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Staff sport coaching ‘key to being fittest of all’

Picture copyright Getty Photos Staff sport gamers are pretty much as good at endurance as long-distance runners and as highly effective as bodybuilders – and it’s all the way down to their mix of coaching, a research suggests. The bottom line is to mix energy and endurance coaching, researchers from Manchester Metropolitan College say. Biking, working or swimming is really helpful for all-round health. However climbing stairs or doing chores – energetically – additionally works, as an alternative choice to the health club, they stated. The analysis group in contrast…

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Forget fast fashion: slow style pioneers on the clothes they’ve worn for decades

As consumers grow tired of cheap, disposable items and haul culture, six people tell the story behind the piece of clothing theyve cherished longest A peek in the average British wardrobe will confirm that we are living in increasingly throwaway times. The popularity of haul culture, high streets and the rise of ultra-low-cost online retailers has got the British public hooked on fast fashion. But it is entirely unsustainable. We send 140m of clothing to landfill every year in the UK, much of it made by workers scratching a subsistence…

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Cool Survival Hack Start a Fire with a Sandwich Bag
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Can You Start a Fire with a Sandwich Bag? (Cool Survival Hack)

Can You Start a Fire with a Sandwich Bag? (Cool Survival Hack) Hey guys I brought you back out to the mountains today Because I want to show you another cool way You can start a survival fire using a sandwich baggy Now over the years I’ve shown you how you can use water to start a fire Using things like bottles, lightbulbs, saran wrap and even your pee But I wanted to focus on using a snack bag today Because there’s a good chance you’ll have one of these…

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Body found in search for British hiker

“To know that he’s not been able to respond for the last few days is actually really good relief”. Mr Myers’ wife, Kim, is too upset to speak about it, he said. ‘Poor visibility’ Mr Myers, who had recently moved to New Zealand from the UK, had been hiking the Tararua Northern Crossing, a popular trek that can take up to five days. He sent a text to his wife on 30 May – police now believe he died later that day. Police search and rescue incident controller Sergeant Tony…

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Jurors refuse to convict activist facing 20 years for helping migrants

Jury could not reach a verdict against Scott Daniel Warren who was arrested in 2018 for giving migrants water, food and lodging A US jury could not reach a verdict on Tuesday against a border activist who, defense attorneys say, was simply being kind by providing two migrants with water, food and lodging when he was arrested in early 2018. Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/jun/11/arizona-activist-migrant-water-scott-daniel-warren-verdict

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