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    published: 26 Jun 2014
  • How to Execute the Perfect Ski Turn

    The best way to work on speed control is through turn shape. A common mistake that most skiers make is that they get a little anxious or impatient and their first reaction is to twist their feet. It makes the turn a little to sharp and creates a "Z" shape which is a tough way to control your speed and it tires you out. Creating a round "C" shaped turn requires some patients. It's not just your foot twisting in place, but your foot actually moving through the arc of the turn with your ski, that's what creates the round "C" shaped turn which helps slow you down. Be safe, have fun, and go with a pro! OUTSIDE TELEVISION - http://www.outsidetelevision.com/ SUBSCRIBE to our channel - http://www.youtube.com/Outsidetelevision LIKE us on FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/outsidetelevision FO...

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  • Executing The Perfect Arm Bar When You Are Out Sized

    This video demonstrates how effective Brazilian Jujitsu is when a technique is executed perfectly. The little guy weighs 125 pounds dripping wet. His opponent has a 50 pound weight advantage. You have to hand it to the guy caught in the arm bar, because of his military toughness he did not tap out, even if it meant having his arm broken. Of course he did not get his arm broke. Both contestants agreed to a submission wrestling contest with no striking. The other two guys were there to prevent either one from hitting one another in the event one lost their temper. As you can see one needed to be held back.

    published: 06 Jul 2010
  • Invisible Box Challenge Goes VIRAL & Here's How To Do It

    More Celebrity News ►► http://bit.ly/SubClevverNews We may be counting down the last few weeks of 2017, but there’s still plenty of time for one more viral trend to sweep the Internet, so feast your eyes upon the Invisible Box Challenge. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but for all you hopefuls out there, defying gravity is much easier said than done… Step aside Mannequin Challenge, Ice Bucket Challenge, and all other viral internet challenges, because the all-new Invisible Box challenge is here, and it’s taking the world by storm one step at a time… literally. This gravity-defying challenge went viral in just minutes all thanks to Texas high school cheerleader Ariel Olivar, who demonstrated the stunt during her high school’s football game, where she perfectly executed the illusio...

    published: 08 Dec 2017
  • Proper Deadlift Setup (How to Nail it EVERY TIME!)

    Increase your deadlift and start training like an athlete here http://athleanx.com/x/athlete-from-the-ground-up The deadlift is by far one of the best exercises you can do, if you do it correctly! See how to perform the deadlift properly and how to setup this powerful exercise the right way, every single time. With just one tip, I’ll show you how to determine the proper hip and knee contribution you should be using when you perform the deadlifts. Proper deadlift form starts with setting up to the bar the right way. You need to align the bar over your laces. Many people make the mistake of keeping the bar too far away from them which causes them to have to reach for the bar and unnecessarily round their lower back. As a physical therapist, I’ve said many times, loaded flexion of the ...

    published: 14 Aug 2014
  • How To Perform Bas Rutten's Rear Naked Choke

    Have you ever wanted to get good at mixed martial arts. Well look no further than this advice video on How To Perform Bas Rutten's Rear Naked Choke. Follow Videojug's professionals as they guide you through this tutorial. Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=videojugsport Check Out Our Channel Page: http://www.youtube.com/user/videojugsport Like Us On Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/videojug Follow Us On Twitter! http://www.twitter.com/videojug Watch This and Other Related films here: http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-do-bas-ruttens-rear-choke

    published: 06 Apr 2011
  • Tips to a perfect DeadLift - (Reduce Lower Back Pain)

    Directors Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/AMERfitness Amer the Hammer shows you how-to perform a deadliest with proper form and explains why many people sustain injuries from doing a deadliest Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/itzDeaMan Follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/itzDeaMan

    published: 19 Mar 2012
  • Video 82 A Collection of Excellent Subsystems Executing Perfectly Every Time

    For more information, go to http://www.workthesystem.com I love my new car! The Audi is a "collection of excellent subsystems executing perfectly every time." It's tight, fast and fun. THIS is what you want for your business, relationships and health. You get this by first establishing clear direction for your primary systems and then perfecting every subsystem. Your job is to work your systems! Is MY life complete and perfect? No way, but it's pretty darn good and it's steadily improving...

    published: 07 Aug 2013
  • How to Do a Push Up Correctly

    Learn how to do a push up correctly to get the most out of this great exercise. And, please subscribe to our channel. Thanks!

    published: 21 Jan 2009
  • Secrets to the FLOATER! | How to shoot a Floater, Runner, Teardrop -- Shot Science Basketball

