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At Obstacle Course Gyms, Exercisers Run The Fitness Gamut - Yahoo News

The course changes all the time as new obstacles are added or rearranged, said Matthews, who recommends varying obstacle course work with flexibility exercises. You need the foundation of fitness to make it through whatever is thrown your way, she said. Villanueva says he likes to put an extra, unexpected obstacle at the end of a workout, on the top of a hill. I relate a lot of things to life. Life will beat you down. In order to get up you have to push yourself, he said.
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Japan Marks Hiroshima Anniversary, Invites Leaders | Detroit Free Press |

Their average age is 79, and many of the attendants at the ceremony were their younger relatives and descendants. Hiroshima officials said 5,507 survivors died over the past year. The anniversary comes as Japan is divided over Prime Minister Shinzo Abes recent Cabinet decision to tapes allow the countrys military to defend foreign countries and play greater roles overseas. To achieve the goal, Abes Cabinet revised its interpretation of Japans post-WWII pacifist constitution. Abe said at the event that as the sole country to suffer nuclear attacks, Japan has the duty to seek to eliminate nuclear weapons. But he did not mention his push for a more assertive defense posture.
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Austria Honours Wwii Deserters For First Time - Yahoo News

View photo A monument dedicated to deserters of the Wehrmacht, the unified armed forces of the Nazi regime, is unveiled Vienna (AFP) - Austria unveiled Friday its first national monument to the estimated 1,500 people executed by the Nazis for deserting or refusing to fight in World War II, 69 years after the conflict ended. "Hitler's army was not our army," President Heinz Fischer said at a ceremony inaugurating the flat, X-shaped concrete memorial in central Vienna attended by several aged former deserters. The monument is a stone's throw from Heldenplatz ("Heroes' Square"), where in 1938 some 250,000 Austrians enthusiastically welcomed Hitler after the "annexation" of the Nazi dictator's native country by Germany. Several hundred thousand Austrians served in Hitler's armed forces during the 1939-45 conflict, and it took until 2009 -- like in Germany -- for Austria to quash convictions for refusing to fight. "Until very recently deserters (visit site) were considered by many people as traitors, even as murderers of their comrades," historian Walter Manoschek from Vienna University told AFP. Austria

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Soccer-factbox On Manchester United's Angel Di Maria - Yahoo News

He won the 2011 King's Cup and a year later the La Liga title. The 2013-14 season saw the arrival of new manager Carlo Ancelotti go and Di Maria's position in the side appeared uncertain with the world record signing of another left-footed winger in Gareth Bale from Tottenham Hotspur. However, Di Maria showed great determination to find a place in Ancelotti's side, playing in a deeper role on the left of a three-man midfield. He came to the fore during the second half of the campaign and was a key factor in Real winning the 2014 Champions League and King's links Cup. Ancelotti was keen to keep hold of Di Maria but the player felt undervalued by the club and the signing of Colombia midfielder James Rodriguez ahead of the 2014-15 season signalled his eventual departure. INTERNATIONAL CAREER Di Maria played for the Argentina Under-20 side that were runners-up in the 2007 South American Championship and the same year won the Under-20 World Championship. In 2008 he won gold at the Beijing Olympics and scored the only goal in the final against Nigeria. Di Maria made his debut for Argentina's senior team in September, 2008, against Paraguay and became a regular in the side but was criticised by many as they struggled at the 2010 World Cup and were eliminated in the quarter-finals.

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Chris Powell?s Extreme Ab Makeover! - Yahoo News

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Once you get your nutrition dialed in then you use exercise to accelerate the results, Chris reveals to Healthy Hollywood. Healthy Hollywood got a chance to chat with the fitness dynamo and his super-toned and adorable wife, Heidi at the recent opening of Reebok Fithub Union Square in New York City. Chris is a paid brand ambassador for Reebok. Heidi, also, view site... agreed with her hubby that great abs start in the kitchen, noting, So many people think that they have that spare tire around their waist and they think gosh, Ive got to check this out do more crunches and abs. But, you cant spot reduce, if you want to reduce that fat layer around your belly you have to reduce the fat over your entire body. You lose fat globally and the way to do it through what youre eating. Heidi, who is in absolutely fabulous shape, especially for a mother of six, reveals there are 3 simple adjustments to make to your diet immediately. It really is reducing sugar, reducing salt and drinking lots of water. Youve got to start in the kitchen you cant exercise out a bad diet, you just cant. Chris, who is also the best-selling author of Choose More, Lose More For Life, shared his top diet rules to make whether you want to lose 5 pounds or a 100. First off, drink more water. We always aim for about a gallon a day.
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