Interview with Cam Maruzzella

Cam Maruzzella is a successful student-athlete who continues to make a difference in the world on and off the field. He works hard everyday to keep his hot streak going throughout the season. On top of that he keeps his mind set in the classroom. He is never late of assignments, and is always prepared for any test that is thrown at him.

Cam says the way he keeps his mind on track is using mental training. He says “Breathing is the key to success. Routines are important too. The more relaxed you are, the better you are able to think and get the job done”. Cam’s daily routine is waking up early and have a healthy breakfast. Next he is on his way to school and stays focused in the moment of each class individually. After school Cam heads on over to the baseball field to get ready for practice. He goes into the clubhouse not saying a word to anyone. Gets ready as quickly as possible, and runs out to set up the field. Once he is done, coach will begin practice. Cam sprints everywhere he goes. He always shows great attitude and hustles on and off the field.

Fossil Fuel Removal?

“The Green New Deal legislation laid out by Ocasio-Cortez sets goals for some drastic measures to cut carbon emissions across the economy, from electricity generation to transportation to agriculture. In the process, it aims to create jobs and boost the economy”(Rep.Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez).

I think that this whole idea of electric cars only and forcing people to sell their cars just to save a tree is stupid. We shouldn’t let a democratic tree hugger form New York decide what kind of cars people can own in the next 10 years; she’s out of her mind. And the logic behind saving the environment with her idea doesn’t make any sense. If we can only drive electric cars, we’re going to have to charge them overnight. In order to do that, we need more power plants. In order to create more of those, we need to cut down more trees. So actually her idea is back firing on her original thought of saving the environment. Plus, people will begin to hate the idea when they see their electric bill go through the roof. So do us all a favor Cortez and stop throwing out ideas. They’re not logical.

Do You Study For The SATs Too Much?

Studying non stop, every evening, every day has never helped anyone. Cramming is never the answer and this is also the case for studying. Studying too hard and too much can easily lead to a burn out and leave your mind frazzled on the test date. You’ll want to take breaks away from the studying and focus on the rest of your life, fun, and school work.

It’s easy to sit down to study and stay up an hour later than you normally would to cram in that little extra bit. However, that extra little bit may be doing you more harm than good. Getting enough sleep every night and especially the evening before your ACT or SAT exam date is essential to doing well in school and on tests.

I think the SATs are worthless and the government should get rid of it. Unfortunately that’s not going to happen anytime soon so studying for the SATs is good, but you need to pace yourself. Studying at the last minute, which in this case is like a week before the test, is not going to help you do well. You need to study both sides of the test at least 2 months in advance. While in school, you shouldn’t study for the test every day. I think studying for the SAT for 2 hours every weekend leading up to the test will help you do well. The 2 hours can be spread throughout the weekend as well. I don’t suggest doing it all in one sitting. You need to take breaks so your brain can reset and refresh itself. Hopefully one day the SAT will disappear. But until then, follow these tips and you should be fine for the test.

Interview with Cam Maruzzella

Cam Maruzzella is a successful student-athlete who continues to make a difference in the world on and off the field. He works hard everyday to keep his hot streak going throughout the season. On top of that he keeps his mind set in the classroom. He is never late of assignments, and is always prepared for any test that is thrown at him.

Cam says the way he keeps his mind on track is using mental training. He says “Breathing is the key to success. Routines are important too. The more relaxed you are, the better you are able to think and get the job done”. Cam’s daily routine is waking up early and have a healthy breakfast. Next he is on his way to school and stays focused in the moment of each class individually. After school Cam heads on over to the baseball field to get ready for practice. He goes into the clubhouse not saying a word to anyone. Gets ready as quickly as possible, and runs out to set up the field. Once he is done, coach will begin practice. Cam sprints everywhere he goes. He always shows great attitude and hustles on and off the field.

Fitness

Fitness is an important part of life. But not everyone does what they need to do to keep themselves in shape. Majority of Americans in this century don’t workout and are very lazy. Therefore making them overweight and out of shape eventually. Here are some tips on how to stay fit.

First of all you need to control your diet. Most people think that after hitting the gym or going out for a run, they can eat whatever they want. But really what they’re doing is adding on all the weight they just worked so hard to lose. Next you should work on different parts of your body everyday. Here is good example ,if your having a hard time coming up with a routine. Monday can be your upper body day. on this day you work on arms, chest, and back. Tuesday is leg day with a little core work added towards the end. On Wednesday you can work on cardio. Whether that’s running long distance or doing 10 sprints, running is important when it comes to staying in shape. I recommend working on core before or after running as well. Thursday we can go back to upper body. I would repeat the workout routine you have on Monday. Friday is leg day again. Repeat what you did on Thursday with some core. Saturday should be a day of all agility. Running, ladders, ect. These are great to keep you conditioned. I would also implement some core workouts as well. Sunday is a day of rest or is a day to do more running and or core workouts. This day is up to you. Remember with all this working out, you need to keep a healthy diet. Don’t sweats like candy and ice cream. Those will just ruin everything you worked on.

Yankees Baseball 2019

James Paxton enjoyed his finest career moment on May 8 of last season, firing a 99-pitch no-hitter against the Blue Jays in Toronto. As he prepares to join the Yankees following a November trade, the left-hander is confident that he can continue establishing himself as one of the best pitchers in today’s game.

I think James Paxton would be a great addition to the Yankees rotation. He’s one of the greatest pitchers in this day in age. He has done great things for the Mariners and I think he’ll continue to perform at his peek with the Yankees. On top of that, the Yankees will be getting Troy Tulowitzki to play the infield while Didi Gregorius is hurt for 75% of the year. Once Didi returns, the Yankees infield is going to be stacked. They’ll have so many options for a lineup. I think this year will be a great year for the New York Yankees.