• The Hair Fight Against Humidity

    Summer has come and gone but the heat has shown no signs of slowing down. When dealing with such hot humid weather while tailgating and enjoying Sunday night football at FedEx Field, the hair battle against humidity begins! Humidity can cause uncontrollable frizz and the most unwanted experience of all…A bad hair day! Here’s an arsenal of tips to not only wage war against humidity but also win the fight!

    10 Things you Need to Know:

        #1  Shampoo at most every other day. 

                    Shampoo works great for cleaning dirt and grime away from hair, but it's not ... Read More

  • Motivation Monday: Maryland Governor Larry Hogan

    10.05.2015 / Blog Posts Redskins

    This #MotivationMonday, we’re inspired by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan!

    Governor Hogan was diagnosed with stage 3 non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in June of this year. Throughout his treatment, Hogan has continued his duties both as governor and as an active community member, becoming an advocate in the fight against all cancer. Hogan attended the Redskins season opener to raise awareness for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. During the first quarter of the game, Hogan and four honorees from the Cool Kids Campaign, also battling cancer, were recognized in the end zone. Their presence was met by an overwhelming cheer of support ... Read More

  • WOW's Wedding Wisdom Series: Redskins Cheerleader Taryn W

    The Women of Washington are teaming up with the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders (WRC) to bring you "Wedding Wisdom."

    Follow the First Ladies of Football along their engangement journeys! 


    Meet WRC Taryn W! 


    How We Met

    The first time Jordan and I officially met was at Hampton University in Calculus class, the summer of 2009. We were both fairly vocal and knowledgable in class so we were intrigued by each other. The candid consciousness and similar backgrounds we shared brought the strongest bond between us. The support that was just calc at first, turned into an unexpected fondness; going fishing, road ... Read More

  • WOW Exclusive Offer: New Era Essential Hat

    10.02.2015 / Blog Posts Fashion Redskins

    WOW Ladies, we know you love to wear pink in October! Add this Redskins New Era Essential Hat to your collection when you save 25% this week only.

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  • Wellness Wednesday: The Latest Fitness Trend

    09.30.2015 / Blog Posts Health and Wellness Redskins

    This #WellnessWednesday, break up your workout regimen with this trending workout- Tabata!

    What is it?

    Tabata is a high intensity interval training workout. The idea is that a shorter workout can be just as effective as long, drawn out exercises. Tabata calls for you to give 20 seconds of maximal effort in one exercise, followed by 10 seconds of recovery, to be repeated multiple times.

    A common practice is to do a 20-minute Tabata workout, which consists of 4 rounds of Tabata (4 minutes each) with 1 full minute of rest between each round. There’s a wide range of ... Read More

  • Inside Look: Redskins Cheerleaders' Dermatologist Talks Dry Skin

    Photo Source: Associated Press

    Contributed by Dr. Robert S. Berger of Charles County Dermatology

    Now that the summer is fading, time to review the changes the fall will bring to your skin.

    Sometime around mid-October, the humidity will drop from its oppressive high to more comfortable levels. While this will feel better to us, the dryness that comes from this change will cause dry skin and eczema to worsen. As the temperature falls, the humidity falls with it, causing dryness. Some patients with severe eczema will need to wear scarfs/gloves, etc. when outside as the weather drops to less ... Read More

  • Motivation Monday: Terry Allen Goes Back to School

    09.28.2015 / Blog Posts Redskins

    If you need inspiration to start your week, look no further than Redskins alum Terry Allen!

    The former Redskins running back and 1996 Pro Bowl select is going back to his roots. 25 years after leaving Clemson University for the NFL, Allen is fulfilling a promise he made to his mom- to finish school!

    Allen, who is taking 15 credits this semester, has a year and a half left to earn the management degree he began back in 1980. Not only that, but he’s rejoined the Clemson football program as a student assistant. Allen reflected on the opportunity, saying ... Read More

  • WOW Exclusive Offer: Pet Accessories

    09.25.2015 / Blog Posts Redskins

    Dress your pet in style - Redskins style that is! From leashes to jerseys, this week only save 25% on ALL Redskins pet accessories! 

    Use the code WOWDEAL174


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  • Career Corner: You Can’t Always Play it Safe

    One of the biggest mistakes a professional can make is not taking risks.

    Naturally, many people venture down a path of security – and I can’t blame them. With many of us still recovering from the economic recession, the idea of leaving the comfort of a job, project or lifestyle that has not necessarily caused you too much trouble, seems crazy!

    The reality is – Avoiding risks can harm you more in the long run. Taking a chance early in your career and often will bring opportunities you may not have even envisioned. Whether it is a success or fail, you ... Read More

  • Wellness Wednesday: Should I be concerned if my child is diagnosed with Osgood-Schlatter disease?

    09.23.2015 / Blog Posts Health and Wellness

    Amy Henning, DO, OrthoVirginia

    As with many questions, the answer is, “it depends.” Osgood-Schlatter Disease is usually a temporary condition that causes swelling on an area of the upper tibia (shin bone) called the tibial tuberosity. During the rapid adolescent growth spurt this area is vulnerable to overuse as the kneecap tendon places continuous traction on the growing bone. Poor flexibility and activities involving jumping and stopping suddenly contribute to developing this condition. It is fine to be a part of activities as long as there is no limp. However, if limping occurs, rest from activity is recommended. 

    The good ... Read More

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