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How To: Do barefoot water ski tricks

There are many advanced tricks for barefoot water skiing that anyone can learn. Get tips on how to learn more advanced tricks in this barefoot water skiing video tutorial. Take action: find a water ski school, learn basic barefoot water skiing, and start with beginning tricks. Paul, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, is a current member of the Canadian National Barefoot Water Skiing Team. He also teaches bare footing in Florida. He lives, eats, and breathes the sport. A nat...

How To: Do advanced barefoot water ski tricks

Once you can stand up and barefoot water ski, learn some basic tricks to impress your friends and family. Learn how to do basic barefoot water skiing tricks in this water sports video tutorial. Take action: learn one foot barefoot water skiing, keep feet and arms bent, and begin with slow and steady movements. Paul, the instructor of this how-to video, is a current member of the Canadian National Barefoot Water Skiing Team. He also teaches bare footing in Florida. He lives, eats, and breathes...

How To: Water ski barefoot with a handle

Getting up for barefoot water skiing with the handle is a great start for beginning water skiers. Learn how to get up on the handle for barefoot water skiing in this water sports video tutorial. Take action: keep feet crossed and take your time waiting until comfortable to pull up. Paul, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, is a current member of the Canadian National Barefoot Water Skiing Team. He also teaches bare footing in Florida. He lives, eats, and breathes the sport. ...

How To: Water ski barefoot

Getting up for barefoot water skiing is made much easier with a boom pole. Learn how to get to your feet with the help of a boat boom in this barefoot water skiing video tutorial. Take action: keep holding the boat boom, don't get on feet too fast, and stand into position slowly. Paul, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, is a current member of the Canadian National Barefoot Water Skiing Team. He also teaches bare footing in Florida. He lives, eats, and breathes the sport. A ...

How To: Move from slalom to barefoot waterskiing

Transferring from a slalom water ski to your bare feet can be difficult but is one good way of learning to barefoot ski. Learn how to transfer from a slalom ski in this barefoot water skiing video tutorial. Take action: keep toes lifted, move quickly, and put one foot on the water first. Paul, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, is a current member of the Canadian National Barefoot Water Skiing Team. He also teaches bare footing in Florida. He lives, eats, and breathes the s...

How To: Do soft sand trail running

Watch this instructional fitness video to learn how to do soft sand trail running. Soft sand trail running is for running on beaches, sand dunes and dirt trails. Soft sand running barefoot is good for the arch of your foot. This type of jogging is a healthy calf muscle exercise, but you should make sure you are doing it right.

How To: Make a endive pear salad with the Barefoot Contessa

After a visit to the fromagerie, Ina makes one of her favorite salads. Follow the Barefoot Contessa and learn how to prepare an edvine pear salad with a lemon vinaigrette. The ingredients you need for this recipe are: fromagerie, pears, walnuts, Champagne vinegar, dijon mustard, egg yolk, salt, pepper, olive oil, and lettuce leaves.

How To: Grill lemon herb shrimp with the Barefoot Contessa

In this video, learn how to grill up a fantastic dinner in no time. Ina Garten, the Barefoot Contessa, will show you how to make grilled lemon herb shrimp in this quick tutorial. This tangy shellfish dish is perfect for summer parties and cooks well outdoors. So, the next time you are spending the summer on the beach and need a fishy dish to complete your menu - give this one a try. You will not be disappointed! Enjoy!

How To: Blueberry crumb cake with the Barefoot Contessa

The Barefoot Contessa demonstrates how she makes Blueberry Crumb Cake. First, grease and flour the pan and set it aside. Put some soft butter into the mixer with some granulated sugar and beat until the mixture is light and fluffy. Add eggs, some lemon zest and sour cream. Next, sift together the flour, baking powder and baking soda. Add the dry ingredients slowly to the wet ingredients, being careful not to overbeat. Then stir in the blueberries and pour the batter into the prepared pan.

How To: Water ski on one ski

Learning to drop a water ski and go from two skis to one ski can be difficult. Learn how to switch from two water skis to one water ski in this water sports video tutorial. Take action: keep balanced, transfer weight smoothly, and keep toes touching water. Paul, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, is a current member of the Canadian National Barefoot Water Skiing Team. He also teaches bare footing in Florida. He lives, eats, and breathes the sport. A native of Toronto, Canad...

How To: Cross wakes on one water ski

Crossing boat wakes on one water ski can be very difficult and takes a lot of practice. Learn how to cross wakes on a slalom ski in this water skiing video lesson. Take action: keep balanced, avoid leaning to the side, allow rope to move you around wake, and avoid big bounces. Paul, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, is a current member of the Canadian National Barefoot Water Skiing Team. He also teaches bare footing in Florida. He lives, eats, and breathes the sport. A nat...