    Learn to shoot a Floater like Chris Paul, Rajon Rondo, and Tony Parker! PLEASE SUBSCRIBE ▶ http://bit.ly/SubscribeToShotScience GOOGLE+ | http://bit.ly/ShotSciGPlus FACEBOOK | http://on.fb.me/JoinTheTEAM TWITTER | http://bit.ly/TwitShot Our Basketball TUTORIALS http://bit.ly/ShotSciTuts Our Hoops QUICK TIPS http://bit.ly/ShotSciTips Check out our BLOG for additional tips and explanations http://bit.ly/ShotSciGPlus -------------- In today's video, Coach Tom explains how to shoot a FLOATER. This is a semi-advanced move that will allow you to get a shot off over a bigger defender and avoid collecting the offensive foul. Pros like Chris Paul, Rajon Rondo, and Tony Parker use this shot to great effect, but make sure that you're not overusing the floater, as you still want to take the ball...

    published: 31 Oct 2013
  • How To Sprint - Pt. I

    My Google+ http://www.gplus.to/DeStorm My Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/destorm My Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/destormpower Get a Tee! http://destorm.spreadshirt.com/ a tutorial on how to sprint properly. speed training, teaching proper form, technique, and positioning for sprinters of all levels. Explaining speed and the key fazes to run faster.

    published: 16 May 2009
  • Executing the perfect Flop Shot

    The Flop Shot is one of the most difficult shots in golf but thankfully it is not called upon too often, however when it is, it can be the difference between pars, bogeys or worse. The execution of the shot is vital and needs to be addressed with careful consideration and I recommend it is your last resort but perfect it and you will love hitting it!!. Enjoy the video and please do not hesitate to comment below. For your education and enjoyment SUBSCRIBE to Carter's Golf for more lesson videos, tips, drills, vlogs, #FootballVsGolf challenges COMMENT below on the video or to ask a question about your golf game or To learn more about the Trafford Golf Centre in Manchester, take a look at our website here: http://bit.ly/TraffordGolf FOLLOW & ADD Andy on his social media accounts! FACEB...

    published: 05 Feb 2015
  • How to Salute | Boot Camp

    Watch more Boot Camp: Learn about Basic Training videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/498891-How-to-Salute-Boot-Camp "Let me talk to you about how to salute in the military. It's very exacting, so let me take you through it step by step. The key is, learn how to do it in front of a mirror so by the time you get to basic training you'll be a pro. Here's what you gotta do. The command to salute is present arms.' The hand salute may be executed while marching, although most of the time you will execute a salute at the position of attention. When wearing headgear with a visor, with or without glasses, on the command of execution which is arms,' raise the right hand sharply, fingers and thumbs extended and joined, palm facing down, and place the tip of the right forefinger on the rim of ...

    published: 09 Jan 2012
  • Order 66 But It's Synced With Pumped Up Kicks

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    published: 11 Aug 2013
  • Executing Perfect Company Headshots

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    published: 05 Mar 2016
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    published: 25 Jan 2017
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    published: 05 May 2016
  • Bernard Hopkins' Perfect Execution: The Uppercut

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Google I/O 2014 - Perfectly executing the wrong plan
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Google I/O 2014 - Perfectly executing the wrong plan

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Speaker(s): Tomer Sharon Description: App developers ask themselves excellent questions about their users: Do people need my app? Can people use my app? Why do people sign up and then not use my app? However, app developers answer their excellent questions in invalid and unreliable ways. It is shocking to see how much effort app developers put in writing elegantly structured, refactored code, with good unit test coverage in an agile environment, and yet, their apps fail miserably. This talk will inspire developers to implement valid and reliable ways to answer their most burning questions. It'll help them validate or invalidate their assumptions on their own—cheaply, and quickly, by using simple user research techniques with a main goal in mind: developing apps people need, want, and enjoy. Watch all Google I/O 2014 videos at: g.co/io14videos
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How to Execute the Perfect Ski Turn
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How to Execute the Perfect Ski Turn

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The best way to work on speed control is through turn shape. A common mistake that most skiers make is that they get a little anxious or impatient and their first reaction is to twist their feet. It makes the turn a little to sharp and creates a "Z" shape which is a tough way to control your speed and it tires you out. Creating a round "C" shaped turn requires some patients. It's not just your foot twisting in place, but your foot actually moving through the arc of the turn with your ski, that's what creates the round "C" shaped turn which helps slow you down. Be safe, have fun, and go with a pro! OUTSIDE TELEVISION - http://www.outsidetelevision.com/ SUBSCRIBE to our channel - http://www.youtube.com/Outsidetelevision LIKE us on FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/outsidetelevision FOLLOW us on TWITTER - https://twitter.com/Outside_TV
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Executing The Perfect Arm Bar When You Are Out Sized
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Executing The Perfect Arm Bar When You Are Out Sized

