In Greek mythology, the Achilles’ heel is avowed to be a point of weakness, especially in someone who is otherwise very fit. Indeed, it might take the actions of a vigorous greek warrior to injure the strongest tendon in the body. Incapacitating the Achilles tendon requires a great deal of tensile load over time – or […]
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My beautiful shoes, sometimes referred to as ‘car to bar’ high heels, are not intended to be practical. They are a statement – a work of art to complement the perfect outfit ensemble for a special event or even just lunch with the gals. When not on public display, an envious closet configuration can showcase […]
Human anatomy is not an exact science. For years, grave robbers from multiple countries stole cadavers for dissection in a rush to stake claim on newly discovered muscles. A degree in linguistics would be very helpful in understanding the various independent revelations such as the latin etymology for pes anserinus. The tendons of sartorius, […]
#itb #glutes #hamstrings #quads She saw the finish line! Unfortunately, it was mile 11 of a 13.1 mile half marathon, and the last two miles went inland and then back to the coast. The already exhausted runner contemplated hopping the fence to take a shortcut through the grass. Except – there might be snakes in […]
The middle seat. The people in the aisle seats try to avoid eye contact with you in the hopes that the vacant middle seat will not get filled. I chose a middle seat near the front of the plane. PHX:DTW will take 5 hours. I crawled over a large, elderly lady and sat next to […]
He was still in the saddle, but the horse was flipped on her back. The mare had entered the arena with the crowd’s expectation that she’d win a third event that day. But the opponent, a single cow, was spooked by the flash of a man standing up in a bucking chute right next to […]