Lose Weight Naturally: 9 More Weight Loss Tips

Everyone has a desire to shed their weight as quickly as possible. I wish I had a magic wand that I could wave over all obese people and your excess fat would be gone forever. This is simply not the case. Here are some easy-to-follow weight loss tips to help you reach your goal slowly and methodically. So I hope […]

Oklahoma City deserves to lose – Long live the Sonics

It’s fun to watch Oklahoma City fans get upset when Kevin Durant comes to town. On Wednesday night, the Golden State Warriors arrived at MidFirst Bank Arena and, as happened last year, the Thunder Faithful treated KD and his scorching Twitter account with a healthy round of boos, taunts, and placards proclaiming things like ” Integrity trumps rings, “which is […]

Big 12 Expansion: Impact on Softball Programs

If you follow college sports, you’ve probably heard that the Big 12 is looking to expand. At first they weren’t going to expand and everyone thought the expansion conversation was dead. Then, in the Big 12 Days for Media, Bob Bowlsby announced that he had been given approval to begin examining two or four potential candidates for expansion. We all […]

How Good Are Shotguns Made In India?

The DBBL (Double Barrel) pistol is a versatile and excellent weapon for shooting birds and ducks. However, it is not a weapon of self-defense nor an instrument for the soldier. Indian ordinance factories began manufacturing the 12-gauge double-barreled shotgun just after independence. The IOFs have been making the weapon for many decades and it can be said that over a […]

Professional style as a hobbyist

When I started boxing, I had a textbook on fan posture and style; hands up, left hand about six inches from chin, fairly upright stance, and active defense with a focus on “cover and counter” rhythm. It wasn’t long before my coach took me aside and told me this was not going to work. It made me bring my hands […]

Quick Player’s efficiency rating

Although basketball has been around for almost 125 years, it is a sport that is still growing when it comes to analytics. In recent years, more and more information is being sent to players and coaches in the form of advanced statistics. One of my favorites is the Player Efficiency Ratio (PER) developed by John Hollinger a few years ago. […]

Letter to the World Series

It has been played since 1903. The New York Yankees have won it twenty-seven times, and the Houston Astros, San Diego Padres, Milwaukee Brewers, Texas Rangers and four other teams are still looking for their first win. What is it? It’s the World Series and it’s a highlight for sports enthusiasts every fall. The World Series doesn’t really span the […]

New book affirms that true leadership lies in recognizing human imperfections

James Robilotta has held a variety of roles in his life, from student leader to student affairs professional, comedian, public speaker, and personal life coach. Those experiences have given him the opportunity to lead, be mentored, and help develop new leaders, ultimately leading him to a powerful understanding: “I see a problem in developing leaders today: they think they need […]

Crazed metaphors: quarterbacks and decisions

“If you’re a quarterback,” argues Tom Brady of the New England Patriots, “you want everything on your shoulders. You want to be the decision maker.” Quarterback or ordinary decision maker, we’ve all felt the burden of decision making. Metaphorical football achieves touchdown status only through a combination of the right people, the right conditions, and the right decisions. Excitement about […]

Joe Namath Bio and Interesting Facts – New York Jets

A word to summarize from Joe Namath? Confidence. In soccer, it’s what separates the average quarterback from the championship quarterback. When experts talk about confidence, the discussion inevitably turns to Joe Namath. Three days before Super Bowl III in 1969, Joe Namath blatantly guaranteed that his upstart New York Jets would defeat the mighty Baltimore Colts. With Joe’s confident statement, […]