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How to Do Pelvic Tilts: a Step-by-Step Guide

Pelvic tilts are an exercise comprised of very subtle spinal movements that strengthen the support muscles around the low back, particularly the …

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Jeff Bezos Just Confirmed the "Question Mark Method" That Scares the Heck Out of Everyone at Amazon

How do you respond to a one-character email from your boss's boss's boss's boss?<p>Imagine you're working at Amazon, and you get an email from your boss.<p>The subject line has a couple of those little "FWD:" notations, and you realize to your horror that the email originated with a customer, who sent a …

Jeff Bezos

The 10 Highest-Paying IT Certifications of 2018

A career in information technology (IT) takes a lot of planning. Choosing from the many available certifications determines which sort of career options are available to you. Whether it's system administration, networking, or security that interests you, you're sure to find plenty of certifications …

What Job Skill Is Most Lacking in the U.S.? LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner Has a Surprising Answer

American employees are lacking (sort of) one surprising skill. Here are some keys to moving it to the strength side of the ledger.<p>LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner just appeared on CNBC's <i>Squawk Box</i> to reveal surprising new research about the state of job skills in the U.S. He talked about gaps in computer …

Leadership

Warren Buffett Once Told a 14-Year-Old Kid the Secret to Success in 1 Simple Sentence

At a Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting over a decade ago, Warren Buffett gave a 14-year-old a success lesson that was meant for all of us.<p>On May 1, 2004, Berkshire Hathaway held its annual meeting in Omaha, Nebraska, where nearly 20,000 people attended this annual ritual.<p>As reporter Jason Zweig …

Success

Google Wanted to Know What Makes a Manager Great, So It Conducted a Study. Here Are the Results

Good leaders avoid micromanaging.<p>20 years ago, you probably would've laughed if someone said your life would one day be irrevocably changed by a company called Google. <i>What's a google</i>?<p>But, as you know, Google's become the largest entity in one of the biggest tech companies in the world. And it's …

Leadership

Create a Growth Culture, Not a Performance-Obsessed One

Here’s the dilemma: In a competitive, complex, and volatile business environment, companies need more from their employees than ever. But the same forces rocking businesses are also overwhelming employees, driving up their fear, and compromising their capacity.<p>It’s no wonder that so many C-Suite …

These Lower Ab Exercises Will Make You So Sore, It'll Hurt to Laugh!

Work your core with these intense moves that specifically target the lower abs. Um, we're sorry, but you'll definitely be sore tomorrow. Avoid anything funny at all costs, because it'll hurt to laugh!

The settings you should change immediately after buying a new TV

It's finally a good time to make the jump to a 4K TV. Prices have come down, HDR is up to snuff, and there are a bevy of great models to choose from. But once you bring your new TV home, you may want to take a trip through its settings and tweak a few in order to get the best possible picture.<p>If …

Want to Be a Better Leader? Try Staying Quiet

Staying quiet doesn't mean you have become passive or overstepped, it means you've created space for impact.<p>There's a quote by Plato that has always stuck with me: "Wise men speak because they have something to say; fools speak because they have to say something."<p>It's a saying that has helped my …

Leadership

21 Questions Amazon Asks Its Job Candidates

If you want to work for Jeff Bezos, you're going to have to answer some tough questions first.<p><b>Amazon goes to great lengths to ensure that they are hiring the right people.</b><p><b>We sifted through hundreds of Glassdoor reviews to find some of the company's toughest interview questions.</b><p><b>Questions about</b> …

Employment

40 seconds cycling, three times per week: That’s how much you need to ride to get fit, says BBC documentary

<b>Volunteers in BBC documentary see upp to 14 per cent improvement in fitness over five weeks</b><p>Two minutes of riding per week isn’t a lot, but apparently …

The Best Car Stereos With Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

After putting in 40 hours researching 35 car stereos and talking to experts, and spending another 20 hours testing nine of the most promising models, …

