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4 Techniques To Instantly Improve Your Freestanding Handstand

You’ve been working on your handstand for a while now. <b>You’ve spent countless hours on line drills, hollow bodies, and shoulder mobility.</b> Most of your …

Yoga

10 Rules for Climbing Photography

584<p>SHARES<p>As the photo editor for Climbing magazine, I’ve spent countless hours of my life click-click-clicking through climbing photos to find the …

Climbing

Rock Climbing How To Videos - Climbing Training on Strength - Climbing Lesson 1 of 3 - Pull-up Strength

One of the questions that I get asked most often from rock climbers is “What kind of exercises can I do at home to make me a better climber?”. Now …

Dancer Captures Elegant Photos of His Gravity-Defying Movements Frozen in Time

While levitation photography is nothing new, Taiwanese-French-American photographer Mickael Jou's self-portraits of himself leaping through the air are exceptionally elegant feats of movement and grace. For the past three years, the Berlin-based creative has united his two passions–photography and …

Photography

Take an incredible drone flight through the world's biggest cave

Equipped with a DJI Phantom 2, a Canon 6D and a GoPro Hero 4 Black, photographer Ryan Deboodt has produced some stunning footage of Hang Sơn Đoòng, the world's biggest cave.<p>At a length of some 9 kilometres (5.6 miles), Hang Sơn Đoòng in Vietnam, near the Laos border, is the largest known cave in …

Photography

This Is The Single Greatest Cause Of Employee Disengagement

We all lead “double lives.” We have our personal lives where we can: control the technologies and devices we want to use, build and shape communities, share and collaborate with who we want where we want, easily access information, take out loans on a house and make purchases, and have the freedom …

Three Things They Don't Teach You About Change Leadership

Somewhere between reading John Kotter’s <i>Leading Change</i> and Michael Watkin’s <i>First Ninety Days,</i> most change projects are tested by currents of resistance and indecision that are often quite subtle, but need to be played right if the change initiative is to gain traction and maintain its momentum. …

How to Deal With a Logo Misfire

As a company innovates and grows, rebranding is oftentimes an inevitable step in the process. Changes to the business need to be reflected in a new visual identity that reflects the company’s new culture.<p>Rebranding is the easiest way to show the world that changes are happening, and that a company …

5 Fall Soups to Warm You Up

Feel that chill in the air? Warm up with these soul-satisfying autumn soups.<p><b>1. Easy Butternut Squash Soup</b><p>This has got to be the easiest butternut squash soup recipe ever. You start with pre-cut squash from the supermarket, then you throw everything in a pot, simmer it, purée it and you're done. But …

Cooking

How to to Get the Best Out of Your Knives at Home

Here's how to select and care for your kitchen knives at home—according to two expert knifemakers.<p><i>Welcome to Out of the Kitchen, our ongoing exploration of America’s coolest food artisans. Over the next few months, we’re apprenticing with the best knife forgers, cider brewers, and spice blenders,</i> …

Knives

How to Make the Most of Your Slow Cooker

<i>Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun.</i><p><i>Today: Your weeknights just got infinitely better.</i> <i>Stay tuned for our collection all about slow cooking on Provisions this Thursday!</i><p>Weeknights weren’t made for …

The End Of Passwords? This Bracelet Unlocks Computers And Doors With Your Heartbeat

Bionym’s Nymi offers a glimpse of the future of wearable biometric authentication.<p>This much we can all agree on: Passwords suck.<p>With that in mind, companies are hard at work developing other forms of user-friendly authentication. Fingerprinting is already being used to unlock iPhones and the PayPal …

Information Systems

Neuroscience: Become Immune to Stress | Inc.com

Most people intuitively understand that exercise can improve your mood, but it was only last week that scientists figured out how it works. Their findings are of enormous importance to everybody who experiences stress at work.<p>According to a recent article in the <i>New York Times</i>, exercising causes …

Neuroscience

Photo du Jour: Thailand Fire Show

Against the black night, Los Angeles-based photographer Marianna Jamadi captures a fire show performer caught in a vortex of fire. This is Koh Phi …

How did Korea’s messaging app KakaoTalk make enough money to go public?

Advertisement<p>1 Comment<p>Credit: Kostenko Maxim / Shutterstock.com<p>Korea’s biggest messaging app — KakaoTalk — is about to become a public company by …

Google's Eric Schmidt: Steve Jobs is my hero

Google and Apple are bitter rivals, but during a talk, Google's executive chairman opens up about his old friend and why "we could all aspire to be a small percentage of Steve."<p>SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- The rivalry between Apple and Google is not for the faint of heart.<p>In fact, Google Executive …

Silicon Valley

How 'Good Enough' is Actually Optimal

<i>This article originally appeared on the iDoneThis blog.</i><p>Ten years ago, Jon Bell, now a designer at Twitter, told his wife that he’d be happy with how much he was making for the rest of his life.<p>I didn’t make much at the time. But that marked the day I began trying to fight back the impulse for …