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Ethics Dunces: NFL Football Fans

Ethics Dunces: NFL Football Fans | Sport Ethics: Rainwater, M. | Scoop.it
In response to a question in a newly released CNN poll, a majority of football fans responded that the fact that the NFL intentionally withheld from its players evidence that repeated concussions were inevitable despite the supposed protection...

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The betrayal of community ethics by the venture-capital financed 'sharing' companies

To be successful, the venture-capital-funded “sharing economy” will be forced to lose all those aspects of informal sharing that makes “sharing” attractive, and to keep those aspects that erode neighbourhoods, erode employment rights, and remove basic standards. And if they succeed, they will have used the language of sharing to bring about an unregulated, free-market, neoliberal economy.

 


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Minimum Effective Dose vs. Maximum Effective Dose

Minimum Effective Dose vs. Maximum Effective Dose | Sport Ethics: Rainwater, M. | Scoop.it
Broadly speaking, people make two errors when training - doing too little to be effective (ranging from nothing to not enough), or do too much to really benefit (ranging from too much to recover from to too much to do without getting injured).
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Team California Strength at the American Open

Team California Strength at the American Open | Sport Ethics: Rainwater, M. | Scoop.it
Final rundown on American Open results for the Cal Strength Team: Andrew – 62/81 – 5th place (56kg A) Casey – 60/77 Nate – 103/134 – 10th place (77kg B) Scott – 121/151 Rob – 130/comp PR 165 – 5th place (85kg A) Danny – comp PR 128/153 – 4th place...
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Article Recommendation: Food is Not Fuel

Article Recommendation: Food is Not Fuel | Sport Ethics: Rainwater, M. | Scoop.it
There is an excellent, albeit long, article over on Precision Nutrition today called "Food Is Not Fuel." It is well worth reading.
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Book Review: The Complete Guide to Kettlebell Training

Book Review: The Complete Guide to Kettlebell Training | Sport Ethics: Rainwater, M. | Scoop.it
The Complete Guide to Kettlebell Training (Complete Guides)
by Allan Collins
Published by Bloomsbury, 2011
176 pages
$29.95
The book is focused on kettlebell training. It endeavors to be a complete guide to kettlebell training.
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Training When You Are Older

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Mike Robertson posted a great blog post on training an aging athlete - aimed at the athlete, not at the coach. It's a good guide to what to do when you're not as young as you once were.
I would add three ideas to the advice there.
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NorCal SC Holiday Party | Norcal Strength & Conditioning

NorCal SC Holiday Party | Norcal Strength & Conditioning | Sport Ethics: Rainwater, M. | Scoop.it
Just another friendly reminder that our Annual NorCal SC Holiday Party is only a week away. The party will be on Friday, December 13th at 7pm at NorCal Strength and Conditioning. I have created this event on Facebook ...
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Youth Sports - A Key Part of the Village

Youth Sports - A Key Part of the Village | Sport Ethics: Rainwater, M. | Scoop.it
When I was ten years old and living in a small town in southwest Missouri, I joined the Little League baseball team coached by my best friend’s father.
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Is there such a thing as moral expertise? - Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies

Is there such a thing as moral expertise? - Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies | Sport Ethics: Rainwater, M. | Scoop.it
Is there such a thing as moral expertise?
Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies
When I write about ethics here at Rationally Speaking, people often gravitate toward meta-ethical issues: am I a moral realist?

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Mandela's Uses of Sports: Resistance, Reconciliation and Rebranding - The Nation. (blog)

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Mandela's Uses of Sports: Resistance, Reconciliation and Rebranding
The Nation. (blog)
There has never been a political leader who understood the power of sports quite like Nelson Mandela.
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An Open Letter to Gluten-Free Skeptics

An Open Letter to Gluten-Free Skeptics | Sport Ethics: Rainwater, M. | Scoop.it
I've been noticing, here and there online, a significant backlash against gluten free (GF) diets and dieters. You may have noticed the same thing - snarky comments like:
Oh, did a doctor diagnose you with celiac?
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DIY Multi Purpose Box for Strength and Fitness Training

To start 2013 in the right way I thought it about time to share my favourite DIY item with you - the trusty DIY Box.
I made the box below about 7 years ago and it's been my best friend ever since.
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Why Marriages are Just like Black Belts

Why Marriages are Just like Black Belts | Sport Ethics: Rainwater, M. | Scoop.it
I started a new blog with my ramblings & thoughts that are not martial arts related.
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Coaching 101: Pass Protection - WRALSportsFan.com

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Coaching 101: Pass Protection
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In this week's Coaching 101 we talk pass protection. There are a couple different ways the offense can protect the quarterback when he is looking to pass.
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