A 30-day strength training routine — no equipment required

Panicking about trading in your bulky, winter sweaters for sleeveless tops and swimsuits? If you’ve been slacking on your fitness, one of the quickest ways to start toning up is by incorporating strength training routine. It’s an important part of a well-rounded workout program that many of us disregard in favor of cardio-focused exercise. The Department of Health and Human Services recommends incorporating strength training exercises for all major muscle groups into a fitness routine at least two times a week. Not only can it improve bone density and help reduce your risk of osteoporosis, but strength training builds lean muscle mass, which helps burn fat while torching calories (thus fast-tracking progress towards your beach body). Not only will you get physical benefits from strength training, you’ll also score some pretty big mental perks as well. Research shows that strength training is associated with reductions in anxiety symptoms, improvements in cognition and self-esteem, and reduction in depression symptoms and improvement in sleep quality for adults with diagnosed depression. My clients have attested to feeling an increase in energy and feeling more positively a...

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Snake under Refrigerator bites 9-month-old Boy playing in kitchen

James, a 9-month old boy was bitten by a Snake on Saturday morning while playing in the kitchen. Jenna Lees-Rofle, the mother of the child said to The Boston Globe that when her child was playing on the kitchen floor, a milk snake appeared from under the refrigerator and attacked her child, it sunk its teeth in the baby’s leg. Jenna was about to prepare breakfast at her home in 133 Fells Ave and had made her son sit on the kitchen floor and play with pots and pans so as to make her child engaged. After a minute when she turned, she saw a 5-foot snake appear from under the refrigerator and bit her child. “I screamed,” Rofle told the newspaper. “I immediately grabbed James and brought him to a safe place in another room with my 3-year-old,” says Jenna in her statement. The snake was later identified as a female milk snake which belonged among the non-venomous type of snakes and is usually found in Massachusetts. Being bought up in Australia, Jenna was already prepared for the worst. “Snakes there can be very vicious,” said Lees-Rofle. “This was nothing like that.” The lady says that the snake might have got frightened by her child who was playing with pots and pans. After checking...

Sonim announces shipments of new Rapid Deployment Kits, upcoming plans for package

Greater communications flexibility soon will be within the grasp of some public-safety agencies, as Sonim Technologies started shipping its Rapid Deployment Kit (RDK-2) with a FirstNet Ready Cradlepoint router and announced plans to further integrate satellite and LMR capabilities into the carry-case package later this year. Bob Escalle, Sonim Technologies’ vice president for public-safety market segments, said the RDK-2 provides deployable LTE and Wi-Fi coverage in a package that is small enough to be carried to locations where a vehicular deployable is not practical. “It extends the range [of LTE by extending an access-point bubble,” Escalle said during an interview with IWCE’s Urgent Communications. “Think of it as a portable Wi-Fi hotspot that you bring with you that has router functionality and a PoE [power-over-Ethernet] switch, with the ability to have a satellite connection for quick failover.” Perhaps most importantly, the RDK-2 is designed to be deployed quickly at an incident scene by first responders, without any need for extensive special training, Escalle said. “You don’t need to be an engineer,” he said. “You pull it out. You flip up the antennas, because the ant...

L&L previews exhibitors and their products on show at the latest installment of the leading label

L&L previews exhibitors and their products on show at the latest installment of the leading label and package printing trade show, Labelexpo Europe 2017. Labelexpo Europe 2017 takes place September 25-28 in Brussels, Belgium, and is set to be the biggest edition in the show’s history. As well as the below exhibitor-by-exhibitor preview, read Andy Thomas’ opinion article on how Labelexpo Europe is broadening its horizons in 2017, and L&L editor James Qurk’s leader from issue 4 on how boundaries are shifting and the term ‘label’ is being redefined. There’s also a look at the new Automation Arena feature area debuting at Labelexpo Europe this year, and a lowdown on the Label Industry Global Awards 2017 finalists, also reported here, plus more on the new FoodSaveUV industry group that proposes food safe UV certification. And if you missed the pre-show webinar, catch up with it here. Further, see the image gallery below for visual highlights of what will be presented on the show floor at Labelexpo Europe 2017. AB Graphic | ACE | acpo | Actega | adphos Digital Printing | Ahlstrom-Munksjö | Shanghai Ako Printing Technology | Albertin | Alpha...

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Alfa RomeoAston MartinAudiBentleyBMWBugattiBuickCadillacChanganChevroletCheryChryslerCitroenDodgeFerrariFiatFordGeelyGeneral MotorsHondaHyundaiIsuzuJaguarJeepKiaLand RoverLexusLotusMahindraMazdaMcLarenMercedes-BenzMitsubishiNissanOpelPeugeotPorscheProtonRenaultRolls RoyceSAABSEATSmartSsangyongSubaruSuzukiTataToyotaVauxhallVolkswagenVolvo Spanners Mixer Hire and Volvo Trucks will be exhibiting an 18-tonne GVW Volvo FL chassis equipped with a CIFA four cubic metre truckmixer at the UK Concrete Show this week at Birmingham’s NEC. Spanners Mixer Hire, based in Market Deeping near Peterborough, are the official UK agents for CIFA truckmixer bodies. With its compact 2.1 metre wide cab and low chassis weight of 5200kg, including fuel and Adblue, the Volvo FL represents an ideal platform for lightweight mixer operations in urban and suburban areas. The FL’s excellent manoeuvrability in the confined spaces prevalent on housing developments and in suburban areas is aided by its 3500mm wheelbase. The example on display is equipped with a Euro-5 260hp (Peak torque 1010Nm) variant of Volvo’s D7F engine coupled to a ZT01109, nine-speed, range-change, manual gearbox with overdrive and crawler ...

