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  • Links to Health, Diet and Fitness

    Links to Health, Diet and Fitness

    Top Health and Fitness Websites www.ageconcern.org.uk – Elderly malnutrition – Six out of ten older people risk becoming malnourished in hospital. Visit the Age Concern website to find out more and support our campaign. www.overcominganxiety.org – Anxiety relief – Help yourself to get over anxiety by visiting this website. This site provides information on anxiety

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  • Activities Leisure and Fitness Information

    Activities Leisure and Fitness Information

    Walking The Arrow Valley Lake in Redditch has some excellent walks and terrific views, ideal for walking the dog and getting rid of the unwanted pounds. Taking a long or short walk after a hard days work relieves the stress as well as the pounds. Children also enjoy the views and nature trails, so why

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  • Host an Event

    Host an Event

    “Speed, Power, Precision”. That’s what you get when the world’s finest lumberjacks compete in the STIHL® TIMBERSPORTS® Series. Embarking on its 27th year, the professional STIHL® TIMBERSPORTS® series is positioned to take this distinctive spectator sport to a new level. Broadcast to over 177 million households a year in the United States, the STIHL® TIMBERSPORTS®

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  • Wood Sourcing

    Wood Sourcing

    STIHL TIMBERSPORTS event manager, Matt Chagnon, of Granite State Lumberjack Shows, Inc., is a professor, a lumberjack and a conservationist. STIHL TIMBERSPORTS.com caught up with him for a Q&A. STIHL TIMBERSPORTS.com: So, do you consider yourself a conservationist? Matt Chagnon: A forester is a conservationist – without conservation, you’re out of work. If you don’t

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  • Hot Saw

    Hot Saw

    In this discipline, the competitor uses a customized chain saw with a modified engine, usually taken from a personal watercraft or snowmobile. At the signal, the competitor starts the saw and makes three cuts. With only six inches of wood to work with, precision is key. If the competitor saws outside of the designated six

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  • Underhand Chop

    Underhand Chop

    The competitor stands with feet apart on a 12- to 14-inch white pine log. At the signal, he begins to chop through the log with his racing ax. Before chopping all the way through he must turn and complete the cut from the other side. Time ends when the log is severed completely. The challenge

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