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Fitness: Enjoy the Process of Success

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Biceps Brachii

Biceps brachii flexes the elbow and raises the arm at the shoulder joint. The Biceps Brachii is the largest and primary muscle of the front of the upper arm ...

Biceps Femoris

The Biceps Femoris muscle shapes the lateral part of the hamstring muscles and causes knee flexion, which brings the lower leg up at the knee joint ...

Semimembranosus

Semimembranosus

Article in development ... The Semimembranosus muscle shapes the medial part of the hamstring muscles.

Triceps Brachii

Triceps Brachii

The Triceps Brachii muscle shapes the lateral part of the upper arm and causes elbow extension, which which straightens the arm at the elbow ...

DeForest Buckner Speed Training for NFL Draft 2016

“Looking everyday to get better.” -DeForest Buckner #NFLDraft2016https://t.co/M2F4MsJXNh — STACK (@STACKMedia) April 29, 2016

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Good Form, While Being Spotted for Dumbbell Bench Press

Girls train chest too! Keep your body looking balanced by training all parts, that includes legs for the guys pic.twitter.com/uipgsyBMCV — Myprotein.com (@MyproteinUK) May 2, 2016 Good form for dumbbell bench press exerciser, but the spotter is crouched too deep for a reactive response.

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Target Teams Up with Tracy Anderson in Wellness Push

Fitness Guru Tracy Anderson talks to FOXBusiness.com’s Jade Scipioni about her new deal with Target.

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Military Fitness Trend Rucking in Houston Causes Fox 26 to Ask, “What the Ruck?”

FOX 26 Houston Traffic Authority Anchor Michelle Merhar reports on Rucking special ops military-like training.

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PGA Highlights: Brett Stegmaier in Contention for a Jackpot win at Shriners Hospitals for Children Open

In the third round of the 2015 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, Brett Stegmaier maintained his position after carding a 3-under 68 with Morgan Hoffmann in hot pursuit just one shot back. Jimmy Walker’s brilliant shot from bunker at Shriners. In the third round of the 2015 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, Kevin Streelman dials […]

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Self-Defense of Choking Attacker

VIDEO: Self-defense with offender straddling on top of the victim attempting to choke the victim. In a choke hold you only have a few seconds before weakness starts to degrade strength and power. The only goal for survival is to stun the attacker’s nervous system with pain and/or direct disabling force before you become entrapped, […]

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Sheltie Cheating on the Treadmill Reminiscent of Humans Cheating on Treadmill

A sheltie cheats during treadmill workouts. (seen on America’s Funniest Home videos). Many humans cheat by holding their hands on front or side rails of treadmills while they are working out. If you want to drive extremely dominant trainers crazy, just grab onto the bar while walking. Technically, you’re taking a percentage off the load […]

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Marlins’ Batter Giancarlo Stanton Hit by Pitch; Suffers Facial Fractures, Dental Injuries, Laceration

Giancarlo Stanton is carted off the field at Miller Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin after swinging (ruled by umpire) and being hit in the face with a pitch from Mike Fiers in the 5th inning. Miami Marlins star outfielder and slugger Giancarlo Stanton was hit in the face by a pitch Thursday, and immediately fell to the […]

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Treadmill Tripping with Safety Harness as Method to Research and Train for Human Slips, Trips and Falls

Scientists are tripping the elderly on purpose in a Chicago lab in an effort to better prevent seniors from falling and injuring themselves in real life. University of Illinois at Chicago researcher Clive Pai studies topics, such as awareness and perception of slipperiness, postural and balance control, rating scales for balance, adaptation to slippery conditions, […]

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Colorado Rockies: Brett Anderson Back Injury Out of Nowhere?

In a game against the Chicago Cubs, Rockies’ starter Brett Anderson walked off Coors Field with back pain Tuesday because of back spasms. He’s likely headed for the disabled list. Anderson threw one strike to Arismendy Alcantara to start the fourth inning he immediately locked up. After leaving the game, Anderson immediately walked to the […]

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