I’m sure you’ve heard of the Special Olympics and have seen some of the big posters hanging around. Maybe you have also noticed the countdowns on the main squares in Graz, Schladming or Ramsau am Dachstein. If you have not noticed any of these, and still don’t know what the Special Olympics are, here is some information about them.
Selfies, everybody knows them. I think it’s fair to say that each and everyone of you out there has taken at least one selfie once in your lifetime, am I right? Some of you might take a selfie once a week (or even once a month) and others of you might take hundreds a day. In the last few years selfies have become quite popular and as you may know the word itself has been chosen as the “Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year” in 2013. Continue reading Selfie Mania
I personally adore travelling and I’m sure I’m not the only one out there in the world. You may ask yourself why you should take part in an exchange program if you already travel a lot. Well, there are many good reasons you should consider.
Everyone knows that through travelling you get to know different cultures, try new food and maybe you will interact with some local people. But Continue reading Should I Consider Taking Part in an Exchange Program?
Some people think that stretching before or after sport is absolutely pointless, while others might think that stretching is compulsory. There are people who think holding a stretch for just a few seconds is already enough and some just stretch because they want to prevent sore muscles. It turns out that when and how you stretch can make or break your fitness/flexibility goals.
Why should I actually stretch?
Hmm – good question – why should you stretch? Well, there are many reasons stretching has a positive influence on your fitness, your performance, your energy and of course your flexibility. Continue reading Why you should stretch