Adweek
39 minutes
Its effective because its dramaticlarger than lifebut also actually useful. Someone in the audience might realize that he or she should seek a clear goal (like Anabels wedding dress) or explore new forms of exercise (like Carolines running) to see what clicks. These arent just before-and-after photos; theyre real, relatable people living complicated lives that sometimes put them through the wringer. To be fair, the result is still plenty reductive. The approaches Weight Watchers lays out here wont necessarily work the same for everyone. Its easer for some people to gain and lose weight than others. And what it means to be healthy, including self-esteem, isnt the same across different types of bodies. In other words, by advertising around conventional notions of beauty in the first place, Weight Watchers cant help but be predatory, to some degree.
BBC Parliament
2 hours
It's a personal matter for so many people that has been swept under the carpet for so long. And even if this is a tidying up exercise, if I could use that phrase, even if it is a symbolic change to make sure different bits of our legislation aren't giving out the wrong message, that is why it is so vitally important we do it, because of that personal testimony.
The Guardian - Film
2 hours
Techradar
2 hours
Google Fit is an excellent app for keeping track of your activity and you don't need any additional fitness trackers; you can just carry your Android phone around with you. If you do have Android Wear-compatible fitness trackers and wearables, then Google Fit gets even better, as it can gather data from them, displaying it all in one place. Fitness goals for dailys step counts, calories burned, or time or distance of exercise can also be set to help you reach the level of fitness you desire, as well as keeping you motivated. Map My Fitne ss Workout Trainer is another great app for keeping tabs on your workout regime. As the name suggests it uses the GPS positioning features of your Android smartphone to log your runs, letting you get an accurate look at your workout regime. Voice feedback will keep you in the loop even when you're in the process of working out, giving you information on your pace, the route you're taking, calories burned and plenty more.
ITV
2 hours
It doesn't shy away from the fact she is conjugated and at times abrasive. At the same fact she is conjugated and at times abrasive. At the fact she is conjugated and at times abrasive. At fact she is conjugated and at times abrasive. fact she is conjugated and at times abrasive.-- Complicated. But it is an exercise, it is anti-tabloid. The film forces you to get close to her and understand her and feel compassionate for her. Were there other her life? A protest compassionate for her.
Washington Free Beacon
3 hours
This is McAvoy's film from start to finish, an actorly exercise of sorts that lets him stretch beyond the blasé confines of big-budget multiplex fare or mid-budget relationship dramas. The shifts in his accents and tones and facial tics remand Split into the realm of high camp: McAvoy's kissy faces and tut-tutting as Patricia gliding seamlessly into his lisping repetition of et thetera as the nine-year-old Hedwig are almost obscenely comic, given the gravity of the film's subject matter. Split is far from a perfect movie. Fletcher is poorly fleshed out, little more than a tool to deliver exposition about multiple personality disorder and the ways the mind influences the way the body behaves. And you can tell it was filmed on the cheap. Most of the action takes place indoors on small sets, and the few special effects toward the end of the movie feel chintzy.
BBC Parliament
3 hours
That is why taking out discrimination in legislation is so important. It's not just a tidying up exercise. Just looking at a career that you might want to pursue and thinking that you can't is very damaging. I for a long time in my teenage years and early 20s, when I decided for who I was, something that was so innate in me that I can't change being gay, that's the way I was being -- born.
BBC Parliament
3 hours
Very difficult. But the discrimination existed on the statute book. the discrimination existed on the statute book. And they could be a case where someone was dismissed for that. -- there could be. That is wrong. It is not just tidying up exercise.
BBC Parliament
3 hours
I do welcome the fact that both he, and my honourable friend from Calder Valley, made important points that this bill is much more than a simple tidying up exercise. I did have some concerns reading the explanatory notes to the bill, and some of the briefings that had been provided.
