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Dehydration – The Ins and Outs

April 4, 2012 by  
Filed under Exercise

This problem is defined as the increased decline of bodily water; when more water is departing the body than what is being consumed. The vast majority of the human body mass is made up of water and optimal operation of the physical body depends upon these healthy fluid levels. A number of issues lead to accelerated water loss from your body; for that reason liquid consumption has to be a daily key priority.

OU Heisman QB Bradford To Have Season Ending Shoulder Surgery

April 3, 2012 by  
Filed under Celebrities

Oklahoma’s junior quarterback Sam Bradford will likely opt for season ending shoulder surgery. The reigning Heisman Trophy winner was to announce his plans at a Wednesday night press conference, but that has been canceled with no official word from Bradford expected before Saturday. Despite the delay, unnamed sources close to the situation indicate that there is “a very good chance” that Bradford will go under the knife in hopes of insuring a better opportunity with a NFL team next season.

Are You A Sports Equipment Collector?

August 25, 2010 by  
Filed under Business

There are many folks out there who accumulate sports equipment as ornaments for their collection. They are normally sports lovers who might own a glass cabinet or a whole room dedicated to display all of their different sports collection. Several people just don’t realize why there are folks who accumulate such things. Several folks even don’t know a thing of the importance in accumulating sport gear.

Buy The Mountain Bike That’s Right For You

August 23, 2010 by  
Filed under Exercise

Before driving to the local mountain bike shop with your wallet in hand, it may be a good idea to ask yourself what your goals are for mountain biking. Are you interested in riding the local fire roads near your house, or jumping off the steepest mountains at the state championship? Are you a seasoned rider looking to upgrade, or a new mountain bike rider purchasing his first MTB.

MLS Not Shopping Soccer Superstar Donovan

August 21, 2010 by  
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Landon Donovan raised his international stock with a spirited performance for the USA national team at the recently concluded World Cup. That doesn’t mean he’ll be shipping off to the Premier League or Serie A. On Thursday, Major League Soccer (MLS) commissioner Don Garber emphasized that the United States’ top professional league wouldn’t be accepting transfer offers for Donovan. Garber said that he’d be receptive to loan offers during the MLS off-season, but that his league has no plans to entertain transfer offers for any sort of long term duration.

Denny Hamlin Wins Rain Delayed Race At Martinsville

August 21, 2010 by  
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Despite a late race flat tire that necessitated an unplanned pit stop, Denny Hamlin raced like a madman down the stretch and took the checkered flag at Monday’s Goody’s Fast Pain Relief 500 NASCAR race at West Virginia’s Martinsville Speedway. The race had been originally scheduled for Sunday, but was moved to Monday due to torrential rains. It was Hamlin’s third career victory on the oldest track on the NASCAR circuit.

Locating The Best Nutrition For Your Body

August 19, 2010 by  
Filed under Muscle Building

To be a successful body builder you must have an iron will and be dedicated to the extreme. To be the kind of athlete that you envision, you must eat the right types of food that will help you to reach your goals. And in doing so, you will have to leave junk food behind.

Pet owners starting to embrace insurance – Spokesman.com – Aug. 7 …

August 7, 2010 by  
Filed under Insurance

When Jeremy Reis got Bodhi last summer, he immediately took out a pet insurance policy on the yellow Labrador puppy.

UFC 102 Not A Hot Ticket In Portland

August 5, 2010 by  
Filed under Business

Portland, Oregon has long been considered a hotbed of mixed martial arts. The area is home to numerous MMA gyms, the most famous being Gresham’s Team Quest. Regional MMA promotions like Matt Lindland’s SportFight and amateur MMA draws good crowds, and there’s few markets in the country that have such a strong mainstream acceptance and understanding of mixed martial arts.

Super Saver Wins Muddy Kentucky Derby

August 5, 2010 by  
Filed under Travel

In the muddy mess of a rain soaked Churchill Downs, jockey Calvin Borel continued his mastery of the track as he guided Super Saver to victory in the Kentucky Derby. Super Saver had gone off as an 8-1 choice behind 6-1 favorite Looking At Lucky, and Borel took the ‘Run For The Roses’ for the second consecutive year and an unprecedented third time in four years. Borel was aboard 50-1 longshot Mine That Bird in 2009 and rode Street Sense in 2007.

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