Women in sports is a popular topic these days, with Danica Patrick winning a historic pole position at the Daytona 500 and Olympic downhill champion Lindsey Vonn vowing to recover in time for the 2014 Games in Russia. Meanwhile college basketball fans are looking forward to the upcoming NCAA tournament, which will culminate in the Final Four games being held in New Orleans.
This will be the third time the Women’s Final Four will be held in New Orleans. In 1991 the Final Four was held at the UNO Lakefront Arena and won by the Tennessee Lady Volunteers. In 2004 the championship game was held at the New … Read the rest
The first few months of the year are a time of focus on health for many women. The catalyst for this focus is those New Year’s resolutions. While resolutions to lose weight, get healthy, or shape-up are nothing new, what is new is how women are approaching their resolutions.
Women still focus on diet and exercise, but widely available technology now plays a large role. Apps on smartphones, tablets, and even computers help women stay on track, meet goals, and learn news ways to shape-up. Here are some of the top health and fitness apps women are using:
The most popular use for this app is counting
Female nascar driver Danica Patrick has gain the pole position at Daytona 500. Congratulations to Danica and well done from all the women out there are you go crashing through that glass ceiling. She is the first woman driver to win the pole position in the event’s 53 year history. She is also a beautiful, confident woman now its just a shame she is with Go Daddy who present women in an oversexualized way in their ads.