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This video demonstrates how effective Brazilian Jujitsu is when a technique is executed perfectly. The little guy weighs 125 pounds dripping wet. His opponent has a 50 pound weight advantage. You have to hand it to the guy caught in the arm bar, because of his military toughness he did not tap out, even if it meant having his arm broken. Of course he did not get his arm broke. Both contestants agreed to a submission wrestling contest with no striking. The other two guys were there to prevent either one from hitting one another in the event one lost their temper. As you can see one needed to be held back.
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Invisible Box Challenge Goes VIRAL & Here's How To Do It
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Invisible Box Challenge Goes VIRAL & Here's How To Do It

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More Celebrity News ►► http://bit.ly/SubClevverNews We may be counting down the last few weeks of 2017, but there’s still plenty of time for one more viral trend to sweep the Internet, so feast your eyes upon the Invisible Box Challenge. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but for all you hopefuls out there, defying gravity is much easier said than done… Step aside Mannequin Challenge, Ice Bucket Challenge, and all other viral internet challenges, because the all-new Invisible Box challenge is here, and it’s taking the world by storm one step at a time… literally. This gravity-defying challenge went viral in just minutes all thanks to Texas high school cheerleader Ariel Olivar, who demonstrated the stunt during her high school’s football game, where she perfectly executed the illusion of stepping over an invisible box, and before you ask me to demonstrate, don’t, because this stunt is exactly as impossible as it sounds: The saying “don’t try this at home” clearly didn’t resonate with the internet, but thankfully Ariel broke down the steps on The Today Show, so try this at your own risk. First, she said, you have to show that there really is nothing in front of you. Then, you pat the air about a foot off the ground, but not too high. Once you put your foot on top of the box, your hovering leg has to stay in the exact same place. When you're jumping over with your other leg, your foot that's going over the box has to be higher than your standing foot. Many people attempting to demonstrate the challenge aren’t exactly executing as gracefully as Ariel, however one Anderson University football player managed to perfect the stunt just as flawlessly as Ariel, so maybe it’s an athlete thing? But one reason why people may be having trouble with the trick is because it isn’t just your legs that are responsible for getting it done – it’s your entire body AKA your glutes, back, shoulders, and everything you forget to focus on during your once-a-month gym sesh. Trainer Amelia DiDomenico also revealed that in addition, the muscles on the side that's hovering also have to be firing to hold your leg in the air (especially your hovering glute). Soooo I don’t know about you guys, but I’m thinking it’s best I pick back up on the next viral Internet challenge, you know, just to spare myself a pulled muscle or my dignity. But I want to know if you guys have attempted the invisible box challenge, and if so share all your tips and tricks down here in the comments, and after that, be sure to click right over here to check out the new Ugg heel boots that are all the rave(?) right now. Thanks for joining me on Clevver News, I’m your host Drew Dorsey and stay safe out there, kids. For More Clevver Visit: There are 2 types of people: those who follow us on Facebook and those who are missing out http://facebook.com/clevver Keep up with us on Instagram: http://instagr.am/Clevver Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ClevverTV Website: http://www.clevver.com Add us to your circles on Google+: http://google.com/+ClevverNews Tweet Me: http://www.twitter.com/drew__dorsey
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Proper Deadlift Setup (How to Nail it EVERY TIME!)
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Proper Deadlift Setup (How to Nail it EVERY TIME!)

