Tag Archives: life skills

Children with disabilities and the role of exercise in their life

Through several articles in this blog, I have tried to support the importance of physical activity and exercise in our life. More specifically, in one of my previous articles I tried to show the enormous impact of electronic smart devices … Continue reading

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Developing life skills through sports

“The world of sport is not separate from the rest of the world. Sport breaks down barriers, promotes self-esteem, and can teach life skills and healthy behavior.” (Jacques Rogge, former president of the International Olympic Committee) As this quote by … Continue reading

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The day after retirement…

“Sports is the only profession I know that when you retire, you have to go to work.”  Earl Monroe If you were told that you will receive more than 35.000 Euros weekly salary, I am sure you would be thinking that … Continue reading

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Smartphones slimmer and smarter than us

As you start reading this article, take a moment to think how many times have you checked your smartphone today. Add the time you played games, explored the web, checked posts on Facebook, twitter or another social network. Actually, even … Continue reading

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“Citius, Altius, Fortius” and other lessons to be learned from The Olympic Games

The 2012 Summer Olympic Games are about to start. Given the magnitude of the event and all the media attention directed to London right now, this post I guess is neither the first mention nor the needed reminder of The … Continue reading

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