Bodybuilding.com asked its twitter followers how fitness has changed their life. Here are some answers. Just we read them to include spiritual fitness as well. Spiritual fitness and physical fitness both have life-changing effects:
A very passionate and enthusiastic pastor shares his story about going from SuperCross to backstage at the Olympia where he offers his services to carb depleted competitors. The point is someone other than the immediate staff helps an athlete and that benefits everyone. Read the exclusive interview with Pastor Mike from StrongholdMinistries on Bodybuilding.com. His core concept is: “We simply want to be available.”
Douglas Todd is more of a preacher than a newspaper author. Focussing on “the Virtues and values in sports and religion” he subtitles: “One teaches marketplace values about how to win; the other can contribute to our capacity for compassion.” and summarizes: “All powerful organizations — athletic, educational, governmental, charitable, business and media — are necessary for advancing the ideals of a civil society. Religious communities could well be the most influential of them all.”
At Twitter nearly everyone is excited about Easter. Here are our favorite Easter workouts from Twitterers:
Anthony: “Getting ready to workout after a late night and a lovely sleep in. Happy Easter Sunday, everybody.”
Keith: “No Easter chocolate, just an Easter workout … is that legal?”
Jenn: “great morning workout, time to hit the shower and head to my grandma’s for Easter treats and family time”
Fred Sampson blames his gym for closing on “Bloody religious holidays” blaming them for “messing with my health”.
Hey Fred: In the end the ressurection of all women and men including yourself as well is ultimately good for eternal live. Skip one workout and don’t worry about it!
Near the summit of the Easter Season Huffington Post makes McCain explain religious holidays, e.g.:
“The Burning Bush. A traditional Jewish sports ritual similar to our Super Bowl.”
“Easter. Christian Ground Hog Day.”
Today’s question is not: “Whom do you want to answer the phone?” but “Whom do you want to host the Easter Egg Roll?”
McCain: “I threw many egg-like grenades during my military service.”
Obama: “It’s time for change, but I would continue that tradition.”
Clinton: “I hosted the presidential Easter Egg Roll many times.”
Early times email provider firstname.lastname@example.org finally meets today’s standards. They have always been great in offering over 250 choices in domain names for your email adress. The Faith / Philosphies Category alone accounts for 11 choices:
Not included are all the fan names they offer via NHL Email.
This week they increased storage from 100MB to a 3 Gigabytes for free accounts.