Robby Waldrip

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10-Minute Workout For a Flat Belly and Perfect Posture

Get ready for a six-pack abs and perfect posture workout with Jason Wimberly, founder of The Wall, an LA-based fitness studio that combines indoor …

Workouts

Are Bitcoin and Crypto Prices Totally Dependent On China?

Last year, it banned initial coin offerings. This year, the government there has directed state officials to conduct an “orderly removal” of bitcoin …

Bitcoin Mining

Your Basic Guide to Calculating Your Social Security Benefits

Two helpful tools can give you an idea of how big that check will be.<p>Your Social Security benefits, while not typically big enough to live on, can be …

14 things successful people do on Sunday nights

If You Overthink Too Much, This Quiz Will Tell You

*Overthinks taking this quiz and cries*

This Is Why People Cheat, According to Nearly 500 Cheaters

It's not always a sign of a problem in the relationship<p>If you’ve ever been cheated on, your first question was probably: why? Likewise, if you’ve been the one who’s stepped out on the relationship, your partner probably asked, or wondered, the same.<p>New research sheds light on the motivations behind …

How to Read Minds

<i>You don’t use your mind to read the minds of others. You read minds by reading your heart and gut.</i><p>To fully hear and understand someone, you need to …

Meditation = Brain Training for Focus

<i>Athletes are using meditation to get an edge for these six reasons.</i> Work In <i>author Erin Taylor shares why you should add meditation to your daily</i> …

Triathlete

The idea that everything from spoons to stones is conscious is gaining academic credibility

Consciousness permeates reality. Rather than being just a unique feature of human subjective experience, it’s the foundation of the universe, present in every particle and all physical matter.<p>This sounds like easily-dismissible bunkum, but as traditional attempts to explain consciousness continue …

How Meditation Changes Your Brain, According To Science

Mindfulness and meditation are, as they say, "trending" these days, but with pretty good reason. You've probably heard a friend talking about the …

10 Days of Eating Fat, for My Mental Health

It’s January, which means there’s still time to curb your existential dread about the passing of time with a few resolutions. Why not try a new diet? …

Tax return tips for 2018: 5 filing season savings moves and investments to maximize your 2017 refund

For all the drama over the recent overhaul to the tax code, there’s a good chance actually filing your taxes in 2018 — hopefully by the April 17 …

Want to Land One of the Best Jobs of 2018? Here Are 3 Smart Tips

It takes more than a degree and experience to land the best jobs.<p>Glassdoor just released its annual report of the 50 Best Jobs in America for 2018. Data scientist and DevOps engineer took the top two spots. But if you don't have the degree or experience for either of these, fear not! There are …

Load up on CompTIA certification training for less than $8 per course

Learning will always be the cornerstone of any progressing career. And if you make your living (or want to make your living) as an IT pro, you’d better be ready to pick up new skills and learn new disciplines even faster than most.<p>In the IT world, there’s no more bankable training than …

Living in the Moment Is Challenging—Here's How an Expert Says You Can Do It

It seems as though a wave of interest in mindfulness and meditation has swept over the U.S. and other Western countries in recent years. Yoga remains …

If a man has these 9 qualities never let him go, scientists say

There are certain traits that the majority of heterosexual women look for in a man: kindness, GSOH, an understanding that the fight for gender …

The Startling Link Between Sugar and Alzheimer's

A high-carb diet, and the attendant high blood sugar, are associated with cognitive decline.<p>In recent years, Alzheimer’s disease has occasionally been referred to as “type 3” diabetes, though that moniker doesn’t make much sense. After all, though they share a problem with insulin, type 1 diabetes …

Most unhappy people are unhappy for the exact same reason

We’d all like to be a little happier.<p>The problem is that much of what determines happiness is outside of our control. Some of us are genetically predisposed to see the world through rose-colored glasses, while others have a generally negative outlook. Bad things happen, to us and in the world. …

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Why the ketogenic diet may help fight diabetes, cancer

A diet extremely high in fat may not seem like the best way to lose fat. But there’s a growing body of research showing that the high-fat, low-carbohydrate ketogenic diet is not only good for weight loss, but also may help in preventing disease.<p>The ketogenic diet, or keto, relies on using your fat …

Sex dolls, live models make 'virtual intercourse' feel real

"The beauty of this is that you can do so many things that you can't do in the real world."<p>Daryn Parker, VP CamSoda<p>"How cool that we can do it without doing it."<p>Charley Hart, CamSoda model

Is this the ultimate keto diet hack?

Superhuman energy. A fog-free brain. Effortless weight loss. These are just a few promises of the high-fat, low-carb ketogenic lifestyle—the …

Is Masturbation Good For You? Science Weighs In

You know you want to.<p>First up, let's just be honest - 95 percent of men and 72 percent of women reading this are just here to feel good about what …

20 Surprising Things You Can Do With Google Search

You can get really specific about the results you want, as well as the ones you don't.<p>Googling has become second nature to most of us, with many people consulting the search engine dozens of times per day.<p>The company’s flagship product is powered by a plethora of algorithms designed to dole out the …

Our 10 Best Gluten-Free Snack Ideas

If you're gluten-free, you know there are a multitude of diet-appropriate snacks on the shelves for you these days. However, if you're willing to …

Do This Hip Opener Against the Wall, and You'll Never Do It on the Floor Again

You're not sure which is worse — your tight hips or your sore lower back. They're all connected, so you want to focus on stretching them both to get relief from tightness and pain.<p>Butterfly is a common yoga pose that targets both these areas, and if you've never done it against a wall, get ready …

Yoga

Relationship experts say these are the 8 red flags to look out for when you start dating someone — and some are surprisingly common

Any new relationship is full of challenges. You're getting to know someone, and there's no telling when something might happen to burst the bubble of your new romance.<p>In general, it's fun learning all there is to know about someone who used to be a stranger. But sometimes, there will be signs that …

8 STIs You Can Get Without Having Intercourse

Fun fact: You don’t have to have sexual intercourse to get a sexually transmitted infection (STI). But before we dive into the specifics of how …

The 20-Minute Workout Guaranteed to Improve Your Memory (and Get You in Better Shape)

No medications, meditation, or memory exercises required.<p>While it's common to think success is all about whom you know, success is almost always based on <i>what</i> you know. That's why we all want to learn faster, retain more information, and improve our memories.<p>And we all want to double-dip: To get …

Scientists Discover 215 Miles Of Underwater Subterranean Caverns In Mexico With 12,000-Year-Old Artifacts

The underwater cave system is the largest of its kind in the world and is full of artifacts from the once flourishing Maya civilization.<p>After 10 …

Archaeology

20 Financial Facts You Should Know by Age 35

You’ve heard numerous financial terms by the time you are in your 30s. But how many of them have stuck, and which ones are relevant to you? Here are …

Credit Cards