Launch Out With Baseball - Movement
O l Baseball and Bat launch movement Movement launches learning
Gilded in Gold is mitt of famed Nolan Ryan
Player with NY Mets, California Angels, and
Player Jerry Underwood forms the First Million Dollar Man of
Baseball's glove into a distinctive remembrance.
Nicknamed The Ryan Express, is the former Major League Baseball
(MLB) pitcher and a previous chief executive officer (CEO) of the Texas Rangers. ... His 5,714 career strikeouts
is an MLB record by a significant margin and will be difficult for any future pitcher to surpass.
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A path to understanding May Swenson, a 20th Century writer who has been called 'America's Poet' can be traced around the ball park as well as in Logan, Utah, her place of birth and burial, where the grave marker reads: "It is for you to find me," she whispers to the lonely wayfarer, "Read me. Read my mind."
Full version of poem is found in
"The Reading Xpress With OK Reading."
Turn a triple into a HOME RUN!
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Tradecrafting with integrity and ingenuity.
Congratulations Rockies for sweeping the Mariners Sunday July 15, 2018.
Baseball Great - Lou Gehrig -
A great share in health news from Denver University and VA -- a CURE for ALS disease
Glutamate is a primary excitatory neurotransmitter that has a great role in early brain development and is also associated with learning and memory for THOUGHT; Glycine - Inhibitory; Cysteine - Cross linking. In biochemistry, the glutamate-glutamine cycle is a sequence of events by which an adequate supply of the neurotransmitter glutamate is maintained in the central nervous system.
Autism, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), schizophrenia, and depression are the different mental disorders associated with lutamate . Memory loss in Alzheimer's diseases may associated with glutamate. .
(Neurons are unable to synthesize either the neurotransmitter glutamate or γ-aminobutyric acid "GABA" from glucose.)
Neuroprotective Effects of Immunocal helps protect life in the womb
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Lou Gehrig disease cured by whey protein which contains the master antioxidant glutathione. "Glutathione is thought to also play an important role in sarcopenia specifically, as patients with sarcopenia tend to have higher levels of oxidative stress." -Joseph Mercola, DO
On View thru the 2018 Baseball Season --
Classic baseball artifacts from Babe Ruthy to the Blake Street Bombers --Play Ball! Features the Marshall Fogel Collection, one of the greatest sets of baseball artifacts assembled outside the Hall of Fame. -- Museum Open Daily - HistoryColorado.org
Reclaim your voice with these words of Helen Keller: Helen Keller: "Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it." Reclaim, Reverse and Restore your brain's grey matter for memory, speech and muscle control. So launch out and play ball to feel younger than you are and restore the grey.
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Use your head for Better Brain Health - Exercising prompts the production of beneficial neurotrophins--proteins that promote the survival of nerve cells and help them function better. -- Newsmax 8/18
"Keep moving -- it helps cells grow bigger and stronger, just like muscles. In turn they make rich connections with one another. The strength of these connections is the biological basis of learning and memory. And in fact there is strong evidence that, at any age, people who exercise regularly learn and remember better. There are studies aplenty that link fewer cases of Alzheimer's disease with regular exercise as well." Dr. Lorienne Fisher of Back to Motion physical therapy uses the PNF "proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation" to rehabilitate folks following surgical joint replacement where the cat stretches with tension foster maximum healing of the fascia. As tense muscles relax, stiff joints loosten, nerves are soothed and an overlall feeling of relaxation and well-being comes about. This technique has grown in popularity for neurological disorders as well as with athletes seeking to optimize sports performance.
Going back to caveman days we developed strong hips, and the ability to squat, throw, run, climb, crawl, swim and lift heavy objects called "functional movement" which sculpted everything from our muscles, joints, and tendons to our nervous system and internal organs. This type of everyday activity sculpted everything from our muscles, joints, and tendons to our nervous system and internal organs because it actually stimulates receptors in our bodies that affect our organs and how our genes express themselves. Research proves it all adds up to how long you live.-- Richard Gerhauser, MD