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Become Beyoncé With This Sexy Dance Workout

Inspired by club life in Miami, the Vixen Workout will get you sweaty while making you feel hot. Sizzling hot. Channel your inner Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez, or Janet Jackson as you dance the calories away. Just press play and werk it! Front Page Image Source: Bob Metelus “Become Beyoncé With This Sexy Dance Workout” is […]
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Get the Tightest Arms in Town With This 10-Minute Workout

Fitness is an important part of a healthy life. And stylish, functional gear that supports your workouts makes those sweat sessions even more enjoyable. That is why we have partnered with Maurices on this 10-minute arm workout. It’s time to work those arms to tighten and tone the biceps and triceps, while sculpting shapely shoulders, […]
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Burn It Up With This Bodyweight Workout on a Bench

Why sweat it out at the gym when all you need is a park bench to work your entire body? Combine cardio and strength training by adding this five-minute workout to your outdoor run. Fresh air never felt so good! More from C9 by Champion “Burn It Up With This Bodyweight Workout on a Bench” […]
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No Pockets? No Purse? No Problem! New Ways to Carry Your Phone

Becky Worley shows off new accessories for when you don’t have pockets, but do have a phone. “No Pockets? No Purse? No Problem! New Ways to Carry Your Phone” is categorized as “science and technology”. This video was licensed from Grab Networks. For additional video content, click the “video” tab at the top of this […]
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Samsung Galaxy Alpha Review

The new Samsung Galaxy Alpha has some fierce competition from the new iPhone 6. How does it stack up? “Samsung Galaxy Alpha Review” is categorized as “science and technology”. This video was licensed from Grab Networks. For additional video content, click the “video” tab at the top of this page.
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Pogue Review: BlackBerry Passport Smartphone

David Pogue reviews the new BlackBerry Passport. “Pogue Review: BlackBerry Passport Smartphone” is categorized as “science and technology”. This video was licensed from Grab Networks. For additional video content, click the “video” tab at the top of this page.
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Full of Fiber and Gluten-Free: The 140-Calorie Muffins That Miranda Kerr Loves

Don’t just dismiss supermodel Miranda Kerr’s stunning looks on her good genes. Besides a healthy fitness routine, Miranda sticks to a healthy, organic diet. A peek into her home might reveal a plate of these apple-banana muffins. Not only are they made without any refined sugars, but they’re also dense and full of fiber, which […]
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A primer on Amazon’s new tablets

With the release of six new tablets, Amazon is marking the largest single-day product release in the company’s history. The Post’s Hayley Tsukayama breaks down what you need to know about the new products. (Amazon’s founder and CEO, Jeffrey P. Bezos, is also the owner of The Washington Post.) “A primer on Amazon’s new tablets” […]
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Ask Pogue: Is This Email Real?

David Pogue shares his tips on how to spot a scam email “phishing” for your personal information. “Ask Pogue: Is This Email Real?” is categorized as “science and technology”. This video was licensed from Grab Networks. For additional video content, click the “video” tab at the top of this page.
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The Better Back Workout: It’s Quick, Easy, and So Worth It!

Don’t let back pain keep you down! Here are six exercises that will keep your spine healthy and your core strong. This five-minute workout will teach you the essentials for maintaining a better back, from flexible hips to strong abs. Press play, get ready to stretch and strengthen your back, and feel relief. More from […]
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Ask Pogue: Footage Stabilization Feature

Why don’t TVs have a stabilization feature? David Pogue explains. “Ask Pogue: Footage Stabilization Feature” is categorized as “science and technology”. This video was licensed from Grab Networks. For additional video content, click the “video” tab at the top of this page.
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The Polaroid Cube: A Tiny Camera That Goes Anywhere

The new Polaroid Cube is an affordable pocket size camera that’s great for on the go stills and movies. “The Polaroid Cube: A Tiny Camera That Goes Anywhere” is categorized as “science and technology”. This video was licensed from Grab Networks. For additional video content, click the “video” tab at the top of this page.
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Your 10-Minute TV Tone-Up

We are all excited about Fall TV, but that doesn’t mean it is coach-potato time. We designed this 10-minute workout specifically for your living room. We turn your coach and throw pillows into effective gym equipment, so all you need to do is press play get your sweat session started. “Your 10-Minute TV Tone-Up” is […]
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Add Some Cardio to Your Barre Workout For the Best Burn Ever

Quick-paced moves keep your heart rate up in this at-home Cardio Barre workout. And you’ll be surprised how much of your body you can work in 10 minutes! Grab a sturdy chair to use as your barre, and get ready to sculpt your way lean. “Add Some Cardio to Your Barre Workout For the Best […]
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Sizing up the iPhone 6 Plus | Post Buzz

Is the iPhone 6 Plus really an upgrade or is it more inconvenient than it’s worth? The Post’s Hayley Tsukayama puts Apple’s newest phone to the test. “Sizing up the iPhone 6 Plus | Post Buzz” is categorized as “science and technology”. This video was licensed from Grab Networks. For additional video content, click the […]
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