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How To: Perfect running form for on hills

Check out this instructional cross country video that demonstrates how to perfect your running form on hills. Running uphill and downhill is certainly a fine art. Just follow the tips to improve your up and downhill running form (remember to maintain form on gradual hills): land on balls of feet, take shorter strides, arm carriage tighter, keep chin slightly down, stand tall through chest; don't over-stride, pelvis tucked forward, lean slightly forward, chin down. Soon you'll be running faste...

How To: Moonwalk with a running man

Check out this dance video that demonstrates how to moonwalk. Learn this classic move made famous by Michael Jackson and practice your moonwalking skills with this video. This video also explains how to combine the moonwalk to the running man. Soon you'll be able to do the Moon walk and running man like a pro. Practice, practice, practice!

How To: Perform the hit and run magic card trick

Check out this instructional magic trick video to learn how to perform the hit and run card trick. All you need is a pair of regular bicycle playing cards. Learn how to do the hit and run card trick with this tutorial and impress your friends. Soon you'll be performing more advanced magic tricks before a grand audience.

How To: Run Windows on a Mac using Boot Camp

Need to access Windows XP or Vista? Have programs that only run on Windows, but love your MAC. Ya, we get it and agree. Run Windows and OSX on the same computer using Bootcamp, Parallels or other software. You can run simultaneously or separately depending on your needs. Parallels and simultaneous boot of both OS will drain your RAM so make sure you upgrade memory before endeavoring. Learn how to use Boot Camp in Mac OS X to set up a drive partition to allow you to run Mac OS and Windows on y...

How To: Hack Software & Run a Trial Program Forever

With this video tutorial, you'll learn how to hack demo versions of applications such that they'll run indefinitely. You'll just need to modify the date and time on your computer. Learn how to use trials of programs without them ever expiring instead of buying the real thing with the hack outlined in this how-to video.

How To: Do a wet foot fit test to fit shoes

This video demonstrates how to do a wet foot test and how to choose running shoes with the results of a wet foot test. The wet foot test is simple. Get your foot wet and place it on a piece of heavy duty paper which will create a foot print. The foot print shows what type of arch you have. There are three types of arches: high, medium and low. High arches require a lot of cushion for running. Medium arches require a reasonable amount of cushion for running. Individuals with low arches or flat...

How To: Know if you have the underpronation gait pattern

When the foot does not roll inward enough after the outside of the heel hits the ground, this results in Underpronation. The act of underpronation is visually depicted by an individual running on a treadmill; as the runner slows down via slow motion, one can see that the excess pressure of the body is only bearing down on the outside edges of the person's feet, as the foot neglects to roll inward. One can tell if they are underpronating by checking their footwear (running shoes, etc.), to see...

How To: Follow along with cricket gameplay by learning the rules compared to baseball

Have you ever heard of cricket? No, we're not talking Jiminy Cricket or the wireless cell phone service provider. We're talking about CRICKET. The team sport, nicknamed "the gentleman's game," is the popular sport of choice in places like India, Australia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, England, Pakistan and Zimbabwe, though not America. But guess what? It's very similar to the American pastime we all love so much— baseball.

How To: Manage running services on your Android phone

With some mobile devices you can't be certain exactly what's running and it can be difficult to stop programs. Not true on your Android device. You can easily look at running services and stop them if desired. One of the salient advantages of a Google Android smartphone over, say, an Apple iPhone, is the inherent extendibility of the open-source Android mobile OS. There are a seemingly infinite number of settings to tweak and advanced features to discover and use. This free video tutorial, in...

How To: Do a blanket stitch

In this video tutorial, viewers will learn how to do a blanket stitch. Begin by threading your needle. Then put the needle through only one side. Now run the needle through the other side, at the same place. Run another one through the same place to bind the edge. Now run the needle through the top bound stitches. Now run the needle from behind and go through. Put the needle through the loop of the thread and pull it tight. Continue this for this rest of the stitching. This video will benefit...

How To: KNow if you have the normal pronation gait pattern

Normal pronation is when running your foot hits heel first, then toe, then pushing off with the inside of your toe. It is usually found in runners who have normal arches. This type of running ensures that all of your weight is moving forward with little wasted motion. At the end of your stride your forefoot should be slightly angled away from your body and when your foot lands there should be a very slight angle between your foot and leg. You can check the wear on your shoes to tell if you ha...

How To: Lace running shoes

Have you ever wondered what to do with the top holes on your running shoes? Our host shows the best technique for providing ankle support with the lacing on your running shoes. With this simple lacing trick you can help to protect your ankles, and give yourself much better support while running. Those holes aren't just there for decoration; they can help you, and our host shows us how with this one simple add-on to lacing your shoes.

