As a child growing up in Queens, NYC, I was made fun of from time to time for several reasons - for being Jewish, for being red-headed, for being painfully skinny, for having the name Fred, and for being severely bow-legged. "Where's your horse red Fred Hahn?!" the kids would tease.
The above article titled Muscular Contraction with Measured Movement is from a March 1962 issue of Strength and Health magazine. The article was written by the late Bob Hoffman, founder of the infamous York Barbell Company. The men and women who made up the York company and the enthusiasts who followed their regimens were and still are considered among the "heart and soul" of modern body building and athletics.
I just finished reading a very good book that uses the wisdom of Dale Carnegie as its premise called <a href="The Leader in You. I wanted to share the highlights with you all. I think these principles are the kind of things we need to remember and remind ourselves of often.
I just read this article on a website called Nutrition Horizon that claims that a bowl of cereal with milk is the healthiest breakfast.