Andrew Lakeman was an up-and-coming jockey when an accident at Belmont Park left him paralyzed from the waist down. But instead of quitting, Lakeman got a trainer's license, bought a horse and became a racehorse trainer.
Scuba diving has changed the way we see and understand the ocean, but can it change the way we see and understand ourselves? Diveheart does just that by helping those with physical disabilities feel a mobility they don't above the waves.
Pick one to commit to and start. Get your routine established and practice every day. Post them so you can see your progress. You don’t have to complete each one before starting on another, but don’t overload yourself. ... See MoreSee Less
For cardiovascular health, the American Heart Association recommends at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity five days a week, or at least 25 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity three days a week, or a combination of the two. ... See MoreSee Less
You don’t need to live in a cage, or to go to war to feel caged, and not be able to find meaning in life. Your own mind, your unconscious beliefs, a toxic friendship, a job environment or family relationship can choke your will to express who you are with the same tragic effects. ... See MoreSee Less
Previous research on people suggests that salt and protein may affect sleep hormones, Ja noted. But there has been little research to determine if these nutrients are specifically linked to food comas compared with other nutrients.