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Exercise Physiology

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  • First Times Ride: Honda CRF250L dual sport does it right

    First Times Ride: Honda CRF250L dual sport does it right
    The dual-sport market continues to be a growth sector for the motorcycle industry. The CRF250L is Honda's latest attempt to create market dominance in this sector as it has in others. The company has fielded a very able bike. The CRF250L -- Honda's...
  • Part of 5 freeway to reopen, but tanker fire caused major damage

    Part of 5 freeway to reopen, but tanker fire caused major damage
    Caltrans announced that two lanes of the northbound 5 Freeway will reopen later this afternoon for the first time since a tanker truck fire at the freeway’s junction with the 2 Freeway on Saturday. But officials said they are still not sure when...
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  • 10 things you might not know about sweat

    10 things you might not know about sweat
    It's finally been warm around here. So let's soak up these facts about sweat: 1 Human sweat is odorless. The eccrine and apocrine glands' emissions do, however, provide the perfect home for bacteria to grow and thrive — and that's where the...
  • Jimmy Fallon gives Brian Williams some 'Good Vibrations'

    Jimmy Fallon gives Brian Williams some 'Good Vibrations'
    Jimmy Fallon is making Brian Williams rap again. The "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" host has had his editors cut together clips of Williams delivering the "NBC Nightly News" to make it appear he was rapping Dr. Dre's "Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang," N.W.A.'...
  • Kristin Chenoweth teaches Anthony Weiner how to be 'Popular'

    Kristin Chenoweth teaches Anthony Weiner how to be 'Popular'
    Since his “Carlos Danger” alter-ego emerged a week ago, wannabe New York mayor Anthony Weiner has once again become late night’s favorite punching bag. Now, even Kristin Chenoweth is joining in the pile-on. Tuesday on “The...
  • 'Arrow' meets Flash: Producers reveal tidbits about how it'll happen

    'Arrow' meets Flash: Producers reveal tidbits about how it'll happen
    After a season of keeping their superhero action grounded and (relatively) realistic, the producers of "Arrow" are set to give the series a super-powered boost with the introduction of the lightning-quick hero the Flash. The character's introduction...
  • New machines shake things up at Crescenta-Cañada YMCA

    New machines shake things up at Crescenta-Cañada YMCA
    The Crescenta-Cañada YMCA is helping its members shake up their workout routines with the purchase of eight whole-body vibration machines said to improve muscle tone, balance and coordination. About 100 people headed to the Y on Tuesday to try out the...
  • Fallon and Robin Thicke do 'Blurred Lines' with classroom instruments

    Fallon and Robin Thicke do 'Blurred Lines' with classroom instruments
    Jimmy Fallon, The Roots and Robin Thicke have teamed up for a classroom-instrument version of this summer’s most ubiquitous hit, “Blurred Lines.” The “Late Night” clip above may not have the scantily clad young women who&...
  • Review: Stevie Wonder caps grand night of Los Angeles music downtown

    Review: Stevie Wonder caps grand night of Los Angeles music downtown
    Like the nebulous boundaries of Los Angeles itself, encircling the city's musical sound can be tricky business. There are the vibrations of surf and mariachi music, the crawl of Compton G-funk and laid-back '50s cool jazz, Mexican boleros and the ladies...