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 How Yoga Helps Kids Deal With Stress (Infographic) How Yoga Helps Kids Deal With Stress (Infographic)
Despite the conveniences of the modern world, kids don't necessarily have it as easy as we might think. With obesity on the rise, increasing school workloads and other demands of extracurricular activities, many children are unhealthy and stressed out as a result.
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Yoga for the New Parent Yoga for the New Parent
The Lesson of Becoming a Mother, unbeknownst to me, was to be the absolute loneliest, most challenged I have ever been in my thirty-some years of life. What does all of this have to do with yoga? For me, yoga is part of my healing; part of my getting “back to normal.” It is a place to find space and heal.
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Fat-Burning Hip-Hop Street Dance Workout Fat-Burning Hip-Hop Street Dance Workout
Fat-Burning Hip-Hop Street Dance Workout with Bryan Tanaka & Micki Duran is an explosive 18 minute calorie-melting cardio dance routine that features a fun and eclectic fusion of hip-hop and street dancing styles that is sure to get your heart pumping and challenge your muscles for maximum body-sculpting results!
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Blind Skateboarder - This is unbeleiveable Blind Skateboarder - This is unbeleiveable
Watch a Video of Blind skateboarder Tommy Carroll a few years ago interviewed by Tony Hawk and then see where he is today - Incredible!!
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The Ocean prolonging the life of Cystic Fibrosis patients The Ocean prolonging the life of Cystic Fibrosis patients
To some people, surfing is a way of life. From birth, they are taught that the ocean is a resource, a place of healing, and something you never turn your back on.To cystic fibrosis patients, the ocean is something entirely different, it is a way to prolong their lives.
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Yoga benefits for autistic children Yoga benefits for autistic children
Researchers have found that kids with autism spectrum disorder who did yoga at their elementary school behaved better than kids with autism who weren't doing yoga.
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Body-Sculpting Dance Workout for Weight Loss Body-Sculpting Dance Workout for Weight Loss
20 minute full body-toning dance routine that is packed with effective moves designed to burn fat, boost metabolism and challenge every major muscle group in the body for maximum results from head to toe.
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Yoga Workout for Strength & Energy: Full 50 Minute Workout Yoga Workout for Strength & Energy: Full 50 Minute Workout
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The Aging Athlete's most common injuries The Aging Athlete's most common injuries
News by John Morley, M.D.
Though it seems these days that more and more older people are keeping themselves in great shape and pushing the edge of the athletic envelope further and further, the aging process does bring an inevitable decline in physical capability, even for the top athletes of the world. This happens to some degree to everyone, no matter how healthy you may feel or how much you work out. What causes this decline?
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Cycling - What to Eat and Drink on the ride Cycling - What to Eat and Drink on the ride
News by Blogger Steve R.
What to eat and drink, while riding, and how to eat and drink it, are questions that cyclists of all experience levels are faced with.
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Yoga for the New Parent Yoga for the New Parent
News by S. Stone Ripple of One Stone
The Lesson of Becoming a Mother, unbeknownst to me, was to be the absolute loneliest, most challenged I have ever been in my thirty-some years of life. What does all of this have to do with yoga? For me, yoga is part of my healing; part of my getting “back to normal.” It is a place to find space and heal.
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5 Ultimate Wellness Retreats 5 Ultimate Wellness Retreats
Whether you are a Zen mama, extreme fitness buff, the no-frills girl or the luxe spa gal. These resorts are sure to get any woman super charged.
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Stetches while at your desk Stetches while at your desk
News by Breanna Ridsdel
But what the typical adult does at work is sit in a desk chair for eight hours, plus a sitting-down commute both ways and an evening spent in front of the TV. This is a recipe for ruin. Sitting all day increases our risk for obesity and puts us at risk for back pain, poor posture, leg cramps, tense muscles and sheer boredom.
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 Here's How You Rehab from the Worst Injury of your Life Here's How You Rehab from the Worst Injury of your Life
In June 2013 wingsuit pilot Jamie Flynn crashed into the side of a Turkish mountain on a wingsuit flight, crushing the right side of his body. This series tells the story of that accident, his road to recovery and his determination to re-enter the sport that he loves.
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 What does Long-term success in Yoga Practice look like? What does Long-term success in Yoga Practice look like?
News by Michael Dynie
How do you define a good practice? That’s very individual, but its obviously much more than just good posture.
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2014 Summer Bucket List 2014 Summer Bucket List
You've waited for summer, you've counted down the days and now it's here—it's finally here! It's time to #YOLO with your besties and finally let loose and be fancy-free.
