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slosh balls are an amazing stability training tool. mimicking atlas stones and strongman lifting with the added instability of water and the safety of a soft outer
28 Jan 2010
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Just me and a few friends playing slosh ball thought i add some funny stuff to the video
13 Mar 2012
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Drunktard retrieving the intoxication while jaywalking on the road. Vodka got him sloshed and finally let him fall by face yay.
16 Apr 2019
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Keg training can be extremely demanding. With the water sloshing around inside the keg you quickly intensify the difficulty of the movement. Check out the variations Zach uses for Keg training to develop full body strength, high octane conditioning and mental toughness. There is NO quitting when you battle against these heavy water filled kegs! . . .
1 Nov 2008
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Keg training can be extremely demanding. With the water sloshing around inside the keg you quickly intensify the difficulty of the movement. Check out the variations Zach uses for Keg training to develop full body strength, high octane conditioning and mental toughness. There is NO quitting when you battle against these heavy water filled kegs! . . .
22 Oct 2008
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Airs Tuesdays at 9pm/8c on HISTORY. On alien planets, they rain from the sky as scalding iron. On distant moons, even at hundreds of degrees below zero, they slosh around in pristine lakes of methane. They can cover entire planets in miles-deep oceans of electrified hydrogen metal. Or erupt on alien worlds through miles-high geysers. They churn in the interiors of dead stars and even our own planet. They're so rare in the universe, they almost don't exist, but these are the magical liquids of our Liquid Universe. Visit the official fan page at *******facebook****/TheUniverse, follow HISTORY on Twitter at *******twitter****/History_Daily and visit the official website at *******history****/theuniverse.
20 Oct 2009
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Sorry i'm just getting this post up! I've been fighting my computer for the past few days. Well i met up with Austin,Eric and Stephen again to show their makeshift fitness routine. They were taking it easy on my the first time...because this workout was a true street fight! Based off the calorie computer Stephen (red shirt) was wearing it's a 1700-2000 calorie routine! This video of course only shows you the gist of the workout because we do 3-4 sets of each exercise and i'm pretty sure you don't want to watch that over and over. Check out some of the hilarious names of the painful workout..haha - American Idols - Driveway Skanks - Granny shots - Rise and Shines - Wiggles - Princess and Jennifer ( 14 foot slosh tubes) and much more!
9 Jun 2010
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Consider The Downtown Struts to be required listening for anyone who needs a lesson on rock and roll. Their songs are fast, simple, and rebellious... just the way your parents can't stand.When The Downtown Struts took the stage at the Vogue, it was like a gang taking back their turf. Beer was sloshing and fists were pumping as the crowd full of punk rock zealots worked themselves into a frenzy of chorus-shouting mayhem and dancing. MONKEYEATSMONKEY PRESENTSThe Downtown Struts - Teenage Nightmare6.04.10The VogueIndianapolis
12 Jun 2010
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WIN a Riverford Cook Book by entering the competition here: *******www.riverford******/pages/cookbook/ Ingredients: 3 cloves garlic, crushed 3 tbsp fennel seeds, ground 3 tbsp parsley, chopped 3 tbsp olive oil 1 kilo lamb shoulder, trimmed and cut in to large 5-6cm chunks (leg can be used) 1tsp salt 700mls milk 200mls double cream 1 tbsp chopped fennel tops/wild fennel or dill ground black pepper Mix together the fennel seeds, parsley and garlic. Heat the olive oil in a large pan and throw in half the lamb, turning it until you've browned it on all sides. Take the lamb out of the pot and turn the heat right down. Toss in the fennel seeds, parsley and garlic. Cook gently so it doesn't colour. Add the uncooked lamb to the pan and brown it in the fennel paste. Throw the rest of lamb back into the pan with it's juices, salt well and slosh in a little milk. Use the milk to dislodge anything tasty that has stuck to the sides. Pour in the rest of the milk and cream, turn the heat down to a very gentle simmer, cover with a kitchen towel and leave to cook for 1 -- 1 ½ hours. When the lamb is soft and tender take it out and put it to one side. Turn the heat up and reduce the juices until they've thickened a little. Pop the lamb back in the pan, season and sprinkle with fresh chopped fennel or dill. Enjoy.
