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Ry's Baked Berry Oatmeal Recipe

Baked Berry Oatmeal Recipe is one of my new favorite breakfast meal. Some say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. I’m not sure if I completely believe that, but I do believe the first meal sets the tone for the rest of the day.
I know getting complex carbohydrates like oatmeal during the beginning of the day gives me much needed energy and fiber. However, if you’re like some of my clients, you may grow tired of flavored instant oatmeal packets. Well today, I am here to save you from the mundane oatmeal you have come to hate!

The Joseph Kidawski Orchestra

Typically, my musings on this blog are reserved for lifestyle happenings related to sport of exercise. However, I would like to share another important aspect of my own lifestyle, that of a professional musician. This episode retells the tale of the last weekend in Boston for my long time artistic partner, partner in crime, and one of my best friends, Joe Kidawski. 

HordoN HEALTH's staff and ownership believes in a holistic lifestyle, not herbs and crystals, though we're not opposed to holistic healing or lifestyles, but treating each person's life as a whole.

Volleyball: The Defensive Presence - Part 2

Part 2 of a series in developing your mental focus in the game of volleyball. 

(Cont'd.) There is a special type of mental focus required to play defense. Why? Because you have to make a multitude of decisions in less than the time it takes for the setter to get the ball and set up his hitter; that’s roughly less than 2 seconds with even less time
if the middle is attacking. Before the set is even up, the defense should be aware of if the setter is front row or back row, which hitters are eligible to hit and where they are hitting from, their tendencies, if your own setter is front row or back row, and if there is a back row option.

Volleyball: The Defensive Presence - Part 1

This series is dedicated to what seems to be a dying focus in sports: Defense. I'm going to stick to what I know best and that is volleyball. As a coach and player, it kills me to see balls hit the floor without an effort to pick it up. This series outlines the dedication needed to be outstanding in your defensive assignments. 

      Defense isn’t all about getting digs, diving, and making the spectacular play. Are these important? Absolutely. Are they what you should judge your defense on?

One of the Best Exercises is Often Done Incorrectly


This week’s “Nor’Easter”, I use the quotation marks because, as we New Englanders know, a true Nor’Easter features a slightly different type of precipitation than the weather event predicted for this week, got me really yearning for the real thing. I usually shy away from doing articles that feature exercises as the main subject, but I am making an exception here. I have recently been scanning my favorite snow sport websites and magazines, and noticed common workouts and exercises touting their effectiveness at getting riders ready for the season across many of them.
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