Posted by Justin Obey in Lifestyle
on Apr 18th, 2014 | 0 comments
One cold morning last December, you decided to run the Boston Marathon. The thought of participating excited you. Maybe the 2014 Marathon would be your first, second, or third time participating, but either way, the decision to run filled you with a great sense of pride.
Now, nearly 5 months later, the marathon quickly approaches. It hasn’t been easy, but you’ve made it this far!
You’ve put in tireless hours working your body into a running machine. You’ve trained hard. You’ve stayed disciplined. You ran through the snow, sleet, rain, and freezing cold mornings. While your...
Posted by Michael Springer in Meet New People
on Apr 17th, 2014 | 0 comments
With the Freedom Pub Crawl only a week away, it’s time to layout 5 great ways to ensure that you make the most of the pub crawl. Like with many achievements in life, greatness is often the result of great preparation. Aside from taking a shower and putting on clothes, there are many things that you can do in the week prior to your crawl to set yourself up for success. Check out our top 5 suggestions below and let us know in the comments how YOU prepare for a Boston pub crawl!
1) Develop Flexibility and Strength - The nature of a pub crawl is that you’re going to do some walking and...
Posted by Maggie Walsh in Lifestyle
on Apr 15th, 2014 | 0 comments
Imagine you’re playing Tuesday soccer at BAC. It’s halftime. Suddenly, the lights go out and it’s pitch black. You’re freaking out, right? A million questions are running through your head…why are the lights off? Are they going to go back on? Is my game going to be cancelled? Should I be worried?
Then the music starts. Slowly getting louder and louder. You can finally start making out the words. “Pump up the jam, pump it up…” Jock Jams? Okay, what’s going on here? Before you know it, the lights are back on and you can see that a group of people has made their way into the middle...
Posted by Maggie Walsh in Lifestyle
on Apr 3rd, 2014 | 0 comments
Everyone has different interests and skills that drive them to play certain sports. Do you like to play team sports? Do you prefer to fly solo on the court? Perhaps you prefer indoor vs. outdoor athletics. Regardless, there is always a sport to play. Ever wondered what sport YOU should play? Work your way down our simple (and not scientific) quiz to figure out which one is for you.
Spring has sprung and that means its time to get out and enjoy the great outdoors, be active and live it up until winter comes back around! Don’t miss out on Social Boston Sports spring and summer sports...
Posted by Michael Springer in Lifestyle
on Apr 2nd, 2014 | 0 comments
Often find yourself in the same weekend routine? You hang out with the same people, go to the same bars, and generally have a good time, but no one weekend really stands out as particularly memorable? If so, then it’s time to mix things up. Fortunately for you, The Freedom Pub Crawl is right around the corner. What makes the Freedom Pub Crawl Boston’s best bar crawl?
1) Great People – Every year a couple hundred SBS-ers take to the streets to celebrate Freedom. These folks are young professionals who take advantage of life and don’t just sit around. They play sports during the...
Posted by Matt in Lifestyle
on Apr 1st, 2014 | 3 comments
Hello SBS Community,
As you’re all probably aware, sports leagues and their governing bodies all across the world have really cracked down on PED’s and doping. SBS strives to always be on the cutting edge and forefront of everything sports. With that in mind, SBS is very proud to announce that, in cooperation with the USADA, all players will undergo mandatory drug testing. Here’s how it’ll work.
1. On the first week of each league, a sample collector will gather tests. Tests consist of a hair sample and a urine sample.
2. Tests will be processed by the end of the second week.