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Who's The Fastest? Lsu Debate Rages - Ncf Nation Blog - Espn
By danikasugi, 19.10.2014, 20:38

moved here And it might have been someone like Travin Dural , who was a state-champion sprinter in high school. On a roster that features as much athleticism as LSU's, it is no surprise that there is a contentious debate over which player is actually the fastest. For his part, Chark thinks Miles' initial assessment might actually be correct, but even he is willing to concede that the competition is close enough that the title could change hands frequently. "Of course I feel like I'm going to win, but in reality it's all who gets the best takeoff at the start," Chark said, listing Robinson, Fournette and Adams as his top competition. "We have some pretty fast players here and I learned that from every day at workouts and sprints.
Source: http://espn.go.com/blog/ncfnation/post/_/id/97096/whos-the-fastest-lsu-debate-rages

Parks, playgrounds offer fresh air alternatives to gym workouts - Yahoo News

Kelce appeared in one game before his rookie season shut down because of the knee problem. The Chiefs say Kelce will be full-go for training camp practices in late July. His teammates like what they saw during minicamp practice. "I thought he looked great," said quarterback Alex Smith.
Source: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/team-report-kansas-city-chiefs-211200274--nfl.html

Team Report - KANSAS CITY CHIEFS - Yahoo Sports

New York City-based personal trainer JR Allen, said the first benefit of the outdoor workout is balance. You have to be aware of your surroundings because you could step in a pothole, Allen said. It is a less safe, more uncontrolled environment that is more of a strain on your body. Allen suggests the newcomer to outdoor exercise should start with a simple walk around the neighborhood. The seasoned exerciser should head to the park for sprints, power push ups, in which hands leave the ground, and walking planks, moving side to side and back to back on hands and feet. Daniel Taylor, author of the book Conditioning to the Core, thinks outdoor training is great as long as people take some precautions.
Source: http://news.yahoo.com/parks-playgrounds-offer-fresh-air-alternatives-gym-workouts-090223655.html

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