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04 Apr 2014

Choose a clear spot to run in. And start with the wet sand as it's easier to run on that than slippery, dry sand. Why it works: It is harder to run on the beach because the sand is always shifting below your feet. http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/10/prweb11222047.htm The unstable surface helps to develop strength in the calves, ankles and quads. A study by an Australian university concluded that landing on soft sand increases the "collision" time, or the time during which the foot sinks into the sand, thereby reducing overall stress.
Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/life-style/health-fitness/fitness/Beach-workouts-to-get-you-fit/articleshow/33080529.cms

USC tailback Tre Madden gets his legs back under him Players whooped and hollered as teammates squared off in the surprise competition as music blared from sideline speakers. "Guys have some moves and some guys don't," Sarkisian said. "I think some guys might listen to country music. That wasn't their flavor today." Sarkisian identified receiver Darreus Rogers and linebacker Scott Starr as the standouts in a competition designed as a break of sorts from the breakneck pace of full-team drills. "No one is going to go faster than we are right now," Sarkisian said.
Source: http://www.latimes.com/sports/college/usc/la-sp-usc-spring-football-20140404,0,3144696.story

Their organized team activities, or OTAs, will be May 27 to 29, June 3 to 5, and June 16 to 19. The teams mandatory minicamp will be June 10 to 12. According to Collective Bargaining Agreement rules, the Saints and every other team that has a returning head coach may start their offseason program on April 21. Teams that have new head coaches can start on April 7. The collective bargaining agreement splits each NFL clubs voluntary nine-week offseason program is in three phases.
Source: http://theadvocate.com/sports/saints/8810114-123/saints-release-offseason-workout-calendar



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