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  • How Social Media Is Changing Your Brain
    By: mystery11
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    With social media sites being used by one thir of the entire world, theyve clearly have made major influence on society. But what about our bodies? * 5% to 10% of internet users are actually unable to control how much time they spent online. * Multi-tasking.: You might think that those users of social media are constantly switching between working websites, but studies have found that one comparing having one media users to others, they perform much worst task switching tests. * Phantom Vibration Syndrom
  • Brain Tricks - This Is How Your Brain Works
    By: Bradley
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    You may not realize it but your brain processes the information in two very distinct ways. Like when you look at the photo in the video you instinctively know that she has blond hair, is visibly angry and likely has some choice words to you. Without any afford you experienced fast thinking. But if you look at the problem in the video, something different happens. For sure you immediately know it's a multiplication problem and you know you could solve it if you had energy, but you didn't. If you do try your...
  • YOU LIVE IN THE PAST
    By: Bradley
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    In this video we’re going to talk about the past, but not like history. In fact we’ll be talking about what we call “Now”, this very newest moment in time. And in fact we can never be aware of or live in what we call now, because it takes time for our brains to process the information about what’s happening now and it takes time for that information to get from the rest of our body to our brain.
  • Freeze Yourself To Live Forever? The Truth About Cryonics
    By: pooya_f
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    If death was imminent, would you consider cryogenically freezing yourself, with the hopes that one day future technology would bring you back to life? Battling with brain cancer, thats what 22 year old Kim Suozzi did, and there are others just like her! But does this have any basis in science? Trace has the answers!
  • How to Do the Butterfly Stroke
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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.
  • How to Do the Back Crawl - Backstroke
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    How to do the backstroke. To have a successful backstroke, just like in freestyle, it's important to start off in a nice, tight streamlined position, do about between six and ten kicks in a streamlined position underwater, and then break into your backstroke. In the backstroke, just like in freestyle, our body rotates from side to side, about 45 degrees to one side, 45 degrees to the other side. In backstroke, the thumb comes out of the water first, hand rotates, and the pinky enters the water.
  • How to Do Front Crawl Freestyle Stroke
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    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... .
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