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Increase your deadlift and start training like an athlete here http://athleanx.com/x/athlete-from-the-ground-up The deadlift is by far one of the best exercises you can do, if you do it correctly! See how to perform the deadlift properly and how to setup this powerful exercise the right way, every single time. With just one tip, I’ll show you how to determine the proper hip and knee contribution you should be using when you perform the deadlifts. Proper deadlift form starts with setting up to the bar the right way. You need to align the bar over your laces. Many people make the mistake of keeping the bar too far away from them which causes them to have to reach for the bar and unnecessarily round their lower back. As a physical therapist, I’ve said many times, loaded flexion of the lumbar spine can quickly lead to disc issues if your back isn’t properly stabilized. Keeping the bar tight to the shins is a necessity. The proper ratio of hip to knee bend is also very crucial to the proper execution and form on the deadlift. The easiest way to determine this is to approach the bar and hang your arms in front of your body. Without bending the knees, allow your hips to drop back as if descending into a romanian deadlift. When the hands reach the level of the knees, then stop dropping the hips any further and just release the knees and allow them to bend. You should be able to do this until your hands reach the bar. You are now perfectly setup to perform the deadlift with the proper balance of hip hinge and knee bend. To lift the bar, simply reverse the move. Push hard through your feet and keep the hips high as you raise the bar off the floor. Once the hands reach the level of the knees, drive your hips forward and through to power the bar until you are standing fully erect. If you are just learning how to deadlift or how to execute proper form on deadlifts you will want to start with a very light weight. Progressively add more and more weight to the bar without sacrificing your setup form or lifting form at all. If you want to start adding this powerful total body exercise to your muscle building repertoire, then you will want to start training like an athlete. Head to http://athleanx.com and use the same program today’s top professional athletes are using to build bigger, faster, stronger muscles and become dominant in their sports. For more tips on how to deadlift properly and how to deadlift more weight, be sure to subscribe to our youtube channel at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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How To Perform Bas Rutten's Rear Naked Choke
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How To Perform Bas Rutten's Rear Naked Choke

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Have you ever wanted to get good at mixed martial arts. Well look no further than this advice video on How To Perform Bas Rutten's Rear Naked Choke. Follow Videojug's professionals as they guide you through this tutorial. Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=videojugsport Check Out Our Channel Page: http://www.youtube.com/user/videojugsport Like Us On Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/videojug Follow Us On Twitter! http://www.twitter.com/videojug Watch This and Other Related films here: http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-do-bas-ruttens-rear-choke
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Tips to a perfect DeadLift - (Reduce Lower Back Pain)
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Tips to a perfect DeadLift - (Reduce Lower Back Pain)

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Directors Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/AMERfitness Amer the Hammer shows you how-to perform a deadliest with proper form and explains why many people sustain injuries from doing a deadliest Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/itzDeaMan Follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/itzDeaMan
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Video 82 A Collection of Excellent Subsystems Executing Perfectly Every Time
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Video 82 A Collection of Excellent Subsystems Executing Perfectly Every Time

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For more information, go to http://www.workthesystem.com I love my new car! The Audi is a "collection of excellent subsystems executing perfectly every time." It's tight, fast and fun. THIS is what you want for your business, relationships and health. You get this by first establishing clear direction for your primary systems and then perfecting every subsystem. Your job is to work your systems! Is MY life complete and perfect? No way, but it's pretty darn good and it's steadily improving...
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How to Do a Push Up Correctly
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How to Do a Push Up Correctly

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Learn how to do a push up correctly to get the most out of this great exercise. And, please subscribe to our channel. Thanks!
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Secrets to the FLOATER! | How to shoot a Floater, Runner, Teardrop -- Shot Science Basketball
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Secrets to the FLOATER! | How to shoot a Floater, Runner, Teardrop -- Shot Science Basketball

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Learn to shoot a Floater like Chris Paul, Rajon Rondo, and Tony Parker! PLEASE SUBSCRIBE ▶ http://bit.ly/SubscribeToShotScience GOOGLE+ | http://bit.ly/ShotSciGPlus FACEBOOK | http://on.fb.me/JoinTheTEAM TWITTER | http://bit.ly/TwitShot Our Basketball TUTORIALS http://bit.ly/ShotSciTuts Our Hoops QUICK TIPS http://bit.ly/ShotSciTips Check out our BLOG for additional tips and explanations http://bit.ly/ShotSciGPlus -------------- In today's video, Coach Tom explains how to shoot a FLOATER. This is a semi-advanced move that will allow you to get a shot off over a bigger defender and avoid collecting the offensive foul. Pros like Chris Paul, Rajon Rondo, and Tony Parker use this shot to great effect, but make sure that you're not overusing the floater, as you still want to take the ball to the basket. It should also be noted that this is the One-Footed Takeoff. The Two-Footed Takeoff will be addressed in another video. Now get to work! OFFENSIVE MOVES PLAYLIST http://bit.ly/OffensiveMovesPlaylist -------------- Please Check out all of our videos and send Shot Science to ALL of your Friends and Family! JOIN OUR TEAM and help us grow!!! See you next week!! -Coach Tom --------------- Find us here: WEBSITE http://www.ShotScience.tv FACEBOOK http://on.fb.me/JoinTheTEAM TWITTER http://bit.ly/TwitShot GOOGLE+ http://bit.ly/ShotSciGPlus DAILY BLOGS http://bit.ly/ShotSciGPlus DOWNLOAD the VERTICAL JUMP HANDBOOK http://bit.ly/ShotSciStore -------------------------------------------------- CHECK OUT THESE PLAYLISTS FOR VIDEOS ON: SHOOTING -- How to shoot a basketball http://bit.ly/ShootingPlaylist DRIBBLING -- How to dribble a basketball http://bit.ly/DribblingPlaylist OFFENSIVE MOVES -- How to beat the defense http://bit.ly/OffensiveMovesPlaylist DEFENSE -- How to play defense http://bit.ly/DefensePlaylist LAYUPS -- How to shoot a layup http://bit.ly/LayupsPlaylist POST MOVES -- Playing in the Post http://bit.ly/PostMovesPlaylist DRILLS -- How to practice and basketball drills http://bit.ly/DrillPlaylist VERTICAL JUMP -- How to Jump Higher (Increase Vertical Leap) http://bit.ly/VerticalJumpPlaylist -------------------------------------------------- Players in the video: Taylor Kientzel Daniel Johnston ---------------------- Location: Filmed at the Kaiser Permanente Arena (Home of the Santa Cruz Warriors) http://www.santacruzbasketball.com ---------------------- Film & Edit: Casey Curtiss Canon 7D | Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 -------------------------------------------------- Thanks so much for watching!
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How To Sprint - Pt. I
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How To Sprint - Pt. I

