Sports

leading a healthy lifestyle

While this new obsession with gyms and fitness centers has taken everybody’s undivided attention, some people still tend to go the old-school way about leading a healthy lifestyle. They believe working out in the open is far more efficient and beneficial for all-around health development of the human body. But how different is it from an intensive gym session?   The scientists and psychologists of the Northeastern...

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Ryan Vanderweit, a 36-year old army veteran is all set to run in the Marathon Des Sables, a 250 km race covering the distance of approximately six regular marathons through the Sahara desert. The soldier is ready to go with a small package encompassing all essentials ranging from his clothes for six to seven days to easily digestible eatables. The bag also consists of a...

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Lochtegate is the scandal involving the swimmers from the United States namely Ryan Lochte, Jimmy Feigen, Gunnar Bentz, and Jack Conger during the 2016 Summer Olympics held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The swimmers lied about being robbed at gunpoint, whereas they had urinated outside the bathroom and Lochte had vandalised a framed poster. The consequence of this was Lochte losing all four commercial sponsors....

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The unpredictability of future is often scary than being intriguing to some people as we see cases regarding a sudden development of deathly disease or ill-fated turn of events that can break one’s morale and can put a stop to their dreams, aspiration, desires, and even wreak havoc on families, relatives, and others. Such is the case with the diagnosis of cancer, the deathly disease....

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family

Students and their parents are often seen to be handling their lives separately, without spending any worthwhile time with each other and their family. It figures, given how students have their studies and exams to handle and parents have their jobs to figure out. Dave and Emily Hagen are one father-daughter duo, but they are an exception, as they make sure to always remove time...

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Racism in sports has been a major problem in many countries, especially in European football. Italy and Russia are hotspots for racial chanting during football games. While some athletes might have the mental endurance to play through such conditions, it might be too much for others to bear. This not only brings down their performance levels but may also have long term psychological effects on...

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Sports are an essential part of our lives. Even in today’s busy world, people still find out time to check out the sports section in newspapers and magazines. Daily sports shows also have high viewership. In more recent times, the requisite news has reached us on our cellphones. This helps us keep track of our favourite sports teams, stay up to date in the sports...

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Every year, on the third Monday of April, Patriots' Day, a marathon is held in Boston. Commonly known as the Boston Marathon, it began in the year 1897, inspired by the success of the first marathon competition in the 1896 Summer Olympics. It is the world's oldest annual marathon and ranks as one of the world's best-known road racing events.   To plan such a big event, widely...

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Sports used to be simple activities. One could play or watch and simply enjoy it. As people’s interests in sports grew, so did the industry. Today sports are a medium for big businesses to make money and generate influence. Sports now create heroes in the form of players who command a huge influence in society. In the Olympics for example, sports help give nations credibility...

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physical therapy

Like most teenagers, Lamar Letts’ diet was high in sugar and late-night junk food binges were common. In his senior year, he was diagnosed with myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle. As a promising high-school athlete this was a huge roadblock as he later suffered from an epiphany. On his road to recovery, he realised there was too much sugar in the food he...

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