Before Nicole’s* first practice as a rookie NHL pro cheerleader, she was issued a photo of Gabrielle Union from around 2010 and told that it would be her look for the season. Smooth waves that tumbled down her back, contoured cheeks, and red lips were now mandatory for every game, practice, and event she worked.Between the hair extensions she’d need for length, the … [Read more...] about Hair Checks, Jiggle Tests, & Gaslighting — Is Pro Cheerleading Worth Saving?
Immigrant rights advocates, some holding their children’s hands and others carrying babies in their arms, walked out of a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing Tuesday in protest of the Trump administration’s effort to keep migrant children detained longer, perhaps even indefinitely. “They’re talking about numbers, but they … [Read more...] about Holding their kids, activists walk out on Senate hearing in protest of migrant child detention
Sunderland vs Fleetwood Town Despite the international break being underway, Sunderland still took on Fleetwood Town on Saturday. Joey Barton’s Fleetwood came into the game in some solid form having only lost one of their previous six league games this season. Fleetwood’s good form continued into Saturday’s game as well as Paddy Madden gave them the lead … [Read more...] about Incredible Sunderland statistic emerges in draw with Fleetwood Town
In the last decade, content marketing has evolved and become challenging. You can no longer get away with keyword stuffed 300-word articles and web 2.0 backlinks. You also can not ignore the mobile experience of your visitors. Currently, 91% of B2B brands and 86% of B2C brands use content marketing. However, now it’s all about building a genuine connection with your … [Read more...] about How to Pursue Content Marketing in 2018 (With 5 Powerful Tools)
Back in 1937, researchers at Harvard University’s Fatigue Laboratory published a study they modestly titled “New Records in Human Power.” They’d studied five of the greatest distance runners in the world, including Glenn Cunningham, the fastest miler in history, and Don Lash, the fastest two-miler. The athletes’ ability to suck oxygen into their … [Read more...] about Defining the Upper Limits of Fitness