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31: Types Of Boats Available
There are many boats out there on the market, with

something for everyone. If you are new to boating,

selecting the right boat can be hard. There are

boats for every purpose on the water, all you have

to do is find the one for you.

32: Buying Inflatable Boats
As you are probably already aware of, inflatable

boats are very popular today. Each distinct group

of inflatable boat is designed for a specific use

and therefore equipped with different components

and equipment.

33: Choosing The Right Engine
Choosing the engine (or propulsion system) for your

boat is very important. Both the weight and the

horsepower will have a major impact on the performance

of your boat. If you have a boat that's underpowered,

the engine will work twice as hard, giving you poor

performance.

34: After Your Boat Purchase
Once you've made the purchase on a brand new boat

you'll be very excited - as you should be! The

first thing to do is celebrate with your family and

friends, you deserve it. You shouldn't rush out

on the water immediately after the purchase, as

you have some things to take care of first.

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36: THE VOLLEY AND OVERHEAD SMASH.
The net attack is the heavy artillery of tennis. It is supposed to crush all defence. As such it must be regarded as a point-winning stroke at all times, no matter whether the shot is volley or smash.

37: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF PHYSICAL FITNESS.
Physical fitness is one of the great essentials of match play. Keenness can only be acquired if the physical, mental, and nervous systems are in tune. Consistent and systematic training is essential to a tournament player.

38: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF MATCH PLAY IN TENNIS.
The first and most important point in match play is to know how to lose. Lose cheerfully, generously, and like a sportsman. This is the first great law of tennis, and the second is like unto it to win modestly, cheerfully, generously, and like a sportsman.

39: THE FUNDAMENTALS OF TENNIS.
I trust this initial effort of mine in the world of letters will find a place among both novices and experts in the tennis world. I am striving to interest the student of the game by a somewhat prolonged discussion of match play, which I trust will shed a new light on the game.

40: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SINGLES AND DOUBLES IN TENNIS.
Singles, the greatest strain in tennis, is the game for two players. It is in this phase of the game that the personal equation reaches its crest of importance. This is the game of individual effort, mental and physical.


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