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4 ways to keep pushups from hurting your wrists

Pushups are, undeniably, one of the best exercises for building a rock-hard core and improving total-body conditioning. But as any military grunt or CrossFit devotee can tell you, if you’re going big on pushups, you need to take care of your wrists or you could be in for a world of pain.  Here are four ways to keep aching wrists ...

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10 everyday objects that double as workout equipment

Let’s be blunt: What makes at-home workouts so appealing isn’t the fact they’re free (though that helps)—it’s that you can roll out of bed or off the couch in your boxer briefs and blast through a routine, hit the shower, then go on with the rest of your day. No waiting around. No frustrations.  The downside of working out in ...

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How To Excel At Identifying And Acquiring The Right Talent (Part 4)

Technology—and more specifically, the use of data—has infiltrated every aspect of the workplace. In fact, the workplace of today is nearly unrecognizable from that of even two years ago. It seems like just yesterday we were discussing how technologies such as social, mobile, cloud, and analytics were all driving change. Today, however, the narrative has shifted to digital transformation and ...

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Team Love Languages

Yes, it is true. I am divorced. Not once, but twice. GASP! Times two! I thoroughly enjoyed my float in the marriage parade, but then I had to watch as it careened out of control, crashed, and burned. Shocked, saddened, and bewildered, I wondered what went wrong? I had listened to all of the usual warnings from family, friends, and ...

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The 3 smartest kitchen appliances you need right now

Nick Ferrari Calling all juicing fiends: If you haven’t invested in a “cold press” (aka masticating) juicer yet, do it now. That’s right: Now.  Here’s why: Juicers come in two basic types. The most common, the “centrifugal” juicer, grinds and spins fruits and veggies at high speed to separate juice from pulp, in the process creating heat (hence “cold” in ...

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Why do my teeth hurt when I run?

You expect your quads and calves to ache after a 5-miler—but your teeth? If your ivories have started aching while you’re out for a run, there are a few potential reasons why, says Jeffrey Laubmeier, D.M.D., dentist in Lakewood, Ohio, and member of the Academy for Sports Dentistry. Let’s start with the good: As your feet hit the ground when ...

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7 style mistakes tall guys should never make

Being tall has its advantages. You’re picked first in pick-up basketball. You can date short women and tall women (hey now, double the options!). But when it comes to your outfits, there are a few things you need to take into consideration, or you risk looking like a giraffe who stumbled through the discount aisle on the way to work. ...

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The Future of Business: Virtual Workforces and Savings Through Effective Training

In the early days at Clearlink, before our growth spurt had begun, we fostered a culture of one-on-one mentorship and training. Managers could easily meet directly with one of their team members to help them learn and keep them updated on the needed skills for their position. Since Clearlink’s mission is centered around connecting people with brands, we felt that ...

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Training magazine Ranks 2017 Training Top 125 Organizations

Excelsior, MN (January 31, 2017)—Keller Williams Realty, Inc., was welcomed into the No. 1 spot on the 2017 Training Top 125 and earned induction into the Training Top 10 Hall of Fame in 2018 after ranking in the Top 10 for four consecutive years. Four companies landed Top 5 spots for the first time: New York Community Bancorp, Inc., at ...

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