“The most important thing is to back off a little for the first week,” Schoenfeld says. “Choose a weight where you will be able to stop several reps short of failure on your sets. The following week you should be able to train at your previous level, assuming the reason for stopping wasn’t an illness or injury.” Meanwhile, if you’re getting back into running, start at a pace at which you can run comfortably and are able to speak in short sentences. After a week, try turning up the speed. … [Read more...] about What Happens to Your Body When You Skip the Gym?
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Southwest has 34 737 MAX-8s, the basic MAX model, sitting grounded and had ordered 264 more to be delivered over the next few years. Now that pilots moving to the MAX require simulator training, Boeing has agreed to cut the price of every MAX going to Southwest by $1 million. Apart from the concerns of passengers over the jet’s safety, Southwest is thinking about launching into longer routes that the MAX would be unable to serve. … [Read more...] about Boeing Is Totally Screwed as Orders Plunge and Customers Switch to Airbus
Yet in the ways they’ve chosen to police their platforms, the tech companies have left plenty of openings for disinformation to spread. In Facebook’s case, Gleicher says the company has chosen to root out bad actors — whether they’re Russian trolls, e-criminals from Iran, or clickbait profiteers here in the U.S. — not by the content they post but the behavior of the people running the accounts. The company looks for what it calls “inauthentic behavior,” which includes creating fake accounts, masking the true identity of the person or group operating a Facebook page, and using a network of pages in close coordination to game Facebook’s algorithm and reach a larger audience. “We have articulated a set of behaviors that are deceptive, that mislead users, and that violate our policies,” Gleicher says. “At its core, it doesn’t matter who’s doing it. It doesn’t matter what content they’re sharing. It … [Read more...] about Hackers Are Coming for the 2020 Election — And We’re Not Ready
Bloomberg’s visit comes as he continues to ramp up his operation, which includes more than 1,000 staffers across the country. His operation is aimed at defeating Trump in key battleground states. Recently, he earned his first endorsements from members of Congress as Reps. Max RoseMax RoseBiden picks up endorsement of early O'Rourke backer Sean Maloney Bloomberg gets first congressional endorsement 2 Democrats say they voted against war powers resolution 'because it merely restated existing law' MORE (D-N.Y.) and Stephanie MurphyStephanie MurphyThe Hill's 12:30 Report: Pelosi plans to send impeachment articles next week The lawmakers who bucked their parties on the war powers resolution House passes measure seeking to limit Trump on Iran MORE (D-Fla.) threw their support behind the former mayor (Politico). Rep. Harley RoudaHarley Edwin RoudaHouse Democrats launch effort to register minority voters in key districts Local infrastructure projects must embrace open competition The … [Read more...] about The Hill’s Morning Report — President Trump on trial
He’s always available to periscope any time a hot-button issues arises, calling for “emergency press conferences” that consist of Travis staring into the camera wearing a T-shirt, often unshaven, in front of an Outkick the Coverage backdrop. But the lo-fi production values and always-on accessibility create a sense of intimacy and familiarity with readers, in contrast with the professional production values at ESPN or even Fox Sports 1. He treats them not just as consumers of a product he’s offering, but soldiers in a culture war that have joined his side—and one that’s “winning,” as he constantly reminds his fans—simply by clicking on the website or buying his merchandise. … [Read more...] about The Alex Jones of Sports Just Blew Up ESPN