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Americans love their sports, but not all sports get the love and attention they deserve. That’s why USA Curling and Cheetos, one of the flagship brands from PepsiCo’s Frito-Lay division and makers of new, limited-edition Cheetos Winter White Cheddar Curls, are teaming up to dance - and curl - their way into America’s hearts. Cheetos tapped musical sensation Todrick Hall and pro football friends Vernon Davis and LaDainian Tomlinson to create a new dance move, “The Curl.” The dance is designed to win support for the unsung heroes of the sheet (that’s the ice for curling newbies) leading up to USA Curling’s big competition this February. The music video, “Teach Me How to Curl,” is available now on Todrick’s and Cheetos’ social channels. To view the multimedia release go to: https://www.multivu.com/players/English/8248751-cheetos-curling-todrick-hall-vernon-davis-ladainian-tomlinson/
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Added: 1678 days ago by MultiVuVideos
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http://fitnessweightlosscenter.com - Standing Barbell Curls - Biceps Workout - A fantastic exercise for isolating the biceps muscles. Everyone wants to show off their guns and the standing barbell curl is a great way to pump up your biceps. As with all exercises to get the maximum results you need to perform the exercise correctly. The single biggest mistake people make when performing the standing barbell curl is swinging the body back. This defeats the whole purpose of the exercise which is to isolate the biceps muscle. Your body should remain fixed and only the biceps muscles used to lift the weight. If you can't lift the weight without swinging your body back then you need to use less weight until you can effectively perform the exercise. Another mistake people make is not keeping your elbows tucked into your sides. You should not let your elbows leave your side. Again, we are going for the isolation of the biceps and you do not want to use any other muscles or movements to lift the weight. The third most common mistake when performing the standing barbell curl is to drop the weight too quickly. To maximize the effectiveness of the exercise you need to slowly lower the weight back to the starting position. If you can't lower the weight slowly you need to reduce the weight until you can. By isolating the biceps on the way up and on the way down you will get amazing results with the standing barbell curl. For more info drop by our YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/FitnessWeightLossCtr or visit us on the web at http://fitnessweightlosscenter.com and find us on Facebook at http://facebook.com/fitnessweightlosscenter
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Added: 3766 days ago by dfmillington
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http://fitnessweightlosscenter.com - One Arm Preacher Curls | Bicep Workouts - One of the easiest exercises to get people excited about, especially guys, is bicep exercises. All guys want bigger arms and the one arm preacher curl is a fantastic exercise that isolates the bicep muscle one arm at a time. The one downside to the one arm preacher curl is that you'll most likely have to go to a gym to perform the exercise. Because your elbow rests on a sloped bench to perform the exercise it is unlikely you'll have this available at home. I wouldn't recommend you join a gym just to do this one exercise but if your serious about weight training and getting fit joining a gym is a must. For more information drop by our YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/FitnessWeightLossCtr or visit us in the web at http://fitnessweightlosscenter.com and find us on Facebook at http://facebook.com/fitnessweightlosscenter
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Added: 3767 days ago by dfmillington
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