The designers at Apple probably think they were pushing the boundaries when it came to their iPhone 6s. Admittedly, it’s the most distinct phone compared to the previous generations as the silver, grey, gold, and rose offer more choice than other models. But to the average user, this still isn’t much choice, especially when you take into account the 13 million people who own a 6s. Even if each colour variant sold in equal amounts that would mean 3.25 million people have the exact same phone as
Knowledge is a never-ending treadmill. When there's something we're curious about, we seek out the answers. Once we find them, we usually have more questions. We satisfy those needs, and then new blanks need to be filled.
Sports are very much that way for fans. There is an unquenchable thirst for knowledge among fans, and it only grows each year. Baseball needs more than just a batting average now. It needs slugging percentages, on-base percentages, and averages with runners in scoring position.
Most people turn up to the gym, or to 5-a-side football match, do a few stretches and then get stuck straight in to a serious workout. The problem with this approach is that your body isn’t prepared for the shock of cardiovascular exercise and certainly isn’t ready for any sudden or explosive movements from your muscles.
It’s called a warm up for a reason. One of the main aims of a warm up is to increase your body temperature, making your muscles and tendons more flexible and less likely
It is little wonder that American football is popular in America. Informally, football is played on makeshift gridirons by kids of all ages. Formally, the Pop-Warner league gets pre-high school kids on the field the moment they are big enough to fit into the pads. The kids love it, as do the fans.
Football is a high-scoring game with a variety of ways to put points on the board. Every play is filled with action, and has the potential for points as the result of a big play. Either side can