Boston's Premiere Sport Performance and Lifestyle Management Company is moving to a new and larger location in the North End. HordoN HEALTH occupation of 44 North Bennet Street will come to an official end May 31, and doors will re-open on 294 North Street across the famous Hanover Street on June 1st.
Moving into what is known by locals as the "new" North End, HordoN HEALTH joins a myriad of other health and beauty boutiques such asJoi Salon
, North End Chiropractic, and North End Footcare.
A Sport of Love Pt I: Wise Words
“Coaching is a profession of love. You can’t coach people unless you love them.”
Eddie Robinson (1919-2007)
Grambling State University Head Coach, 1941-1997
There are many aspects of football that seem odd to those who have never existed within the walls of its inner-sanctum. None seems odder than the position of love in such a violent and aggressive sport. Yet, at least on the high school level, the sport’s violence and aggression is a manifestation of something else, something much more complex.
Joy in rediscovering what your body is capable of
Among exercising adults, runners are in an exceptional
position. Runners are lucky enough to experience what’s referred to as an
“endorphin high”. While most active adults gleam very little pleasure from
their activity of choice, with most viewing exercise as a necessary evil,
necessary for weight loss or weight control, lowering high blood pressure,
rehabilitating after non activity related injury, or a variety of other doctor
prescribed reasons. Runners, however, get a rush of chemical stimulants.
Who Are We? Creating a Championship Mindset Pt. V
The Art of Correction
It is inevitable that players who are treated differently based on performance become terrified of making mistakes. When players are terrified of making mistakes, athletic success becomes impossible. A player who has been made to feel afraid of failure, as a result of how his coach interacts with him will not have the confidence to jump a route, to step up and fill a gap at the line of scrimmage, to deliver a good ball, or hit a hole hard.