Health & Fit Fix! Future of oldie Roethlisberger clarified
The Easiest Way to Stay Fit Right Now, Say Experts
A recent study found that 30 to 40 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous-intensity physical activity is enough to stay fit when you're sitting at home all day.A recent study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine examines how different combinations of sedentary time and physical activity affect mortality. The study found that 30 to 40 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous-intensity physical activity (MVPA) is enough to basically eliminate the association between sedentary time and risk of death.
The Pittsburgh Steelers continue to rely on quarterback oldie Ben Roethlisberger. "Big Ben" gets a new contract and waives a few million.
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The six-time Super Bowl champion has given the 39-year-old a new contract for the coming season, the franchise announced on Thursday. Test
Roethlisberger twice NFL champion with Steelers | AD
Roethlisberger has spent his entire NFL career (since 2004) in Pittsburgh and led the team to the title twice.
Doing This One Thing Wreaks Havoc on Your Waistline, Doctor Says
Having a flat belly can be a great goal to have for your health, but if you're not going about it in a healthy way, you could be ruining your waistline.Dr. Tonya Sweezer, an integrative family physician, does point out that while working out your core is good for toning and ab definition, if you're not focusing on the nutrition aspect as well, you'll never get that trim waist.
Last season, the Steelers started the main round with eleven wins in a row, but then stumbled and failed to start the play-off against the Cleveland Browns (37:48).Five million less for "Big Ben"
The playmaker was tied to the club until the end of the coming season, but now, according to media reports, he has signed a lower-end contract. Instead of the previously agreed 19, "Big Ben" will receive 14 million dollars.
"It is a great honor to be a Pittsburgh Steeler and to be able to give everything for this organization," Roethlisberger was quoted as saying in a club release. He is very pleased that he has adapted the contract for the benefit of the team.
Here’s what your state was cooking in 2020 .
This was a major year for at-home cooking. The coronavirus pandemic kept people sequestered in their homes, with little but bread baking and TikTok hacks to keep them occupied. Truly, if you gained any new skills during 2020, they were probably related to cooking. You learned everything from how to cook fiddleheads to how to make an Old-Fashioned. But what were the most sought-out recipes during 2020? Apparently, Americans do most of their recipe Googling around the holidays, and crave comfort. Buckeye candy, chocolate chip cookies, prime rib, and black eyed peas were some of the most popular state-to-state. According to data provided by Google, these are the top trending recipes in every state (in the food and drink category) from Jan. 1 to Nov. 30, 2020.