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On a Good Day…

This is me- after a big meal, a jog, some weightlifting and then some more steak and shrimp gorge-fest . Ha. No, seriously- it’s Joseph Mathias Kovacs, an American Track and Field Star!

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Coronavirus Halts the World

Photo Entitled “Quarantine” by Peter Murrell- https://www.flickr.com/photos/peter-murrell/ .

Circa March 15 2020 through April 5 2020

It has been a time of great change in global economics and general lifestyle. No one knows what happens if and when the epidemic subsides. People are isolating to help those with unknown health problems survive the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Personally, the Pandemic has forced me to make changes to the new publication and my personal life. I can’t go to the sports club or physically shop travel and tech gear. My publishing is limited to a residential desk; the office and open libraries are place to avoid as the virus clusters in American towns. The first days of the closures gave people needed rest; many are coughing or seem tired.

Ohers contemplate a future when the shutdown ends. There is evidence people remain interested in tourism but have postponed events until 2021 (I will upload sources soon). People and companies are designing cures. Online webcams allow telework and work for home options for digitally based businesses. In the interim, there are cardiovascular exercises and juices to stimulate a well person’s immune system.

On Facebook I have listed contacts to assist the people of NY. China donated equipment. As of April 5, 2020, the rebounding city of New York has promised media outlets it will help other cities and towns fight the epidemic as stated through the Mayors and Governor’s Office.

members of the New York National Guard work to contain Coronavirus

This post was made remotely with limited screen real estate. I apologise for any grammatical errrors I can’t fix now.

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Fitness track and field

Covering Olympian Fitness

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Olympic sports are some of the most awe-inspiring events in athletics.  Most of what is seen happens after the ceremony, but many people want to see what happens before.  Therefore, as an athletic runner and promoter of active lifestyles, I will follow Olympic sports with greater vigor and attempt to bring you my encounters for a time.  Apply it to your life because doing so may improve your health and well-being, or just follow along – if you can.  The focus is on track and field.  Other coverage includes:

  • Aquatics
  • Boxing
  • Break Dancing
  • Cycling
  • Fencing
  • Gymnastics
  • Rowing
  • Shooting
  • Wrestling