Comments Off on How to Choose a Sports Management Program

If you want to work in sports management, be prepared to put on your boxing gloves. Sports management is a very competitive industry with high barriers to entry. But with the right skills, the right personality, and the desire to play hard, half the battle is won.

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28 Jul, 2010  |  Written by  |  under Feature
Comments Off on Top 50 Twitter Feeds for Runners

It takes a certain type of person to become a “runner.” Dedication and determination are two key components of regularly running, taking up marathons and participating in local running groups. Running is a great way to maintain your health, relieve stress and get in touch with your well-being. These Twitter feeds will keep you motivated and offer running tips and tricks to make your run a smooth one.

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14 Jul, 2010  |  Written by  |  under Feature
Comments Off on The Top 35 Fencing Blogs

Fencing is one of the oldest sports in existence, being one of only four sports that have appeared in each one of the modern Olympic Games. Male and female fencers alike say they enjoy the sport for its intellectual aspects, for the strategy, for the adrenaline rush of the competition, and for the intense physical challenges. In different parts of America, you’ll find kids as young as 5 years old learning how to fence, you’ll find businessmen skipping lunch for fencing bouts, and young adults winning scholarships for their fencing skill. If you are an avid fencer or would like to learn more, we recommend these top 35 fencing blogs.

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11 Jul, 2010  |  Written by  |  under Feature
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Mixed martial arts, or MMA, is a brutal spectacle to watch. As the opponents do everything but throw the kitchen sink at each other, you may wonder what exactly is going on. Or you may really love it. There’s a reason why it’s one of the most rapidly growing sports in America. MMA is unpredictable and full of excitement at every turn. We’ve combed the Net to help you find the top 50 MMA bloggers, and here they are…

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29 Jun, 2010  |  Written by  |  under Feature
Comments Off on Top 50 NASCAR Bloggers & Blogs

Anyone who thinks that NASCAR fandom is the province of backwoods, redneck, banjo-loving hillbillies who like to crack open a Bud on Sunday and sit around in a wife-beater tank top, watching cars turn left, is living in some sort of weird imagined past. Because NASCAR fandom was never really that. But now, more than ever, being a NASCAR fan puts you in a diverse and passionate group of people who love a sport that gives them action every week and a personal connection with the drivers. It took a while to sift through them all, but we have chosen a list of top 50 NASCAR bloggers, trying to include several in each category. The envelope, please…

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28 Jun, 2010  |  Written by  |  under 2nd Format, Feature
Comments Off on 25 Reasons Your Kids Should Do Yoga

Yoga, the ancient Indian art of stretching, breathing, and meditation, has never been more popular. Since its beginnings over 5,000 years ago, millions of people around the world incorporate the practice of yoga in their daily lives. However, many people who practice yoga have never thought about sharing this activity with their children. Here, we have found 25 great reasons why you should encourage your kids to do yoga.

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21 Jun, 2010  |  Written by  |  under Feature
Comments Off on Top 40 Free iPad Apps for Sports Fans

Let’s face it. You probably blew all your extra spending money just buying a new iPad. So it’s likely that you don’t want to spend a lot of money on apps right now. Luckily for sports fans, there are some great free iPad apps out there that will be great to waste time with. I mean, great free iPad apps that will make your sports fandom much more efficient.

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20 Jun, 2010  |  Written by  |  under Feature
Comments Off on The Complete List of Must-Read Big Ten Football Blogs

We’ve poured over countless Big Ten sports blogs to bring you the best analytical content with plenty of team spirit thrown in. The Big Ten Conference consists of 11 schools, most of them being in the Midwest. The conference began in 1895, slowly picking up additional universities along the way. While many schools have been considered to be added to the Big Ten, the last addition was made in 1990 with the arrival of Penn State into the Big Ten family.

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Comments Off on Guide to Schools Offering Sports Management Degrees

The names used to describe sports management degrees often differ depending on the school offering the program. To help eliminate some confusion we have classified sports management degrees by degree level and included a few of the most common alternative degree names.

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Comments Off on Degrees in Sports Management > Search All Schools

Many careers are available to those who hold degrees in sports management. Some of the more common ones include coaches, officials, and related workers. Benefits of these jobs include getting to see the game you love up close and personal while doing what you love. If looking to become a coach, try working for a university, college, or other professional school. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average annual salary for these professionals is $39,550.

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