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How To: Weave crosses on a tennis racket

String a tennis racket yourself. Take a look at this instructional video and learn what to do and what not to do as you weave your crosses on your tennis racket. When pulling the strings across the mains, don't just pull it straight across. Always move your hand and the tennis string.

How To: Start crosses on a tennis racket with a starting knot

Check out this instructional video and learn how to start your crosses(two-piece) with a starting knot when stringing your tennis racket. Once you have your first cross in, you need to find where your starting knot is going to go. Whichever starting knot you choose, you need to pull it tight from both sides to make the knot as bulky and tight as possible.

How To: Start crosses on the tennis racket w/ a starting clamp

Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to start your crosses(two-piece) with a starting clamp when stringing your tennis racket. Keep in mind that when you get to the other side where the knot's going to be, make sure that there's enough string sticking out to get through your tension head and then clamp it on the outside with the starting clamp.

How To: Interpret crosses & islands on the main lines of your palm

In this tutorial, Peter John teaches us how to palm read: Crosses & islands on the main lines. Lines in the hand show how a person makes a change. When there is an island on the hand, this means the person needs to slow down and be careful. This could also mean their work is going to slow down or something in their career is going to change. If the island continues on throughout the hand, this means the person will manage to carry on and stay within their line of work when they are challenged...

How To: Interpret crosses & islands on the main lines of your palms

In this Spirituality video tutorial you will learn how to palm read; crosses and islands on the main lines. These very often come on the main lines and sometimes they show a lot of changes in the person's life. If there is a cross on the heart line, it implies an emotional change. It could be a divorce. Islands on the heart line imply upsets; like an upset in marriage. Islands in the head line are often there because of a slowdown, may be they have changed their thinking or may be they have g...

How To: Wrap & wear your baby in a long scarf

This video tutorial shows you how to use a long wrap product to dress yourself while creating a secure carrier for your baby. The long wrap is brought forward from back to front and round your belly button, criss-crossed over your back and brought forward and criss-crossed once more, then tied. The two criss-crosses (in the shape of an X) help hold the babies legs, as the pass through the criss-crosses and support the baby. You should then try to bring the fabric down as far as possible to su...

How To: Write and graph an equation in slope intercept form

This video teaches us the method to write an equation in slope intercept form and to graph it. The equation of line is y = mx + c. m is the slope and c is the y intercept or the point where it crosses the y axis. Let us find the equation of line if it crosses (8,6) and m=1/2. Substituting the values of x,y and m we get 6=(8)(1/2)+b. Simplifying we get b=2. Substituting the values in the equation of line, we get y = m/2 + 2. Suppose we want to find the x coordinate of a point on the line given...

How To: Tie your shoe laces for athletes

Chris from Hack College shows us the fastest way to tie our shoelaces. He starts with the regular twist-around knot on a shore. The key is to take two loops - one that crosses on the inside and one that crosses on the outside. Then put the loops through each other so that they switch positions and pull the loops to tighten the knot. A better description is to make two arches (loops) - one towards him and the other away from him. Then switch them in the middle and pull. Since practise will mak...

How To: Read affection lines in palmistry with Peter John

This video tutorial is in the Spirituality category which will show you how to read affection lines in palmistry with Peter John. The affection lines are at the edge of the palm under the little finger. These are also referred to as marriage lines. When it curves downwards and crosses the heart line, it implies an emotional upset in the marriage. But, you got to look at the heart line also to determine how the person will feel towards the event. When it curves upwards and crosses the flange o...

How To: Understand and find x and y intercepts

In this tutorial the author explains about the concept of X and Y intercepts in coordinate geometry. She uses a graph consisting of a line to explain the concept. She tells that Y intercept of a line is nothing but the value of Y coordinate where the line crosses the Y axis. Similarly she tells that X intercept is the x coordinate of the point where the line crosses the x axis. She demonstrates this example using a graph tool. In this video the tutor shows how to find the X intercept and Y in...

How To: Utilize the crossing over piano technique

Playing parts that require more than five fingers on the piano is one of the first challenges that beginning players must learn to overcome. This video by David from Piano Play It teaches us how to use the crossing over technique, in which one crosses their fingers over and under one another without moving the hand. This makes it much less challenging to play seven and eight finger melody and bass parts without leaving the hand out of position.

How To: Tie a Uni knot

In this video, you can learn how to tie a uni knot. He uses a snap-hook and a blue rope to demonstrates. He pulls the rope through the hook and makes a loop that crosses over the two pieces of rope. He pulls the rope through the hole six or eight times. Then pull on the hook to tighten the knot. When you pull the rope, the knot slides up to the hook. He explains that the uni knot can be used to loop a fishing line onto a hook or over a reel. It can also be used to tie two lines together makin...

How To: Tie a quick Rope Shackle

To tie a quick rope shackle, take a flat thread to make this knot. Take the thread and hold it in your hand fold it from right to left and hold it at the cross hold it once again catch both the crosses and fold it once again. Insert the send fold into the first hole and the third hole. Now pull the middle of the thread to make a tight. Pull the loose ends of the thread to make it tight. Now hold the two circular holes and insert a round stick or a bamboo stick and pull the loose ends of the t...