21 Jun 2011
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Official iPad App Web Site: *******www.crazymikesapps****  Download: ******* Cost: $0.99 Category: Games Developer:  Disney Size: 19.8 MB Rating: 4.5 out of 5 CrazyMikesapps Heads Store: iTunes App Store,  iPad App Review, by CrazyMike, *******www.crazymikesapps****. For more awesome iPhone, iPad, Android, and Mac video app reviews and demos check out our YouTube channels:  ***********/crazymikesapps - iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac ***********/mikevallez     - Android  Where's My Water? iPhone App Details Title: Where's My Water? Price: $0.99 Size: 19.8 MB Levels: 80 (+ more in updates free) Category: Games Developer: Disney Store:  iTunes App Store *******www.crazymikesapps****  ******* Follow Us on Twitter ******* Like Us on Facebook ******* Watch Us on YouTube ******* Download Us on iTunes ******* Get our app here   Additional app details from developer: SWAMPY IS #1 – THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! INTRODUCING SWAMPY IN WHERE’S MY WATER? — THE NEW DISNEY APP FROM THE CREATORS OF JELLYCAR! An urban myth inspires this fun-filled game as you help guide water to Swampy the Alligator’s bathtub. Swampy lives under the city and yearns for a more human-like existence. He is especially fond of cleanliness. The other alligators do not take kindly to Swampy’s eccentricities and have conspired to sabotage his water supply. Where’s My Water? is a challenging physics-based puzzler complete with Retina display graphics, Multi-Touch controls, and an amazing soundtrack. To be successful, you need to be clever and keep an eye out for algae, toxic ooze, triggers, and traps. • 80 CHALLENGING PUZZLES INCLUDING FREE UPDATES! The fun is just beginning. Swampy’s pipes are broken and it is up to you to get the water flowing again through four themed chapters, each with 20 challenging levels. Keep playing! New chapters are included in free updates. • MEET SWAMPY! The story of Swampy unfolds as you play. He’s cute, he’s funny, he just wants to take a bath with his beloved rubber ducky. Richly detailed graphics and animation bring Swampy and his subterranean world to life. • AMAZING LIFE-LIKE WATER PHYSICS Go with the flow! From the designer of JellyCar’s squishy world comes flawlessly fluid physics. Swipe, slosh, and splash to guide water through increasingly challenging scenarios. • SPECIAL BONUSES AND SURPRISES Collect Swampy’s shower items to unlock bonus levels. Look for rubber duckies and tap around for even more surprises! Every drop counts in Where’s My Water? — A refreshing new puzzler filled with good clean gaming fun! What's new Where’s My Water is Game of the Week! Thanks for playing and helping Swampy! Stay tuned for updates including more levels and more of Swampy’s adventures!
16 Nov 2011
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Bathroom Cleaning Tips: How To Clean A Bath Despite what students may think, baths are not self cleaning. Here is how to remove nasty rings. Everyday, get in the habit of wiping down the bath after each use and limescale won't have the chance to build up. Plastic or acrylic baths scratch easily, so steer away from abrasive cleaners. A gentle wipe over with a mild bathroom cleaner and a soft cloth should be enough. If you find yourself with a particularly dirty bath, try filling it with warm water, chucking in a scoop or two biological washing powder and leaving overnight. Enameled baths are slightly tougher than acrylic but are not totally scratch proof either, so leave the scrubbing brush alone. Stains on the enamel can be treated with a paste of bicarbonate of soda and a drop of warm water. See below for limescale treatments. Cast iron baths, take great care with these. Always test new products on an inconspicuous area before sloshing it all over. Avoid products with anti-limescale ingredients as they may cause the enamel to dull. Instead, remove limescale with a solution of half vinegar, half water and apply with a soft cloth to the area of limescale, avoiding other parts of the enamel. For a professional cleaning service in the UK, contact Nationwide Cleaners at *******www.nationwidecleaners******
24 Dec 2011
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