Michael T. Curd, D.Min., BCC, vice president of Pastoral Care at Methodist Healthcare, says that in showing their team spirit, fans are getting emotionally involved in something that's fun.
As they yell with enthusiasm, they act like kids, which is something adults need to do more often.
"Adults don't play enough," said Curd
With advance notice, Curd
is available for interviews on the health benefits of being a sports fan.
interview could be combined with footage in your files of football fans at one of the area sports bars for a good story on why getting into the spirit of the Super Bowl can be good for us.