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I’ve written before about How to know how loud you should sing in a choir. photo by Malingering But as a choir member you are working as part of a team, so it’s not entirely up to you. It’s all about balance. It’s easy to sp...

One of the simplest balance tests is to see how long you can stand on one leg. Older adults who can’t make it past the 10-second mark are more likely to die in the next 10 years, according to research reported in the New York Times. But are you doo...

We’ve all stubbed a toe, spilled a cup of coffee, rolled an ankle, and dropped a pen in the middle of a big meeting. If you consider yourself clumsy, however, these aren’t just occasional annoyances but a regular part of your life. Being clumsy m...

Liverpool’s balancing act is more challenging than most clubs. Injuries, runs of form and matchups are things that each manager deals with. Jurgen Klopp is no different. Only his Liverpool side are well in the running for a quadruple. The true...

Most of us, myself included, spend a significant portion of our day sitting—usually on chairs or couches. Sitting all day long isn’t great for our health, but if possible, switching to sitting on the floor (even just for short periods of time) ac...

Figure skaters like those in the Olympics often spin like tops at incredible speeds. For example, Natalia Kanounnikova holds the Guinness Record for the fastest spin on ice at 308 revolutions per minute. Why don't these athletes get dizzy? Sure, focu...

Balance boards and Bosu balls are tricky to use—they’re the unstable boards that you’ll sometimes see a personal trainer asking somebody to stand on top of while doing an exercise. But are they a good way to train, and if so, what’s the best...