How Many 10-Year-Olds Do You Know With Their Own Workout DVD?

BY: - 20 Jul '11 | Home

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C.J.

From Yahoo Sports!:

C.J. started working out five years ago when his football coach told him and his teammates to go home over a weekend and get some exercise. He did some push-ups and sit-ups and loved it. Not too long after, he saw a P90X infomercial and loved that too. He’s been working out ever since. C.J. does his own routines three times a week, after school and homework, and he’s given new names to some old and boring moves, like the burpee, which involves a squat, push-up, and jump. C.J. calls that one the “shredder.” He even teaches a class of (mostly older) kids at the gym near where he lives in Locust Grove, Ga.

Check out the video of C.J. busting out some moves below:

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Have You Ever Snooped Through Your Partner’s Email?

BY: - 21 Jul '11 | Home

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Okay, quick question: How many of you have ever looked through your partner’s stuff: their cell phone, email, social networking profile? Whether it’s suspicion or just plain nosiness, a new study has found that the number of those who’ve snooped has increased:

The study, which surveyed more than 1,000 online individuals, found that the percentage of significant others, spouses and parents who admit to digital snooping is significant and “” at least among romantic partners “” on the rise. It was commissioned by consumer electronics search engine and review site Retrevo.

About 33% of respondents admitted to checking a significant other’s email or call history without their partner’s knowledge. Married couples were even more likely to snoop, with 37% of married respondents admitting the same.

Do these findings surprise you? Why do you think married couples were more likely to snoop?

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