During our warm up mobility section of training I frequently need to remind members to try to maintain nasal breathing, especially on the inhale. This often continues into the main sections of power and strength work but, why? What’s so important about sustaining nasal breathing? Before looking at why we should breath nasally let’s first […]
Snoring is a common occurrence. According to the American Academy of Otolaryngology, 45 percent of normal adults snore while 25 percent are habitual snorers. However, the likelihood of snoring is
Crossing your legs or even talking can have a significant impact on your blood pressure reading according to the American Heart Association, which identifies seven common errors that can lead to inaccurate blood pressure readings. May is National High Blood Pressure Education Month and the American Heart Association, the nation’s largest volunteer health organization, is […]
What a planet needs to sustain life
“Venus is too hot, Mars is too cold, and Earth is just right,” says planetary scientist Dave Brain.
Gorgeous photos of the Milky Way, reflected in the biggest natural mirror in the world
The key to a perfect photo of the stars? Salt at your feet. On a vast salt plain at the top of the Andes, the sky converges with the earth from December through March. Located 11,994 feet (3,656 meters) above sea level in southwestern Bolivia, Salar de Uyuni is the largest salt plain in the…
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Collapsible Furniture Hangs on Your Wall When Not In Use
When i see this post, i was so amazed to see. This is so interesting work of art.
Designer Jongha Choi built furniture that can collapse into flat, 2D shapes you can hang on your wall