As you may know, the calories you need to lose are based largely on the percentage of your body weight that’s accounted for by fat. But if you have a good metabolism–that is to say, your total body mass divided by your body fat–that figure of 1,250 calories a day won’t be hard to beat.
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It’s no shock that the NFL teams are starting to feel a sense of urgency when it comes to their respective running backs. In fact, with Adrian Peterson facing a ten game suspension and the Minnesota Vikings reportedly looking at their two free agents, the market appears to have started getting very clear.
And while the NFL draft can be a bit unpredictable these days, there are some veteran studs available at the running back position that may jump up in demand in the coming offseason. We took a look at the running backs to watch at the upcoming draft to find out which prospect could make the most of his draft stock at the position and whether he could be a great pickup for a team desperate for a true workhorse to be able to carry a huge load.
1. Leonard Fournette, LSU
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After a lengthy standoff in the Supreme Court, the Supreme Court has upheld a California school district’s ban on religious displays on their playgrounds. Students are allowed to display religious messages and religious icons, but also art or “other forms of expression including signs, flags, banners and other banners.”
The San Diego Union-Tribune reports that the ruling is an important victory because it allows schools to exclude religious displays because of the threat of public harm.
“California’s constitutional separation of church and state gives school districts power to prohibit school-sponsored religious displays, like crosses and other religious symbols, that would cause students harm or humiliation,” the Supreme Court wrote in a majority opinion from Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg. “The Santa Fe Independent School District’s display of crosses as part of its school district’s official district theme—Santa Claus is Coming to Town—caused humiliation and fear in the classroom.”
The Supreme Court’s ruling upholds an injunction issued in 2010 by the California Supreme Court in response to an appeal alleging that a town ordinance was unconstitutional. In 2010 the Supreme Court refused to hear the appeal because there was no evidence that the Santa Fe
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