How To: Solve a Rubik's Cube in different ways

This how to video describes how to solve a Rubik's Cube by using a variety of methods. This is perfect for the puzzle solving game addict or anyone clueless about Rubik's Cube. The author observes different crosses and patterns on the Rubik's Cube and uses them to complete algorithms that solve the cube in lightning speed! Soon you will be able to solve a Rubik's Cube in under a minute just by watching this five minute video.

How To: String a tennis racket - O3

Want to know how to string an 03 tennis racket? The O3 is not that different from your standard tennis racket save for the fact that the O3 racket always starts at the top when you string it and secondly, when you get to the crosses at the regular grommets you ought to use a table lock during the tensing. It's a little time consuming but this is the best way of going about it.

How To: Perform the "rope through the neck" trick

This video starts off with a magician performing a trick that he will teach. You are going to need a length of rope or a scarf to do this trick. The rope or scarf should be about five feet long. Put the rope behind your head so the sides are hanging normally down your chest. You’ll want the rope that is on the left side hanging a little lower then the right. Reach with the right hand and grab the rope high on your chest. With the left hand grab the rope on the right side making sure your left...

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Mission 65

All Things Come to He Who Waits: After parting ways with Leonardo, break into the walled-off area to the northeast and trigger this mission via a waypoint on the parapet walk. After the cut scene, you need to trail a courier that zigs a zagging path through the city. Stay far enough behind him that he doesn't get curious, but also be sure to keep him in your sights. If he gets separated from you by a wall, a countdown timer hurries you to catch back up.

How To: Lose belly fat at home with a sit-up routine

To do basic crunches the lady is lying on her back with her knees bent and feet on floor about a foot apart. Fingers are spread under her neck and head. She raises her chest and shoulders looking up and back down to the floor slowly, 14 times. Now, the left feet crosses over the right knee which is still down on the floor and shoulder to the opposite knee with a small range of motion 14 times. She reverses doing the same thing with opposite leg and opposite shoulder. Now, arms are extended un...

How To: Create purple glitter with butterflies acrylic nails

In this tutorial, we learn how to create purple glitter with butterflies acrylic nails. To start, you will apply purple glitter acrylic to the top of the nail. After this, you will let the nail polish dry and then paint on four dots on the middle of the nail where it crosses into the clear part of the nail on the bottom. After this, paint on a butterfly to the corner of the nail or apply a butterfly applique. When this is finished adhering, you will be able to paint on the clear gloss to the ...

How To: Tie a necktie into a bow tie

In this tutorial, we learn how to tie a necktie into a bow tie. First, place the tie around the neck so both sides are hanging down. Next, pull the thicker side up and the skinny side down. Then, cross both sides over and flip the large side over so it crosses above. Then, take the large side and flip it in, so it looks like the smaller side. Rill this up to the neck, then bring the other side around and tie it through the middle. Once you do this, pull the smaller side out and you will have ...

How To: Interpret the heart and head line on your palm

In this video, Peter John teaches us how to palm read the heart and head line on the palm. When you see the heart line come across the mounds of Jupiter, you will be able to tell if someone is going to be wealthy. If the heart line is broken up, this shows the person has extra emotions. The heart line going towards the mounds of Jupiter is someone who is looking for a perfect mate to be with. When the heart line crosses and goes between the first and second person, it means that this person i...

How To: Make a simple loop using eye pins

Artbeads demonstrates how to make a simple loop using eye pins. Simple loops on head pins or eye pins are great ways to attach charms to your jewelry. To make a simple loop use chain nose pliers to make a 90 degree bend in the pin above the bead. Then, cut the wire so that there is a 3/4 inch tail on the wire. With round nose pliers, create a loop on the end of the wire. Use chain nose pliers to open and close the loop to attach it to a chain or clasp. You can also make a loop by using the ro...

How To: Approach a girl at a street fair

While at a stand at a market, walk over to where the girls are and make your presence. You can do this by talking to the guy behind the counter. Engage the women in what they're doing, for example if they're smelling candles, pick up a candle, smell it, and ask what they think of it. This opens up into a conversation. Make sure you take control and always smile. Don't be discouraged if a girl doesn't talk much or crosses her arms. Chances are they're just nervous and not shutting you down. Re...

How To: Perform advanced stretching techniques

The video first opens up with a muscular man standing in a well lit weight room. He begins with a quick description explaining how he will be performing the stretches and then begins to do so. He swings his leg back behind him and bends it and pulls it up to his behind, he continues to do so for some time. Next he brings the same leg forward and stretches it over his other knee. After that, he bends over and exhales and touches his toes. He then gets a foam pillow and stretches his legs out c...

How To: Macrame your hemp jewelry

Rayann shows us techniques to make macrame designs using hemp for the creation of fun, interesting jewelry designs. She shows us four techniques. First she introduces us to the half-knot using four strands of hemp. The right-hand strand is brought across the others in the shape of a backwards four, while the left-hand strand is brought behind the others and through the loop created. A series of half knots will result in a spiral design along the length of the jewelry.

How To: Tape an ankle with a basketweave job

This wrap is intended to support and stabilize the ankle joint. Supplies needed include a 1 - ½'' – 2'' adhesive tape, pre-wrap, and heel and lace pads. Apply heel and lace pads at high friction areas, including the distal aspect of the Achilles tendon, and the dorsal aspect of the ankle joint. Apply under-wrap to secure them in place. It is critical that the foot remains at a ninety degree angle for this portion of the procedure. Apply an adhesive tape anchor strip at the lower leg, approxim...

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