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WWE SummerSlam 2019 Results: Charlotte Prevails, Remains WWE's Top Priority In Women's Division
Trish Stratus and Charlotte Flair competed at WWE SummerSlam 2019. Charlotte Flair defeated Trish Stratus via submission at WWE SummerSlam 2019 in a highly emotional match that appeared to be Trish Stratus’ sendoff. On a card that has been defined by feuds of all priorities running out of time, Charlotte Flair’s rather simple and straightforward conflict with legend Trish Stratus has been one of the few coherent builds from start to finish. Even with limited time—Stratus made her return just last week on SmackDown Live and was promptly challenged by Flair to a match—the two made the most ou...
Aug 12, 2019 01:18 UTC Fitness Read More

Hopatcong's Claudia Luca back on her feet for senior season
The naturally hilly landscape that Hopatcong sits on makes it a prime area for distance runners to their build endurance and lower times.
Aug 11, 2019 04:00 UTC Fitness Read More

Gain culture while finding balance at the LSU Museum of Art
The LSU Museum of Art offers a unique opportunity to help you find balance and culture at the same time.
Aug 08, 2019 18:09 UTC Fitness Read More

Air Force mulls practice physical fitness tests: 'No harm, no foul'
Airmen who are skittish about regular physical fitness tests may soon be allowed practice attempts with "no harm, no foul" results.
Aug 08, 2019 17:53 UTC Fitness Read More

By the numbers: Minneapolis ranks 3rd fittest U.S. city
Minneapolis finished third on a 2019 fitness index analyzing the 100 largest U.S. cities.
Aug 08, 2019 16:27 UTC Fitness Read More

Buti Yoga Is The Booty Shaking Asana Practice You Need In Your Life
Plus, it'll light your abs on
Aug 08, 2019 10:59 UTC Fitness Read More

Arsenal Tech grad used the job experience in school to further his career
As students head back to school this week, we're looking at the options available to them right now that could prove valuable learning experiences for their…
Aug 05, 2019 14:44 UTC Fitness Read More

Top ski technique tour returns to UK with extra dates and locations to help skiers improve their skills pre-season
Leading ski instructor Warren Smith is returning to towns and cities across the UK with his revolutionary Technique Lab workshop for the fourth year running. Following the success of the tour since its inception in 2016, Warren Smith, The Telegraph Ski & Snowboard ski skills editor and founder of the Warren Smith Ski Academy, has added a number of new locations. Last winter the Academy added a number of smaller local to its schedule, which takes place throughout October, and this year is further expanding its reach with new stops in Ireland and Guernsey. Other new locations include Rivingto...
Aug 05, 2019 11:59 UTC Fitness Read More

With fitness studio, owner works to help people realize they're worth it
Jenn Martin, a mom of three, opened Studio BYO in January in northwest Raleigh.
Aug 05, 2019 00:59 UTC Fitness Read More

Bridge Road Shops studio focuses on fitness for kids
Drawing upon her own diverse experience in the disciplines she teaches, Holly Corey launched the eponymous Holly Corey, a children's gymnastics, yoga and…
Aug 02, 2019 01:44 UTC Fitness Read More

Don't Be Fooled, Double-Unders Are One Of The Hardest Moves To Master
Good thing these pros have all the tips for you. Cavan Images - Getty Images What do AMRAPs, Fitaid, and No-Bulls have in common? Welp, they’ve all been popularized by the sport of functional fitness (also known as CrossFit). And there’s one more biggie to add to the list: double-unders. The exercise gets its name because, wait for it...the jump rope needs to pass beneath your feet twice per rep. It’s math, Fam: 1 dub = 1 jump + 2 rope rotations. Got it? Okay cool, let's continue. Double-unders may look like jumping rope on steroids and/or really, really, really fast single unders (just me?...
Aug 01, 2019 20:14 UTC Fitness Read More

Two Chinese girls end up in intensive care after attempting ‘1,000 squat challenge’
In the latest instalment of ‘viral fads gone wrong’ phenomena, two Chinese teenage girls exercised their way into intensive care, having taken part in the truly hellish-sounding ‘One Thousand Squat’ challenge’. What started off as an innocent competition between two friends had very serious consequences for 19-year-old Tang and her pal as the pair battled to out-squat each other in Chongqing, China. The teens took turns doing one squat at a time via video call and their obstinance quickly saw them rack up impressive numbers. “We both did not want to lose and so we kept trying to beat each o...
Jul 31, 2019 17:31 UTC Fitness Read More

Students May Not Benefit From Fitness Tests, Study Finds
According to a new study from Louisiana State University, school fitness tests may not be a valuable use of a student's time. Some people believe that fitness…
Jul 31, 2019 16:34 UTC Fitness Read More

Americans still not listening to Physical Activity Guidelines, study finds
Americans are sitting more than ever and not meeting the daily recommended guidelines for physical activity, according to a new study.
Jul 30, 2019 10:53 UTC Fitness Read More

Army, National Guard prepare for new, 'challenging' fitness test
Members of the Iowa National Guard say their physical training will soon become much tougher.
Jul 30, 2019 03:14 UTC Fitness Read More

NJ police tests fail women recruits. Here’s how it hurts your safety and your wallet
In just one year, New Jersey almost tripled the rate of women failing police academy physical tests after imposing a nearly impossible test on recruits.
Jul 30, 2019 00:20 UTC Fitness Read More

Matt Roberts: How to work out when you're hungover
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Jul 28, 2019 15:21 UTC Fitness Read More

Google Nest sending 100k Home Minis to people with paralysis
Smart assistants can make life easier in a lot of ways, but for folks living with disabilities that limit their mobility, their usefulness can skyrocket. With that in mind, Google Nest has teamed up with the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation to give out 100,000 Google Home Minis to people living with paralysis. Not only that, but the company is making it easier for Google Home users to donate to the Reeve Foundation and help its cause. The initiative was announced in a Google Blog post penned by Reeve Foundation ambassador and paralympic powerlifter Garrison Redd. Redd explains that he’s…
Jul 26, 2019 15:50 UTC Fitness Read More

The key to men's health? Get physical — then get a physical
Statistically speaking men die younger than women. Many of the causes that contribute to shorter, less healthy lives are preventable. Encourage the men in your…
Jul 25, 2019 21:22 UTC Fitness Read More

New York State Police welcome 228 new troopers
The New York State Police are welcoming 228 new state troopers following their graduation from the state police academy.
Jul 24, 2019 22:21 UTC Fitness Read More

New York State Police welcomes 228 new troopers
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The New York State Police is welcoming 228 new state troopers following their graduation from the state police academy. Wednesday's…
Jul 24, 2019 21:01 UTC Fitness Read More

New York State Police welcomes 228 new troopers
The state police announced awards to new troopers who excelled at academic achievement, physical fitness and the use of firearms during training.
Jul 24, 2019 20:58 UTC Fitness Read More

Your Healthy Family: Would you know if you were having a heart attack?
Dominique is a technical sergeant in the United States Air Force, and had just completed his annual physical fitness test that included a timed run when he says,…
Jul 24, 2019 20:35 UTC Fitness Read More


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