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Use Spartan Race Father’s Day Promotion Code SPARTANDAD

The code SPARTANDAD will get 50% off gear, $69 races & 2 free digital books with any race purchase (Spartan Up! & Spartan Fit!)

Use Spartan Race Father’s Day promotion code SPARTANDAD and get 50% off gear, $69 races and 2 free digital books with any race purchase (Spartan Up! & Spartan Fit!) I advise racers and fellow Dad’s to first figure out your race type, consider the endurance events, enter your children in the kid races, and for sure study up on the course obstacles. Then go out into nature and crush a 2017 Spartan Sprint and Spartan Fit using the discount code. When that works as planned, consider doing a Spartan Super, Spartan Beast and Spartan Trifecta, a Spartan Honor, along with a Stadium Series and Mountain Series event...

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To be a Dad, Toyota Big Game Advert Honors NFL Fathers And Every Day Dads

To be a Dad, is a Big Game advertisement created by Toyota that delivers a poignant look into the world of being a caring father.

To be a Dad, is a Big Game advertisement created by Toyota that delivers a poignant look into the world of being a caring father.

To be a Dad, Toyota Big Game Advert Honors NFL Fathers And Every Day Dads

To be a Dad, is a Big Game advertisement created by Toyota that delivers a poignant look into the world of being a caring father. Professional football stars, retired NFL all-pro players and everyday Dads are interviewed about being a Daddy and share what their Dad’s meant to them. NFL stars DeMarcus Ware, Fred Jackson, Kurt Warner and LaVar Arrington, in addition to every day dads are honored as heroes by Toyota in this compelling advert published in time for the enormous Super Bowl 49 digital audience and the Sports Techie community blog readers to learn from and adore...

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On @USDA Ancestral Deschutes River Trail w/ Dad on a Novara MT bike in New Balance shoes. #blog

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My 71-year young Mom, Dad and I kayaked the Deschuttes river today! #Bend #coach

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The Best Fitness Apps That Eliminate Common Workout Excuses

The Sports Techie community blog is all about a sound mind, sound body.

The Sports Techie community blog is all about the notion of a sound mind, sound body. Over 60% of American adults don’t get the recommended amount of exercise and 25% of adults are inactive altogether, a recent government study reveals. Whether it’s a lack of time, motivation, or exercise equipment, there are many reasons why people don’t workout. Fortunately, fitness apps can eliminate common workout excuses, so you can start exercising regularly and live a fit and healthy lifestyle. If price is a deciding factor, look for free to use, complimentary trails and low cost solutions...

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College Football Hall of Fame Sensory Inclusion Free Month Visit

The College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta is an amazing sports museum and is offering free entry presented by Chick-fil-A and Coca-Cola for the month of August as they celebrate their birthday. I took advantage of the opportunity this past Sunday accompanied by my 6-year old son and his two-year old brother. Yes, the facility has amazing, immersive sports tech but they also have a Kulture City (KC) sensory certification, the first business in the city to do so making it a real win-win. I went to the official CFB Hall of Fame grand opening in 2014 as a blogger, and then returned with my boy at another date to learn more about the special needs, inclusion program because Kellan is on the autism spectrum...

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THESportsTechie Autobiography Memoir Coming In 2020

THE Sports Techie is me. I have been in the sports technology industry more than 25 years. In my birthday month of 2020, it will be 10-years since I launched the Sports Techie community blog, trusted resource and original online sports tech community in America. Visit https://sportstechie.net/.

Since then, I have made others believe I am a sports tech expert, social media influencer and respected entrepreneur though my passion for the business and highlighting topics that are important to me such as sustainability, animals, and robotics, as well as gaming and sport betting. This vision opened up a career path I never dreamed of when I was a kid growing up down the street from Microsoft in Redmond when it was a one-year old, startup software company...

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Emory University Child Study Center Engaging and Active Research Studies on Child Development

Emory Child Study Center Numbers, Math And Space Research

My son was invited to the Emory Child Study Center today. Kellan is on the autism spectrum and was diagnosed nearby at Marcus Autism Center. Emory wants to know how children’s minds develop as they learn and grow. His Mom and I responded with a resounding, yes. Introducing our child to the fascinating world of research felt like the right thing to do now that he is 6-years old and about to enter first grade here in Atlanta. Kellan was fortunate enough to have attended Coralwood Center School from K-3 through Kindergarten, it’s an inclusive, public school...

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FIFA Women’s World Cup VAR Room Media Briefing Review

PARIS, FRANCE – JUNE 12: A view inside the VAR at the main IBC on June 12, 2019 in Paris, France. (Photo by Marianna Massey – FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)

The FIFA TV media briefing today regarding refereeing and VAR was enlightening both as a fan of football and a sports tech expert. I especially enjoyed listening to Pierluigi Collina, Chairman of FIFA’s referee committee, he hails from Italy and speaks English with a very strong Italian accent. He was joined by Head of FIFA Referring Massimo Busacca, and Kari Seitz, FIFA Senior Refereeing Manager and head of the refereeing project for the Women’s World Cup in France. The sports tech event lasted about a hour and a half and was streamed worldwide...

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How to get more YouTube views for your sports videos

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Sport videos rank up there with cat videos when it comes to popularity. We love to watch our favorite teams and players doing well – or opponents embarrassing themselves. However, if you’re a budding sports channel making  your own videos or a team/individual building their brand online, or just someone making compilation videos, then you need to know how to make YouTube work for you. The Sports Techie community blog YouTube channel requests your subscription on our drive to 1,000 subscribers from the 114 currently subscribed at http://www.youtube.com/user/sportstechie. We have had 94,885 views and 655 subscribers in ten years, thank you all...

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