Craig Maherry

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How Many Reps Should You Do?

Want to build size, strength, or endurance? Then you need to know how many reps to lift! Here's how to match your goals to the best rep range and …

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Justice League begins shooting April 11

The legal maxim, “Justice delayed is justice denied” wasn’t meant to apply to superhero films, but the epic wait is finally over for DC fans.<p>Zack …

Suzelle makes a shocking discovery in her latest DIY video

‘Her situation remains the same’ - Sbahle Mpisane's father on her condition Sbahle Mpisane in ICU after car accident ‘He had never had seizures …

Samsung's no-phone-necessary Gear S watch is coming to the US this fall

Samsung gave us a glimpse at its next smartwatch (there have been a few) during IFA, and tonight there's news that, surprise, you'll be able to buy and use the Gear S in the US this fall. This one is special because unlike most other watches, it can connect to 3G data by itself when the wearer's …

Ditch These 3 Habits That Keep You Stressed

There’s no shortage of data showing that work-related stress is keeping people up at night—and then causing them to drag through the day. In their popular New York Times piece, “Why You Hate Work,” Tony Schwartz and Christine Porath underscore the personal and collective energy crisis we’re all …

Customer Service Tip: That Whiny Complaining Customer? She's Actually A Gift From The Gods

A customer who brings up two, three, even four complaints in a row is just a whiner, right? The problem has to be the customer, not your customer service experience, it would seem.<p>But the weird thing is, complaints about your customer service or your product sometimes come in threes. Or fours. All …

Welcome to the 72-Hour Work Week

How many hours do you think the average American professional works each week? If you think 40, 50 or even 60, think again. For many, 72 hours is the new norm.<p>In a recent survey of 483 executives, managers, and professionals (EMPs), we found that 60% of those who carry smartphones for work are …