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My Google+ http://www.gplus.to/DeStorm My Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/destorm My Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/destormpower Get a Tee! http://destorm.spreadshirt.com/ a tutorial on how to sprint properly. speed training, teaching proper form, technique, and positioning for sprinters of all levels. Explaining speed and the key fazes to run faster.
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Executing the perfect Flop Shot
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Executing the perfect Flop Shot

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The Flop Shot is one of the most difficult shots in golf but thankfully it is not called upon too often, however when it is, it can be the difference between pars, bogeys or worse. The execution of the shot is vital and needs to be addressed with careful consideration and I recommend it is your last resort but perfect it and you will love hitting it!!. Enjoy the video and please do not hesitate to comment below. For your education and enjoyment SUBSCRIBE to Carter's Golf for more lesson videos, tips, drills, vlogs, #FootballVsGolf challenges COMMENT below on the video or to ask a question about your golf game or To learn more about the Trafford Golf Centre in Manchester, take a look at our website here: http://bit.ly/TraffordGolf FOLLOW & ADD Andy on his social media accounts! FACEBOOK: Andy Carter Golf TWITTER: @AndyCarterPGA INSTAGRAM- Carter's_Golf -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Carter vs Fryer at Warrington Golf Club - Part 1" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZL2V6YjzLo -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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How to Salute | Boot Camp
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How to Salute | Boot Camp

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Watch more Boot Camp: Learn about Basic Training videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/498891-How-to-Salute-Boot-Camp "Let me talk to you about how to salute in the military. It's very exacting, so let me take you through it step by step. The key is, learn how to do it in front of a mirror so by the time you get to basic training you'll be a pro. Here's what you gotta do. The command to salute is present arms.' The hand salute may be executed while marching, although most of the time you will execute a salute at the position of attention. When wearing headgear with a visor, with or without glasses, on the command of execution which is arms,' raise the right hand sharply, fingers and thumbs extended and joined, palm facing down, and place the tip of the right forefinger on the rim of the visor slightly to the right of the eye. The outer edge of the hand is barely slanted downward. You will know the angle of your hand is correct when neither the back of the hand nor the palm is clearly visible from the front. The hand and wrist are straight, the elbow inclined slightly forward, and the upper arm should be horizontal. When wearing headgear without a visor and not wearing glasses, execute the hand salute in the same manner as I just described except touch the tip of the right forefinger to the forehead near and slightly to the right of the right eyebrow. When wearing headgear without a visor and wearing glasses, execute the hand salute in the same manner I just described except touch the tip of the right forefinger to that point on the glasses where the temple piece of the frame meets the right edge of the right brow. The command for a recruit to release the salute back to the position of attention is order arms. On the command of execution arms,' return the hand sharply to the side resuming the position of attention. "
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Order 66 But It's Synced With Pumped Up Kicks
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Order 66 But It's Synced With Pumped Up Kicks

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How to Have Proper Foot Strike | Sprinting
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How to Have Proper Foot Strike | Sprinting

