Author Archives: Hattrix11

You say you’re a woman… That IS enough!

After reading the article, “You say you are a woman? That should be enough.” I completely changed my views on women with naturally high levels of testosterone. I used to think it was highly unfair for women with that kind … Continue reading

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Bambi on Ice

Last year I was freshman, eager to make a name for myself on the slopes. I am not a super confident person in general but when it comes to skiing, I am pretty confident I can get down just about … Continue reading

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Dieting Vs. Exercising

Media almost everywhere encourages females to be thinner and males to be more toned. To go along with the near-impossible to achieve, abnormal physique, new diets are created to try and help one get that way. Most of the diets … Continue reading

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Walk a Mile in Someone Else’s Shoes – or lack thereof

If any of you has not read Born to Run, I highly suggest you do. It is a book that combines history with science and overall is a fascinating story of why humans were meant to run barefooted. Thousands of … Continue reading

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How much we take for granted

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=244020232398018 Not only is this video amazing in how much love is shared between these two brothers, but it also brings up how much we take for granted. Most everyone is taking this class because they are athletic, in the … Continue reading

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LiveStrong or LiveaLiar

Recent Facebook post by my uncle:  [January 11, 2006 – a day that profoundly changed our lives. But Jimmy, that day pales in comparison to what you’ve accomplished since. Son, I’m so proud of you and continue to be inspired … Continue reading

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Unbroken

Last summer I read a book called Unbroken. SPOILER ALERT: If you plan on reading this book, do not continue. It was an inspiring story about a man, Louis Zamperini who was set to break the 4-minute mile record just … Continue reading

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