Search results for: “'We Break

 

  • Making of sugar glass for decoration
    By: Bradley
    FREE 0
    INGREDIENTS 3 cups white sugar (must be white granulated sugar) 1 cups light corn syrup 1 cup water 1 tablespoon lemon, or other flavored extract-( make sure that you use a non colored extract or it will tint the finished product) blue food coloring (I used about 10 drops of McCormick food coloring) First of all stir together the white sugar, corn syrup, and water. Remove it from heat and stir in flavored extract and food coloring, if desired. You can use any color and here we use a blue color to show a frozen glass. Pour onto a greased cookie sheet. Let cool, and break into large pieces that resemble broken ice. Store in an airtight container.
  • How to Find Work Making Balloon Animals
    By: Bradley
    FREE 0
    In this video were going to be talking about making balloon animals. There are many, many ways you can perform: at fairs, at festivals, at private parties, at corporate events. When Jonas Cain first started making balloon animals, he would do magic shows, and it was an add-on sale. He would do his magic show. At the end of the show he would stick around for an extra 20 minutes, half-hour, making balloon animals for all the kids. So it was an easy way to break in with that. If you want to find work, if youre just starting out, you can online, you can research local fairs, local festivals
  • What if You Were Born in Space?
    By: pooya_f
    FREE 0
    If a baby were born in space (microgravity) and grew up there, would it influence the structure of the bone or body? Would microgravity cause the muscles to be smaller than a child growing up normally on Earth? If a pregnant woman flies in space and gives birth almost right away, the baby will be born pretty normal because it will develop in the womb very normally at Earth's gravity. What happens then is very interesting. The bone cells are programmed to grow--they don't stop until you are a teenager or so. But it is gravity as a stress that makes the cells in the bones have the right alignment, or stack up properly and pull the bone so that it forms straight. Without gravity, the baby's bones won't get long and thin like adult bone. They will be very easy to break, and they won't grow as fast. This is true for arms and legs.
  • How to Do a Speed Dribble - Basketball
    By: jacksmith
    FREE 0
    Right now we'll talk about how to speed dribble. Speed dribbling is essential because it helps us to get the court as fast as possible. Really, in fast break situations, if you're a ball handler you want to get from point A to point B down the court as fast as possible... .
  • Do a Hammerlock - Wrestling Moves
    By: ARVC
    FREE 0
    Twisting Wrist Lock, now he takes this, he'll break this elbow, stand behind with a Hammer Lock. Guys, if you could turn around a little bit so they can see. Okay, he has the wrist up high. The higher up here he puts the pressure, the more pain is applied to his shoulder joint... .
  • Healing Relationship after Infidelity
    By: jacksmith
    FREE 0
    Most people are under the impression that infidelity always leads to the break-up of a relationship. However about 50% of relationships do survive affairs. The difficult thing is to heal after the affair and it's not an easy road. It's full of pain and mutual distrust for many years sometimes. The important thing, the first and most important thing is full and honest disclosure.
  • How to Do the Butterfly Stroke
    FREE 0
    How to do the butterfly. Just like in any other stroke, it's important to have a nice good position to push off the wall and then break out into your kick. Here the basic components of how to do the butterfly. The butterfly starts off with a pull with both arms underwater. Push your arms all the way through the hips and then bring them out right above the water and enter in the corner of your eyes.
  • How to Do Front Crawl Freestyle Stroke
    FREE 0
    How to do the freestyle. There are a couple of elements that go into having a nice freestyle stroke, also known as the front crawl. First you start off in a ready position from the wall to push off into a streamline position, which helps you glide and then kick into the stroke. After you do your streamline, you break into your freestyle stroke by doing a pull first. The pull is you catch the water with your arm, your palm, and your fingers pointing down and you push the arm all the way through your hips. Then you have the recovery, the arm comes out of the water and enters. In freestyle the breathing is done to the side. When you breath to the side, just half of your face usually comes out of the water, you take a quick breath, and then as your arm recovers your face goes right back into the water... .
  • How to Breathe during a Front Crawl
    FREE 0
    As you take a quick breath to your side, the arm recovers and it fits right in front of your head, and you begin the stroke with the other arm. In freestyle, the breathing could be done at any time. You can really just swim at whatever level you're swimming at. So, what I'm trying to say about that is, in freestyle, breathing to your side could be done every stroke, every other three strokes, every other five strokes or seven strokes, depending on what kind of workout you are doing.
  • How to Crawl Kick
    FREE 0
    How to crawl kick, also known as the flutter kick? The flutter kick is done from your hips with a slight bend in your knees and your toes pointed. A good way to practice the crawl kick is to begin practicing on your belly with your arms at the 11:00 position. You want your body to be right on top of the water, and you don't have to worry about the breathing for now. You can just push off the wall and do about a 12 repetition kick from the wall with your arms stretched out, your head nice and straight. This will really give you nice focus on the kick.
  • How to Swim Faster
    FREE 0
    How to swim faster doing the front crawl. It's very important that you start off in a very tight, streamlined position, glide and kick as fast as you can. If you're going to be doing a short distance sprint, you don't have to breathe that much. You can really just focus on pushing your arms through the water, and having a nice long stroke, and kicking your feet as fast as possible.
  • How to Flip Turn in Freestyle Swimming
    FREE 0
    How to flip turn while swimming the front crawl. As you're approaching the wall during your freestyle as you come closer to the wall in about an arms length you begin to do a somersault. What we would call outside the water a somersault in the water, we call that a flip. Couple of elements that go into a good flip turn; the chin comes close to the chest, the knees come close to the chest, and you do a somersault in the water. Plant your feet against the wall and then push off in a streamline position, a little bit on your side as you push off your body rotates to go back on its belly and you begin to glide and kick from the wall and break into your freestyle stroke. And that is how we do the flip turns for the front crawl.
Total Products= 50 (5 pages)