For those who know me and those who do not. I am sorry for being gone for so long. I have been coaching football overseas. I left in January 2012 and I have to India to help start American Football here. I know, I know. It can not be done but wait with the coaching staff that has experience playing and coaching from the high school to the elite. It has been a challenge at times it has also be very rewarding. Here is a presentation of the hard work of the coaches and management of the EFLI (Elite Football League of India).
THE FIRST AMERICAN FOOTBALL GAME PLAYED ON INDIAN SOIL!!
Football is everywhere! Don’t believe me, support the game and you will see.
History is the making, THE FIRST AMERICAN FOOTBALL GAME PLAYED ON INDIAN SOIL!!
HYDERABAD VS. BANGALORE PROMO
WE DOING IT WORLDWIDE, COMING TO COUNTRY NEAR YOU!
I did not get a chance to ring the New Year in with my church people so I rang it in with family and friends. Very low key but got mediating about what was giving to me the past year and thanking Jesus for them. As I said, do something new in the first month that you would not normally do. Well I have done it before but it has a spiritual effect on my so that is why I do the Polar Bear Plunge in Lake Michigan. This is my spiritual baptism for the new year. Get feeling of accomplishment. I know that I am doing it for a renewed spirit and effects to get closer to God. Thanks Jesus for giving my the strength and adventure in my heart to do such a feat.
The list of new things for each month has started for me. Watch me accomplish this feat for the month of January.
The book is closing on 2011 and a new book called 2012 is about to be writing. I have 6 things people should try going into the new year:
1. Forget about planning a RESOLUTION this year, PLAN a SOLUTION. (SIGN)
2. Do something in the first month you would not do normally, it has a spiritual effect on you, trust me. (UP FOR MY)
3. Do not lower your expectations to raise other’s expectations!
4. Pray and talk everyday to your HIGHER power. (BLOG)
5. Keep it healthy as possible, get at least 30 mins of physical activity in your life. (www.6pointathletics.com)
6. Learn something new every month about yourself or your surroundings. (FITNESS AND PERFORMANCE TIPS EVERY MONTH)
See you in the new year 2012. Touchdown!!!
During stressful times, coffee helps us keep going. To give yourself a break, however., consider drinking tea. Research shows that drinking tea for 6 weeks helps lower post stress cortisol and increase relaxation. Habitual tea drinking may also reduce inflammation, potentially benefiting your heart health.
AWWW!! A SPOT OF TEA ANYONE!!!
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The holidays are just around the corner and along with them, the stresses and strains of frenzied holiday parties, shopping, and gift wrapping. Stress has become a fact of life, and for some, the daily norm. Although occasional stress can help improve our focus and performance, living with chronic stress can backfire by causing anxiety, depression and serious health problems. Research shows that stress and unhealthy behaviors contribute to some of our country’s biggest health problems such as obesity, heart disease and diabetes. This stress can also build up inside the body and manifest as back pain, neck pain or headaches… making matters even worse.
The upcoming holiday season is full of reasons for good cheer, but the added demands of the season can also stress the capacities of our bodies. Before holiday stress grabs you in its clutches, or even if it already has, here are 12 Days of Health Tips to boost your health and wellness this holiday season and help you manage the holidays more healthfully and happily.
Understanding who we are, knowing our major struggles, putting them in perspective, and taking action can help us deal with stress. the following strategies can also improve stress tolerance and help lessen the effects of holiday stress on our health.
“Adopting the right attitude can convert a negative stress into positive,” said Hans Selye, author of the ground breaking work around stress theory. When optimism is hard to muster, cognitive-behavioral therapy, which trains people to recognize negative thinking patterns and replace them with more constructive ones, can also help reduce the risk of chronic stress and depression.