City Recreation is the Goose Laying those Golden Eggs

It was during a 2015 NRPA (National Recreation and Parks Association) conference I attended and listened intently to key note speakers that stated in more ways than one city recreation saves lives but in different ways than police do. It will soon become obvious how city recreation is the goose capable of laying those lifesaving golden eggs within communities. Attending the Annual NRPA Conference – American Conference Center, St. Louis, MO Hard working families and (more…)

How to Grow Muscle and Burn More Fat

Beth knows how to grow the guns and you can too. Updated, 3 May 2019 by Staff If you want to grow muscle and/or burn more body fat – it is important to know muscle groups have three muscle fiber types that are stimulated to grow or endure physical activity. And during exercise or work activity, muscle also prefer certain fuel sources to achieve the fitness goal. Research shows us, muscle is stimulated to grow (more…)

Camas Day in Dirksen Nature Park

Last Update: 29 April 2019, Marc Woodard Camas flower in Dirksen Nature Park in full bloom The first ever Camas Festival occurred – Saturday, April 27 2019 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. At Dirksen Nature Park (11130 SW Tiedeman Avenue).  “Learn more about the local significance of the camas flower while it’s in bloom, take a tour to find brass sculptures of local wildlife, and enjoy the recently completed oak savanna overlook, nature play (more…)

Emerging Science Extending Life Past 200 years

Last Updated:  13 April 2019 by Marc Woodard Like nature’s endless hand of time – so too we may experience.. Believe it or not – biologically our bodies are capable of living 120 years.  And that lifespan appears to be dependent upon many factors including our environment, culture and lifestyle. Many scientists now believe a 120 year life span average is not impossible because of advancements in emerging genomic, and micro-Nano processing technologies. I know (more…)

Ageless MirrorAthlete Press Release

New guidebook presents dangers of diet industry and offers tips to safely losing weight **FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE** EDITORS: For review copies or interview requests, contact: Marketing Services: Tel: 800-288-4677, or Fax: 812-961-3133. Email: promotions(at)iuniverse(dot)com(When requesting a review copy, please provide a street address.)               “ Marc T. Woodard announces publication of ‘Ageless MirrorAthlete’(PRWEB) April 04, 2019 TIGARD, Ore. – Marc T. Woodard shares advice and tips for anyone interested in a fitness program to meet their (more…)

Use Opioids Effectively to Control Pain and Reduce Health Risk

Live life to the fullest and pain free. Last Updated: 3/15/2019, Marc Woodard Scientific studies prove, pain relief decreases while pain sensitivity increases from excess use of opioids. In other words, if you’re a chronic pain sufferer and have used opioids for long periods of time, greater sensitivity to pain will occur. Especially when patients ignore the doctors prescription program. So you ask yourself, how could taking more pain killers cause greater sensitivity to pain?  “I thought (more…)

Toxic Versus Healthy Cookware Knowledge

“If barbequing foods was more convenient and healthy…  I’d eat this way everyday.”  Carcinogens are released and absorbed into foods through high heat smoke temp exchange. Updated:  11 March 2019, by Marc Woodard Throughout the years toxic cookware products have fueled consumer safety and health risk concerns abroad.  Although cookware technology has made great strides in decreasing health risk factors, those risks still exist in inferior cooking vessel products. Cookware safety concerns stem from the fact metals and (more…)

City and School Recreation Partnerships

As a result of constrained school and city budgets, more public-to-public partnerships are forming nationally. These partnerships look to share tax paid facilities and land to enhance educational and recreational resources for children. Thereafter parent committees and city board members often look to further expand those opportunities for the good of all. “Several park and recreation departments already embrace partnerships with area schools, but if yours doesn’t, you should consider the benefits. These partnerships are (more…)