NIKE PRO HIJAB: Nike unveils high-tech Hijab for Muslim athletes

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Seeing an under-served market in the growing number of Muslim women who work out and compete in sports, Nike plans to launch a specially-designed Hijab in spring 2018. The 'Nike Pro Hijab' was inspired, the company says, by Sarah Attar, a runner from Saudi Arabia who competed in the London Olympics 800-meter race while wearing a Hijab, and by Amna Al Haddad, an Emerati weightlifter who competed in the Rio Olympics last summer. 'We worked with Amna and a variety of other athletes to see what they ...  View More
March 8, 2017 Tiffany

The vertical treadmill TREADWALL allows you to climb forever

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Like the idea of rock climbing, but too intimidated to give it a try? With the Treadwall M6 you're never higher than 2' off the ground and there's no training needed: 'The Treadwall M6 is a rotating climbing wall for training and recreation. It moves by body weight alone and automatically matches your speed and movement. Climbing on a Treadwall builds strength, flexibility and endurance. The Treadwall offers a total body workout – burning calories and affecting nearly every muscle in the body. ...  View More
February 13, 2017 Jessica

Naturist Helen Smith launches UK first nude-ercise class

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A personal trainer has launched Britain's first nude-ercise class where keep fit fanatics work out completely NAKED. Former recruitment consultant Helen Smith, 35, led the first circuits-style workout class for ten participants on Saturday evening in Southampton. The hour-long class, which was attended by people aged between 33 and 70, included jumping-jacks, sit-ups, push-ups and partner work.  View More
January 24, 2017 Jason

Watch: 6,000 fans attend Roger Federer practice

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Roger Federer has spent over five months out of action, but the Swiss veteran remains a huge draw card, with 6,000 fans turning out just to watch him practice ahead of his comeback at the Hopman Cup. The 17-time grand slam winner has endured a torrid 2016, competing in just seven events on the ATP Tour before a knee injury forced him to curtail his season and miss both the Olympics and the US Open. Federer, 35, has consequently dropped down to 16th in the rankings, ending a 14-year stay in the ...  View More
December 29, 2016 Megan

Girl humiliated by little boy dribbling a basketball in NY streets

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Pro tip: If somebody is just walking around the streets of New York dribbling a basketball like it’s something they do all the time, it probably means they have some sweet ball handling skills. So, whatever you do, don’t try to guard that person. A man dribbling a basketball on the sidewalk in New York makes a woman instantly regret trying to guard him. the video has just gone viral for his incredible ball handling. Oh, and for his hapless defender's glass ankles.  View More
December 29, 2016 Megan

Watch: Human-carrying drone lifts a snowboarder off a mountain

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YouTuber Casey Neistat may have retired from daily vlogging, but he hasn’t quit making videos. His latest holiday video goes bigger than ever, with a giant, custom-made drone that’s capable of lifting and flying around an adult human being (in this case, Neistat, on a snowboard). Neistat says the drone was customized for the video over the course of a year after being unable to find any commercially available drones for the project. The drone itself is an absolutely massive 16-rotor machine ...  View More
December 21, 2016 Jessica

Watch: Harlem Globetrotter Blakes AMAZING 583-foot basketball shot

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For the first annual World Trick Shot Day, Harlem Globetrotter "Buckets Blakes" went 58 stories up on the Tower of the Americas in San Antonio, Texas to make an unbelievable shot. The video shows Buckets Blakes reaching the roof of the iconic tower on a cloudy, grey day. Once on the roof, Blakes is tied to a bungee before looking over the edge and down to the basket on the ground. "World Trick Shot Day, baby, let's get buckets," Blakes said before launching a basketball from the top of the ...  View More
December 6, 2016 Megan

The Harlem Globetrotters break 9 Guinness World Records in a day

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The records were broken at the AT&T Center, home of the San Antonio Spurs, during the 12th annual Guinness World Records Day. Since 2000, the Globetrotters now own 15 current Guinness World Records. “We are the original trick shot artists, so it is great to reclaim our records and reestablish our dominance,” said Harlem Globetrotters star Big Easy Lofton. "We have been training hard so to have a day where we push the limits and try some fun yet challenging shots, is pretty cool".  View More
November 18, 2016 Jason

A new airless bike tire could make bike flats a thing of the past.

A flat tire is never fun and it can even mean a long walk home if you're caught without a patch kit and pump. The Utah-based company "Nexo" introduces flat-free tires and they come in 2 different versions: one for installing on existing wheels with a lifespan of 3,100 miles, and one that replaces the entire wheel with a lifespan of up to 5,000 miles. Both promise "freedom from flat tires".  View More
November 9, 2016 Tiffany
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