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INDIANAPOLIS It will be difficult if not impossible for any Indianapolis Colts pass rusher in the foreseeable future to escape Robert Mathis' oversized shadow.

So it seems noteworthy that Jabaal Sheard is actively seeking it out.

One of first-year general manager Chris Ballard's biggest offseason acquisitions, Sheard has spent nearly every free moment at Mathis' side since practice began in the spring.

It's not uncommon to see the franchise's all-time sacks leader donning conical pads on both arms while sparring with Sheard on the sideline. The excercise is designed to improve Sheard's hand quickness one factor that could further amplify the 28-year-old's natural power.

But there's another move Sheard would love to master.

"First, I'm trying to learn that spin from him," the outside linebacker said with a laugh. "That's a whole other ... he's a freak of nature at that."

Sheard might not soon be bending his 6-foot-3, 265-pound frame perpendicular to the turf as he turns the corner in attempt to beat an offensive tackle.

But he is picking up tricks from Indianapolis' most famous volunteer assistant coach.

"Being around a GOAT like that, somebody that's been around the game and who's led the team in sacks, led the league in sacks (is a big help)," Sheard said, using a popular acronym to identify Mathis as one of the greatest of all time. "Any time you get a chance to work with him one on one, you want to."

The Colts are hoping all of those private lessons pay dividends.

Ballard has remodeled the Indianapolis defense into a younger, faster and more athletic unit. But there still are questions about where the primary pass rush will come from.

Sheard had a career-high 8.5 sacks as a rookie with Cleveland in 2011, and he had a combined 13 sacks in a rotational role with New England over the past two seasons.

The seventh-year veteran signed with the Colts in part because of the scheme. He wants to see what he can produce in the rush linebacker role popularized by Mathis in Indianapolis and Terrell Suggs in Baltimore.

Training camp is just a week old, but Colts head coach Chuck Pagano who coached both Mathis and Suggs in this scheme likes what he's seen thus far from Sheard.

"He doesn't say a whole lot," Pagano said of the soft-spoken defender. "He demands (a lot), in his own way, of himself and his teammates. But he's a big, physical guy. He's a good pass rusher. I wouldn't be surprised to see him have double-digit sacks for us this year."

Sheard's size and physicality also should make him a force in the run defense.

And the Pitt product isn't interested in individual numbers.

He was a part of Patriots teams that went to the AFC Championship Game and won the Super Bowl in the past two years, and winning is the only measurement he'll use for success.

If statistical glory comes along with that, all the better.

"I think every defensive end's goal is to get double-digit sacks," Sheard said. "Since I've been in the league, that's been one of my goals. If that helps the team win, hopefully (it will be achieved). But if it doesn't and that's not my job; my job is stopping the run that's what I'm gonna focus on.

"Anything I can do to help the team, that's what I'm here for."

Pagano figures that will be plenty.

He raves about Sheard's length and leverage. And he dreams of setting the big man loose on third down to chase opposing quarterbacks.

"He's hard to block," Pagano said.

If Sheard gets his way, that task eventually will become even more difficult.

He's been watching film of Mathis and former running mate Dwight Freeney since he came into the NFL as a second-round draft pick.

And he's not giving up on discovering the secret to their success.

"That spin move is gonna take a lot to learn," Sheard said. "And I'm gonna keep working at it."

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INDIANAPOLIS It will be difficult if not impossible for any Indianapolis Colts pass rusher in the foreseeable future to escape Robert Mathis oversized shadow.

So it seems noteworthy that Jabaal Sheard is actively seeking it out.

One of first-year general manager Chris Ballards biggest offseason acquisitions, Sheard has spent nearly every free moment at Mathis side since practice began in the spring.

Its not uncommon to see the franchises all-time sacks leader donning conical pads on both arms while sparring with Sheard on the sideline. The excercise is designed to improve Sheards hand quickness one factor that could further amplify the 28-year-olds natural power.

But theres another move Sheard would love to master.

First, Im trying to learn that spin from him, the outside linebacker said with a laugh. Thats a whole other ... hes a freak of nature at that.

