5 Ways to Up Your Fat-Loss Supplement Game

A diet consisting of clean, unprocessed foods is always the best place to start your fat-loss journey; supplementing a crappy diet with a fat burner won’t cut it this summer! Sound nutrition not ensures you’ll get the crucial macronutrients and micronutrients your body demands for optimal performance and recovery. So yeah, eat your vegetables and […]

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5 CrossFit Strategies To Help Anyone Burn Fat

Looking to ramp your fat loss? Before you do an hour of steady-state cardio or bookend your workouts with burpees and mountain climbers, consider how CrossFit can help you burn fat. In fact, whether you’re a hardcore lifter who does nothing but push iron or a runner who logs miles, adding aspects of CrossFit to your training […]

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The Right Way To Train For Your First 5K

f you’ve never done a 5K, you probably think one of two things: either you can phone it in and your gym fitness will carry you through; or it’s an impossible, masochistic goal. True, competitive running can put you through the wringer if you’re not careful, but anyone can do it if they approach it […]

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AI Ripples Through Google’s New Product Lineup

Google on Wednesday launched a bevy of new products into its growing hardware and software ecosystem at its Made by Google event. Many of the new devices are infused with artificial intelligence capabilities. “Since last year and since Google I/O, we’ve been working hard, continuing our shift from a mobile-first to an AI-first world,” Google […]

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Mykonos for first-timers

Mykonos is the party animal of the Cycladic islands, Greece’s answer to Ibiza, with bronzed bodies thronging its beaches by day and basslines pounding through its superclubs until dawn. But there’s more to it than the dazzling sand, preening celebrities and insatiable revellers. Those who spend a little time here will discover the quiet charm […]

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The best places to watch wildlife in Iceland

When humans first arrived some 1100 years ago, Iceland seemed desolate: a layover for migrating birds, roamed only by the Arctic fox, the sole native land mammal. But expand the horizon through the wild hills, cliffs and glaciers to the ocean and offshore islands, and a visit to Iceland can tick some serious wildlife-spotting boxes. […]

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Hologram Debuts Open Source Cellular Modem for IoT

ologram on Thursday launched Nova, the first open source modem for cellular connectivity. Nova is a USB cellular modem purpose-built for Internet of Things development. Its Hologram software tools are compatible with most single board computers, such as Raspberry Pi. The Nova modem is open source and unlocked, so its use is not limited to Hologram’s […]

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