|English: Ohio State Buckeyes in 2006 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
Jessica Clark presents How to Choose the Right Sport for Your Child posted at Kenney Myers, saying, "According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, childhood obesity rates have more than doubled in the past 30 years. In fact, the obesity epidemic has gotten so bad that one out of three children in the U.S. were overweight or obese as of 2010. Obesity does not have to be a lifelong sentence for poor health, however. Playing active sports is a great way for children to stay healthy, make friends and have fun."
Sharon Harvey Rosenberg presents Don’t Get Derailed: Overcome Exercise Hurdles posted at Health, Life & Community | Baptist Health South Florida, saying, "By John Fernandez Whether you need to lose weight or combat heart disease, exercise is vital for overall health. But many people find it challenging to stick to an exercise routine. Here are factors that can derail your exercise goals:"
Laura Anderson presents Ways Parents Can Help Their Kids Have a Good Player-Coach Relationship posted at eNannySource, saying, "Respect is at the center of the player-coach relationship. With a setting that is based on respectful behavior, all members of a team can thrive. A parent’s role in helping a child to have a good relationship with a coach is one of instruction, encouragement and support. Unless you, the parent, are the one doing the coaching, it’s not possible to control how the coaching is handled."
Michelle Brown presents 18 Blogs Explaining the Basics of CrossFit posted at Nanny, saying, "The workout craze known as CrossFit was invented in 1995 by Greg Glassman, who then started the fitness company in 2000. Despite the fact that the sport is still in its infancy when compared to other sports, an interest from big time sponsors has helped it explode onto the fitness scene."
footballBill Smith presents Noah Brown Commits To Ohio State posted at eFilmRoom, saying, "Noah Brown's last visit to Ohio State concluded with a commitment for the Buckeyes despite the Sparta, NJ (Pope John XXIII High School) star senior getting many other offers."
Bill Smith presents 4-Star Wide Receiver Noah Brown Becomes A Buckeye posted at eScoutRoom, saying, "Noah Brown, a 4-star wide receiver from Pope John XXIII is now a Buckeye and will be attending The Ohio State University and playing his football there in 2014. Brown is 6 feet 2 inches and weighs 220 pounds."
Bill Smith presents Browns @ Ravens Live game notes and final thoughts posted at FryingPan Sports, saying, "It is not a good idea to come to play the Ratbirds on the day they unfurl their championship banner."
Bill Smith presents Previewing Ohio State Vs. Cal Football Game posted at BrutusReport, saying, "When Ohio State football travels to California on Saturday, there are some concerns for the nationally ranked Buckeyes."
Shane Valdez presents The Mustangs posted at Shane's Journey.
Bill Smith presents The Browns’ 2013 season has just been “Bannered” posted at FryingPan Sports, saying, "While the cat is away the mice will play. The cat is owner Jimmy Haslam. He is away dealing with his own issues around the investigation by the Justice department into Flying J/Pilot."
Bill Smith presents Eric Glover-Williams Commits To Ohio State Football posted at eFilmRoom, saying, "Ohio State Football got its first commitment for 2015 when Eric Glover-Williams announced his intentions on Sunday. Glover-Williams has played just two seasons at Canton McKinley High School, but the two-sport standout has already committed to play for Ohio State in 2015."
Bill Smith presents Recruitment Information About Eric Glover-Williams posted at eScoutRoom, saying, "Eric Glover-Williams is an ESPN 300 Junior standout that not only has experience as a running back, but also has experience as a wide receiver."
Bill Smith presents Coaching analysis of the Chip Kelly Eagle offense posted at FryingPan Sports, saying, "Monday night we got our first regular season view of the new Chip Kelly Eagle offense."
Brian Daniel Young presents The Business of Sports Management posted at Business and Sports Articles Blog - Cerilene.com.
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