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 Beginner Yoga for stress management - Beginner Yoga for stress management -
News by Research Mayo Clinic
Yoga is one of the best tools available for stress management. That’s because it is a multifaceted practice that taps into the mind, body, emotions, and spirit, so it can help reduce stress on all levels.
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10 Life Lessons From A Navy Seal. I Will Always Remember #4. 10 Life Lessons From A Navy Seal. I Will Always Remember #4.
Remarks by Naval Adm. William H. McRaven, BJ '77, ninth commander of U.S.Special Operations Command, Texas Exes Life Member, and Distinguished Alumnus.
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Brittany Gill: Brittany Gill: "Cancer Girl"
After 30-year-old Brittany Gill was diagnosed with cervical cancer, she did what any CrossFit athlete would: She used her chemotherapy IV pole for an overhead squat.
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Cowgirl Yoga goes mermaid Cowgirl Yoga goes mermaid
News by Margaret Burns Vap
In theory, we all understand the benefits of disconnecting. In practice, it's tough to implement.
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Sitting, standing, or walking: What's the best way to work? Sitting, standing, or walking: What's the best way to work?
We sit to commute. Sit at our computers. Sit at meetings. Relax…by sitting at home. In North America, most adults sit for about 9.3 hours. And that’s bad news for our health.
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United For Bikes United For Bikes
News by Press Release
Bikes are a simple solution to complex problems, whether it's improving health or avoiding urban gridlock in the U.S. or trying to reach a healthcare clinic in rural Africa. This Bike Month, PeopleForBikes and World Bicycle Relief are teaming up to change lives through the power of bicycles, locally and globally—and we need your help.
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Climb Against the Odds -  the Breast Cancer Fund's annual mountaineering expedition Climb Against the Odds - the Breast Cancer Fund's annual mountaineering expedition
News by Press Release
Experience Optional. Inspiration Guaranteed. VIDEO TRAILER FROM THE 2009 MT MCKINLEY CLIMB
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Feel younger, live longer:  Meet the healthiest places in the world Feel younger, live longer: Meet the healthiest places in the world
Today we look at the healthiest places in the world to live and enjoy all your fun pursuits
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Eating for Earth! Eating for Earth!
News by Captain Lizzy
Mother Earth fills our bellies everyday, so in her honor I’ve decided to write about ‘food’ for Earth Day. We eat three times a day, everyday… so our food choices have a huge impact on our health and, simultaneously, the health of the planet.
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The Father's Eyes The Father's Eyes
News by Author Unknown
Great story of Persistence and Love. Get the Hankie Ready.
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Millet Buddha Bowl Millet Buddha Bowl
If you’ve never heard of a “Buddha Bowl,” let me start with a quick explanation. Simply stated, a Buddha Bowl is anything you want to toss into a bowl topped with a “special sauce.” It’s said that the bowl gets its name from the Buddha’s belly, which is packed so full it bulges with goodness.
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Eggs are Great for Athletes but know what you are buying Eggs are Great for Athletes but know what you are buying
Eggs are quite possibly the world's perfect protein source. The six grams of protein in each egg has the highest biological value—a measure of how well it supports your body's protein needs—of any food, including beef. The yolks contain vitamin B12, deficiencies of which can cause attention, mood, and thinking problems.
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6 Powerful Questions That Will Change Your Life Forever 6 Powerful Questions That Will Change Your Life Forever
News by James McWhinney
A few years ago I was lost. Frustrated. Scared. Unsure. Anxious. Trapped. Unfulfilled. Stuck in a dead-end job. Smothered by society’s expectations. Didn’t have a clue what I wanted to do with my life.
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 SURVIVE TO FREERUN | Mike Wilson SURVIVE TO FREERUN | Mike Wilson
Mike created 'Survive To Freerun', to dedicated it to his son Jayden Wilson, who was diagnosed with a Terminal Brain Tumour over 7 months ago, and was given an average of 12 months to live. He's 4 yrs old.
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Where do I begin? Where do I begin?
News by Joe Lopez - Personal Trainer
10 years ago I was finished with my athletic career. Due to a torn ligament in my elbow my baseball playing career had ended.
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Research on Gastrointestinal Problems During Running Research on Gastrointestinal Problems During Running
News by Pete Bomahn
“Joggers trots.” “The runs.” Whatever you call it, gastrointestinal problems are no stranger to many runners.
