Rainbow fish –  Want some color? Rainbow fish are small and brightly colored making the perfect addition to your tank. They love to swim fast and dart in and out of things. These fish move in schools. Having one or two rainbow fish can lead to aggressiveness among them. Keep several so that there is a balance. Some popular types are: Celebes rainbow, checkered rainbow and Boesemani rainbow. Tetras –  These fish are brightly colored and thrive in open spaces. They also like to hide in vegetation or driftwood. To highlight their colors, keep surrounding light and substrate material darker. They are great for community tanks and move in schools. What fish are you considering for your tank? Start with these varieties to see which ones you like.

  Each year, many Americans make New Year’s resolutions. Some of the most common goals set include getting out of debt and losing weight, but you may want to take a different approach. Would you like your New Year’s resolution to focus on driving? If so, here are a few goals you can set for yourself: To drive less.  Towards the close of 2008, gas prices started to decline. For most Americans, there is no more having to worry about $4 gas. The decrease in gas prices is causing many to return to their cars and their previous driving habits, but continued low gas prices aren’t guaranteed. The best way to ensure you save money on gasoline is to drive less and make it a habit. In addition to less money spent on gasoline, driving less also reduces vehicle wear and tear. When it comes to driving less, many Americans automatically think it isn’t possible.  In most cases, it is. If you are unable to carpool or take public transportation to and from work, examine your other activities. Do you ma

  Warm ups:With such little time available to train youth soccer players, EVERY minute of your practice should involve some form of SOCCER training. Being prepared really helps with proper warm ups. The warm up section of your practice should include not only ball touches, but player movement as well. Have a series of drill stations set up that keep all players moving and not waiting in line. Focus on dribbling, moves and passing. Instead of your players standing in a circle passing the ball, make them move.  Have them touch the ball to the middle of the circle, pass and replace the player they just passed to. Then instead of just one ball, add two or three balls so that it becomes andldquo;mayhemandrdquo; in the circle. Eyes will be watching every direction and players canandrsquo;t stand still for more than 5 seconds. After 5 andndash; 10 minutes all will be breathing hard and be tired. Now is the time for a good stretch. Punitive exercise:Youth player   At the same time it won t be susceptible to rain. This coupled with the permanent nature of the advertisement means that the team can expect to get a far better deal from their sponsors which could be very beneficial for the team. In the future this technique might also be used to increase the amount of light reflected off of the turf which would again result in fewer injuries and also less energy needed to improve visibility for the audience and television crews. The durable nature of this artificial grass also has other uses meaning that it can be used for more purposes. For example the pitch can then be loaned out for concerts or for local teams to practice and experience. This not only opens a club up to the community more (thereby winning them more followers) but is also potentially another source of much needed revenue. This is the kind of managerial decision that can make or break a sports team demonstrating why it s so important for sports clu

  If you can understand why running laps in youth soccer is huge waste of time you will not only be a better coach, but a better all around youth soccer trainer.andnbsp; Last year I watched a youth soccer practice and by the time I got home I was still in shock.  Most of my thoughts were simply of renaming the coach to andldquo;old schoolandrdquo; and I was also a bit angry. I wasnandrsquo;t angry at the coach. He was doing what he thought was right and what had been taught to him.  I was angry at the director of coaching for this soccer club for not watching his coaches, correcting them and bringing them up to speed on the best practices / methods for youth soccer player development. Running andldquo;lapsandrdquo; in youth soccer is common and done for many reasons. Some coaches use laps thinking it will condition their players. Others use laps for warm ups, while others often use them as punitive exercises for players that are misbehaving. Unfortunately all