Best Kindle 2020: which Amazon ereader should you buy?

For those who’re on the lookout for the most effective Kindle your selection seems pretty easy. There are solely three fashions on sale from Amazon: Kindle, Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Oasis. Straightforward, proper? Not fairly. Issues are barely extra sophisticated with completely different colors, storage volumes, Wi-Fi and mobile variations and completely different costs whether or not you need adverts on the lockscreen or not. All Kindles now have a backlight however not all are waterproof, and also you’ll…

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Local bicycle stores seeing increase in demand

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) — Cyclists love to pick up the pace on the trails and streets. Many people around the Valley commute on bikes instead of cars. “There’s a sense of freedom and there’s the wind across your face,” says Paul Gong. But many more riders have re-discovered the joy of riding a bike. Places like Steven’s Bicycles in Clovis have enjoyed a surprising surge in demand. They’ve had trouble keeping bikes on the rack. Instead of the usual…

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A Home Gym Setup That’ll Help You Ease Back Into A Fitness Routine

You should work out. You know it, I know it, they know it. Going to the gym isn’t always practical for time or distance reasons, and while walking and/or jogging is basically free, it’s not always the most pleasant activity if it’s bucketing down rain outside. That’s where a home gym comes into its own. We’ve previously looked at how you can turn limited spaces into home gyms or alternatively how to transform your garage into a home workout…

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I’ve missed you, too – Henley Standard

A WOMAN who was seriously injured in a riding accident has been reunited with her horse after spending almost a month in a coma. Paramedics feared Anna Tomson would not survive after being crushed beneath Berry on a bridleway off Deadmans Lane, near Goring Heath, on May 17. She suffered multiple internal injuries when the four-year-old reared up and toppled backwards after being spooked by a group of off-road motorcyclists who roared out of the woods a short distance…

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‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ Was Ahead of Its Time With An Episode Th…

Known for its extremely catchy theme song and introduction of Will Smith to the world, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is one of the most influential sitcoms of all-time. The show ran for six seasons on NBC, and is now a popular program in syndication. While it is generally remembered for its comedic style, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air also featured many episodes that deftly dealt with many social issues. One of these episodes was an examination of gender roles…

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Britain’s looming bike shortage: why you should buy your next bike now…

We’ve all seen headlines about Britain’s bike shops running out of stock as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and stories of waiting lists for repairs and new supplies, but is it really difficult to buy the new model you’ve been lusting after?  As usual in matters of commerce, it’s a question of supply and demand, and both have been affected by COVID-19. Let’s flip things around and look at demand first…. Quick note before we start A lot…

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Best smart bikes: Dedicated smart turbo trainer bikes that are more th…

We were inspired to offer this roundup of the best smart trainer bikes by the recent phenomenon that’s seen indoor training evolve from the most universally hated thing in cycling, to one of its fastest-growing sectors. This is a phenomenon that’s largely due to the rise of the innovation found in today’s best turbo trainers.  Long gone are the days of the Computrainer that was locked into its own software, now there are smart turbo trainers across a range…

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‘More than physical health’: Gym helps 91-year-old battle isolation – …

MONROVIA, Calif. – Most mornings, like clockwork, you could find Art Ballard pumping iron. At least five days a week, he drove to Foothill Gym, where he beat on the punching bag, rode a stationary bike and worked his abs. After he joined the gym five years ago, he dropped 20 pounds, improved his balance and made friends. At 91, he’s still spry and doesn’t take any medication other than an occasional Tylenol for aches and pains. “Doctors love…

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6 Lifestyle Changes To Help Manage Rheumatoid Arthritis

Joint pain can disrupt your entire life, as the estimated 1.3 million Americans living with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) can attest. This condition—which is two to three times more common in women—can make almost any activity difficult, says Susan M. Goodman, MD, a rheumatologist at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City. With RA, the immune system attacks healthy cells, mostly in the small and large joints. (Think: The shoulders, elbows, hips, knees, ankles, wrist, thumbs, etc.) As…

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I bought a cheap, DIY Peloton. It’s good, but not the real thing.

It’s relatively cheap. • It doesn’t take up too much space. • The ride is relatively smooth. • Paired with the Peloton digital membership • you’ll get a great workout. It doesn’t have all the stats and feedback you’ll get with a real Peloton. • The ride isn’t as good as super-expensive alternatives. A DIY Peloton set-up with a Cyclace bike and a few accessories is a really solid alternative to the real deal. It’s tough to remain active…

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