Sheard might not soon be bending his 6-foot-3, 265-pound frame perpendicular to the turf as he turns the corner in attempt to beat an offensive tackle.

But he is picking up tricks from Indianapolis most famous volunteer assistant coach.

Being around a GOAT like that, somebody thats been around the game and whos led the team in sacks, led the league in sacks (is a big help), Sheard said, using a popular acronym to identify Mathis as one of the greatest of all time. Any time you get a chance to work with him one on one, you want to.

The Colts are hoping all of those private lessons pay dividends.

Ballard has remodeled the Indianapolis defense into a younger, faster and more athletic unit. But there still are questions about where the primary pass rush will come from.

Sheard had a career-high 8.5 sacks as a rookie with Cleveland in 2011, and he had a combined 13 sacks in a rotational role with New England over the past two seasons.

The seventh-year veteran signed with the Colts in part because of the scheme. He wants to see what he can produce in the rush linebacker role popularized by Mathis in Indianapolis and Terrell Suggs in Baltimore.

Training camp is just a week old, but Colts head coach Chuck Pagano who coached both Mathis and Suggs in this scheme likes what hes seen thus far from Sheard.

He doesnt say a whole lot, Pagano said of the soft-spoken defender. He demands (a lot), in his own way, of himself and his teammates. But hes a big, physical guy. Hes a good pass rusher. I wouldnt be surprised to see him have double-digit sacks for us this year.

Sheards size and physicality also should make him a force in the run defense.

And the Pitt product isnt interested in individual numbers.

He was a part of Patriots teams that went to the AFC Championship Game and won the Super Bowl in the past two years, and winning is the only measurement hell use for success.

If statistical glory comes along with that, all the better.

I think every defensive ends goal is to get double-digit sacks, Sheard said. Since Ive been in the league, thats been one of my goals. If that helps the team win, hopefully (it will be achieved). But if it doesnt and thats not my job; my job is stopping the run thats what Im gonna focus on.

Anything I can do to help the team, thats what Im here for.

Pagano figures that will be plenty.

He raves about Sheards length and leverage. And he dreams of setting the big man loose on third down to chase opposing quarterbacks.

Hes hard to block, Pagano said.

If Sheard gets his way, that task eventually will become even more difficult.

Hes been watching film of Mathis and former running mate Dwight Freeney since he came into the NFL as a second-round draft pick.

And hes not giving up on discovering the secret to their success.

That spin move is gonna take a lot to learn, Sheard said. And Im gonna keep working at it.

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Vast majority of Scottish children not meeting excercise guideline – The Scotsman

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Just one in 10 Scottish children achieve recommended levels of physical activity every day, a new study conducted for the Scottish Government has revealed.

Opposition politicians claimed the findings were alarming at a time when obesity is a major problem for Scottish children.

According to the research, the vast majority of 10 and 11-year-olds in Scotland were failing to meet guidelines, which say they should do at least one hour of moderate to vigorous exercise daily.

The findings were based on information provided by 774 10 and 11-year-olds taking part in the long-standing Growing Up in Scotland study.

It found that on average children were sedentary for 7.5 hours per day (7.7 hours during weekdays and 7.1 hours on weekends).

Just 11 per cent of children managed 60 minutes or more of moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) every day.

This figure rose to 60 per cent when the requirement to breach the one hour barrier every day was removed and the average amount of moderate to physical activity per day was calculated across a longer period.

On average it was found that children spent 73 minutes in moderate to vigorous physical activity per day 76 minutes per weekday and 64 minutes per weekend day.

Boys were more active than girls with males spending 78 minutes in MVPA compared with 68 minutes.

Physical activity was measured by children reporting how much exercise they took or by wearing an activity monitor.

The study found that a slightly higher proportion of children from deprived areas met the guidelines, but the difference was not statistically significant.