Washington Free Beacon
3 hours
This is McAvoy's film from start to finish, an actorly exercise of sorts that lets him stretch beyond the blasé confines of big-budget multiplex fare or mid-budget relationship dramas. The shifts in his accents and tones and facial tics remand Split into the realm of high camp: McAvoy's kissy faces and tut-tutting as Patricia gliding seamlessly into his lisping repetition of et thetera as the nine-year-old Hedwig are almost obscenely comic, given the gravity of the film's subject matter. Split is far from a perfect movie. Fletcher is poorly fleshed out, little more than a tool to deliver exposition about multiple personality disorder and the ways the mind influences the way the body behaves. And you can tell it was filmed on the cheap. Most of the action takes place indoors on small sets, and the few special effects toward the end of the movie feel chintzy.
Washington Free Beacon
3 hours
With all the different visitors, “it’s been one of our busiest weekends yet,” said Roger, a 41-year-old cabdriver who declined to give his last name. “They’ve been supportive of Trump, protesting against Trump, and not giving a damn about the man,” he said. All I know is that business has been good. Real good.” Not everyone in the city is planning to stay in town for the event. Preston Mitchum, 30, a gay man, plans to go away for a few days with friends. Sweating on an exercise machine at a gym on Thursday afternoon, he noted most of his friends are gay or members of racial minorities – groups that generally opposed Trump’s candidacy. “We dont want to deal with the fact that we may have to get into an argument with someone (supporting Trump),” he said. On Wednesday night, Mitchum was among hundreds attending an outdoordance partyorganized by gay and transgender activists near the home of Vice President-elect Mike Pence.
BBC Parliament
3 hours
Fourthly, the bill will tidy up legislation. Our statute book is complex enough without the retention of the funked and superseded regulations. Apart from anything else this bill is a useful tidying up exercise to make the status of the current law regarding deployment discrimination absolutely clear. As I have explained, giving important reassurance to anyone who might be concerned about this apparent thing in our law.
The Economic Times
4 hours
KyivPost
4 hours
MOSCOW Call it Trumpomania. Or Trumpophrenia. Or any of a number of other Trumpisms that have popped up in Russia as this country counts down the moments to President-elect Donald Trump’s ascension to the White House. Russia has gone crazy for Trump, and it’s not just because President Vladi­mir Putin and his government have been portraying the presidency of Barack Obama as one long, disastrous exercise in Russophobia, a message that state-run television has been hammering home for months. Read more here. The post Washington Post: Russia has gone crazy for Trump appeared first on KyivPost .
Daily Mail - Health
4 hours
Hackaday
4 hours
BBC News - Business
5 hours
Many of the bosses at the World Economic Forum in Davos are not just obsessed by corporate success, but also physical fitness.
Daily Mail - Food
5 hours
Exercise while you wait with these five five-minute workouts so you can commit to your New Year's fitness resolutions. Start the day with revitalising yoga and move onto intense routines.
South China Morning Post
5 hours
ITV
6 hours
It can work for people? It is not essentially better, but as good as. Working out in the morning. Lots of people say that is the best time? It goes back in full. time? It goes back in time? It goes back and forth. The exercise its self is what it does for you. When you are new to exercise, exercising in the evening can be bad for sleep quality. If you start out exercising in the morning, it is less likely to interrupt your sleep quality and you will recover better.
ITV
6 hours
A little bit less. But he only did 90 seconds of exercise, not half an hour. The take-home message is always - they both have their own uses. What is important is that from a health point of view they are both good.
ITV
6 hours
You can get it out of the way. Is it better? We did an experiment with the twins this morning. One of them did traditional exercise for half an hour.
ITV
6 hours
Thank you, Kate. Still to come - Ben will be joining these guys in the Fad Free GMB Fitness Zone next, to sort fact from fiction about the latest exercise trends. Also coming up: We meet the inspiring single mum who rose through the ranks, from dinner lady to headteacher.
ITV
6 hours
As Doctor Hillary said earlier, a significant breakthrough. Still ahead on Good Morning Britain. We're sorting the exercise facts from fads this morning with these guys - the Exton twins - two of social media's biggest fitness stars. They've joined our Fad Free GMB campaign, and we're speaking to them in ten minutes.