5 Life Lessons Sports can teach us all - Confessions of a Mother Runner
I suppose this can include more than just volleyball. It reminded me of our not-so-amazing basketball team, we lose a lot, but we still try our hardest.
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I decided to start a blog series. A series highlighting a number of Bikini/Fitness and Figure Athletes and Competitors from Florida Fitness Aylmer (FFA), the gym I train at. In it... I will be featuring a number of ladies, and... I am so excited for you to meet them! The purpose of this series is to... Celebrate and showcase each and every Athletes accomplishments, hard work, dedication and commitment to health and fitness and in getting themselves stage ready! I want to share with you their…
Playing Basketball: How To Improve Your Game
Basketball is simple, right? Run, dribble, shoot and score. What else do you need to know? Plenty, to be honest. Learning the game and improving your skills is never ending. The moment you think you have it all locked down, someone comes along and shows some moves you never expected.
Coach Motivational 8x10 Sport Poster Print
Coach Motivational Poster Print celebrates hard work. Motivational sports quotes and a whistle make this a great gift. “Every day is a chance to get better,” is one saying to inspire your athletes. Athletic coaches of lacrosse, basketball, football and hockey will appreciate this gift. This product is printed on high quality glossy cardstock and is made in the USA. Purchase frameless or choose a black wood frame to complement the image. Shown framed; Measures 8"x10"- Fits standard 8"x 10"…
Instagram post by Amy Poehler's Smart Girls • Jun 28, 2016 at 11:55pm UTC
11.1k Likes, 91 Comments - Amy Poehler's Smart Girls (@amypoehlersmartgirls) on Instagram: ““No one feels strong when she examines her own weakness. But in facing weakness, you learn how much…”