I often here people expressing a desire to be more "flexible", when upon further inquiry, I learn that what thy are truly seeking is more "mobility". While this may seem like a case semantics, it underlines a key concept in strategies used to optimize one's movement potential. One's ability to move through a healthy range of motion depends on four parameters; soft tissue extensibility ("flexibility"), joint alignment, neuromuscular control, and strength.
JAKARTA Fitch Ratings affirmed the ratings of PT XL Axiata Tbk. (EXCL) on long-term global debt securities and debt securities of dollars at the BBB level."Simultaneously, Fitch Ratings Indonesia confirms the long-term national rating at the level XL AAA (idn) with outlook stable, "said Director of the International Fitch Ratings Nitin Soni in an official statement on Friday (01/23/2015).
La competencia mundial de Life Fitness Personal Trainers to Watch 2014 recibió más de 1,700 nominaciones de 43 países. La selección de los ganadores regionales fue basada en sus valores personales, filosofías innovadoras de entrenamiento, educación y experiencia.
Have you ever been stood next to a crazy fan during a rugby match? Have you been shocked by the intricacy of the face paint on one of the soccer fans? Ever been horrified by the story of a fanatic undergoing plastic surgery to look more like their sports idol? Sports fans and their antics come in all shapes and sizes and on all different levels, from the crazy to the weird to the plain annoying.
According to the USDA, every man, woman and child in the US consumes approximately 80 lbs of caloric sweetners per year. That works out to 25 tsp of sugar per day, or 400 extra calories. Added sugars are syrups and sugars that are added to foods or beverages as part of their preparation. They do not include naturally occurring sugars that are found in milk and fruits. Table sugar and high fructose corn syrup are examples of added sugars. The American Heart Associatiob recommends limiting the amount of added sugars you consume to no more than half of your daily discretionary calorie allowance.
Water is truly amazing. Not only is it the most consumed beverage in the world, it is also the most useful substance to humans since we first crawled out of the primordial ooze. For thousands of years, people have been finding ways of making the water we use better for everyday life. Technologies such as water softeners to make cleaning easier, deionization for manufacturing, reverse osmosis for drinking & cooking all have their place. But too frequently, the one contaminant that people should be the most concerned about is often the most over-looked.