Month: July 2019

Sometimes you need a good workout. Sometimes you need a fast one. If you’re short on time, your most efficient bet for both is to crank out total-body exercises. One star move that fits the bill: kettlebell swings. “Swings work almost every major muscle in the body,” says Jacquelyn Baston, owner of Triple Fit in Chicago. That includes
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Women are now chasing strength goals in the gym arguably more than they ever have before. The popularity of strength sports has skyrocketed in recent years and we are embracing the idea of not only achieving goals of being fit, but actually using our bodies to do what we once deemed unthinkable. Maybe you’re a
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Louisville, Kentucky is well known for bourbon, the Kentucky Derby and Louisville Slugger baseball bats. It’s also the city the late, legendary boxer Muhammad Ali called home. In his honor, Louisville International Airport was recently renamed Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport and a new logo honoring The Champ and his famous praise, “Float like a butterfly,
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If you’ve somehow made it to the outskirts of Bournemouth without realising that this is the beachiest of beach towns, your ignorance will last approximately as long as a Mr Whippy in direct sunlight. Driving through the suburbs, we passed sand-coloured taxis, flaking seaside hotels and even, once we were a little bit closer to
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Ronnie Kaufman | The Image Bank | Getty Images From affordability and mobility to community and culture, there’s a range of factors those approaching their golden years need to take into consideration when deciding whether to retire in place or put down roots in greener — and less stressful — pastures. Bankrate.com has updated its
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Business travel used to be a luxury-lite experience, featuring trouser presses, UHT milk and conference calls in your dressing gown. However, times (and travellers’ needs) are changing. The line between business and leisure has never been so blurred, and ‘bleisure’ – like the word or loathe it – is rife on the London hotel scene.
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