By The As­so­ci­ated Press Bey­oncé is one of the world’s most scru­ti­nized pop stars. Now that study is mov­ing to col­lege. The Depart­ment of Women’s and Gen­der Stud­ies at Rut­gers Univer­sity is of­fer­ing a course called “Politi­ciz­ing Bey­oncé.” Rut­gers is the st

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Babo­lat’s “Play Pure Drive” sen­sor is em­bed­ded in­side the rac­quet to record a player’s per­for­mance and the data is then synced to an ap­pli­ca­tion on a tablet or smart­phone. Sony’s Smart Ten­nis Sen­sor is one that is at­tached to a rac­quet, but also wire­lessly syncs to an ap­pli­ca­tion. They both func­tion sim­i­larly in the data that they col­lect, which are ball speed, ac­cu­racy, an­gles, spin, type of shots, etc. This gives a player a quick and easy way to ac­cu­rately look back on a prac­tice ses­sion or match. This “vir­tual ten­nis coach” could be the key to find­ing weak­nesses that keeps some­one from en­ter­ing the ten­nis elite, but still de­pends on the re­cep­tion these gad­gets get in the ten­nis world. adapted by http://www.

The re­sults are based on about 800 kids. As part of the study, the young teens tracked and re­ported on their own ac­tiv­ity lev­els, and took phys­i­cal ex­ams. U.S. fit­ness guide­lines re­com1 in 4 young teens meet U.S. mend an hour or more of physiFit­ness guide­lines. How of­ten do cal ac­tiv­ity ev­ery day. Ac­cord­ing you ex­er­cise? A new study finds to the study, only 1 in 4 U.S. kids that most kids ages | DREAM 12 TEEN - 15 aren’t March - April meet the rec­om­men­da­tion.

2014 get­ting enough phys­i­cal ac­tiv­ity. Times for Kids

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