Friday, June 06, 2014

Aaron Rodgers is Gaining Flexibility Through Yoga

Green Bay Packers quarterback, Aaron Rogers, is thinning out this off-season in an attempt to create more
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flexibility and be less suspect to injury. He has stated recently in an interview with a major sports network that he has already lost eleven pounds, which would be his lightest weight since joining the NFL. He has been incorporating yoga in his workouts, which has immediately increased his flexibility, and according to Rogers, has increased his health.

Last season's broken collarbone and 2010's concussion are the only injuries that have ever caused Rogers to miss playing time. Increased flexibility certainly wouldn't assist either of those injuries.

boston yogaNow that Rogers is 30, he is aiming his training at that which can lengthen his career, and if that means spending time in a San Diego, Green Bay or Boston Yoga studio, and less time in the weight room, that is fine with him. If the Green Bay Packers can get Rogers for 16 games this season, they have a legit chance in being super bowl contenders.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Which Bruins Will Show Up Tonight vs. Red Wings?

Bruins coach Claude Julien was adamant Tuesday afternoon that there wasn't a huge difference between his team's performance in Game 1, a 1-0 loss to the Detroit Red Wings, and Game 2, a 4-1 win for the Bruins.
Forget the tone-setting hits, the number of scrums, or the Red Wings' ability to skate faster at times, the physicality was still there in the Bruins' playoff series opener, Julien said. So for him to project what kind of team will hit the ice Tuesday night at Joe Louis Arena was difficult to ascertain.

Tuesday, April 01, 2014


The 2013 World Series champion Red Sox were honored on the South Lawn of the White House on Tuesday, with President Barack Obama paying tribute to the team for helping Bostonians cope with the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings. To hear the ceremony, check the WEEI audio on demand page.

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Sunday, February 16, 2014

11 reasons Olympic hockey is better than the NHL

The NHL’s over-expansion led to a dilution of talent. The Olympics doesn’t have that problem, as each of the 12 nations in the tournament have squads made up of the best hockey players in the land. In that way, every Olympic game is like the NHL All-Star game, only the players care and play defense.
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From 2/16/2014

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Ryan Dempster spoke in a strong, clear voice on Sunday when describing why he had decided to step away from baseball after a 16-year career that included a World Series championship with the Red Sox.
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