Want to Be a Better Leader This Year? Start With This 1 Rare Habit

In 1970, Robert K. Greenleaf wrote a classic that has stood the test of time. One of the practices in his book defines the best leaders today.<p>In Robert K. Greenleaf's classic 1970 essay, "The Servant as Leader," he recorded his personal observations over the course of 38 years (while employed at …

Leadership

Nine Words And Phrases To Avoid When You’re Negotiating A Salary

One word that will never help your cause is “sorry.” Here are eight others.<p>You’re 96% sure that you’re ready to schedule a meeting with your boss to ask for a raise. Or perhaps you’re nearing the end of the job interview process and an offer is in sight. However, if you’re like me, you have …

Career Development

The one place in the world that could make Anthony Bourdain give up traveling

Anthony Bourdain never seems to sit still for more than five minutes. The chef travels around the globe for his show <i>Parts Unknown</i>, eating and …

The incredible story of Elon Musk: from getting bullied in school to the most interesting man in tech

What can't Elon Musk do?<p>As CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, founder of The Boring Company, and cofounder of OpenAI, Musk seems to be everywhere all at once, …

'Hell on a bike' stands between Chris Froome and history

It has been variously described as “barbarous”, “monstrous”, "like Hell on a bike”; divides opinion like almost no other climb in professional cycling; and was, infamously, the subject of a one-man protest back in 2002, when the British rider David Millar stopped just short of the finish line, tore …

21 Million People Have Watched This Dad Brilliantly End A Public Tantrum

Viral Facebook video has parents in awe of dad’s skills<p>Tantrums are a part of every parent’s life. It’s not always easy to keep your cool while …

The Senate's tax bill encourages companies to bring their cash back to the US — here's which ones have the most overseas

American companies are hoarding cash like crazy — but a huge chunk of that change isn't held in the US.<p>Under the new tax bill that Senate Republicans passed in the early hours of Saturday morning, companies would be given the chance to bring home cash stored overseas at a one-time discounted …

Investing

Why China’s AI push is worrying

IMAGINE the perfect environment for developing artificial intelligence (AI). The ingredients would include masses of processing power, lots of …

Artificial Intelligence

15 Must-Read Business Books on Leadership and Personal Development From the Past 5 Years

Science and positive psychology point the way to the future of leadership.<p>The problem with producing any "top" business book list is the elimination process. Over the last five years, there have been numerous publications by top authors worthy of mention.<p>For this list, I have focused heavily on …

Leadership

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How to Build Your Base with Endurance Training

A solid endurance base will better prepare you to sustain higher-intensity sessions as you progress in your training plan. It also means that your aerobic capacity will be greater, so you can spend less time surviving hard rides, and more time enjoying them.<p>"Endurance itself can be a bit of a …

Marathons

The 10 Things You Didn't Know About Carbon Fiber

1 of 21<p>DUSTIN GAFFKE via Flickr<p>Not all carbon fiber frames are made in Asia...<p>It just seems that way. It’s true, most of the cycling industry’s carbon-fiber products do come from Taiwan, and sometimes China. But carbon fiber frames and parts are also made in US bike factories (Zipp's and …

Carbon Fiber

Everything Runners Need To Know About Interval Training | Page 2 of 2

Applying Gerschler’s Insight to Modern Training<p>Of course, modern interval training has evolved to target multiple fitness adaptations, not just …

Beet Juice Can Make Workouts Easier

Preload your next ride with beet juice: Drinking a glass of the stuff each day may make your workouts easier, according to new research from University of California at Davis and Korea's Kyung Hee University.<p>Past research showed that drinking beet juice just before working out can increase your …

Nutrition

Always Uncertain: 12 Counterintuitive Traits Of Genuinely Smart People

You’re probably smarter than you think you are, if you seldom assume you’re smart at all. Back in 2012, Jonah Lehrer wrote for The New Yorker that …

Protein bars

Whether you're in the saddle or on the couch, protein is an incredibly important part of your diet as a cyclist. On the bike, protein slows digestion and lowers a food’s glycemic index, preventing spikes in your blood sugar that lead to bonking. Off the bike, protein helps to rebuild tissue and …

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