For a young family in a new home, planning for growth is one of the key objectives for any garage renovation or home project. The large amount of overhead storage means that the family can grow their interests and past times with space to spare to store the related gear and equipment. With a slatwall storage system, there’s room to re-arrange hooks, baskets and shelves. Slatwall systems are ideal to optimize, expand and re-organize the usable storage space.
Not every garage remodel needs to be a huge project. The most effective storage solutions offer you a straightforward way to easily access and find tools, supplies or equipment. Sometimes minimal solutions are the most efficient. That’s the situation I encountered with a family that included an avid gardener in a High Park garage design & renovation.
Toronto is the proud host of the 2015 Pan-Am games this summer. Fans have been thrilled to watch their favorite athletes with several Canadian gold, silver and bronze medals already tucked away. No matter what your sport there is sure to be some nail-biting competition. For many Ontarians who grew up along the shores of the Great Lakes or spent time camping in Muskoka, some of the most anticipated events are the canoe and kayak racing. There are few Canadians who have not spent at least one afternoon in their life paddling their worries away, so you can be assured these events will be among the best attended. If you are a fan of these sports, the following are a few things you need to know about the events, the equipment, and how to store your new boat.
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Brief History Wing Chun Kung Fu Wing Chun kung fu, according to legend but not verified, was devised by the nun Wu Mai, a few generations ago. It was later inherited by Yim Wing-Chun and her husband Leung Bok-Lao. With the passing of Yim, Leung named this form of kung fu Wing Chun Kuen, in honour of his beloved wife. Master Leung later moved to Guangzhou to continue his promotion of Wing Chun. Wing Chun in Guangzhou province, China-Guangzhou Wing Chun In the 1940’s, Yuen Kay San and Cheung Bo who were two of the few highly respected successors of Wing Chun in Guangzhou, took in a teenage Kung Fu enthusiast named Sum Nung, as their student. Sum Nung dedicated himself in studying Guangzhou Wing Chun and became skilled at the art and in turn a highly reputable practitioner and teacher (Sifu). The Guangzhou Wing Chun’s form named “12 Separate-Forms“ (十二散式) is Sum Nung’s adaptation of Master Cheung’s version of Guangzhou Wing Chun style. Wing Chun techniques are to adva
There’s no question that hockey players are among the world’s toughest athletes.
If anyone needed any reminding of this, a great example was provided by Gregory Campbell of the Boston Bruins in last year’s Stanley Cup play-offs. While killing a penalty, Campbell dove to block a slap shot from two time NHL scoring champion Evgeni Malkin. The impact of the speeding puck broke his leg instantly. Campbell got back up and finished the shift.
Can one imagine a soccer player reacting in such a manner? Or how would a badminton player respond to breaking a bone in mid-play?