Rewriting Resolutions — Physical

Sometimes we’re more focused on the number on the scale rather than our overall health and happiness. It’s time to take a step back and reevaluate because only focusing on your weight can lead to cycles of losing and regaining the weight, lower self-esteem, and an obsession with body image. It’s better to direct your focus toward lifestyle changes than weight loss diets because most … Continue reading Rewriting Resolutions — Physical

All About Technique: A Local Non-Profit Teaching the Techniques of Football

Technique is possibly the most important aspect of any sport. A wide receiver won’t be able to lose his defender if he doesn’t run his routes correctly. A shooting guard won’t hit that 3-point shot if his elbow isn’t tucked. Practicing technique is important in becoming a star athlete, and Dominique Moses is here to help young athletes do just that. Technique Athletes is a … Continue reading All About Technique: A Local Non-Profit Teaching the Techniques of Football

Making the “New Year, New Me” Goal a Reality

It’s New Year’s Eve, and you are at the party with your family and friends. You are all about to watch the ball drop, and soon you all will be welcoming in the new year. There is excitement and anticipation in the air; it’s palpable. There is chatter all around, people talking about how this year is going to be a 1,000 times better than … Continue reading Making the “New Year, New Me” Goal a Reality

The Life and Times of a Gymnast

I flip. I jump. Sometimes I fly. What am I? A gymnast. By definition a gymnast is a person trained in exercises developing or displaying physical agility and coordination. So how long did they train? How did they start? Well, some gymnasts’ stories begin as early as 2 years old, at least that’s what Amy Van Deusen of ThoughtCo. says. According to Deusen, gymnastics classes … Continue reading The Life and Times of a Gymnast