active, gym-going lifestyle started power-lifting for your attention, but it has shone an interesting light on age.

It was noted by several online platforms that, if Roger Federer wins one of the three remaining major tennis tournaments of 2014, he will be one of the ten oldest winners of a Grand Slam. Wimbledon is set to serve 23rd June, by which time, Federer will only be 32 – hardly a geriatric player.

If you want sports stars in their twilight years, look to John Whittemore for a little inspiration. Sadly now passed, John was... Read More

The media has done it again. And maybe their respective leagues have found a new media and marketing niche to latch onto. But when Jason Collins officially came out last summer, and Michael Sam just two weeks ago, the country began to seriously talk about openly gay athletes, and how groundbreaking it is for them to do what they're doing.

The word "courageous" comes up a lot when talking about those two. And, maybe understandably so depending on your opinion of gay athletes, let alone the timing of all of this coverage.

Yet, they aren't really breaking any new ground as far... Read More

How 'bout them apples? The city of Seattle is beside itself after the rare event that one of its teams not just won but dominated a world championship sporting contest. Admittedly, it felt so righteous to be on the dishing side of a monumental walloping. Most definitely I give homage to the true fans who live and breathe the ups and downs of the team and commit to it on a very deep level. I understand this commitment as seen through my grandpa and dad where the WSU Cougs are concerned. As the years tick by, a connection to a team can sometimes become so engrained that you wonder if you ever... Read More

In recent years many sports like baseball and football have received black marks from fans because of all the drug use. These players put a cloud of doubt over the entire organization and some fans simply get fed up and stop following their favorite teams. The recent rise in popularity of fantasy leagues has really brought back many of those fans who now find the games more exciting when they have a vested interest in them.

The first reason that fantasy sports websites are gaining in popularity is because it allows friends to compete in sports on a level playing field. Regardless of... Read More

Imagine being at the top of a mountain completely surrounded by beautiful, untouched dry champagne-like powder snow. The air is crisp and clean. The anticipation builds as you prepare to carve up the snow. To get here, you climbed onto a helicopter which carried you and maybe a couple of friends in comfort to this amazing destination. On this day, this mountain belongs to you. This is heli-skiing in BC.

There is nothing quite like BC heli-skiing. The Selkirk and Purcell mountains are considered the world capital and birthplace of heli-skiing. Since the 1960s, this area has been known... Read More

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