Spice is a common theme in some of the menu items that Aramark is introducing to its MLB concession stands this season. One variety of chicken wings in Atlanta is mango habanero. The fries in Pittsburgh include jalapeno cheese sauce. And the Cuban Pretzel Dog features Dijon mustard. Check out these and other interesting concoctions:
Fame is one thing. Leadership, on the other hand, is a much greater challenge -- it requires not just visibility, but using that platform to make an impact. Fortune's World's Greatest Leaders list is an effort to identify global leaders who both reach a large population and take an active role in leading by example.
On the list of 50 distinguished individuals, five come from the sports world -- including four with ties to basketball. Here's a look at Yao Ming, LeBron James and the other top leaders in sports.See Slideshow >>
We're confident that just about everybody had the same reaction when news broke a few months ago that Randy Savage would be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame:
Savage had the ultimate combination of ring skills, outsized personality and speaking ability to become a wrestling icon. His catchphrase was so simple yet so memorable just because of the way he delivered it.
The ceremony will take place Saturday at the Shark Tank in San Jose, just down the road Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, the site for Sunday's WrestleMania 31. It will be a posthumous induction. Savage was 58 when he died during a car accident in 2011. An autopsy later revealed that Savage was suffering from heart disease, and that was what killed him, not the crash itself. Here's a look at Savage throughout his career:
By Katie Rosenbrock
It's a familiar scenario for many: You're at the gym when you unintentionally overhear the two nice women on the treadmills next to you discussing the parameters of their exercise routines, or a trainer doling out a piece of fitness advice to their client. You catch something they say and to yourself think one of two things: "Wait, is that really true? or "I'm pretty sure that's definitely wrong."
The point is, there's lots of questionable and flat-out false fitness advice floating all around -- in the gym, online, on TV, and in magazines.
"As a fitness professional with almost 20 years of experience, I've seen and heard a lot about fitness," says Maurice D. Williams, a NASM and NSCA certified trainer and the owner of Move Well Fitness. "In my days of training clients, watching people exercise, and exercising myself, there probably has not been a day that’s gone by that I haven't heard something that made me cringe."
Yes, there are "fitness tips" so wrong that they can make a trainer cringe, so we decided to find out which are the worst offenders. Williams calls this cringe-worthy advice "gym science," or un-true information that tends to float around in gym conversations.
"Typically speaking, they either have been proven wrong or are not proven at all,” he said.
We asked a few trainers to share the worst advice they’ve ever heard.
By Diana Gerstacker
Buried in the stress of our daily lives, it's hard to appreciate our connection to the universe and our small but important role.
It's so easy to get carried away and lose focus of what's important. Minds crowded and bodies exhausted we all need an escape every once in a while to reestablish that connection.
For many people yoga is that perfect escape. The practice challenges the mind and body, while helping us focus and let go of the unimportant. When you’re looking to unwind and refresh, a yoga retreat might be the perfect opportunity.
We've outlined 10 of the best yoga retreats in the world. From Dominica to Massachusetts, these are the places that have restored the mind, body and spirit of thousands of yogis.