Treadmill A treadmill is a type of indoor exercise machine that allows a person to walk, run, or jog in place. Most are electric, but some can be manual; both sorts operate with a circular belt that loops around a stationary base. They are popular in gyms and sports clubs, and can also be purchased […]
Love them or hate them (dreadmills). Essential to surviving your winters in some semblance of fitness in the north; and ditto to surviving summers in the scorching summers in the southwest. Treadmills. I did a 10 mile run on a treadmill once. That was more than enough for me. Did you know there is a […]
Everyone knows that the human body needs a certain amount of vitamins and minerals everyday to function properly and remain healthy. A well balanced diet can supply your body with the vitamins it needs, although problems and disorders can arise if your diet doesn’t supply your body with the vitamins it needs. The symptoms of […]
When many people start running they usually can’t run for a long amount of time. That is to be anticipated because the body has not been trained to adapt the greater requirements enforced by running quicker or longer. One way to build up your running endurance is to simply run a little bit longer every […]
When injury or access to mountain trails prevent you from doing hill training you can employ a treadmill, a weight vest and some creativity to garner an effective workout. A previous post described doing Walking Hill Repeats on a treadmill while wearing a weight vest. In addition to this, try adding Sidewise Shuffle Hill Repeats […]
The top picture is a delicacy Nigerians know as Moinmoin. The similar looking bottom picture is called Abara and is a popular delicacy in Bahia, a state in Brazil with 90% black population. Both are made with same ingredients, prepared the same way and the only main difference is Abara is wrapped in banana leaves which is different from what Nigerians use. African culture in Brazil and other parts of south America and Cuba has survived in many forms having been transplanted via slave trade and in many ways much more than in Africa presently. Yoruba language is spoken (and deities worshiped) in Bahia, Brazil and many other parts of South America. So when next you visit Brazil, you can try Abara if you feel like some moinmoin!!
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