A Candid Interview With Rudolph (The Red-nosed Reindeer)

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Yes, we are talking about the same Rudolph. Maybe you’ve not met him but you know “His-story.” However before now he had not told “His-story,” because as he put it, “history” had distorted it, and no one would listen to him. Fortunately I got the opportunity to sit down and have a candid conversation with Rudolph – The Red-nosed Reindeer.

The story as we know it has been summed up in a Christmas Carol which we all know and love. We sing it with our kids, we sing it when we trounce through the snow caroling in our neighborhoods. It makes us feel good, makes us appreciate the season and makes us root for the underdog or under-deer in this case.

So how about if we get started!

Tony: Hello Rudolph it is an absolute pleasure to have the opportunity to finally visit with you. I have only a few questions and would like to jump right in.

Chargers Lose To Steelers In Final Seconds

Chargers Lose To Steelers In Final Seconds

Snowing at Heinz Field

(Best Syndication News) The San Diego Chargers lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the final seconds of Sunday’s snowy and blistering cold game. It all came down to a 32-yard field goal by Jeff Reed after a 6 minute 30 second march down the field running down the clock to just 11 seconds. Reed had to hit it.

The win put the Steelers in the top spot of the AFC North after the Ravens lost to the Giants. They did it with Rothlisberger completing 31-for-41 passing for 308 yards bringing their record to 7-3. But Reed scored the points in this game hitting three field goals. James Harrison was also credited with a safety at Heinz field.

How Elliptical Exercise Machines Improve Cardiovascular Health

Elliptical exercise machines are becoming more and more popular and sophisticated in their overall design since their introduction in the 90s. It is estimated that millions of Americans use elliptical trainers in their home gyms. The reason for their popularity is the low-impact design and total body workout these machines provide. Elliptical exercise machines are hard to beat when it comes to improving cardiovascular health. They are safe for older people, beginners and even expectant mothers, yet challenging enough for the most serious fitness buff.

Low Impact Design Prevents Injuries

Experts agree that weight-bearing activities such as jogging and aerobics are necessary to maintain healthy bone density. Weight-baring exercises include all activities where you remain standing on your feet. The problem is that many of these exercises are hard on the joints by jarring the bones and muscles. You may aggravate old injuries or even injure yourself all over again. Knees, ankles, hips and the back are all prone to feel the impact of these types of workouts. Therapists often prescribe low impact exercises for people recovering from an accident, people who suffer from arthritis or pregnant women. This is where elliptical exercise machines fit in.

Treadmill vs Outdoor Running -- Pros and Cons

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What are the advantages of the treadmill vs outdoor running, and should you spend the money on such an expensive piece of equipment when you can go outside and exercise for free? After weighing the pros and the cons of health considerations, you’ll likely conclude that treadmills offer all the same calorie burning and weight loss benefits of exercising outdoors. But can even the best cardio workout on a treadmill compare to the tangibles you can get outside, such as wind resistance and varied terrain?
Here are some arguments to help you determine which is right for you in the treadmill vs road running debate.

Cons of the Treadmill vs Outdoor Running

Let’s look at some of the things considered to be drawbacks with treadmill vs road running:

The History of the Trampoline

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The early origins of the trampoline are open to some debate although it is said that the Inuit people developed an early form of the apparatus, using a walrus skin to toss each other into the air. There is also evidence of some people in Europe being thrown into the air by a number of people holding a blanket such as Sancho Panza in the novel Don Quixote, although instances of “blanketing” such as this are clearly non-voluntary instances of quasi-judicial, mob administered punishment.

It is certain, however, that in the early years of the 20th century some acrobats used a “bouncing bed” on the stage to entertain the audience. The bouncing in bed was actually a form of small trampoline covered in bedclothes and used mostly during comedy routines.

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