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Products to get your BPM racing: Ubegood Sports Armband, iPhone 6s Armband for Running: http://amzn.to/1iMUO0i Reflective Vest: http://amzn.to/1QfJrbF High Performance Sprinting (Paperback): http://amzn.to/1KQDQKU LOCK LACES (Elastic No Tie Shoelaces): http://amzn.to/1Y9szJx Fitbit Surge Fitness Superwatch: http://amzn.to/1JaAMSe Born to Run (Print & Kindle): http://amzn.to/1JaC0gp Watch more How to Sprint videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/512961-How-to-Have-Proper-Foot-Strike-Sprinting Hi. My name's Shane Paul Neil from City Coast Multisport. Today I'm going to be talking about running form in terms of your actual foot strike while sprinting. Your foot strike is very, very important in sprinting for a couple of reasons. A, for optimal speed and efficiency and B, to avoid injury. Unlike normal running, sprint runners run exclusively on their toes. The reason for this is with a heel strike it actually forces you to slow down. Picture Fred Flintstone driving his car. When he wanted to hit the brakes, he dropped his heel down. That's how he slowed down. Now imagine doing that every step for a 100-meter race, a 400-meter race and so on. The other reason is that it actually minimizes the amount of force that your body takes on. Sprinters can take anywhere from eight to 10 times their body weight in force every single step. Dropping their heel will only exacerbate that more and cause pressure to come up through the leg to the hips, lower back and cause other injuries from prolonged sprinting and prolonged improper form. One of the things you want to be very mindful of is that your foot strikes directly under your hip again to avoid that stop motion which can result in excessive force to your lower body, your hips and your lower back. Another thing that sprinters do that's a little bit different from a distance runner is we do what's called dorsal flips. We will point our toe up in order to give ourselves a firmer platform before our forefoot strikes the ground. That way A, you have more a responsive platform for your foot to come off increasing your speed and efficiency and B, it reduces the likelihood of you rolling your ankle and causing other injuries. That's proper sprinting form in regard to the foot strike.
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Executing Perfect Company Headshots
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Executing Perfect Company Headshots

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In this video we show how to execute the perfect headshots for the members in your company Production by avad3 Website: http://www.avad3.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/avadthree/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/avadthree/
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How To Perfect the Spin Move: Basketball Moves Mastery
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How To Perfect the Spin Move: Basketball Moves Mastery

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How to Perfect the Spin Move: Basketball Moves Mastery http://shotmechanics.com/free-scoring-workout (FREE WORKOUT) Today you're going to learn the simple but important keys that will help you master the spin move. The reason you need a great spin move is because it can be used in so many situations. On the fast break, in the paint, and even on the perimeter. So today we are going to help you master the spin move so you can toss up defenders in the spin cycle! Ever wonder how NBA players like Kyrie Irving, Stephen Curry, John Wall, and James Harden can use the spin move so easily? These are some of the exact same keys that those players use to flat out get buckets and score the ball! http://instagram.com/shotmechanics http://www.facebook.com/ShotMechanics https://twitter.com/ShotMechanics Shot Mechanics combines the advantages of personalized coaching with the accessibility of the internet.
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How to - INSTANTLY Boost Your Shooting Accuracy!!! | Basketball Shooting Skills and Tips
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How to - INSTANTLY Boost Your Shooting Accuracy!!! | Basketball Shooting Skills and Tips

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In this video we'll go through 3 Tips to help YOU shoot a basketball more accurately EVERY TIME! These are simple but VERY EFFECTIVE tips to keep in mind when executing your shot on the basketball court, and to incorporate into your basketball shot release to get it in the hoop EVERY time! Hoopers, Sign up for the FREE Ultimate Scoring Workout Here - http://thincprobasketball.com/scoring-yt Click Here To Subscribe So You Never Miss A Training Video ➤ http://youtube.com/thincprobasketball About Coach Alex: - 4 year starter in the NCAA (UC Irvine), 125 career starts, 3 years as Captain - Set a UCI freshman single-season record with 144 assists - Named Big West Conference Freshman of the Year - Ranked No. 16 in the nation in assist-to-turnover ratio (3.26) - Won Two Big West regular-season titles with UCI and the program's only conference NCAA tournament crown Inside of todays video we'll go through 3 Tips to help YOU shoot a basketball more accurately EVERY TIME! These are simple but VERY EFFECTIVE tips to keep in mind when executing your shot on the basketball court, and to incorporate into your basketball shot release to get it in the hoop EVERY time! These Basketball Shooting Tips may be Simple or Difficult depending on your condition and skill level! Review them, Practice, and Incorporate them into your shot to become a more accurate shooter on the Basketball Court Today! Connect With THINCPRO Basketball Here!!!: Instagram ➤ http://instagram.com/THINCPROBasketball Facebook ➤ https://www.facebook.com/THINCPROBask... Snapchat ➤ THINCPROBasketball "DISCLAIMER - There are risks associated with intense exercise. Not everyone is suited for intense exercise or weight bearing exercises. You should consult your physician first in order to ensure that you are prepared to undergo an intense and demanding exercise regime. Individuals with heart conditions or previous or current injuries should be especially cautious. THINCPRO Basketball is not responsible for injury. Every effort has been made to accurately represent the potential of this training. Results are not typical, and only represent athletes who worked very hard. Of course, no guarantee can be made for every single athlete."
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Skiing: How to Carve || REI
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Skiing: How to Carve || REI

