KRISTEN'S STORY - WINNER
GRUNTING DURING WORKOUTS BOOSTS YOUR PERFORMANCE
Researchers at the University of Hawaii have found that grunting during workouts boosts your performance.
While grunting can be annoying to those around you, the scientists discovered that it does help you exert more physical force.
But there is some bad news … Grunting could be bad for your heart as it creates pressure in your chest that messes with blood pressure. (Newsweek)
WOMAN THINKS SHE WAS SINGING ON AN EMPTY TRAIN - BUT SOMEONE WAS WATCHING
A woman named "Stevie" was on a Chicago Transit Authority train. She had plenty of time on her hands, so she decided to record herself...because she thought she was alone after she stepped onto a seemingly empty car.
“Stevie” decided to video herself singing on the train. She bounced along the car as she belted out the line “Nobody in this seat, I’ll put my butt in the seat ’cause it’s juuust me.”
Uh-ohhhhh. Then she realized that she wasn't.
“Oh, my God, I realized there’s another person on the train,” she ad-libs. One of Stevie’s friends tweeted the video of her song, along with her reaction when she realizes she had an audience. (WGN)
Too cute! Watch the video below...
Please enjoy this fantastic video of my friend Stevie. It's one of my favorite things ever pic.twitter.com/gTDaioUtOR— Abam (@AdamBroud) March 12, 2018