Two Canadian students have developed an exercise suit that tells wearers exactly how hard they are working and how specific body parts are being affected by their workouts.
It’s a full-body suit covered in tiny sensors that measure muscle output, heart rate, and breathing.
The sensors also monitor whether the person wearing it is stretching and lifting the way they’re supposed to.
With a gadget like this, who needs personal trainers? (PSFK.com)
Eric Church is in a stink with Taylor Swift fans over a new cryptic teaser promoting his next album, The Outsiders.
Now pulled from the Internet, the YouTube video featured a clip of Taylor’s Pinnacle Award acceptance speech at the CMA Awards, recalling how she replaced Eric on a Rascal Flatts tour. The clip then repeated Taylor saying, “Eric Church got fired,” over and over.
What a lot of people don’t know is that Eric and Taylor are actually friends. Before he filmed the teaser, he asked Taylor directly if he could use the clip to get his fans excited about the new music. Taylor gave Eric the green light, but then she talked to her record label, which said that the video had to be pulled from the Web.
Looks like Carrie Underwood isn't the most graceful Von Trapp in live production of The Sound of Music.
During rehearsals this week, Carrie had a run-in with a guitar and toppled over during another scene. She tweeted, "I hit myself in the head with my own guitar and later fell on my face playing leap frog."
If that weren't enough, the following day she had an encounter with an unwelcome intruder in the studio. "So yesterday, I had a startling run-in with a bat... Yes, I said BAT! I wonder what today's rehearsals have in store?"
Not surprisingly, the leap frog scene has been cut from the production. The Sound of Music Live airs tomorrow (Thursday) at 8 p.m. [ET] on NBC.
The producers of Wheel of Fortune are in serious damage-control mode -- after airing a puzzle with the solution The Fast and the Furious.
In the wake of Paul Walker's death over the weekend, the producers tried to blunt the damage by running a scroll across the top of the screen explaining that the show had taped weeks ago. And host Pat Sajak tweeted, ""Feel terrible about timing of Fast and Furious puzzle tonight. Taped long ago and went out to 200 local stations days ago."
There's no word yet on why Wheel's producers or its affiliates didn't just pull the show and air a rerun.