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How To: Practice proper squat exercises

Squats are an important part of working out and fitness in general. This fitness HowTo video tutorial shows you the proper way to do squats at home or in the gym. Begin the squats by sitting on a bench, placing your feet in a squating position, stand up and sit back down. Keep watching to learn more about proper form for doing squats on a bench.

How To: Practice a proper up-right push up

Up-right push ups are an important part of working out. This fitness HowTo video tutorial shows you the proper way to do them on a bar or on the wall. Begin the up-right push up by placing your hands should width apart in front of you, feet back and on your toes, keep the body straight and lower yourself keeping your elbows out. Keep watching to learn more about proper form for doing up right push ups.

How To: Do proper step ups for working out

Step ups are an important part of working out. This fitness HowTo video tutorial shows you the proper way to do them. Begin the step ups by placing your foot on the step, push up with the heal of the front leg and bring yourself up and right back down. Keep watching to learn more about proper form for doing step ups.

How To: Practice proper lunge posture

Lunges are an important part of weight lifting and fitness in general. This fitness HowTo video tutorial shows you the proper way to do lunges. Begin the lunge by having taking a nice big step in front of you, finding your balance and with your weight on the heal of your front leg begin to lower yourself. Keep watching to learn more about proper form for doing lunges.

How To: Practice proper barbell squat posture

Barbell squats are an important part of weight lifting. This weights HowTo video tutorial shows you the proper way to do a barbell squat. Begin the squat by having your feet shoulder width apart, toes pointed outward and the barbell right below your neck. Keep watching to learn more about proper form for weight lifting.

How To: Insert a proper PICC line into your patient

PICC stands for a peripherally inserted central catheter, and is usually inserted somewhere in your patient's uppper arm, giving access to the larger veins in the chest region. PICC lines are often desirable because they are the least risky way of giving central access to the veins near the heart, especially when your patient will need to have one for an extended period of time. This tutorial shows you everything you'll need to know about how to properly and safely insert a PICC line into you...

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: 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: 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...

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: Take a good candid photograph

In this video, we learn how to take a good candid photograph. If you've ever noticed that when you have your picture taken by a stranger it just never comes out, this video is for you! When you hare having a candid photo taken, first make sure that your camera is set on the proper setting. This will help make sure the lighting comes out and everyone in the picture is seen. After this, you will want to ask the person to take a picture at an angle, so you get a good side on everyone. After this...

How To: Do an ROTC/US Military-style push-up

The Georgetown Army ROTC program first describes the benefits, and then demonstrates a proper army pushup to standard. Pushups are common in the army, they increase the strength and endurance of your chest, shoulders, and triceps muscle. The push up is also a part of the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT). In order to be contracted and received scholarship benefits male cadets in the age range of 17 - 21 must perform 43 pushups while female cadets in the same age range must perform 19 pushups.

How To: Make a proper Mojito

Scouring over the Internet for a Mojito recipe for your next get together? Well look no further! Here is a two minute tutorial on how to make a proper Mojito. Ingredients you will need: rum, limes, sugar, crushed ice, soda water or lemonade, and a handful of fresh mint leaves. Be prepared to be pleased!

How To: Palm read and interpret your right hand

In this video, Peter John teaches us how to palm read the right hand and changes. The square hand is usually the practical side of the person. Where the thumb comes out from the side of the hand shows a person of extravagance. When the thumb is closer to the hand it shows a person who clings or holds onto their money. A line underneath the pointer finger means the person is going to go into business. A line coming out from underneath that means someone who controls their emotions and can make...

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: Not stay too available when playing hard to get

In this tutorial, we learn how to play hard to get while dating. Remember not to be too available and accommodating, because it will not create a challenge for the other person. When someone is too available, it often makes the other person feel smothered. Some early relationships don't turn into something more because both people are playing games and not taking the relationship serious. Make sure not to give your whole person to someone in the first few days, because this can overwhelm the ...

How To: Use Picasa's face recognition feature

In order to use Picasa's face recognition feature double click on an image that you would like to edit. It will automatically identify each person. Then label the first person that it identifies. Then hit the enter key, and click on the new person button then click on the okay button. Now go back to your library and on the left hand side of your library you should see the label that you made for your first photo. Click on that label and Picasa will automatically find all of the photos that th...

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: Read the left hand in palm reading

Sugarray844 teaches you how to read the left hand in palm reading. The left hand can tell you what that person inherits from his or her family. You look at the lines, the size of the fingers and the strength of the thumb. If the thumb is strong, this means that person has strong logic. The head line is separated from the life line, which means independence in the way of thinking. The hear line is curved, which shows a break in the beginning and a good emotional side to the person. This also m...

How To: Get over a big break-up

This video shows “How to get over a big break up”. Even if you are in love with the other person, you have to remember that they might not be in love with you. What may help you is to write a list of all the bad things about that person, for example the things that didn't satisfy you in the relationship. You could make some changes in your life, remove the things that remind you of the other person. You could take the things that remind you of that other person, and write a negative memory on...

How To: Make someone fly in After effects

CathyDirector teaches you how to make someone fly using After Effects. You will need two clips: one with the background and one with the background and the person walking or running. To have the same type of footage, use a tripod for stabilization. Duplicate the second layer and go to frames and cut the frame in which the person is in the air jumping. Use the mask tool to create a contour of that person. Add radial blur at the time he is still close to the ground and some sound effects. Next,...

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: Practice proper breathing for pilates

Proper breathing is a very important part of Pilates exercise. Many Pilates exercises are taught with specific instructions on how to use the breath with them. Often in our daily lives our breath becomes very shallow, most people only breathe into the upper part of the chest. Watch this pilates how to video to learn proper breathing techniques.

How To: Pour wine and champagne to their proper levels

The art drink pouring is something every bartender has mastered. But bartenders aren't the only ones required to have that perfect pouring touch. Caterers, waiters and waitresses need to know the precision of the pour when it comes time for refills. Check this video out to learn the proper levels for pouring champagne, red wine and white wine into their respective glassware.

How To: Write a proper thesis statement with Jennifer Mensink

The key to a great essay or dissertation is a strong thesis. In this two part tutorial from teacher Jennifer Mensink, learn exactly what a thesis is, why it is important and how to craft the perfect one. This video lesson will cover everything including an anticipation set, input and an assessment. Jennifer teaches as though you are her only student, and you will love listening to her step by step breakdown. So, get ready for finals with this refresher course on thesis statements.

How To: Fit your bike correctly

Jessi Stensland, professional triathlete, explains how selecting the right bike can mean the difference between a comfortable ride and possible neck, back, knee or shoulder pains. Stensland first takes us through finding the right bike size with charts such as those available on Schwinn bikes. After the right size is determined, riders should determine the proper fit by adjusting their bike's handlebars and seat. Lastly, Stensland instructs bike riders on how to choose the proper saddle.

How To: Have proper rowing technique

Check out this instructional rowing video that demonstrates how to have proper rowing technique. This video covers the basics of the rowing stroke. Rowing for sport is an art that takes technique. Learn facts and skills for competitive rowing in this rowing video.