Well duh! 

Breathing oxygen is not just "a thing" you do. It's a natural interaction that occurs to sustain your life. We take this for granted. Who would have ever thought that after all these years of walking this earth, we would actually be fooled into giving it up for our "safety"? 

Posted On Monday, 03 May 2021 22:56

From Bermuda Source:

Team TCD (The Agony of De-feet) were in Paget last week Thursday (July 18) as the Global Fitness challenge continues. The team met at the Paget Evangelical church on South Road in Paget to prepare for a power walk into Warwick.

Posted On Sunday, 21 July 2019 20:38

From Bermuda Source:

This week the fitness team from the Transport Control Department, cleverly known as The Agony of Defeet, met at the Arboretum in Devonshire Parish for another exercise session for the Global Fitness Challenge.

Posted On Tuesday, 16 July 2019 01:04

From Bermuda Source:

Global Challenge 2019 has begun!

The Bermuda Government is behind the local drive to promote health and fitness in Bermuda. This year the theme is a 100-day challenge to promote healthy and active lifestyles.

Posted On Friday, 12 July 2019 00:07

I completely agree!

From Yahoo News:

The idea that spending recreational time in natural settings is good for our health and well being is hardly new. Parents have been telling their kids to “go play outside, it’s good for you” for generations. Now, colleagues and I have published a study in the journal Scientific Reports which suggests that a dose of nature of just two hours a week is associated with better health and psychological well being, a figure that applies to every demographic we could think of (at least in England).

So why do we need research into this? Although our parents’ common sense observation is true in the general sense, the devil – as always – is in the detail. For instance, it’s less intuitively obvious exactly how much time in nature we need before we experience the benefits, whether we can have “too much of a good thing”, whether it’s better to have lots of smaller encounters or one big one, whether parks, beaches and mountains offer similar benefits, or whether nature exposure is more important for some people than others.

Full story HERE


Posted On Friday, 14 June 2019 00:42
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