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Learning how to carve turns on your skis is a key skill that enables you to explore the entire mountain and have more fun while you’re at it. In this REI Expert Advice video, Mac Lyon, of the Professional Ski Instructors of America, explains the three phases of a turn and how to angle your skis in order to carve. Check out REI’s selection of skis at rei.com/c/downhill-skiing Carving is one of the best ways to stay in control while skiing all over the mountain. If you're a beginner, or still skidding your turns, learning to use your edges to carve is exhilarating, and opens huge fun on the mountain. To start carving turns, there are two skills to focus on: Rolling your knees and ankles, and keeping your weight forward. Every carved turn has three parts. The start of each turn is the initiation. Most of the actual carving happens in the shaping, and the end of the turn is the finish, where you dial back the power to prepare for the next turn. In the initiation phase, rolling your knees and ankles starts by pointing your knees down the hill and rolling onto the big toe of your new outside foot as you start to weight that ski and engage its edge in the snow. Through the shaping of the turn, think about driving your knee toward the toe piece of your binding. That force transfers through the cuff of your boot and into your ski, bending it and carving your edges into the snow. The more pressure you put on your boot, the tighter the turn. On steeper terrain, or at faster speeds, you'll find a good carve takes more effort. On low angled slopes it's more relaxed. At the finish of each turn, you release the pressure you've built up by rolling your knees and ankles upright again, and shifting your weight to your new outside ski to prepare for your next initiation. Keeping your weight forward throughout the whole turn is key to staying balanced and in control. While carving, you kind of feel like you're squatting over a chair. Your knees are bent, and your upper body is straight and slightly forward. Staying forwards means maintaining that position, even as the slope gets steeper. If you lean back, especially on steep runs, when you naturally want you, your skis run away from you, and you end up losing control. In the initiation, start bringing your hips forward and down the hill. As you shape the turn, keep your head and shoulders pointing down the hill in the direction you're skiing. Your lower body is twisting under you, but your upper body stays still and pointed downhill. In the finish of each turn, your upper body is still facing downhill, but your skis and your lower body are pointed across the slope. This is a perfect position for initiating your next turn. There's a lot to think about when you start carving, but keep practicing. Remember to roll your knees and ankles, and keep your weight forward throughout one turn and into the next. Pretty soon, it becomes a rhythmic dance. As each turn initiates, it gets more powerful in the shaping, and backs off at the finish.
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Bernard Hopkins' Perfect Execution: The Uppercut
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Bernard Hopkins' Perfect Execution: The Uppercut

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Learn the basics behind throwing a proper uppercut from the ultimate boxing teacher, living legend Bernard Hopkins, in the latest instalment of Perfect Execution - the exclusive monthly feature from the pages of THE RING magazine.
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"Perfectly Executing The Wrong Plan" by Tomer Sharon - Lean Startup Cologne Meetup
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"Perfectly Executing The Wrong Plan" by Tomer Sharon - Lean Startup Cologne Meetup

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ABOUT THE VIDEO This Video is a recording of the Speach Tomer Sharon was giving at May 6th at the Lean Startup Cologne Meetup in Cologne, Germany. He was in cologne to hold a 2-day workshop at Startplatz. At the same day we had the opptortunity to record a talk with Tomer and Kamil about What is Lean User Research? Check that out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZqWraX7vMo LICENCE This Video is unter Creative Commons Licence and you may use it for whatever purpose you like, but please add this: Licence: CC BY SA NERDHUB. Thank you! ABOUT TOMER SHARON "Tomer Sharon is a user experience researcher at Google Search in New York City and author of the book, It's Our Research (2012). He founded and led UPA Israel and is the co-founder and organizer of leanUXmachine, a weekend of UX learning, collaboration, and mentorship for Israeli startups. He speaks at conferences and professional events, is a published author of articles and papers, and a past editorial board member for UPA's UX Magazine. Tomer holds a master's degree in Human Factors in Information Design from Bentley University." Source: http://research.google.com/pubs/TomerSharon.html Twitter: https://twitter.com/tsharon ABOUT NERDHUB NERDHUB is your portal to all tech events you need. In over 10 categories we provide a vivid aggregation of germanys nerd and tech scene, branching into media, netpolitics and media paedagogics. Website: http://www.nerdhub.de Twitter:
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19 Silly Photos Taken At The Right Moment
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19 Silly Photos Taken At The Right Moment

