Namaste committed to yoga practice with the beautiful color combos and practicality of these machine washable mats from Yoga Design Lab. The microfiber top layer is bonded to a durable tree rubber base and grips well with sweat, so there’s no need to layer a towel in hot sessions.
Dial into more forgiveness and tremendous range of adjustability on TaylorMade’s latest driver, which means launching stronger draws or fades with less spin to go farther. And gazing down at the gorgeous carbon composite crown urges us to hit more balls – in all seasons.
Save that chatter for the 19th hole and enjoy the quiet with Ogio’s 2016 Silencer bag technology – 14 individual compartments with compression fit bottoms that let you configure your clubs the way you like. Convenient pockets, sleeves and handle keep your sticks preserved in style.
The Warriors’ Steph Curry and the Kings’ Omri Casspi turned the 2nd quarter of their match into a video game. In 3 minutes, they made nine 3-point shots, some from over 30ft. The crazier fact? Back in January, Curry’s teammate Klay Thompson did this and more all by himself.
Golf with giant mechs. The PS4 exclusive 100ft. Giant Robot lets you wreak havoc on Earth (and beyond) to make shots easier for yourself and harder for your opponents. It has real-time and turn-based modes plus a single-player campaign. Compatible with PlayStation VR.
With no time left in their game against the Lions, Packers’ star quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw his first successful Hail Mary pass, a 61-yard lob that was caught by tight end Richard Rodgers. The play completed their comeback from being down 20 points. NFL video here.
Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson demonstrates why he’s one of the strongest men on Earth, as he picks up a 33lb keg and tosses it like it’s nothing, demolishing a world record with a distance of 24ft 6in. We’re assuming that the beer was just a bit foamy when they tapped it.
With 1.1s left in the 2nd quarter against the Pacers, the Celtics made one hell of a buzzer beater. Sadly it won’t count, because Jae Crowder made the shot while inbounding the ball. From the other side of the court. Come on NBA, that has to be worth at least 1 point.
Down 3 points with only 6 seconds left against Duke, the Miami Hurricanes retreated nearly 30 yards and made eight lateral passes before clearing a way for a touchdown. The trick may have confused the refs as well, because they got a few no calls along the way. (Thanks Joel!)