Monthly Archives: December 2012

Monday Motivation: Remember the Name

Happy New Year’s Eve! Hope you’re having a great last day of 2012 and are excited for 2013!  As for our Monday Motivation, we thought we’d make it a throwback with Remember the Name by Fort Minor. The lyrics speak … Continue reading

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What’s your top New Year’s Resolution?

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MLB Fan Cave

Hey baseball fans! I’m sure most of you know this already, but just in case you don’t it’s a very special time of year; it’s time to submit your MLB Fan Cave application! And this year is particularly exciting because … Continue reading

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Exercise of the Week: Alternating Toe Touch

Happy Boxing Day! Hope you had a wonderful Christmas (and/or Hanukkah!). The weather has been pretty crazy lately, but just because you’re stuck inside doesn’t mean you can’t work out! If you know you’re going to put “get fit” or … Continue reading

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Christmas Tree Facts and Figures

Four days until Christmas! We came across this infographic from UberSignal and thought we’d share it with you. It’s kind of fun to see where you fall on the charts. For example, my family buys a live, pre-cut tree every … Continue reading

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Holiday Light Shows

Here are our five favorite holiday light displays. What would you add to the list?  1. Melbourne, Australia 2. Wethersfield, Connecticut  3. Sioux Falls, SD  4. N/A  5. Johnstown, PA  Honorable Mention: Angry Birds Light Game 

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Exercise of the Week: Leg Raises

I’m a big fan of exercises that can be performed pretty much anywhere, and the leg raise definitely falls under that category. All you need is enough space to lie down. (If you want the added challenge of performing it … Continue reading

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Physical Activity vs. Exercise: Understanding the Difference

Originally posted on Million Ideas:
In a given day, most of us endure a lot of physical activity. Working on your feet, tackling housework, or wrangling your kids are all considered physical activity. But a common misconception is that physical…

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Monday Motivation Music

Sure this music is intended for game day, but for those of you currently in the off-season it also works as a pretty good wake up and conquer the day mix. Get up, get pumped! 

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Lazy Sunday Baseball Links

Experiencing baseball withdrawal? If you’re taking it easy today, here are a few baseball-related links to keep you entertained.  Fun (and slightly addictive) computer baseball game: http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/388958 Baseball bat tricks: http://www.collegehumor.com/video/5078280/more-baseball-bat-tricks Goofy trick shot video (shot at Dr. Pepper Ballpark in … Continue reading

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