In an ideal world, pizza wouldn’t have fat and you could simply burn more calories by scrolling on your computer instead of strolling down the street. But as we know, that ain’t happening. You have to eat right, get moving, and keep a sense of humor about things.
Or do neither of the first two options and instead tweet about the fitness struggle. That works, too.
Damien Walters is a gymnast, a stuntperson for films like The Huntsman: Winter’s War, Kingsman: The Secret Service, 47 Ronin, and Skyfall, and a crazy person. You would have to be a crazy person to propose a stunt that would have you flipping over a Formula E race car driving directly towards you at 62 miles an hour.
But wait! You’re not just flipping, but backflipping, so you can’t even see the car coming. Well, that’s what he did. And although it’s an overly used expression, you have to see it to believe it.
In 1974, Photographer Angelo Simon had the enviable assignment of spending two days with boxing legend and American icon Muhammad Ali as he trained in rural Pennsylvania for his Rumble in the Jungle fight against George Foreman.
Peanuts and Cracker Jack? That’s so boring. A normal hot dog? Meh.
Now that baseball season is in full swing — pun intended — stadiums across the country are bringing their “A” game when it comes to giving the classic ballpark frank some ridiculously caloric (but creative) modifications.
Naming your child is a big deal and takes a lot of time and consideration. That’s why the way Robert Querry, a high school baseball coach forHeritage High School in Palm Bay, Florida, chose to name his second son is making some headlines.
Querry has been coaching for 11 years, and when he took the coaching job, the team had come off of three losing seasons.
But he could see how they had the potential to do great things, and respected them because they never quit.