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Like many young men who labored through youth football leagues, high school competition and eventually the college gridiron, Gino Gradkowski had visions of reaching the pinnacle of his profession and playing in the NFL. But Gradkowski — whose...
This is a classic yoga pose that can easily be incorporated into your daily workout routine. It stretches the muscles in the back of your legs and your spine, and, at the same time, you'll also strengthen your arms and upper body. 1. Begin by sitting...
Matt Birk sat out his fifth straight practice, and coach John Harbaugh essentially ruled the Ravens center out of the team’s preseason opener against the Atlanta Falcons next Thursday. “Matt is resting,” Harbaugh said Friday. “...
email@example.comLEXINGTON — As Kentucky’s strength and conditioning coach, Ray “Rock” Oliver doesn’t get involved much in recruiting. But he surely had much to do with why Justin Taylor is a Wildcat. Taylor reopened his recruiting last...
Anyone who watches sports even only occasionally realizes how devastating knee injuries are for star athletes. Typically, athletes who suffer from an ACL injury are out for the rest of the season and must undergo knee surgery with a six to eight week...
Jump-ropes aren't just for kids. Adults are turning to this fun activity because it's a great workout that improves your timing, coordination, agility and cardiorespiratory endurance. Jumping rope is a total body exercise that involves nearly every...
Q13 FOX News OnlineA Seattle woman has settled with Group Health Cooperative for $2.5 million after she said she was the recipient of "poor medical care" that led to permanent, partial paralysis in her lower extremities and other issues. Her attorney, Jeffrey Campiche,...
After an unpredictable Ravens’ offseason that included a major injury to one of their best players, a slew or free agent exits and the threat of holdouts from two of their Pro Bowl performers, Ravens coach John Harbaugh greeted reporters Tuesday...
A growing number of people looking for less invasive procedures than plastic surgery or Botox injections to do away with wrinkles and sagging jawlines are turning to the ancient Chinese-rooted practice of acupuncture. And they are starting to come to...
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A common mistake people make when working out is to train only the muscles they can see like the chest, arms and legs. But don't forget about the important muscles in your back. Here are two ways you can target your midback and buttock muscles in a safe...
POQUOSON — Maggie Tyler didn't need a personal trainer to help her earn a college softball scholarship. At 6-feet and with a fastball already maxing near the mid-60s, Virginia Tech got her commitment to a full ride shortly after her freshman...
Karina d'Erizans is featured in the new South Beach-based reality show "The Catalina." The series, which airs 8 p.m. Tuesdays on The CW, chronicles the partying and drama of the hotel's staff. The native of Venezuela is a nursing student at Miami-Dade...
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