Basically, in this video, I play a character called “Howard.” This is a character who is not me. His name is Howard, and also he doesn’t look like me. I don’t have a mustache or long hair, because those are the things that Howard has—for the character. I had long hair in Conan once, but that was for another character in a movie. Conan was also not me. In this video the mustache and hair are fake, because I put those on and everyone will see those and think, “Who is this man? He looks physically very strong and fit, like maybe he’s Arnold Schwarzenegger. But he has a mustache, so he must be someone else.” And that is because he is Howard. But really I am Howard, which is the amazing thing we find out later on. Continue.
Office of the Chancellor | Dream Big: Welcome to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
If you’re reading this article, chances are you’re heading toward an early grave. I know, that sounds extreme, but we’re only just starting to understand all the myriad ways a sedentary lifestyle can kill us—and I have to assume that you’re not reading this article while climbing a Stairmaster. Actually, according to the video below, it wouldn’t make much difference even if you were. Continue.
Institute of Medicine | Educating the student body: taking physical activity and physical education to school
Many children and adolescents in the United States have grown accustomed to a sedentary lifestyle. Only about half of youth meet the current Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans’ recommendation of at least 60 minutes of daily vigorous to moderate-intensity physical activity. Continue.