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50 Must Know Fitness Tips to Score Your Best Body – Cristina Goyanes

If motivation is your hang-up, change your exercise routine every 14 days. A University of Florida study discovered that people who modified their workouts twice a month were more likely than to stick to their plans compared to those who changed their regimens whenever they wanted to. Boredom didn’t appear to be a factor; it … Continue reading 50 Must Know Fitness Tips to Score Your Best Body – Cristina Goyanes

Lessons From Phil Jackson The Former American Professional Basketball Player & Coach

When Steve Kerr joined the Chicago Bulls as a guard in 1993, he began a relationship with Phil Jackson that’s been one of the most important in his life — coach, teacher, mentor, and, now for many years, good friend. The Bulls under Jackson would win three consecutive NBA championships before Kerr left in 1998. Jackson would … Continue reading Lessons From Phil Jackson The Former American Professional Basketball Player & Coach

Christchurch Gym Creates Dedicated Selfie Room – NZ Herald

A Christchurch gym has created a "selfie room" for all gym goers who want to take selfies before or after their workouts. Anytime Fitness in Hornby opened its "selfie room" last week and claims it is the first of its kind in the Christchurch area. The room is a private area with mirrors where gym … Continue reading Christchurch Gym Creates Dedicated Selfie Room – NZ Herald

Raising Our Daughters To Be Brave: 5 Tips from Top Athlete Crista Samaras – Samantha Walravens

Crista Samaras made headlines as a nationally ranked lacrosse player at Princeton from 1994-1999 and a gold medalist in the 2001 IFWLA World Cup as a member of the Women's National Team. She went on to coach women’s lacrosse at Yale and start three companies. From the outside, she is a true American success story. What … Continue reading Raising Our Daughters To Be Brave: 5 Tips from Top Athlete Crista Samaras – Samantha Walravens

Lessons In Emotional Control We Can Learn From The Women’s U.S. Open Final – Renita Kalhorn

The 2018 women's U.S. Open final had the potential to showcase incredible tennis. Serena Williams was making a bid to tie Margaret Court’s record for 24 Grand Slam titles. Naomi Osaka, 16 years her junior, was vying to be the first Grand Slam winner from Japan. Instead, we saw a lot of drama, controversy and a … Continue reading Lessons In Emotional Control We Can Learn From The Women’s U.S. Open Final – Renita Kalhorn

The Best Sport for a Longer Life? Try Tennis – Gretchen Reynolds

Playing tennis and other sports that are social might add years to your life, according to a new epidemiological study of Danish men and women. The study found that adults who reported frequently participating in tennis or other racket and team sports lived longer than people who were sedentary. But they also lived longer than … Continue reading The Best Sport for a Longer Life? Try Tennis – Gretchen Reynolds

30 Things to Start Doing for Yourself – Marc Chernoff

Our previous article, 30 Things to Stop Doing to Yourself, was well received by most of our readers, but several of you suggested that we follow it up with a list of things to start doing.  In one reader’s words, “I would love to see you revisit each of these 30 principles, but instead of … Continue reading 30 Things to Start Doing for Yourself – Marc Chernoff

Preventable Heart Problems Killed 415,000 People in 2016. Here’s How to Keep Your Heart Healthy – Jamie Ducharme

Heart problems that were “largely preventable” killed around 415,000 Americans in 2016, new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says, highlighting the importance of proactive interventions. Under its new Million Hearts campaign, which aims to prevent a million heart attacks and strokes by 2022, the CDC looked at 2016 data and … Continue reading Preventable Heart Problems Killed 415,000 People in 2016. Here’s How to Keep Your Heart Healthy – Jamie Ducharme

Working Out At Home Just Got Easier And Better Than Ever – Allison Olmsted

Going to the gym for regular workouts can sometimes be a drag, and working out at home, on your own, can take an entirely new level of motivation. Fortunately, in the last couple of years, technology has been changing the fitness equation in favor of the shortest possible commute - none. It was indoor cycling … Continue reading Working Out At Home Just Got Easier And Better Than Ever – Allison Olmsted

How Serena Williams Used the Most Beautiful Service Toss in Tennis to Beat Her Sister Venus at the U.S. Open

Serena Williams has the most beautiful service toss in tennis—aesthetically pleasing, effortlessly smooth, the ball gently leaving the left hand of a player whose game is anything but gentle. Beautiful, too, in the functional sense of being everything a service toss should be at the highest level of the game, which simply, yet not so … Continue reading How Serena Williams Used the Most Beautiful Service Toss in Tennis to Beat Her Sister Venus at the U.S. Open

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