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Were dogs abused on the set of “A Dog’s Purpose?” Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian, hosts of The Young Turks, if this dog was abused behind the scenes. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. https://www.tytnetwork.com/go “One of the dogs in the upcoming film "A Dog's Purpose" desperately resisted shooting a risky scene, but chilling footage shows filmmakers apparently forcing the animal into rushing water. TMZ obtained this video of a scene shot in a pool outside Winnipeg, Canada in November 2015. You can see a trainer forcibly shoving a German Shepherd -- one of at least 5 dogs used in the production -- into the frothing water, but the animal wanted NO part of it ... and repeatedly clawed at the pool's edge. Sources connected to production tell us 8 outboard motors were used to churn the water and recreate a rushing river. The dog eventually got in the water -- or was forced in -- but was quickly submerged.
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Collective Evolution
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There simply is no shortcut to the impossible items on our list. If there is, it's because those dreams don't belong on your impossible list. Speaking of resolutions, let me paint a quick picture. Two people walk into a gym on January 1st to sign up. The first signs up and commits by signing a year long contract to the gym for 1 full year at $50 a month. The second signs up to the same gym and commits not only to a year long pass to the gym but also to a personal trainer to work with them twice a week every week for an entire year for $500 a month. Both signed binding contracts irrespective of how many times they show up. So who do you bet has a six-pack by December 31st? Heck, who do you bet is still going to the gym come March? Better yet, who are you? So what was different? Well, although their potential was the same, the level of accountability their commitment demanded was quite different.
Daily Mail - Sport
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Hong Kongs greatest race is its Derby just ask any owner, trainer or jockey that has been here for any significant amount of time yet it is no longer known as a Group One. Should it be? There is a lot to consider and it would require opening the door to international participation, which might not be such a bad thing. When Hong Kong racing moved into Part I of the Blue Book, a condition of the elevation meant all bar a very few races became open to...
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The star was last seen on our screens on the 2016 series of love Island, where he shocked viewers by quitting the show. Personal trainer Rykard called time on his stint on the programme after his love interest Rachel Fenton was voted out. Since their time on the show last summer, the pair have gone from strength to strength and even moved in together last year. Rachel confirmed the news on her Instagram, saying: "Our new place couldnt be more perfect – I’ve never been ...
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The room looked like a gym. The nurse agreed and said that was because it was the physical therapy room. Judy asked why she was there, and the nurse explained that there was no other room for her. The following conversation ensued , with some artistic license by LBL: There is no bedside table. Or phone. Or little box of tissues. There is a paper towel machine over there by the elliptical. And a hand sanitizer machine near the leg press. You're lucky to have those. The machines and medicine balls take up all the rest of the space. We could barely fit your bed in. There is no buzzer. What if I have an emergency? I'll bring you a bell. Or you can yell for the trainer, when he arrives in the morning. Is there nothing else in here I can use? There is a TV on that wall across from you. Look up high, at the ceiling. Where is the remote? There is no remote.
Daily Mail - Home
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Rebecca Luisa Ortiz (pictured), from Burnage in Manchester, fell to the floor in front of a trainer at the gym earlier this month and died in hospital just over a week later.
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Rebecca Luisa Ortiz (pictured), from Burnage in Manchester, fell to the floor in front of a trainer at the gym earlier this month and died in hospital just over a week later.
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World No1 wins 6-3, 6-0, 6-2 and now plays Sam QuerreyMurray called on trainer in third set after problem with ankle Andy Murray sometimes struggles to hit a convincing rhythm early in grand slam tournaments but, after a hesitant start on Monday, he goes into the third round against Sam Querrey on Friday looking as dominant as he did when stringing together 28 wins in a row on his rise to No1 in the world. He made the most of a heaven-sent opportunity against the little-known Russian teenager and world No156 Andrey Rublev, to win 6-3, 6-0, 6-2, with a slight chill lurking in the cloudless night skies after a couple of days of killing heat. Continue reading...
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Rebecca Luisa Ortiz fell to the floor in front of a trainer at the gym earlier this month and died in hospital just over a week later - but her organs have been used to give the gift of life to others
Manchester Evening News
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Rebecca Luisa Ortiz fell to the floor in front of a trainer at the gym earlier this month and died in hospital just over a week later - but her organs have been used to give the gift of life to others
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Faugheen and Annie Power could go head to head in this year's Stan James Champion Hurdle at the 2017 Cheltenham Festival after headlines 28 entries for the race.The £400,000 Grade One hurdling showpiece on the first day of the Festival boasts the highest level of entries since 2013.Faugheen led home a one-two-three for Ireland's champion Jump trainer Willie Mullins in 2015, but was unable to defend his crown last year due to a tendon injury. In his absence, Annie Power, who also carries...
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She is the go to health and fitness advice online. She says She has 6.2 million followers on Instagram and is reaching out to women around the world, helping them to take control of their bodies. She's been into one of the most 30 influential people online. Can women really get the bikini body of their dreams by following her methods? Welcome, Kayla. You worked as a personal trainer for women and you thought you not getting the results that you needed from more traditional methods.
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Celebrity trainer and Flow Athletic founder Ben Lucas, from Sydney, said if you follow the right diet and exercise, it can take just four weeks to make a significant change to your body.