Tripling that — running for 90 minutes, 4-5 times per week — improves that number by only 4 percent.
Here’s an interesting RSA Animation talk that confirms the same thing well across the board. Don’t be sedentary (or sedimentary, as I accidentally said the other day. Woohoo for being stuck in the mud, literally!)!
Rain delay becomes inter-team dance off. This is just awesome. Way to go college baseball players!
The closest I ever came to something like this when I was at a deluge of a Mets rainout at Shea, and they waited a full hour in torrential downpours (until there was standing water covering the entire warning track and a good chunk of CF, no less) for at least an hour after game time. My sister and I were hiding under the small overhang in the upper deck with all the other confused fans, when a bunch of Diamondbacks (I think? It’s been a while) suddenly popped up out of the visitors dugout and turned the infield tarp into a Slip ‘n’ Slide. The whole stadium started chanting “A-ri-zon-a!” It was pretty awesome.
Well, actually the whole night was pretty crappy, but that part was awesome.
Anyway, nicely done Nebraska and whoever else they’re playing in this clip!