Scottish Conservative shadow health secretary Miles Briggs said: This is a problem for everyone, regardless of deprivation or gender the entire country is impacted.From a public health perspective, its alarming that so few children are doing enough exercise each day.Weve always known activity levels in Scotland are lower than they should be.But people will be stunned that just 11 per cent of youngsters are doing enough. We already have severe problems with obesity north of the border, and all the health complications that brings.Going on this survey, that situation is only going to get worse in the years and decades to come. If the Scottish Government doesnt take strong action to address this now, thousands upon thousands of Scots will suffer the implications further down the line.Labours education spokesman Iain Gray said: This is a worrying report, with just11per cent of children meeting the recommended levels of exercise.We have a serious problem in this country with childhood obesity, and this report shows things are not getting any better.SNPministers haverepeatedly failed to deal with this crisis, with the number of home economics teachers having plummeted since they came to power and the SNP government failing to provide outdoor sports facilities to schools.Labourwould stop the SNPs cuts and would invest in education in Scotland.

Scottish Lib Dem health spokesman Alex Cole-Hamilton said the Scottish Government must invest more in encouraging healthy living. Mr Cole-Hamilton said: Healthy eating and lifestyle choices start in childhood. These new statistics confirm the need for children to be spending less time vegetating and more time exercising outside despite the ropey Scottish weather.

The strain on our waist line creates a strain on our NHS. We already spend hundreds of millions of pounds every year treating conditions that are ultimately avoidable. Weight related conditions like heart disease and cancer put huge strain on our NHS. Unless we take action now our NHS faces an obesity time bomb that will only increase pressure on services.

We need to ensure that parents get the support they need to give their children a healthy start in life. Scottish Liberal Democrats would invest in sport and promote healthy lifestyles as well as extend the rights of GPs to social prescribing, including free access to exercise programmes if they judge it will help the health and well being of an individual.

Aileen Campbell, Minister for Public Health and Sport, said: The Growing up in Scotland Study found that 60% of 10-11-year-olds are active for at least 60 minutes a day on average. This follows on from the most recent Scottish Health Survey, which found that 73% of two to 15-year-olds were active for at least 60 minutes a day.

This government is working to create a culture where children are as active as possible, helping to develop good habits throughout life. We have made a commitment for Scotland to become the first Daily Mile nation, with more than two in five primary schools currently taking part. Further details of this will be announced later this month.

The proportion of schools offering two hours or periods of PE per week has increased from less than 10% in 2004/5 to 98% in 2016 thanks to an 11.6 million investment. We have also invested 50 million in the successful Active Schools programme, along with a significant investment in new facilities.

We want to go further, particularly to encourage more teenage girls to be active. Our 300,000 sporting equality fund will encourage more girls and women to take part in sport at all levels. We are also continuing to invest in the sportscotlands Active Girls programme, specifically working with teenage girls.

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SCENARIO: disgruntled Airman shoots six, himself

Master Sgt. Louis Hause, left, and Staff Sgt. Lucus Vannorsdall, right, 308th Rescue Squadron pararescuemen, tend to victims of an active shooter exercise July 25 in Hangar 750. (image by U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Lindsey Maurice)

BREVARD COUNTY PATRICK AIR FORCE BASE, FLORIDA The 920th Rescue Wing and 45th Space Wing inspection teams worked side-by-side recently as they tested their units response capabilities in working together to combat an active shooter on the installation.

The exercise kicked off in Hangar 750, when a disgruntled Airman shot six others and then himself.

A team of 45th Security Forces Squadron defenders were dispatched to the scene where they apprehended the suspect and cleared the building.

Pararescuemen from the 308th Rescue Squadron reported to the Hangar shortly afterward and rendered first aid to the victims until the 45th Civil Engineer Squadron fire department arrived on scene.

The medics then worked together to safely transport the victims onto awaiting ambulances bound for the hospital.

The exercise ended mid afternoon when the commanders action teams and support personnel finished their roles in obtaining 100 percent accountability of personnel, next of kin notifications for those killed and injured and other behind-the-scenes actions.

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Staff photo by Don Himsel The motto at CFI emblazoned on a T-shirt

Staff photo by Don Himsel Cadets gather after classroom instruction and prepare to attend their next excercise Wednesday.

