TWEET VIA @DONBETZ: From The Economist Espresso: Mission accomplished:…

From The Economist Espresso: Mission accomplished: Russia and Syria econ.st/1prBVUa

Read more

Free Weights vs. Machines

  by Taylor Mogg If you walk into any gym or fitness facility there is an overwhelming amount of exercise equipment, consisting of free weights and machines. How do you know which equipment is best for you? Below is a list of advantages of both free weights and machines to hopefully make it easier to […]

Read more

TWEET VIA @DONBETZ: From The Economist Espresso: Shaky steps: ending S…

From The Economist Espresso: Shaky steps: ending Syria’s war econ.st/1p8baTU

Read more

Learn to Love Exercise

Learn to Love Exercise by: LeShelby Winrow Are you one of those people that hates exercising or find it to be a hassle? As research has proven is important to engage in physical activity almost daily. It is beneficial for every aspect of health. It can help improve body composition, cardiovascular health, flexibility, and can […]

Read more

Stretching

by: Lauren Clonts For some people, stretching is a mandatory way to end a workout while others end their workouts and leave as fast as possible. Whether or not you stretch and how you stretch can improve or decrease your performance. Stretching before a workout is crucial to prevent injuries and stretching after is to […]

Read more

2016 Central Oklahoma Debate Institute

  Click Here to Fill out the Application Form Dates: July 24-30, 2016 Costs: Registration Before June 1 Cost of Institute: $300 Cost of Housing: $200 Registration After June 1 Cost of Institute: $350 Cost of Housing: :$225 Meal Plan: Cost $150 Covers 3 meals a day, M-F of the camp. The Institute will provide Dinner […]

Read more

Are Muscle Imbalances Your Issue?

Normally, when we think of muscle imbalance, we think of the guy with a huge upper body and tiny legs. While that is imbalance, it isn’t what health and fitness professionals use the term as. Muscle imbalances occur when one muscle is stronger than its opposing muscle causing restricted range of motion of the joint, […]

Read more

Why Resistance Train?

By: LeShelby Winrow What is resistance training and why should we be doing it? Resistance training is any exercise that causes the muscle to contract against an outside force. This can be done using weight, resistance bands or bodyweight. Resistance training can be done separately or combined with a cardiovascular routine. The American College of […]

Read more

TWEET VIA @DONBETZ: Two quakes tonight at home. Strong shake just now…

Two quakes tonight at home. Strong shake just now at 8:35PM.

Read more

Why We Need Sleep

By: Taylor Mogg Sleep is essential for a person’s health and well-being. Yet, millions of people do not get the proper amount of sleep that is needed every night (around 8 hours); with reasons varying from sleep disorders to simply watching too much Netflix at night. We all know how we feel the next morning […]

Read more