Louis Pang

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Bkool Adds Real-Time Location Based Wind Resistance, Free Guest Mode & The Ability To Use On Any Trainer

Bkool makes an affordable trainer with interactive software, but they also make an app for free download. The newest release of the software allows …

Samsung Gear VR and CycleOps VirtualTraining Team up for Oculus Rift Based Virtual Reality Cycling

Recently there have been a number of virtual training programs introduced that aim to make spending hours on a trainer more bearable. Why? Because …

Virtual Reality

Carmichael Training Systems Partners with Strava to create Training Programs for Premium Members

If you’ve been out riding this year and are a Strava user, you’ve probably noticed the new Annual Achievements. Now, in addition to your personal …

Crankworx Set To Run Enduro Through The Koru, Registration Opens for Rotorua

Registration is opening on Thursday for Crankworx Rotorua, and the Giant Toa Enduro, opener of the Enduro World Series in New Zealand. Starting at …

Portrait Photography: A Basic Guide to Posing

Posing is as integral to portrait photography as the right lens and the right camera angle. A lot of photographers learn this the hard way. If you’re …

FlashDisc is a Portable Softbox that Folds Up to Fit In Your Pocket

The FlashDisc by Fstoppers is a portable softbox that can fit into your pocket when its not in use, thanks to a design that allows it to fold up in a …

Another November

Project info<p>ANOTHER NOVEMBER (2013-2014)<p>Following the ending of a significant relationship in my life, an undoing began. Whilst adjusting to being a single woman, I started to create a photographic narrative based on the experience of losing love; directing other women to portray the gradual …

Training For Tennis - The Roddick Way

It's Grand Slam fever time. It's also time — whether you’re new to the sport, have some experience or you’re a seasoned veteran — for you to start training for tennis. Why would you want to get involved in training for tennis? Well, it’s a great sport to add to your repertoire if you’re looking for …

An Aerospace Engineer's Guide to Winning Tennis

Simon “Si” Ramo is a remarkable person.<p>Ramo is a world-renowned scientist and engineer. He was the chief architect of the US intercontinental ballistic missile system. He was the ‘R’ in TRW, the multibillion-dollar aerospace company now part of Northrop Grumman. And last year, at <i>the age of 100</i>, he …

Jim Courier, Andre Agassi, and Lara Spencer PUNK'D on 'GMA' | Good Morning America | ABC News

TENNIS SERVE | "Elbow The Enemy" Tennis Serve Drill

How to Hit Cross Court and Down the Line in Tennis

Tennis: How to Serve

3 Drills To Improve Timing in Tennis

Tennis: Female Pro vs. Amateur Male

A Tribute to Discomfort: Insights from National Geographic Photographer Cory Richards | Colossal

<p>At the age of 14, photographer Cory Richards had dropped out of high school and was technically homeless. His education, he says, was instead …

The Grass Courts of Molokai

I just attended the Maui Interscholastic League tennis tournament (MIL's), which includes the nearby islands of Lanai and Molokai.<p>My son just started …

Vogue Launches on Flipboard

Inside Flipboard / February 4, 2014<p>Vogue, the most influential fashion magazine in the world, makes its debut on Flipboard today. Read by more than …

Picture perfect: David Bailey's best portraits

From Mick through fur via Kate with big hair, a glowing Jack Nicholson and a frolicking Jerry Hall, David Bailey's work is the benchmark in the difficult art of portrait photography. See for yourself in images from Stardust, at the National Portrait Gallery from 6 February to 1 June

David Bailey: Stardust – review

This is the photographic age. It took more than 150 years, but the camera is now universally accepted as a means of making art. So does that make star photographers the great artists of today?<p>David Bailey's retrospective Stardust at the National Portrait Gallery is being received exactly that way – …

Fitbit Force review: A tiny display makes a huge difference

The holidays are indeed one of the most wonderful times of the year, but they’re also one of least healthy. Thanksgiving roars in with stuffing and …