Staff photo by Don Himsel Justine Shackleton of Toronto, Canada, was once a cadet. She returned this year as a volunteer to help Nashua Fire Rescue Lt. Jess Wyman run the camp. Its very rewarding for me to see the girls transform over the week; witness them experience the incredible thing that I did, she said. I went through that same transformation.

Staff photo by Don Himsel Olivia Horstkotte of Hudson listens to an instructor Wednesday.

Staff photo by Don Himsel Victoria Thickins of Londonderry puts on gear before a lesson on wildfire fighting Wednesday.

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Staff photo by Don Himsel A cadet rushes to effectively deploy her emergency fire shelter during a timed excercise Wednesday.

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To your Good Health: Choose a better diet and excercise regimen for health – Prescott Daily Courier

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Dr. Keith Roach, Syndicated Columnist

DEAR DR. ROACH: In a recent column, you said, I dont find simply telling people to eat less and move more to always be an effective therapy. What do you suggest to patients wanting to lose weight? C.N.

ANSWER: The vast majority of patients I see who are overweight know they are overweight, and have tried unsuccessfully to lose weight. Often, they have tried multiple different types of diets, sometimes having success in the short term but then having gained it back. Eat less, move more, while correct, doesnt address the issues that are important for many people.

Although some of my colleagues will disagree with me, I look at the issue differently. I recommend that people choose a healthy diet. There are many healthy diets, and people can choose what they like, but I recommend plenty of vegetables, some fruits, and good-quality protein sources such as legumes or nuts and lean meats or fatty fish for those who eat them; processed foods, especially starches and processed meats, should be avoided. Along with these dietary changes, which are modest for many people, I advise increasing exercise, from wherever the person starts (within reason).My rationale is that losing weight often seems unattainable to people; however, eating better and exercising more feel like they are within ones control. There is no doubt that people will be healthier with a better diet and with more exercise.

It is true that over a long time, most people who make those dietary and exercise changes will lose weight. But the primary goal is to improve health, even if the weight doesnt come down.

Some people, especially those with medical problems due to their weight, need more-intensive intervention, and I am fortunate to have colleagues in weight management, both medical and surgical, for those who need it.

DEAR DR. ROACH: I went gluten-free four years ago for health reasons. I had no irritable bowel issues or celiac disease. After this amount of time, is it OK to reintroduce wheat and gluten? Does going gluten-free when you do not have celiac disease cause you to become more gluten-sensitive because its reintroduction would be like a foreign substance to your system? I fear I may have caused myself to become gluten-sensitive by avoiding it when I didnt have to. Can you please advise? L.

ANSWER: If you had no gluten sensitivity and no celiac disease, then you should have no issues with going back on a diet containing gluten, as far as I have been able to tell from my reading and my understanding of the condition. However, some people with celiac disease have extremely mild symptoms, such as fatigue or abdominal discomfort after eating, which are symptoms felt by nearly everyone from time to time. Nonetheless, making the diagnosis of celiac disease is important, even in people with minimal or no symptoms. People with celiac disease are more likely to develop autoimmune disorders, nutritional deficiencies and some cancers. Also, dietary intervention is critical in the case of women who might become pregnant.

If you truly had no symptoms at all before you went gluten-free, and still dont once you restart, I dont think any testing is necessary. However, if you notice symptoms, then a blood antibody test while on a diet containing gluten can establish the diagnosis.

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St. Cloud State Unniversity is not only committed to bringing you education but also the safety of students.

On July 19 the campus of St. Cloud State will be conducting a full-scale emergency exercise. Associate Director of Public Safety, Jennifer Super, says the university will be engaged with community response partners including the St. Cloud Police and Fire Departments, St. Cloud Hospital, and Gold Cross Ambulance.

The exercise will span over 4 hours from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Atwood Memorial Center will have a late open at 11 a.m. and V Parkiing Lot next to 5th Avenue South will be closed until 1 p.m. while the rest of campus will operate at their usual times.

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