by L a d y f a c e 7 years ago
Is running in intervals more effective than straight out running?Which is more effective? Running for 30 minutes at one speed, or running for 30 minutes going back and forth between a comfortable run and a full out run?
by Jack Quick 6 years ago
What is the most-effective workout for burning fat that you can do in 15 minutes or less?
by GA Anderson 6 months ago
Jumping off from ahorseback's declaration; "Trump , Get us out of the UN now ." I think a consideration of the value of the U.N. as a political and public relations tool will justify our participation.I do not believe the U.N. serves the function of its charter, and if that were what I...
by Simon Cook 6 years ago
I really should put this in a hub and enter the competition, but I won't.Everyone chill out!! We're all so focused on earning on HP, complaning about HP, complaining about Google, bemoaning our writing lives (myself included) that we're forgetting what really is important.As I sit here, my 86 year...
by breathe2travel 6 years ago
What can HP change on referral tracking to be more effective?I think if the Referral Tracking were set up with chronological reports, much like the HubViews page, the Tracking would be more effective in indicating what recent changes worked. What other changes do you think could help...
by Andrea Hildreth 6 years ago
How can we make online education more effective?Effective can mean: engages the student's interest, reduces the number of students who drop-out, achieves the academic goal, encourages further exploration by the student.
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