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Colts' new football coach going back to basics - The Daily Citizen

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Colts' new football coach going back to basics
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“The players need to understand the style we are going to play with, which will be fast and physical,” he said. “Football is a physical sport and also an exciting sport.
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Healthy Eating Alternative: Meals Ready To Eat

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With modern lifestyle and changing eating habits, ready to eat meals are witnessing a huge growth in demand. Ready to eat meal is fast and more convenient. You just need to heat and eat. There are occasions when you are coming home late at night.


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Fitness | Fitspo | Motivation | ideas

Fitness | Fitspo | Motivation | ideas | Sports Facility Management | Scoop.it

Tapiture is a community of tastemakers curating the best content Fitness | Fitspo | Motivation | ideas all in one place. Discover, and share.


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Hey, Coach! Humans May Be The Next Big Thing In Digital Training

Hey, Coach! Humans May Be The Next Big Thing In Digital Training | Sports Facility Management | Scoop.it
Your next personal trainer may come to you over the wire.

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Leonidas Athanasopoulos's curator insight, November 22, 2013 4:57 AM

All these apps and services are generating cascades of data about our quantified selves. But most of us are not equipped with the knowledge—let alone with the time—to dive into all that information, develop theories, and make recommendations. That's what trainers do in the physical world. And that's what they should be able to do digitally—far more efficiently and precisely than they can today.

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What Ultramarathons Do to the Body | Observations, Scientific American Blog Network

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It’s hard for many people to imagine running (or walking) a standard marathon of 26.2 miles, let alone topping that distance with a so-called ultramarathon that ...

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Leonidas Athanasopoulos's curator insight, January 20, 10:18 AM

Not surprisingly, the study finds that ultra-runners are healthier than the general population. More experienced runners were also less likely to suffer injuries—such as broken bones—than slightly younger, inexperienced ultramarathoners.

 

Stress fractures were also more common among women than men.

 

The ultra-runners had a low, although not nonexistent, incidence of high blood pressure and irregular heartbeats, with about 7.5 percent of the runners reporting one of those problems. But less than 1 percent had been diagnosed with heart disease or had a past stroke, and few had experienced cancer, with basal cell skin carcinoma being the most common malignancy, occurring in 1.6 percent of the runners. Those percentages are generally lower than among age-matched American adults, especially considering that a majority of the ultra-runners were aged 40 or older.

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Know more about Sports Nutrition Supplements

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Sportspersons, across the globe, are always on a lookout to improve their performance & stay ahead of their competitors. This is where the sports supplements play a vital role. The majority of the people believe that these supplements are a risk to the human health.


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Colts' new football coach going back to basics - The Daily Citizen

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Colts' new football coach going back to basics
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“The players need to understand the style we are going to play with, which will be fast and physical,” he said. “Football is a physical sport and also an exciting sport.
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Gore-Tex Transalpine-Run > Home

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Leonidas Athanasopoulos's curator insight, December 11, 2013 6:26 AM

Registrations open for GoreTex Transalpine run 2014.

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Sven Bender urges Dortmund to get back to basics - Yahoo Canada Sports

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