(Cross post from my Movember page http://ie.movember.com/mospace/603352/)
When you tell people, you get one of two reactions. Some people don’t seem that surprised because they, or their sister, or father, or aunty, or a friend had cancer and they’re ok now, or still suffer or they died. It seems as if every other person you talk to has been affected in some serious way by cancer. The other reaction you get, from the people unaffected, is a shocked response. Shocked because I look healthy, you’d never guess, I’m so young, etc. I never like leaving people with an awkward feeling and I really am one of the lucky ones. Continue Reading
Why growing a mo can be the difference between winning and losing in the minds of sports men
Superstition is nothing new in the world of sport. There are countless examples of superstitious routines in sport. Michael Jordan wore his North Carolina (University) shorts under his Chicago Bulls shorts at all times. Turk Wendell a former Cubs and Mets reliever use to brush his teeth and chew licorice between every inning. Former Red Sox and Yankees’ player Wade Boggs was often referred to as the “Chicken Man” because he ate chicken habitually before every game and would also start wind sprints exactly 16 minutes before each game. Continue Reading
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