The Need for Human Trafficking Education in America’s Schools

Human trafficking is the most critical and challenging social problem of our time and especially for America’s youth. Those most vulnerable to this debilitating and tragic crime are in our schools and youth organizations. They are our daughters (and sons), our nieces […]

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Five Keys to Increasing Vertical Jump: The Pillars of a Successful Jump Program

Do you want to increase your vertical jump? It is not that complicated, but it will be of great help in all kinds of sports. Obviously, if you want to dunk in basketball or go to the net in volleyball, you need […]

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Seventy (70) is the new forty (40): exercising the whole body is good news for baby boomers

Seventy (70) is the new Forty (40). To many of you that sounds silly, as you sit there with aches and pains in places you never knew you had. I’m 70 years old, so I know what you’re feeling. As we age, […]

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Top 12 Exercises To Get A Tight Booty!

Do you want to have a tight butt like J. Lo or a bootylicious rear like Beyonce? Let it be known that these women have great assets because they work for them. Even Latifah loves her new booty she developed by doing […]

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500 Hour Online Yoga Teacher Training

500 Hour Online Yoga If you have ever wanted to become a certified yoga instructor but didn’t know where to start, you may want to look into 500 hours online yoga teacher training. Becoming a yoga instructor is not all about teaching […]

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12 amazing benefits of a ski vacation

The decision we make to embark on a ski vacation shouldn’t be taken lightly, but it doesn’t have to cost a ton of money, and you don’t have to drag the family to the other side of the world to visit some […]

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Health and fitness tips

Starting Set clear exercise goals and start with some basic exercises. It is recommended to start with a full-body strength training program, done 2-3 days a week, or a split core workout (such as top / bottom). The objectives must be specific […]

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Museums and the marathon man

Christopher Ingraham’s Washington Post article (June 13, 2014) says it all: “There are more museums in America than Starbucks and McDonald’s combined.” Quite precisely, we think of museums as important cultural and educational institutions; however, they are also silent superstars of the […]

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4 surprising benefits of yoga

There are many physical benefits of yoga from practicing yoga regularly, for example, increased flexibility and core strength, etc. However, the non-physical benefits are less well documented, but they are still a great benefit. Some of the non-physical benefits of practicing yoga […]

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Memory loss in older adults

In recent times, so much emphasis has been placed on staying healthy that it seems to be a highly sought after business. Who doesn’t want to stay active and healthy? But when it comes to older adults, it could well be the […]

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