The sight of the two men riding along in their spandex suits and helmets was just too much for the network anchor, who lashed out at the men for their foolish and potentially fatal decision to launch this little Tour de Irma.'Oh my goodness, so this is incredibly, and I’m just going to call it - this is stupid,' said the anchor, who initially seemed to be preparing viewers for some far harsher language.'These two guys going out in the rain and in these storms.'She then offered viewers, who at that point had no doubt sat through hours upon hours of the network's nonstop hurricane coverage, some warnings while also wondering outloud how this feat was even happening given the conditions in the city.'First of all, I don’t know how they’re staying up on two wheels.
Do not do that,' she said, while bundled up under a raincoat and hood that hid most of her face.
Nell's belief that fitness aids labour is backed up by studies that have found that babiesof women who exercise are better off when it comes to their birth because 'foetuses of exercising women may tolerate labour better than those of non-exercisers,' according to The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG).
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Amid the spotlight now being trained on gender inequity in Hollywood, the fact that Mark Wahlberg received an additional $1.5 million for reshoots, a sum not offered to his co-star Michelle Williams, has provoked outrage.
Hurricane Irma has turned Southern Florida into a ghost town, with residents heading out for safer and dryer ground this past week after days of warnings and a mandatory evacuation order.
The 35-year-old bodybuilder from Los Angeles has sparked an online storm after posting photos of herself lifting heavy weights on Facebook - with her due date just two weeks away.'I am a crossfit enthusiast but I DO NOT recommend this at all.
Doctors always strongly suggest to not lift heavy because you can sever your placenta and cause major damage an early labour and miscarriage ....
These villages were not without their idiots however, who on Sunday announced themselves to the world when camera crews captured their bizarre behaviors as 100mph winds tore up the state.
Some decided to head out and enjoy a spot of fitness as they biked into exhausting headwinds or surfed over churning waves.
The man then, as if on cue, tumbled off his board and into the water.
Viewers who eagerly thought he might have learned his lesson quickly got a rude awakening however, as he turned his contraption back out to sea in search of more waves.
She was then asked by a very puzzled Alex Witt: 'Wait, Mariana, before you get reporting. 'And it was, with the man suddenly riding a gale force wind and massive crest closer to the camera.
Atencio confirmed it was a kite surfer, adding that this was not something officials wanted to be seeing at that time.
'They may be joy seekers, but that is absolutely unsafe.