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How Much Should you Exercise With a Sedentary Job?

If your job requires you to be sitting anywhere between 6 to 10 hours a day, this is considered a sedentary job. Too much sitting increases the risks of chronic illnesses, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and blood sugar.
The number one cause of death in the United States is heart disease. A chronic condition that can be prevented by moving your body every day. However how much time do you need to exercise and what kind of exercise should you choose to counteract the effects that too much sitting has on your body?

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Tom Brady Makes History in Comeback Game Against Los Angeles Rams

This Sunday may signal a shift in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ stream of bad luck. The team which had been on a serious losing streak, was able to relish in a victory against the Los Angeles Rams. The victory is not only a big deal in that it is one of the few that the Buccaneers have seen this season, but it was also another historic game for the player Tom Brady.

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Bettor “Mattress Mack” Wins $75M in Payouts After Astros Claim World Title

In a sports betting first, bookmakers on Saturday (Nov. 5) handed over an eye-popping $75 million to a Houston furniture store owner who earlier this year placed $10 million in bets on the Houston Astros to win the World Series. Astros superfan and Gallery Furniture chain owner Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale broke records this weekend by cashing out what is now known as the largest sports betting win in history. McIngvale had placed $10 million in bets across multiple books, his biggest one being a $3 million bet with Caesar Sportsbook. A lot of that money came from McIngvale’s own customers through a store promotion, something he’s done for the past few years; those who spent at least $3,000 on custom sets or power motion furniture at his store were promised that money back if the Astros won the World Series. Before the Astros won the ALCS, McIngvale promised customers twice that amount back.

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Kiper’s 2023 NFL Draft Picks: Unbelievable Top 5 

With the College Football Playoffs just a month away, ESPN’s top NFL analyst, Mel Kiper, has released his 2023 NFL draft pickings. His ranking includes the top 25 prospects for the class of 2023.

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Rethinking the Olympics

For centuries, countries around the world have gathered together once every four years to indulge in games and festivities that unite all peoples together under a common humanity. This wonderful event which started in Greece nearly 3,000 years ago, only having adapted into how we currently experience the event in 1896, is known as the Olympics. The goal of the Olympics, other than to compete in different challenges for medals, is to unite humanity and to promote world peace, through shared human experiences. However, in recent years, thanks to that global pandemic of 2020, our society and ideologies have shifted. Now, both approval and viewership ratings for the Olympics are on the decline, and it is about time that something gets done about it. After all, the Olympics are one of the only opportunities for the countries of the world to get together and embrace our common humanity and love of games.

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Women Athletes Now Have Their Own Sports Network

Being able to find women’s sports is going to be much easier now. The first-ever network to focus on female athletes, the Women’s Sports Network, launched Wednesday, offering 24/7 streaming of original programming, competitions, documentaries and a daily studio show “Game On.” This network is free and ad-supported. It is featured on streaming services including’s Freevee, Fox Corp.-owned Tubi, FuboTV, and smart TVs. The Women’s Sports Network comes at a time when investment and viewership numbers for women’s sports are on the rise, yet women only receive a small fraction of media coverage.

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Serena Williams, Justin Timberlake Among Investors in Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy’s Sports Venture

Pro golfers Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy’s new joint sports venture is already drawing in some big-name investors from an incredible array of athletes and other celebrities.

TMRW (pronounced “tomorrow”) Sports announced on Wednesday morning (Nov. 2) a new investment group that includes the likes of NBA MVP Stephen Curry, race car driver Lewis Hamilton, NFL players Tony Romo and Josh Allen, soccer player Alex Morgan, and tennis giant Serena Williams–all legends in their respective sports, representing a total of 13 sports across the board. From the entertainment world, Grammy-winning singer and golf fan Justin Timberlake also makes the list.

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Browns Rule Bengals and Halloween with Dominant Performance

The Browns tried a trick in the first quarter of their game with the Bengals on Halloween night when Jacoby Brissett handed the football to Nick Chubb, who pitched it to Amari Cooper running left to right.

This play did not work. Cooper, running out of room as he ran toward the right sideline, threw an interception to end the Browns’ second possession quickly and leave the fans in sold out FirstEnergy Stadium shaking their heads.

The rest of the night was a treat for fans who enjoy hard-nosed football featuring relentless defense and timely run calls for Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt along with innovative runs by Brissett.

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Fans Wear ‘Fight Antisemitism’ Shirts in Response to Kyrie Irving’s Comments

Last Thursday Nets star Kyrie Irving tweeted a link to the movie Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America. The movie is based on a book of the same name and has been under criticism for its antisemitic tropes. Irving’s tweet caused a big controversy among Nets fans. Two days later, Kyrie went on to say that he did not regret his actions, stating that.

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Los Angelos Lakers Win Their First Game of the Season After a Winless Worst Start in Franchise History

Lebron James and company beat the reigning MVP Nikola Jokić and the Denver Nuggets as the Los Angeles Lakers came out on top with the final score being 121-110. This marks the very first win of the season for the Los Angeles Lakers as they started off their 2022-23 campaign in an abysmal run of form. This start of losing their first five straight games ties them for their worst start in franchise history only being matched in the 2014-15 and 1957-58 campaigns respectively. All three of the Lakers’ superstars were in full effect on the court as Russell Westbrook came back from a hamstring injury that sidelined him for some games to start the season. He had a productive night being third in scoring for the Lakers that night only behind Anthony Davis and LeBron James amassing 18 points.

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BATBOY: Tragedy and Triumph Premiere Review By: Stephen J. D’Attoma

BATBOY: Tragedy and Triumph, The Ray Negron Story Produced by William G. O’Connell, held a special premiere screening at The …

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ESPN Predicts Who Will be the Champions of the World Series: Astros or Phillies

It is officially the World Series season! After both the Astros and the Phillies quickly defeated both their opponents, they will be kicking off the first World Series game in Houston tonight! Their quick work made baseball fans wait four days too many without any games, but the wait ends tonight. ESPN recently announced who will be this year’s predicted MVPs and World Series Champion. MLB experts have predicted who they believe will win, and how many games it will take to determine which team will go home with the trophy.

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