Archive for May, 2015
Today’s Post comes from Rock Creek Sports Club Trainer Craig Klein.
You ever notice that people care more about you than you care for yourself? I feel it and see it each and every day, but it is a struggle to accept.
I have NMO (neuromyelitis optica), an incurable autoimmune disease. This is a recent diagnosis that will remain raw for some time, but a sense of debt and enormous gratitude drive me to focus on raising awareness and organizing a charity event with Rock Creek Sports Club.
The “Guthy-Jackson Foundation” (http://www.guthyjacksonfoundation.org/) has been a resource for myself and friends. I haven’t met another person with NMO or their primary caregiver, but I will.
From June 18-21, I will raise awareness and share information on NMO through Rock Creek Sports Club’s generous support. Fitness Classes, bake sales and educational material will all be available. All proceeds will go to “Guthy-Jackson Foundation” with specific times to follow – so stay tuned.
The best compliment you can offer me is to learn more, ask questions.
Wear a Red Nose purchased from Walgreen’s next Thursday, May 21, and you will be eligible to win:
- A package of 1-month membership, 1-hour Personal Training and 30-minutes Pilates Reformer!
Guests will be free all day!
Red Nose Day is a campaign dedicated to raising money for children and young people living in poverty by simply having fun and making people laugh. The inaugural Red Nose Day will be held in the US on May 21st, 2015. People across the country will come together to have fun and raise funds and awareness. The day’s events will culminate in a three-hour entertainment TV special on NBC featuring the country’s favorite comedians, musicians and Hollywood stars—it’s a show not to be missed! The TV special will showcase top comedy and entertainment live and in pre-recorded segments. It will also highlight the issues for which Red Nose Day is fundraising. Viewers will be encouraged to make donations by phone, and online.
To learn more about the Red Nose Fund Day click on this link to a segment from the Today show. Be inspired to help lift children from poverty.
Sitting down for brief periods can help us recover from stress or recuperate from exercise. But nowadays, our lifestyles make us sit much more than we move around. Are our bodies built for such a sedentary existence? Murat Dalkilinç investigates the hidden risks of sitting down.
View the Full Lesson on ed.Ted.com - http://ed.ted.com/lessons/why-sitting-is-bad-for-you-murat-dalkilinc