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How To: Use a caliper to measure body fat on an average person

One of the best ways to monitor your diet is by measuring your body fat content. In this three part tutorial, learn how to measure body fat using a caliper. A caliper is a device used to pinch and measure the fat on your body. A caliper is cheap, fast and accurate and makes an excellent alternative to electronic devices. Check out this video and stay on top of your new workout regime - mind the scale and use the caliper to know what's muscle and what's excess.

How To: Infight the "shoe shine" in boxing

In this video we learn how to infight the "shoe shine" in boxing. The shoeshine is when you have two hands to the side of the body and are moving very quickly. This will make you a great fighter and will also create openings for you to throw good shots. The other person will have no alternative but to defend themselves from all the throws that you are shooting at them. While they are doing this, you can use it as an opening to hit the other person in the face or knock them out. Practice doing...

How To: Create a PowerPoint family tree

What a wonderful alternative use for a Powerpoint presentation. If you've got a lot of history and ancestry to share with your friends, then making a Powerpoint that each person can view from his/her computer is a nice way to organize and show off your stuff.

How To: Play slash chords on the piano

This video shows how to play the slash chords on the piano. The first step describes how to play the c chord with the right hand and how to play the Enote on the bass with the left hand. The person explains the C/E operations with both the hands is the second step. The third step explained is about Am/g notes. The person gives the final touch by words. The camera is focused on the piano chords and on the person as required. The person used both right hand and left hand to explain how to play ...

How To: Perform the "count on it" card trick

Andy in this video explains us how to perform the "count on it" card trick. First of all it involves with him taking a pack of cards. He asks the person who is about to witness the trick to take a certain amount of cards and asks the person to count the number. After the person has done it. He is asked to see the card corresponding to the count he has when Andy show him one by one. After the person is done with it there here comes the trick. Andy counts the card from one to king. That is coun...

How To: Cast polyester resin rings

In this instructional jewelry making video, learn the process of making rings out of clear polyester resin, a type of moldable plastic. This tutorial shows you everything from mold-making to embedments. Use this same technique to make RFID rings, which are clear plastic containing unique microchips useful for electronics projects where you want to identify a specific person wearing one. Thanks to Townsend Atelier for the sample of Knead-a-Mold, a welcomed (and much easier to work with) altern...

How To: Tandem paddle a kayak

In this how-to video, you will learn how to tandem paddle a kayak. First, try it with someone you will be paddling with before purchasing one. The person in the back has to copy the person in the front. For example, if the person in the front is paddling on the right, the back person has to paddle on the right. The back person has no right to yell at the person in the front when it comes to paddling. The back person will push the kayak into the water first and push off. If the kayak needs to ...

How To: Blur out a person's face in Final Cut Pro 7

In this clip, you'll learn how to blur out a person's identity with matte tracking in Final Cut Pro or Express. Whether you're new to Apple's Final Cut Pro non-linear video editor or just want to better acquaint yourself with the popular video editing program, you're sure to benefit from this video tutorial. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this tutorial.

How To: Deal with liking a girl who's in a broken relationship

If you're in a situation where you like a person in an abusive relationship, then most likely the person seems to be reluctant to get out of their relationship. The person most likely has self-worth issues. Until those self-worth issues are resolved, the person will never be happy with you or anyone else. Most often they feel that they don't deserve to be happy. Until that person feels that they deserve happiness, and want happiness with you, you can forget ever moving beyond the friend zone....

How To: Ask how a person is doing in perfect French

In this free video language lesson, you'll learn how to ask how a person's feeling in French: "Comment allez-vous?" While French isn't necessarily a very difficult language for an English-speaker to learn, many stumble when it comes to pronunciation. Fortunately, the Internet is awash in clips like this one, which make learning both vocabulary and proper pronunciation a very easy task.

How To: Slip stream while cycling

In this tutorial, we learn how to slip stream while cycling. The normal air flow around a single cyclist is broken at the front, then circles around the person and goes back to normal behind the person. While slip streaming behind another cyclist, your effort can be reduced up to 30%. To get the full effect, you will need to follow the other person very closely. You must be very careful and make sure you never hit their wheel. If there is a side wind, set to the side of the person by you so y...

How To: Interpret the squares on your palm

Peter John teaches us how to palm read: The squares on the palm in this tutorial, Squares come in all sizes all around the palm of the hand. If they come on the lifeline, this will mean that a person has a certain amount of protection in their life. If they have boxes that are overlapping, this will mean that a person is going to have a change in their life but they are going to be okay throughout it. The square is like the protection that surrounds the events that are going to happen in the ...

