After bringing the hammer down on the New Orleans Saints for the team's bounty program, Roger Goodell probably needed some time to decompress and just peace out.

It turns out Texans running back Arian Foster was just the man to help the commish feel right at om.

Foster tweeted this photo with the heading "#namaste Mr. Goodell."

Namaste, a Sanskrit word that starts and ends yoga practices, actually means "I bow to the divine in you." Given Goodell's ultimate authority in the league, that takes on additional meaning, but feel free to insert your own Tebow joke here.

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Women just got a lot more incentive to start working out.

There has been anecdotal evidence for years of women experiencing orgasm while performing core-based exercises, and a new research study from Indiana University now confirms the phenomenon -- dubbed coregasm -- is legit.

The study, based on the responses of 370 women between 18 to 63, said abdominal exercises triggered what researchers called EIO (Exercise Induced Orgasm) among 51.4 percent of them. Others reported this experience while weightlifting (26.5 percent), doing yoga (20 percent), bicycling (15.8 percent), running (13.2 percent) and walking/hiking (9.6 percent).

"These data are interesting because they suggest that orgasm is not necessarily a sexual event, and they may also teach us more about the bodily processes underlying women's experiences of orgasm,"" said Debby Herbenick, the study's co-author and co-director of the Center for Sexual Health Promotion and sexual health educator at the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University.

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