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From the start, to make the most of your life, you have to prepare your mind and body…just like a fighter does. From the start, to make the most of your life, you have to prepare your mind and body…just like a fighter does.
News by Trainer D. Ward
When it comes right down to it, everyone is a fighter in one respect or another. You may be fighting to become the next champion of the world or simply fighting for a better life.
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Pass The Ball Pass The Ball
News by Dress Code
Ethan King is a 14 year old from Michigan with a vision to give soccer balls to kids in need all over the world. Don't miss watching this video and please help support thi wonderful work.
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Need some quick energy.....after reading this you may think twice Need some quick energy.....after reading this you may think twice
News by Research Press Release
Athletes Gain Same Performance Enhancements From Pantry Snacks
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Bamboo disappearing Bamboo disappearing
The once rising fabric has all but disappeared from your favorite lines of active wear
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 Get your energy for the day with this smoothie recipe Get your energy for the day with this smoothie recipe
We know what you’re thinking, but this perfect combo of power foods will give you long-lasting energy (and it actually tastes good!)
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VIDEO - Surfing For Change: Pro Surfers vs GMOs VIDEO - Surfing For Change: Pro Surfers vs GMOs
Pro surfer and activist, Kyle Thiermann, takes a trip to the north shore of Oahu to find out how GMOs are impacting the land and the people on the Hawaiian Islands -- and what it means for the rest of us.
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Eat like an Olympian with healthy eating tips Eat like an Olympian with healthy eating tips
News by Guest Haynes
Olympic chef Allen Tran dishes on how America's athletes fueled for Sochi
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How to boost your immune system to stay healthy How to boost your immune system to stay healthy
News by Dr. Reaburn talks about his latest book
Most serious athletes young and old get sick at some stage. The sore throat or illness may be due to training too hard and / or too long and / or too often, hanging around people with illness, not eating well, or not easing up on training when the stress of life (work, relationships, travel etc) builds up
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 Healthy eating practices of the hunks Healthy eating practices of the hunks
An increased libido is only the beginning
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Multivitamins: Yay or Nay? Multivitamins: Yay or Nay?
News by blogger Maleeff
Multivitamin usage has been a hot topic in recent months, as research and experts have come out with the advice to stop taking these vitamin and mineral supplements. Why?
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The Importance of a Strong Meditation Pose The Importance of a Strong Meditation Pose
News by Olav Aarts
Olav Aarts talks us through the importance of a strong meditation pose. Keeping the mind still with a still body.
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Namaste: The YJ Blog Namaste: The YJ Blog
News by Jennifer D'Angelo Friedman
10 Questions for Sochi Yogi Jamie Anderson
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Dr. Heather Weidner: Life In Reverse Dr. Heather Weidner: Life In Reverse
News by SSN Staff
PrAna ambassador Dr. Heather (Robinson) Weidner leaves her busy career as a veterinarian to follow her passion. Inspired by her late mother's words " Life is short and fragile, go out and get it now", Heather takes a step back to reset her priorities before heading out to travel the world to explore, play, climb and live simply.
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The Test of Fitness The Test of Fitness
A documentary about creating the ultimate test of fitness, the CrossFit Games.
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Body Acceptance Blueprint Body Acceptance Blueprint
News by Blogger Curvy Yoga
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Florida teen fighting brain cancer has Make-a-Wish dream fulfilled with help of surfing dog  Florida teen fighting brain cancer has Make-a-Wish dream fulfilled with help of surfing dog
News by SSN Staff
The heartwarming moment 15-year-old Caleb Acosta ditched his wheelchair and climbed on the front of a salt-loving therapy dog's board was filmed at California's Del Mar Beach. Caleb, who is unable to walk, was wheeled out into the waves with Ricochet wagging her tail at his side. SSN Thanks Make-a-Wish for their great work and wish our best to Caleb.
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35 ideas that just might help you live a better life.... 35 ideas that just might help you live a better life....
News by Joanthan Field
SSN Has been following the Good Life Project and added a direct tab to the site in our Wellness Portal - Join and Follow
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Huge Filipino charity walk breaks Guinness records Huge Filipino charity walk breaks Guinness records
News by Press Release
A Philippine Christian sect has broken two records for organizing the largest charity walk in an effort to raise funds for survivors of last year's Typhoon Haiyan, a Guinness World Records official said Sunday.
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Beautiful Beach spots to warm your bones during this massive winter storm in the U.S. Beautiful Beach spots to warm your bones during this massive winter storm in the U.S.