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19 Pictures taken at the most perfect moment to make them look hilarious or amazing, you won't believe how crazy this pics look! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 11. The Unique-Looking Gymnast *Gasp* Who is she? She’s beauty. She’s grace. She apparently had her head replaced with a foot so that she could be better at executing her triple backflip somersault handstand forward roll with a twist. Of course not. This gymnast is so incredibly flexible that her head is merely bent so far back that it’s completely out of the shot. 10. Monster-Sized Giraffe To your left, you’ll see more grassland and to your right you’ll see a giant giraffe about to snatch us out of the air, apparently this is what the pilot said just before the were indeed snatched out of the air. This is honestly one of the better photos that were perfectly timed and documented. A giraffe that tall would be quite awkward looking. 9. Giraffe Dentist Speaking of giraffes, take a look at this one. Don’t worry, this is a standard check-up procedure that she performs all the time. Actually, this giraffe hasn’t seen a day of dental school in its life and its head is not currently in the mouth of that young man. Perception people, it’s all about perception. 8. Saying Hello Everybody knows that the universal way a dog says “hello” to another dog is by sniffing their rear end when they first meet. That doesn’t mean that us humans should say hi in their native way because they’d probably think we’re being total weirdos. That being said, this person’s head is only hiding behind the dog’s body and not where it obviously looks like it is. 7. The Perfect Routine Ah, this ice skating move hasn’t been performed in ages. Dubbed, the Russian Peek-a-boo, this move is incredibly difficult to master. NOT. This was just some great photo taking skills by the photographer. It would be incredibly terrifying to have your face that close to a blade while your rapidly moving partner holds you upside down, no thank you. Whatever these two are doing it looks incredibly complicated and they deserve a round of applause. 6. Digestive Problems Somebody get this poor cow some Pepto Bismol. Who knew you could have such severe tummy trouble just from eating grass? This cow is probably so “moo”-dy because of its explosive flatulence. Just kidding. Though cows do produce an enormous amount of methane gas, this is just one who was standing in the right place at the right time. 5. China’s Chengdu Zoo It might sound strange to those of us who don’t live in China or Japan, however, to the local citizens of these countries it’s perfectly normal. Apparently, there are some zoos in both Japan and China that have zookeepers dress up in full-sized animal costumes in order to help prepare their fellow zookeepers for how they would subdue the escaped animal in real life. This image was taken on June 2, 2011, when zookeepers at the Chengdu Zoo caught the “tiger” and carried away the volunteer on a stretcher. But the gag is that the real tiger is watching this imposter being taken away looking oddly concerned. 4. Stingray Photobomb “Got room for one more?” Now picture that in a deep voice because that’s exactly this stingray’s internal monologue. It was just trying to be one of the gals and get in on the group photo. No harm no foul, right? Wrong. It seems these girls won’t be swimming with marine wildlife for a while. The girl in the middle just looks completely shook. 3. A Nice Set of Legs This is exactly what happens when you continuously skip leg day and only focus on your upper body. He’s got some great looking legs right there, don’t you think? Why is he bartending when he should be strutting down the nearest catwalk at Paris Fashion week? Because those toned legs aren’t even his. They belong to the woman ordering the drink he just made. 2. The Floating Woman Somebody get a medium and call Houdini because his title as “One Of The World’s Greatest Illusionists” has just been snatched by this woman. Look at her just casually levitating on the side of the street. You know she’s not waiting for a bus when she can just float on home. How do you all think she’s pulling this crazy stunt off? 1. The Statue of Liberty This is it. All the other perfectly timed photos can go home because this one takes first place by a landslide. Why? Well, most of the photos on this list can be restaged one way or another but not this one. What are the odds that at the exact moment the photographer took this picture that lighting would strike? Or the odds that it would perfectly align with the statue’s torch? Lady Liberty is one woman you don’t want to mess with it.
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Wonders of technology- a log cutter executing its job perfectly.
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Wonders of technology- a log cutter executing its job perfectly.

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Wallace executing his side passing perfectly.
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Wallace executing his side passing perfectly.

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