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Why are there so many fat kids?

I can remember when there was only one "chubby" kid per class. Now one in three, by my informal survey and the government's official tally, would be eligible for this form of verbal abuse. Actually, one child in ten is considered morbidly obese and the other two in ten just obese or overweight. It's not just the couch potato, chip-munching, remote controlled kids with the problem. I see plenty of active, fat kids at the baseball games, soccer tournaments and swim races. Many have normal weight ...
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You can lose your paunch forever!

Don't just sit and lament the state of your body. There are many exercises to help you lose weight. Some may find it boring. One way to overcome this is to adopt flexibility in your exercise program. You could cycle one day, walk on the second day and swim on the third day. In fact it can increase your social life. Pair up with a buddy to jog together with you or join an aerobics class for group interaction. You can also be playing in team sports which add an element of excitement such as ...
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Michigan State Spartans Tickets - the Best College Football Players May not Become the Best Pros

Not many times would you hear hoorahs and wails at the same time coming out from a team! Knowing Michigan State Spartans, one can safely assume that they are at the end of such acts. This in spite of boasting some of the best college players up in their team! All you have to do is look at the team line up of the State Spartans. Quite clearly, you would find one thing ? There are just so many stars that you could expect those unexpected turns when the Spartans are playing. But then, there is ...
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Notre Dame Fighting Irish Tickets - Handling Microeconomics and Football at the Same Time

If there are any good teachers in Microeconomics around in Notre Dame, please help Darius Fleming. Not that he is bad with this subject, but having some coaching at his disposal will allow him to focus on the game! For now though, Darius Fleming seems to be all consumed with the idea of appearing for the Microeconomics paper in his final examinations. The added pressure of completing the freshmen linebacker?s Football 101 course by December 24th is really taking a lot of attention from Darius. ...
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Integrated Variable Dynamics

After having received over two hundred requests for a detailed description of my trademarked training method Integrated Variable Dynamics™, I have finally caved, so here goes...my trade secret, oh and by the way...shhhh, this is on the DL! The Secrets of Integrated Variable Dynamics™ - Well, maybe not all the secrets, afterall we have to KREATE a little suspense... Both, Peak Intensive Interval and Variable Dynamic Training systems are extremely effective technologies for ...
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College Football - Despite the Protestations, it Really Was All About Tyrone Willingham

Copyright © 2008 Ed Bagley He would have made a great Roman soldier, the strong, disciplined, determined, unemotional type ready to go into battle. The problem at the University of Washington was that he went into battle with the responsibility of being a football coach, not a soldier. So Tyrone Willingham received an early retirement from Husky Stadium. Now he will have to find other stadiums to do battle. Please, do not feel badly for Ty Willingham. He has his pride, his integrity and ...
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Beat Bad Circulation

Are you one of the millions of people in the world suffering from bad blood circulation? With out even knowing it, you might be! You might not necessarily have a lot of symptoms if you are suffering with bad circulation (Peripheral Vascular Disease or PVD.) but you should be aware that it can be treated. It can also be a signal your body is sending, letting you know something more serious is going on. Like clogged arteries or blood clots. For me the symptoms started very slowly and were minor. ...
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College Football - Steve Sarkisian - a Real Breath of Fresh Air for Washington's Huskies

Copyright © 2008 Ed Bagley He is apparently half-Armenian and half-Irish, 34 years old and the new head coach of the University of Washington's football team. Meet Steve Sarkisian, young, energetic, successful and excited about the opportunity to turn around the fortunes of the Husky football program. That will not be as difficult a problem as Washington's current 0-12 season record might suggest. We are purposefully not mentioning the fired coach whom Sarkisian is replacing. Sarkisian ...
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A Career in Sports Medicine

Do you want a rewarding career that also lets you work with a lot of people? Do you enjoy sports and physical activity? Do you want to be a doctor? If you answered yes to any of these then you may be interested in a career in sports medicine. A career in sports medicine has many advantages for you. Not only is it an excellent career, but people educated in sports medicine are always needed. You know you will always have a job in the field of sports medicine. Sports medicine has two fields of ...
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Quality Football Shirts

Quality football shirts are popular amongst fans and essential to players. This is because there simply isn't enough durability in the cheaper shirts, and so it is important to go for quality when making a purchase. Whilst for players the quality is important due to the wear and tear which quickly ruins brand new kit, fans also need something which can last a long time. They want a shirt which will at the very least last for the length of the season before a new kit is released. This makes ...
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