Monthly Archives: December 2015
DECEMBER 2015 – Perry Ellis feels like it was about yesterday when he arrived at Kansas in 2012 after winning four-straight state championships at Wichita Heights and becoming a four-time Kansas Gatorade Player of the Year and City League’s all-time leading scorer.
“It went by so fast, so fast,” said Ellis, a 6-8 KU senior forward. “I’m excited about it. I’ve been getting better each season and having more fun.”
DECEMBER 2015 – If you don’t have a Gronk, what’s the next best thing? Zeus! “Zeus” the nickname of Travis Kelce hints at his flamboyant personality, but on the field he is a steady performer.
It is taking care of the “small things” which has propelled Travis Kelce near the top of NFL tight ends.
OCTOBER 2015 – The Royals window of opportunity has been a long time coming. It started with humble beginnings and came in small increments for the Kansas City Royals: 65 victories (and 97 losses) in 2009, 67 victories in 2010, 71 in 2011, 72 in 2012 (all 90-plus losing seasons), 86 in 2013, the Royals’ first winning year since 2003 and their most wins in a season since 92 in 1989, 89 in 2014 and ending a 29-year-old playoff drought with a wildcard berth and advancing to the seventh game of the World Series, and then reaching 90-victories this season with seven games left in the regular season.
DECEMBER 2015 – The importance of body composition as a true measure of fitness and health has exploded in recent years.
The amount of muscle and body fat we each carry has become increasingly important in identifying peak fitness. In fact, the NFL now sets up 6 BOD PODs at the NFL Combine every year. They test the athletes to determine muscle mass and body fat.