How To: Cross wake on water skis

Learning to cross the boat wake on water skis can be difficult and scary but is also very fun. Learn how to cross the wake on water skis in this water skiing video lesson. Take action: keep knees bent and arms straight, focus on boat, and pay attention to direction. Paul, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, is a current member of the Canadian National Barefoot Water Skiing Team. He also teaches bare footing in Florida. He lives, eats, and breathes the sport. A native of Toro...

How To: Stand up on water skis

Getting up on the water on water skis is difficult for first timers but can be very rewarding. Learn how to get up on water skis for the first time in this water skiing video lesson. Take Action: do not pull arms, keep knees bent and arms straight. Paul, the instructor of this how-to video from Live Strong, is a current member of the Canadian National Barefoot Water Skiing Team. He also teaches bare footing in Florida. He lives, eats, and breathes the sport. A native of Toronto, Canada, he is...

How To: Make a lemon cake with the Barefoot Contessa

Ina Garten, the Barefoot Contessa demonstrates how to make a lemon cake made with yogurt. She starts by sifting the fry ingredients together into a bowl. They include 1 1/12 cups flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder and 1/2 teaspoon of salt. She next takes 1 cup of whole milk yogurt and places it into another bowl and adds in 1 cup of sugar. Then she adds in three extra large eggs and half a teaspoon of vanilla extract. Next, she adds in 2 teaspoons of lemon zest. She whisks the wet ingredients t...

How To: Make chocolate ganache cupcakes with Ina Garten

Ina Garten, the Barefoot Contessa, shows how to make her chocolate ganache cupcakes. Put the butter and sugar into the mixer and mix until light and fluffy. Add the eggs one at a time, mixing after each. Next comes the “secret ingredient”, a can of chocolate syrup, then some vanilla, and finally the flour. Mix it well but don’t overbeat or the cake will be tough. Fill the muffin pans using an ice cream scoop, and bake at 325 for 25 to 30 minutes.

How To: Make chocolate truffles with Ina Garten

In this tutorial, Barefoot Contessa shows us how to make chocolate truffles at home. First, take a 1/2 cup of heavy cream and heat it up in a saucepan. Now, chop up bars of semi-sweet and bitter sweet chocolate (6 oz together) and put into a mixing bowl. Now, pour your warm cream into a strainer onto the chocolate. Stir the mixture until the chocolate melts the chocolate all the way. Now, add 1 1/2 tbsp of Frangelico liquer, 1 tbsp coffee and 1/2 tsp vanilla extract and stir. Chill this for a...

How To: Make chicken chili with Ina Garten

If you like chili then you will love this flavorful chicken chili made with Ina Garten also know as the Barefoot Contessa. Ina uses big chucks of really fresh ingredients to make her dishes great so when shopping for this recipe try to pick up fresh and colorful vegetables and herbs. Ina Garten gives you a great recipe for chicken chili. You'll be able to make this in no time! Ingredients: 1 chopped onion, 3 minced garlic cloves, 1 tsp vegetable oil, 1 pound ground chicken or turkey, 28 oz. c...

How To: Firewalk across hot coals

Check out this tutorial video to learn how to fire walk. Michael Shermer, publisher of Skeptic magazine and monthly columnist for Scientific American, tries his hand at firewalking barefoot across 1000-degree red hot coals and doesn't get burned. Dr. Shermer provides a scientific explanation for the mysterious phenomenon.

How To: Play beach volleyball

Batting a ball back and forth while you're barefoot on the beach is a fun way to get some exercise. Get started with these basic rules. Watch this video to learn how to play beach volleyball.

How To: 8 Essential Tips from the Queen of Foolproof Cooking

Cookbook author, celebrity chef, television personality, and former White House nuclear policy analyst Ina Garten is familiar to many as the queen of foolproof cooking. Also known as the Barefoot Contessa, Ina hones in on techniques and tips that make time in the kitchen far less intimidating to folks of all skill sets. We've rounded up 8 of Ina's most useful cooking tips to help you out—from dinner parties to everyday cooking. Her philosophy is that it's always easier than you think!

How To: Become a better runner with basic running techniques

First, as you run you need to maintain good breathing techniques. Therefore, it is important to look straight forward, not clench your jaw but keep it relaxed, and just breath in a natural manner, not worrying about whether you are breathing through your mouth, or nose, nor other respiratory concerns. It is important to remember "that your body naturally finds the most efficient and effect way to run." Consequently, you should let your body guide your style. Next, you need to maintain a good ...

How To: Avoid static electricity

Static electrical shock your worst nightmare? The clothes you choose, shoes you wear and even the things you touch might be the encouraging this natural phenomenon. If static shock is ruining your day then take some action.

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