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      by Tina Olivero

      In the world of business, computers have become the foundation of how we live and work. Sitting at a desk all day is probably the worst thing we could to ourselves; It seizes up the muscles, makes the body weak and complacent, and eats away at our flexibility and posture. It’s not what we want, […]

    • GOLF: Take a walk on the Wild Side

      by Tina Olivero

      Famous Golfer Mac O’Grady said, “One minute you’re bleeding. The next minute you’re hemorrhaging. The next minute you’re painting the Mona Lisa.” Golf. People love it. Out in the fresh air, moving the body, playing with your team and competing with yourself, golf is contrast between the agony of a golfer bleeding out and the […]

    • Extreme Sports

      by Tina Olivero

      Where Obstacles Become The Game And Contribution Is The Winning Formula Hailed as what might be the toughest sport on the planet, Tough Mudder events are hardcore obstacle courses designed to test your all-around strength, stamina, and mental fortitude. In keeping with the philosophy of this era, challenge “yourself and align with others,” Tough Mudder […]

    • Andy Murray: King of Tennis on the Rise

      by Liane Angerman, Associate Editor

      Andy Murray is the first male British tennis pro to win Wimbledon in 77 years against number-one-ranked Novak Djokovic in straight sets. Murray, ranked number two, is perpetuating global popularity of the sport with his ability to win title after title. As the reigning Olympic and U.S. Open champion, he consistently displaces his opponents with […]

    • Simon Donato – “Success and Sustainability”

      by Liane Angerman, Associate Editor

      Ultra-endurance athlete, entrepreneur, adventure scientist, and geology Phd, Simon Donato speaks exclusively to The OGM about his success and sustainability. “Endurance is a mindset—you must stick with it to make a difference,” shared Donato in season one of Boundless, a reality series on the Travel & Escape Network that he hosts and helped create. He […]

    • Stevie Baggs Jr:

      by Liane Angerman, Associate Editor

      Embracing the oncoming dusk of his career as a highly awarded and remunerated defensive end and linebacker, Stevie Baggs Jr. has learned to trust the ups and downs of life. The Calgary Stampeders’ new recruit is no stranger to the business of football, but he is new to the corporate world. With an international degree […]

    • Martin Gelinas: A New Chapter in Oil and Gas Leadership

      by Liane Angerman, Associate Editor

      Inside the post-practice dressing room, flames players are fielding media interviews as they shed sweaty equipment. Assorted staff and visitors are moving and milling about, all the while taking great caution not to step on the large Calgary flames logo emblazoned on the red carpet in the middle of the room. This little known fact of avoiding […]

    • The Rush of Polo

      by Rebecca Bollenbach

      If you were standing at the intersection of Westheimer and post oak today, you might find it ­difficult to believe that traveling back in time to a Sunday afternoon in 1928, you would be out in the country watching a polo match. In those days, the site was the home of the Houston riding and polo club, […]

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