It’s Halloween and as much fun as it is to dress up, many of us also hear the call of our childhood sweet tooth beckoning us to indulge in the plethora of individually wrapped sweets lying around the house. Sure it’s fun now, but it won’t take long for you to start regretting those extra calories (especially heading into the holiday season). So there’s only one thing left to do – get outside or to the gym and work off those sweets. Fortunately, we have a collection of fitness gadgets to make those workouts more fun, safer and easier to track. Check out our list of our Top 10 Fitness Gadgets.
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From the original Donkey Kong and Pac-Man arcade games to Buck Hunter and modern classics, the vintage arcade game console (with joystick or rollerball) draws out the youth in all of us. Today, adults who grew up in the 80s and 90s are living out their childhood dreams and installing their arcade favorites in their own homes and man caves. While you may be a fan of these classics yourself, here are 11 things you may know about vintage arcade video games. Continue reading →
If you’ve read the news lately, you’ve probably seen the stories about the seasonal rise of common colds and flu bugs, not to mention the international appearance of the deadly ebola virus.
10 “No, no, NO!” plays from the 2014 NFL Season So Far (that were less stressful when experienced in the comfort of a massage chair)
As we head in to Week 6 of the season, there have been many ups and downs. In the first five weeks, we’ve seen some great plays that made us stand up in excitement, while others have made us burrow our heads in shame for our team. This is a tribute to the latter – those plays that through our own team’s fault or the superb athleticism of our opponents would’ve been better experienced in the comfort of a massage chair. Because, when your team causes you to become tense, at least your massage chair can take it away. Continue reading →
Early tomorrow (Wednesday morning) look to the western sky to see the last lunar eclipse of 2014. Most areas of North America with clear skies should see at least part of the eclipse. The most brilliant stage of the eclipse – when the earth completely shadows the light from the sun, allowing the moon to appear reddish in color – will begin at 6:25 a.m. ET and end at 7:24 a.m. ET. Continue reading →