A phone accessory that can diagnose STDs, Kanye West’s shenanigans, and Fifty Shades Of...Sex Injuries: all this and more in this week’s serving of fitness-related man knowledge!
The “Better Microwave,” which allows you to see your food while it’s being cooked sounds like the perfect pièce de résistance for any self-respecting bachelor’s kitchen. Just think: perfectly popped popcorn every time!
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A new research has revealed that chomping on fruit will just make you want to eat more. Yikes. Fix that by pairing your bananas with protein-rich food like peanut butter to stave away the cravings.
Scientists have come up with a phone accessory that can diagnose HIV and syphilis in 15 minutes. Even better? The device only costs $34 to make! The future of medicine, literally right at our fingertips!
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The dude who played The Mountain on Game of Thrones was recently able to carry a 650 kg log on his back for five steps, smashing a record set 1,000 years ago. Bow down!
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Kanye West personally handed the first few pairs of the Adidas Yeezy Boost to fans at the Adidas Originals store in New York last week. We bet he’s probably making up for his Beck-bashing during the Grammys.
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To say that golfer Tom Lewis got frustrated during the Thailand Open last February 14 is an understatement: the guy smashed his club after a really bad shot, breaking it in two.
GIF: Tom Lewis is a little upset. pic.twitter.com/MnI4sDAODI— Adam Sarson (@Adam_Sarson) February 14, 2015
Let’s break our diets to have a spoonful of Nutella in honor of Michele Ferrero, the “richest candyman on the planet.” Ironically, the chocolatier passed away last Valentine's Day—the very same day his namesake chocolates were being used to win over the ladies.
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Chinese scientists just found out that drinking beer “may delay or even prevent the onset of dementia” and similar diseases like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. This really puts the “happy” in “happy hour!”
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The London Fire Brigade’s hashtag #FiftyShadesOfRed is a showcase of all the sex-related incidents they’ve been called to help out with, like that time they had to rescue a guy who tried to get it on with a toaster.
Feeling the mid-afternoon workday slump? Shake it off with some caffeine, which increases your energy and helps you focus. Stick to brews like espresso and stay away from sugar-laden stuff like energy drinks for best results.
Love spicy food? You’re in luck: capsaicin, which makes chili peppers spicy, has been found to prevent weight gain among mice. Won’t hurt to pig out on siling labuyo now, eh?
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On the topic of weight loss, lifting weights has been proven to be more effective in maintaining a trim tummy than aerobic workouts. Doesn’t that make you excited to hit the gym?
Here is all the basketball inspiration you’ll ever need for the rest of your life:
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Channel your inner Legolas at the new outdoor archery range at Sandbox in Alviera! Get a complete archery intro package, including basic coaching, bows and arrows, and a target, for P400 for a one-hour session or P250 for a 30-minute session.
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Legendary marathoner and new British American Tobacco Limited endorser Dick Beardsley thinks Filipinos have a fighting chance in the international running scene, saying that we “have the perfect bodies for running marathons.” Takbo na!
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