Whether you don't have the money for a personal trainer, or just don't have time for the gym, you can still get great workouts anywhere you are thanks to YouTube.YouTube fitness channels are the new workout DVD. The videos are free to watch, easily to pull up any place you have a Wi-Fi connection and offer a huge variety of exercises, from aerobics and pilates to bootcamp and boxing. No matter your fitness goals, you'll be able to find something on YouTube to help you get there. Here are 10 of the best fitness channels on YouTube. Read more: Peloton, Daily Burn and more: The best workout video apps Now playing: Watch this: Tech essentials for fitness buffs 1:06 The Fitness Marshall If you're like me and hate working out, then The Fitness Marshall may be your answer. Fitness guru Caleb Marshall combines hit pop songs -- like "Heat" by Kelly Clarkson and "Pony" by Ginuwine -- with dance moves that help you break a sweat and have fun doing it. … [Read more...] about The best YouTube fitness videos for getting in shape for free
Pump priming in new deal
Amazon's annual Prime Day sale will be back in two weeks and include more deals, come to more countries and last longer than in past years. Plus, the company is giving away a new Lexus.The sale will kick off on Monday, July 16, at noon Pacific and go on for 36 hours, up from 30 hours last year. Australia, Singapore, Netherlands and Luxembourg will join in on Prime Day for the first time, along with the US, UK, Spain, Mexico, Japan, India, Italy, Germany, France, China, Canada, Belgium and Austria.Prime Day will include more than 1 million deals worldwide, an increase from "hundreds of thousands" of deals last year and over 100,000 the year before. Those deal will include twice as many Amazon device sales.A handful of sales are already starting today, including a $100 discount on the Echo Show smart speaker and four months of Amazon Music Unlimited for 99 cents. Now playing: Watch this: Amazon wants to make it easier to start your own delivery... 1:02 "We … [Read more...] about It’s official: Amazon Prime Day starts July 16
The Super Soaker The CPS 1200 Super Soaker has two water reservoirs, an expandable water bladder and a hand-operated pump system. As we saw in the last two sections, the main problem with conventional water guns is that they don't produce a very powerful stream. This is because the water pressure must be generated with each shot, either by the shooter or by a motorized system. It's not feasible to produce a high-pressure stream because it would mean applying a great deal of force in a short amount of time. In 1982, a nuclear scientist named Lonnie Johnson came up with an ingenious solution to this problem. In his spare time, he was working on a new heat-pump system that would use moving water to regulate temperature. Late one night, he attached a model of the pumping mechanism to the bathroom sink, and was startled by the powerful water blast that shot across the room. In that instant, he was struck by the idea for a water gun that would use compressed air to provide … [Read more...] about How Water Blasters Work
Nice Price Or Crack Pipe Is this used car a good deal? You decide! If you’re like me, you’re tired of waiting for the new Bronco to show up. Maybe today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Bronco II will fill the empty void in our Bronco-loving hearts. That is, if its price doesn’t involve emptying our wallets. Have you ever felt a love for something that absolutely no one else shared? Maybe it was a fondness for Nickelback, or perhaps it was walking around with a kick-me sign taped to your back—your know, to meet and engage energetic and outgoing other people. That kind of singular passion is rare and, dare I say it, unhealthy. It’s what births such personally rewarding but socially off-putting handiwork as yesterday’s custom 1985 Ford Thunderbird Turbo Coupe, and then emboldens the audacity on top of that to ask $13,200 for its purchase. That didn’t work out so well in the voting, as its massive 96-percent Crack Pipe loss showed that the only … [Read more...] about Could a Modest $1,500 Price Make This 1989 Ford Bronco II a Big Bucking Deal?
If you’ve read about Impact Wrestling before in this space, you mostly haven’t read anything flattering. The wrestling promotion, which launched with weekly pay-per-view events in 2002 as TNA and is still widely known colloquially by that acronym—Total Nonstop Action, if you were wondering—has long been something of an industry laughingstock. Some terrible creative moves turned it into WWE-lite and tales of financial mismanagement and questionable worker treatment trickled out on a regular basis. The promotion was clearly not in good health, in short, and a dizzying parade of stories about the company’s level of debt in Fall 2016 sealed the deal. Impact was real, but it felt something less than legit. This wasn’t quite new, either—the promotion had long occupied a strange space in which, regardless of who worked there, it was near-impossible to draw paying fans even if Impact talent could draw significant interest outside of the company. A.J. … [Read more...] about After Years Of Disarray, Impact Wrestling Is Finally Getting It Together