September 23, 2019
  • 12:50 pm ➫ Noël ☃️ (EN RETARD)
  • 12:50 pm 2 sets of triplets graduating from Niles McKinley High School
  • 10:51 am “Santa Monica Pier” | Santa Monica “Beach” |”FoodTaste test” [4K]@roadtripusa101!
  • 5:50 am Golf Tips for Practicing at Home : Golf Wiffle Balls Practice Tips
  • 4:50 am News24 – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer backs Paul Pogba’s new approach to penalties
Top 5 Nastiest Rivalries in Sports – EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains the Top 5 Nastiest Rivalries in All of Sports Everyone has witnessed some heated rivalries in their favourite sports. But there are some that are more than just mutual disdain. In some cases, these particular rivals go out of their way to hurt their opponents in one form or another. Here are the […]

How to Play Squash

How to Play Squash. Squash is a fast-paced game, so keep your eyes on the ball and follow these simple steps. You will need A squash racket A squash ball A squash court and an opponent. Step 1. Hold the racket with a tight grip. Hit the ball onto the front wall above the service […]

JAM – The Roller Derby Card Game – 1 : Explications des règles / Basic rules

Hello ! JAM is a roller derby card game for two players (or two teams of players). Each player/team is a “coach” who directs a team of nine players. The goal of the game is for your jammer to win the most points by doing laps around the track while avoiding being blocked by the […]

Racquetball Strategy : Racquetball Strategy: Ceiling Ball Returns

OKay. Court positioning when returning a ceiling ball. A lot of times, right after a good serve, your opponent’s going to hit a ceiling ball. Sometimes you can anticipate getting back far enough when you know they’re going to hit a ceiling. It’s great to look over your shoulder, see if they’re lining up to […]

AUSTRALIAN rules football – WikiVidi Documentary Australian rules football Australian rules football, officially known as Australian football, or simply called Aussie rules, football or footy, is a contact sport played between two teams of eighteen players on an oval-shaped field, often a modified cricket ground. Points are scored by kicking the oval-shaped ball between the goal posts or behind posts. […]

Racquetball Strategy : Racquetball Strategy: Doubles I-Formation

We’re talking about some court positioning when playing doubles. A lot of people play, I’d say most people play side to side. So we got the guy that’s on the right, playing over here forehand side. Then the guy on the left, hitting backhand, will be playing side to side. So both players playing side […]

Soccer: Direct Free Kick : What is a Direct Free Kick in Soccer?

Now we’re going to talk about direct free kicks. What makes a direct free kick is a foul, a pushing foul, or any kind of physical contact foul, or a handball. And basically what the referee is going to do: he’s going to blow the whistle, run over to the spot, put his arm straight […]

Basic Rules of Sabre Fencing : Governing Bodies in Sabre Fencing

I’m Sharol Pestotnik with Colorado Fencing Academy. I’m Nickolay Logatchov, coach of Colorado Fencing Academy. On behalf of Expert Village we’re here to discuss the rules for Sabre Fencing. The governing bodies involved in fencing, for the United States, would be the U.S.F.A.: United States Fencing Association. This organization organizes many national tournaments and regulations […]

Racquetball Strategy : Racquetball Strategy: Positioning After Z-Serves

We’re talking about your court positioning after you hit a Z-serve. Very, very common mistake that people make is they do the full spin after they hit the Z-serve, because it’s natural to make that movement. Everybody hears that we need to look back and check what our opponent’s doing, but you can’t just turn […]

Racquetball Strategy : Racquetball Strategy: Cutting Off Serves

Court positioning when cutting off a serve. Again, we’ve talked about standing a racquet’s length away, here prepared for the serve. They hit a lob serve, I want to be aggressive, I want to come up and cut off that ball. The court positioning is key because there’s a little line here, the dotted line, […]