How To: Draw a person's face from the front

TVLessonDotCom teaches you how to draw a person's face from the front. Start with a basic oval shape. You can do this part in pencil and then erase it. Use a vertical cross line and a horizontal one. Add two more horizontal ones to break the face into sections: hairline, eyes, nose and mouth and then chin. The eyes are small oval shapes. You can also create a small circle in the middle and then eyebrows. Draw the nose next and then add the mouth. Everything must be in proportion, so the verti...

How To: Build confidence by remembering people's names

This video describes how build your confidence by remembering peoples' name. This Confidence Quickbite explains that a person's name is the sweetest sound to him/her and will make them feel special if you remember it. If you don't remember a person's name he/she may think that he/she is not important enough for you to care enough to remember. To remember names a simple trick is to say the name back to the person in conversation right after he/she tells you it. Then try to think of anybody els...

How To: Delete a friend on Facebook

First add a person as a friend by sending him a request. 1. Open your Facebook account, select friends. Now in the option search for people, give my name and press enter. Now a list is displayed, select add as friend and send a request.

How To: Build confidence against pickle pusses and poker faces

Craving Confidence with Patricia Stark explains how to build confidence against pickle pusses and poker faces. First, don't judge a book by its cover because when a person is IN DEEP THOUGHT or listening intently, their facial expressions can be misleading. Some people, when they adopt a neutral face, can look downright intimidating. The person maybe be in the middle of a mental exit and be someplace else in their mind. You can bring the person back into the moment by asking them a question o...

How To: Pick someone up in a bar

Think your stunning good looks are all the charm you need? Maybe, but having a plan of action doesn’t hurt. Learn how to pick someone up in a bar with this how to video. The dating world can be tough, so pay attention.

How To: Open a bottle using a CD or DVD

Have you ever seen someone open a champagne bottle with a sword? It's pretty impressive. If you're more of a beer-and-CD person than a champagne-saber person, you can do something almost equally impressive and very similar in technique by opening a beer bottle with a CD or DVD, and this video will show you how to do it.

How To: Get a restraining order

If you believe there is a person out there who is threatening your life or has even made a threat against you already, you might want to file a restraining order against that person. This video will teach you the criteria you need for a restraining order and how to go about getting one.

How To: Give a good, personalized head massage

Head massages are great releases after a long day. They are easy to learn and easy to give once you know how. When giving a head massage, it's important to remember that personal preference for the amount of pressure used varies greatly from person to person. Learn about giving a good head massage with help from Gretchen Rivas, a massage therapist from Relax Wilmington in Wilmington, NC. Learn these professional secrets from a masseuse in one of America's loveliest cities.

How To: Change a person's hair color in Photoshop

Photoshopuniverse will show you how to change a person's hair color in PhotoShop. You can achieve this by using hue and saturation adjustment layers and set to colorize. Set the saturation to about 50%. Go back to the background layer and select the color range select parts of the hair color, select the parts of the hair you want to change and with the eye dropper click it. Once the selection is made invert the selection the color will change. You can now change the hue to make it what you want.

How To: Use iChat in Mac OS X

In this video we learn how to use iChat in Mac OS X. He explains to us that iChat allows us to chat with any person on our buddy list. He explains clearly about icons next to a person's name such as a camera which shows you can have a video chat with that person. Next he explains how to change your status, such as, whether you are available to chat or not. He then goes on to explain how to create your own buddy icon which is what people will see when they are chatting with you. You can create...

How To: Teletransport people in photos in Photoshop

This video tutorial by photoshopuniverse, is to tele-transport people in photos using Photoshop. For this you will need two photos, one with a person and another of a suitable scene. Select the image with the person and extract the person using the extract tool by marking the edges. Make sure to change the brush size so that you can mark the edges with a bit of the border to be included and a bit of the outside to be excluded. Fill in the retaining area and extract the image. Using the move t...

How To: Use the imperfect or past subjunctive in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to use the imperfect or past subjunctive in Spanish. When you are speaking in first person, you are going to use the singular "yo". If you are speaking in plurals, you will us "os", such as "nosotros". For second person familiar, you will use "tu", then for second person formal you would say "usted". For third person, you will say "el". When you talk in second person familiar and formal you will stress the second syllable in the word. Dissect the sentence to find o...

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