How To: Jump higher and run faster using split squat jumps

There are a number of exercises you can do to improve your jumping and running. Start by standing with one leg forward and one leg back with both feet pointing forward. Keep the pressure on the heel of your front foot and position your back foot on its toes. Lower by bending your front knee and stop when your back knee almost touches the ground. Explode upwards extending both legs as you do. When landing try to remain balanced and return to the split squat position.

How To: Do interval training to run faster

In this video, we learn how to do interval training to run faster. When you do interval training, you will learn how to train your body to go to its maximum, giving you more energy and resistance to running faster. Interval training is simply doing a set time of maximum endurance exercises followed by several seconds of resting. You will continue this process for around 5 minutes and you're finished. As you continue doing this, you will build up your endurance and be able to run faster while ...

How To: Clean your espresso machine with citric acid

In this video, we learn how to clean your espresso machine with citric acid. First, mix the acid up with some water in a pouring cup. Then, pour this into the machine and run water through the machine to get the boiler filled up with the acid solution. Run it out the steam wand as well so it has a chance to get into all the pipes and valves. After you have done all the steps, run it out once more with just plain water to clean it out of the citric acid taste. Then, you will be able to run the...

How To: Enable the "Run" command in the start menu of Windows Vista

The "Run" command in Windows XP was a super handy tool for those above-average PC users, those who know all the shortcuts to navigating the system. But Windows Vista automatically removed the "Run" option from the start menu, and replace by "Search" instead. But don't worry, it's not gone forever. You can restore the "Run…" command with a little tweak to your Vista preferences. See how.

How To: Set startup programs in Windows XP

This video tutorial is in the Computers & Programming category which will show you how to set startup programs in Windows XP. To begin click on the start button and go to the 'run' command, type in 'msconfig' and click OK. On the next window click on the 'startup' tab and here you will see all the programs that can run when you start up your computer. Here you check the programs that you want to run at start up and uncheck the ones you don't want to run. Then click 'apply' and in the next win...

How To: Delete temporary internet files and cookies in IE 7

If your computer or web browser is running slowly, a good place to start clearing space is in your Temporary Internet Files. Temporary Internet files, as well as cookies, are collected every time you visit a site online. These files make it easier for your PC to remember your browsing history, and your log in information for various websites. However, sometimes all of these little files can add up into one big clog on your machine. If your computer isn't running up to par, follow along with t...

How To: Run multiple Windows operating systems simultaneously

If you want to run multiple windows operating systems at the same time you first need a Windows computer, the installation disk for the operating system you want to run, and Windows Virtual PC 2007. To install this, first type in Virtual PC 2007 to Google, go to the Microsoft link and download and install the program. Now, open the Virtual PC and click next on the wizard. Name your hard disk and click next until you choose where you want this at. Now your virtual hard drive is created. Now, p...

How To: Run a full checkdisk

If your computer is acting funky, you may need to run a full Checkdisk or chkdsk. Chkdsk is a program that is included with your Windows operating system and is meant to find and diagnose any potential problems with your PC. Check disk will find errors in your boot sector and fix them, as well as point out any issues you may not be able to normally see.

How To: Shuffle dance hardstyle

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do the shuffle dance. This video will teach users how to do the Running Man, the T, kicks and spins. To do the Running Man, pivot one foot back as you lift the other foot up. Then place the lifted foot down and push the other foot back further. It looks like a robotic way of walking. To do the T, pivot one foot from heel to toe as you continuously stomp n the floor with the other foot. To do kicks, it is the same concept as the Running Man, except ...

How To: Speed up Windows Vista in three steps

This video will show you how you can increase the speed that your Microsoft Windows Vista runs by using several different methods. You can disable the transparency function and go to a basic mode. Clearing disc space will also make your computer run faster. You can just run a disk clean up. Finally you will want to do a disk defragment your computer. If your computer is running a little slower than you’d like then try doing these three things and you should gain a little speed.

How To: Recover your PC if it freezes

Computers malfunction all the time in the form of freezing, crashing or by just not responding. This can happen due to various software reasons behind the comprehension of an average PC user. But by following some simple steps you can restore your computer some times. Your computer might not responding if there are lot of programs running simultaneously. This causes the available memory to be used up and there by causing your computer to not respond. In such case you can use you computer effe...

How To: Speed train for a marathon to improve time

Dave Campbell shares some tips to speed-train for marathon running. All runners should develop their speed-skills to enhance recovery and as well enhance efficiency. As a warm up, start an easy run, do some active stretches and drills like low-skip, high-knees, butt-kickers to emphasize different parts of the running form. You can also do short fast sprints to emphasize perfect form and technique. After an extensive warm up, you would run 800 at a prescribed pace and then jog a 400. Being abl...