Bathtubbing

Who said taking a bath couldn’t be fun? Bathtub racing was first developed as a sport in Nanaimo, Canada in 1967, but has experience incredible growth and now has championships held globally. According to water-sports fanatic and instructor, Tony Bain of Wales, it’s an off-the-wall, fun sport AND wacky activity. Although you won’t find any

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Freerunning Or Free Falling?

Unlike the typical, idyllic run in the park, Freerunning is an activity involving body movement through various obstacles, typically through an urban environment. Freerunning originated from Parkour (art of motion) and focuses on freedom of movement that creates an artistic and graceful journey involving gymnastics. Parkour concentrates in efficiency of movement from A to B.

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Can Tribe Building Affect Company Culture?

Well Logan, King and Fisher-Wright seemed to think so. Their ten-year study of approximately 24,000 people in more than two-dozen companies led to this inspiring conclusion: “The success of a company leads to its tribes.” Can a tribe simply be established by several employees and a box of doughnuts? Not that simply. A tribe’s success

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