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Merit vs Attractiveness: A Discrepancy
The NBA Leads the Way in Sports for LGBT Pride
Posture for Musicians
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Merit vs Attractiveness: A Discrepancy

As the Olympics are in full swing, all sports outlets are humming with articles detailing who to watch, what to watch, when to watch it, who’s not attending, and the Zika virus. Naturally, the title ofTop Ten Male Volleyball Players to Watch at Rio 2016caught my attention. The article itself was fine. A little outdated considering some of the players mentioned weren’t even attending, but that wasn’t that big of an issue.

The issue that arose from this article came in the form of another related headline from the same source that, although written about the female counterparts in Rio, grows beyond the scope of sport and into the realm of society.

The NBA Leads the Way in Sports for LGBT Pride

Here’s something I don’t remember ever saying; I want to applaud the NBA as a league.

Today, they released rainbow logo t-shirts for every NBA team in honor of Gay Pride month.

During a pivotal time in our country, and the world, for human rights, equality, and tolerance, the league has basically carried the banner for LGBT support. The NBA was the first major North American sports league with an openly gay player, and is now the first to feature officially licensed merchandise in the LGBT pride rainbow.

Posture for Musicians

As a classically trained vocalist, I have heard preaching about posture from a very young age. I have heard someone focus on the importance of posture multiple times every week from the age of six until even today; choir directors, private voice teachers, professors, and sometimes from actual preachers!

For singers, it makes intuitive sense; your body is your instrument, if it’s not aligned properly, how can it work its best? The ability to relax the vocal mechanism, thereby unlocking the body’s natural resonance, requires the neck to be stacked neatly on top of the shoulders.

Prenatal Care at HordoN HEALTH, pt.II

I have been blessed, several times now, by clients coming in to notify me of the need for a significant change in their routine due to conception. It is always a moment of great joy for me, as I thoroughly enjoy working with prenatal and postnatal clients, and love the chance to usher my already highly valued clients through some of the most special physical moments in their lives.

When an existing client tells me that they’re pregnant, I’m usually one of the first to know, as the safety of the newly conceived and expecting mother can be greatly aided or tremendously deteriorated by a coach or trainer.



In Boston, that number means a little more than it does in most other places. Our city has a connection to the Marathon unlike any other sporting event. For decades, even before tragedy brought the world’s eyes upon the Hub three years ago, we were lining the route in pockets of pandemonium from Hopkinton to Heartbreak Hill to the packed sidewalks in the heart of Back Bay.

The Boston Marathon is the grandmother who everyone looked forward to seeing, because she is the best host with amazing stories and a certain air about her.
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