Tip & How-To about Clothing Accessories
When you're waterskiing, it's imperative that your line of vision is clear. After all, the other skiers, boaters and swimmers count on it. However, between the sun shining and the wind blowing in your face, you don't always see as well as you should. So it's no wonder that more and more waterskiers are investing in water sports sunglasses.
A great pair of water sports sunglasses, like Maui Jim sunglasses, will offer great protection against the sun's harmful UV rays, and yet still be versatile enough to perform all of your favorite water activities. Also, with rubber nose grips and saltwater effectiveness, you'll be looking sharp while watching your friends and family ski - and seeing sharply when it's (finally!) your turn to ski.
So before you head out to the boat, make sure you grab your pair of Maui Jim sunglasses. You'll not only be protecting your eyes, but you'll help be helping to protect everyone else in the water too.
Posted by tom sh on
Swimmers ear is an infection of the outer ear
that can cause swelling and pain. It's caused by water get stuck in the ear and
even though swimming isn't the only cause of that, it's the most common one.
If you think you have swimmer's ear you should see a doctor as you may need drops to clear it up. A good tip is to shake your ears out after swimming and showers.
Feb 20, 2013 | Health & Beauty
water-skiing is a more difficult sport for the reason that the water-skier
rides on the water itself, while a sit-down hydrofoil rider rides underneath
the water, which decreases the friction level substantially.
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