News by SSN
Our Friends in Sochi are basking in the sun BUT.... for most of us in the U.S. we are stuck in a massive winter storm, indoors again, including the entire staff at SSN. So we thought we all needed a little of this. Dream on.
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A Seamless Transition From Winter to Spring A Seamless Transition From Winter to Spring
News by Juliana Jacobs
This winter is hitting like a ton of bricks (or hailstones, for all intents and purposes). The air is frigid, the streets are slippery and the subway cars are lined with brown residue from an abundance of slushy Ugg boots.
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Beyond Painkillers: Can Yoga Help Relieve Your Back Pain? Beyond Painkillers: Can Yoga Help Relieve Your Back Pain?
News by Eva Norlyk Smith, Ph.D YogaUonline
Does yoga offer a viable complement to painkillers or even surgery in the treatment of back pain? And if so, what might the treatment of back pain look like in the future?
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 A Breath of Life A Breath of Life
News by SSN Staff
To some people, surfing is a way of life. From birth, they are taught that the ocean is a resource, a place of healing, and something you never turn your back on.To cystic fibrosis patients, the ocean is something entirely different, it is a way to prolong their lives.
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Soccer Isn't for Girly-Girls? How Parents Pick the Sports Their Daughters Play Soccer Isn't for Girly-Girls? How Parents Pick the Sports Their Daughters Play
News by Hilary Levey Friedman
Should a girl do soccer, dance, or chess? It depends on what kind of a woman her mom and dad want her to become.
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How David Beats Goliath How David Beats Goliath
News by Guest Bloger Malcolm Gladwell
When underdogs break the rules
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How Can I stay Pumped for a late Night Workout How Can I stay Pumped for a late Night Workout
News by James Grage
With all the things that come up in a day, evening workouts can sometimes get lost in the mix. Learn how to stay on track and push through any workout, no matter the time of day.
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MLL Partners with HEADstrong MLL Partners with HEADstrong
Major League Lacrosse, the premier professional outdoor lacrosse league, announced today that it has partnered with the HEADstrong Foundation to help raise awareness about blood cancers to the extended lacrosse community and its fans.
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Why You Should Get 'Hip' to Yoga Injuries Why You Should Get 'Hip' to Yoga Injuries
News by DR. JOSEPH HORRIGAN
A recent article in the New York Times addressed the significant number of hip injuries reported by yoga practitioners. Yoga is very popular and considered benign by millions of women and men, but this is not the truth.
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Submit your original video, article, story or blog for a chance for your work to be viewed by millions who share your passion for sports. Submit your original video, article, story or blog for a chance for your work to be viewed by millions who share your passion for sports.
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No pain, no gain? Getting the most out of exercise No pain, no gain? Getting the most out of exercise
News by Catherine de Lange
Staying in shape has all sorts of benefits, from maintaining heart health to warding off dementia and cancer
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Here are 7 Breathtaking Places You Need To See Before You Die Here are 7 Breathtaking Places You Need To See Before You Die
News by SSN Travel
Life is short, and this world is beautiful. So in the time we have allotted to us, it is important to find places that take our breath away, that leave us speechless and unable to do anything except bask in the vastness that is our existence.
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Getting outside in the City of Roses Getting outside in the City of Roses
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You’ll never believe where these waterfalls are hidden (hint: it’s not Hawaii) You’ll never believe where these waterfalls are hidden (hint: it’s not Hawaii)
News by Travis Burke
Get Hiking and Climbing now.....If you want scratch this spot off your bucket list
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Why dogs are awesome team players Why dogs are awesome team players
Living a healthy lifestyle is a lot easier with a good adventure buddy at the ready
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 Get inspired to take the Great American Road Trip Get inspired to take the Great American Road Trip
Author Brendan Leonard's new 'The New American Road Trip Mixtape' will get even the most adventure-adverse person driving into the sunset
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15 Surprising Muscle-Building Foods 15 Surprising Muscle-Building Foods
You’ve probably never heard of some of them. Others may already be in your fridge. All of them, however, have the power to push you toward your physique goals—and beyond.
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No Excuses: How Regular Exercisers Get into the Habit No Excuses: How Regular Exercisers Get into the Habit
News by Alison Ford
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Winter Survival Guide for Summer Athletes Winter Survival Guide for Summer Athletes
If you are primarily a summer sports enthusiast, you may find it incredibly difficult to get motivated to train through the cold, dark winter months
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LET'S MEDITATE!! LET'S MEDITATE!!
A beginner's guide to meditation practice.
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Choking Under Pressure Choking Under Pressure
Why it happens and what you can do to avoid it
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