Have you ever wondered what exactly is a water softener? After all, isn’t all water soft?

Have you ever wondered what exactly is a water softener? After all, isn’t all water soft? Fair point. But water softeners were created to combat a surprisingly common problem: hard water. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, about 85 percent of American households have hard water, including homes with city water and well water. But what exactly is hard water and what can be done about? Glad you asked. The term “hard water” may sound like an oxymoron, but it’s simply household water that contains high concentrations of dissolved minerals, specifically calcium and magnesium. These minerals don’t make water unhealthy to drink. They also are relatively undetectable through smell or taste, but they can be harmful just the same. The effects of elevated mineral levels range from annoying to highly destructive. Hard water causes cloudy water spots on sinks, dishes, silverware, and shower enclosures. White, crusty deposits form on teakettles and coffee pots. Hard water also dramatically reduces the lathering and rinse-ability of laundry detergent, body soap, and shampoo. As a result, laundered clothes appear gray and faded. Bathing and showering in hard water makes your skin feel dr...

New Jersey Democrats Introduce Bill to BAN Your Current Rifles as “Assault Weapons”

New Jersey –-(Ammoland.com)- With the take over of the New Jersey Governors office by rabid gun banning Democrat, Phil Murphy, the first attack on NJ gun owners rights and property, of what will be many, has been launched.  The proposed bill would ban most all the rifles and shotguns you currently own and legally bought under the current NJ laws. Sponsored by state senator Senator Nia H. Gill this bill would “strengthen” the State’s current assault weapons ban by revising the definition of an “assault weapon” to include: rifles with detachable magazines and one military style feature; semi-automatic shotguns with one military style feature; and semi-automatic pistols with one military style feature. The current definition of an assault weapon sets forth a list of prohibited firearms and specifically includes any firearm that is “substantially identical” to any of the enumerated firearms. Under State regulations, a semi-automatic firearm is to be considered substantially identical to an enumerated firearm if it meets certain criteria. This bill codifies these regulations while expanding the number of firearms that would be considered assault weapons by adding criteria and reducin...

My PC is too big. Much too big. I’d always vaguely suspected it, but testing Corsair’s

My PC is too big. Much too big. I’d always vaguely suspected it, but testing Corsair’s Obsidian Series 350D case earlier this week made it quite clear. My PC is full of air and unoccupied slots and bays. I have four 5.25″ optical drive bays that I don’t use. The top one houses a DVD burner, but I can’t remember the last time I stuck a disc in it. I moved to Canada over three years ago, and I’m positive that I’ve never purchased a blank DVD in this country. Half of the expansion slots on my motherboard are set dressing. I only have a dual-slot graphics card and a sound card. In fairness, I use five of my six hard-drive bays—but that’s because I’m still holding on to old drives, including a 320GB WD Caviar SE16. If I were to build a new system today, I would probably need just two 3.5″ bays, with one 4TB hard drive in each. Add a 2.5″ solid-state drive for my OS and applications, and I’d be set. I’m sure I’m not alone. In fact, I’m willing to bet the vast majority of PC gamers and enthusiasts out there have just as much empty space in their PCs. Oh, don’t get me wrong; leaving room for upgrades is fine. However, in the age of laptops, iPads, and smartphones, it ...

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TOKYO — Chinese investment is flowing into the backbone of Japanese industry: small and midsize component makers that supply major manufacturers like automakers and electronics brands. In 2018, buyers from China acquired a record 25 unlisted companies in Japan. Many of the target businesses have been pushed to the brink by slumping sales and an inability to find successors for aging leaders. For some, backing from China not only keeps them afloat but also unlocks new sales channels across Asia. But there are also concerns about how the U.S.-China trade war might affect them, and Japan Inc. is under pressure to do more to shore up its supply chains. Often, big Japanese companies are bypassing their smaller compatriots in favor of overseas investments. Electronics component maker New Shicoh Technology is among the companies that have been resuscitated with injections of Chinese cash. Founded in 1976, Shicoh supplied micro motors to Intel and at one point was the exclusive supplier of actuators — parts that focus smartphone cameras — to Apple. But after it lost the Apple contract, the company went under in 2012. When rescue talks with fellow parts maker and spons...

Globaler GI verzinkter Stahl-Marktbericht 2019 7ᵗʰ Ausgabe Top-Unternehmen, Umsatz, Umsatz, Prognose und detaillierte Analyse

Globaler GI verzinkter Stahl -Marktausblick, Trend- und Chancenanalyse, wettbewerbsfähig Einblicke, Segmentierung & amp; Prognose 2026 Es wird prognostiziert, dass der weltweite GI verzinkter Stahl -Markt bis zum Jahr 2026 einen Wert von XX Mio. USD erreichen wird CAGR von X.XX% in den nächsten sieben Jahren. Dieser Bericht enthält eine punktgenaue Analyse zur Verlagerung der Wettbewerbsdynamik der Globus. Der Bericht bietet ferner eine vorausschauende Perspektive auf verschiedene Faktoren Wachstum des Marktes vorantreiben oder einschränken, wobei eine auf der Grundlage dieser Prognose erstellte Sechsjahresprognose zugrunde gelegt wird wie der Markt voraussichtlich wachsen wird. Die für die Bewertung verwendeten Jahre sind wie folgt; • Historisches Jahr: 2014, 2015, 2016 und 2017 • Basisjahr: 2018 • Prognosezeitraum: 2019 – 2026 Fordern Sie Berichtsmusterseiten an @ http://marketreportscompany.com/contact.phpBerichtsumfang In this report, the Asia-Pacific GI Galvanized Steel market is valued at USD XX million in 2018 and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2024, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2018 and 2024. Geographically, this report split Asia-Pacific into ...

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