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Body Building Tips: How to Build Muscle With Ronnie Coleman

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April 18, 2013
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Eight-time Mr. Olympia Ronnie Coleman explains the best way for you to build muscle and explores the difference between good weight and bad weight. He also shares his own diet and workout tips!


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Oil Inventories Reach Highest Level Since November

Oil Inventories Reach Highest Level Since November

TheStreet (Mar. 26, 2014) The Energy Information Agency reports crude oil inventories build by 6.6 million barrels in the latest week. BRG Brokerage President Jeff Grossman tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux that this is a much larger-than-expected build, but he is surprised the WTI crude market remains little changed amid the inventory build and the Crimea crisis. Grossman warns that prices, which remain near $100 a barrel, likely will see a pullback to the mid $90 range, but not much further below that level. Video provided by TheStreet
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Puppy Born With Paralyzing Defect Learns to Run

Puppy Born With Paralyzing Defect Learns to Run

Buzz60 (July 30, 2013) A puppy named Mick, born with a defect called Swimmer Puppy Syndrome, was nursed back to health by the Mia Foundation, which rescues and helps puppies with birth defects. By using different techniques including harness training to build leg muscle strength, the puppy went from being immobilized to running in the park. Kristina Behr (@KristinaBehr) has a look at his amazing recovery.
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Digital Mount Rushmore Renders Your Face on the Side of a Building

Digital Mount Rushmore Renders Your Face on the Side of a Building

Buzz60 (Jan. 14, 2014) 'Megaface' is a giant 3-D pinscreen on the side of a building that will morph to display fans' faces at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. The building will sit at the entrance to the Olympic Park, and visitors can enter one of many 3-D booths to have their face shown on the building, at any given time, for 20 seconds. Andrew Dymburt (@CantPinTheDym) has more.
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Astronaut Uses Single Strand of Hair to Propel Herself

Astronaut Uses Single Strand of Hair to Propel Herself

Buzz60 (Oct. 23, 2013) During conversations in preparation for the movie 'Gravity,' NASA astronaut Cady Coleman told actress Sandra Bullock all it takes to propel oneself in zero-gravity is a single strand of hair. Jen Markham has the video of one astronaut aboard the International Space Station demonstrating the power of hair in space.
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