Besides provision it is also important to have some elements to hand out to exercise
Walking is aerobic exercise par excellence according to the World Health Organization (WHO) that activates the body, reduces obesity, favors the cardiovascular system, along with many other benefits.
It is advisable to walk every day. However, it is not as if you pasearás walk through the mall or the park, you need to go at a pace, coordination and do it for a certain time.
For a walk it is important to bring certain elements that facilitate the march, you hydrated, distract and to ensure the protection of your body.
Have a backpack: Soft or waterproof fabric. There you can take what you need, it is more comfortable to put keys, cell phone, lip balm, washcloth, etc.
iPod music propitious: Reggaeton, techno, reggae, salsa. Choose your favorite songs according to genre, this will greatly help you to walk to the beat of each topic.
Convenient and comfortable: sneakers. The most important thing is to be your number and perfectly-fitting. Always wear socks.
Natural water: The vital liquid for the body can not put it aside to go for a walk. It will be the perfect companion before, during and after exercise.
Kit against sunlight: Remember to always use a hat and apply sunscreen on his face. Both elements serve to care for the skin.
The 2016 Toronto International Film Festival will kick off on Sept. 8 with Antoine Fuqua's The Magnificent Seven, starring Denzel Washington and Chris Pratt, and end on Sept. 18 with the Hailee Steinfeld-starrer Edge of Seventeen, it was announced Tuesday. Christopher Guest's Mascot is also set to play at this year's festival.
The festival's 2016 edition on Tuesday unveiled another 17 movies to receive gala treatment at Roy Thomson Hall, with Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ryan Gosling, Mark Wahlberg, Gerard Butler, David Oyelowo, Lupita Nyong'o and Rooney Mara among those set to walk the red carpet in Toronto.
The star-driven galas include two films, which will get Nov. 11 award season releases: Denis Villeneuve's Arrival, the sci-fi drama starring Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner from Paramount, and Jeff Nichols' interracial drama Loving, which stars Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga and debuted in Cannes.
Oliver Stone's biopic Snowden, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the NSA whistleblower, will also screen at Roy Thomson Hall, before getting its European premiere in San Sebastian. Other gala titles unveiled Tuesday include the Peter Berg-directed Deepwater Horizon, the Gulf of Mexico disaster drama starring Mark Wahlberg; the Gerard Butler-starring family drama The Headhunter's Calling, directed by Mark Williams; Disney's Queen of Katwe, directed by Mira Nair and starring David Oyelowo and Lupita Nyong'o; and LBJ, the Rob Reiner-helmed film with Woody Harrelson playing former president Lyndon Johnson.
Roy Thomson Hall will also host two pop music-inspired films: The Rolling Stones Ole´ Ole´ Ole´! : A Trip Across Latin America, where director Paul Dugdale captured the Havana gig for the Stone's America Latina Ole tour, and the Justin Timberlake concert film JT + The Tennessee Kids, directed by Jonathan Demme.
Toronto is also giving red carpet treatment to Weinstein Co.'s Lion, from director Garth Davis and starring Rooney Mara, Nicole Kidman and Dev Patel; A Monster Calls, starring Felicity Jones and directed by J.A. Bayona; Katherine Dieckmann's U.S. deep south drama Strange Weather, starring Holly Hunter; and Jim Sheridan's The Secret Scripture, headlined by Rooney Mara, Theo James and Jack Reynor.
Elsewhere, Toronto will give two U.K. films the gala treatment in Roy Thomson Hall: the rom-com Their Finest, starring former Bond girl Gemma Arterton and Sam Clafin and directed by Lone Scherfig, and London Film Festival opener, the David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike drama A United Kingdom, by Amma Asante. The festival will also screen the French drama Planetarium, Grand Central writer/director Rebecca Zlotowski and star Lea Seydoux's second collaboration, and Bronwen Hughes' The Journey is the Destination, a slain photojournalist drama toplined by Maria Bello.
TIFF director and CEO Piers Handling and artistic director Cameron Bailey at a press conference Tuesday also announced 48 special presentations sidebar titles. These include Tom Ford's Nocturnal Animals; Nate Parker's slave rebellion drama The Birth of a Nation, the Sundance hit that reaches theaters on Oct. 7; Ewan McGregor's directorial debut American Pastoral, starring Dakota Fanning and Jennifer Connelly; Paul Verhoeven's French-language drama Elle, starring Isabelle Huppert and landing here after Cannes; and the Venice opener, Damien Chazelle's La La Land, which stars Emma Stone, Ryan Gosling, John Legend and J.K. Simmons.
The special presentations section also includes Jim Jarmusch's Paterson, starring Adam Driver as a New Jersey bus driver, which bowed in Cannes; Lifetime's Paris Can Wait, starring Diane Lane and Alec Baldwin and directed by Eleanor Coppola; Andrea Arnold's Cannes winner American Honey, starring Sasha Lane and Shia LaBeouf; Vikram Ghandi's Barry; Ben Younger's Bleed For This, with Miles Teller as pro boxer Vinny Pazienza and Aaron Eckhart as his trainer; and Alex Lehmann's Blue Jay.
The section also includes screenings for Werner Herzog's volcano disaster film Salt and Fire, which debuted in Shanghai; Susan Johnson's Carrie Pilby, toplined by Bel Powley, Jason Ritter and Nathan Lane; writer-director Onur Tukel's action comedy Catfight, starring Sandra Oh, Anne Heche and Alicia Silverstone; and Mick Jackson's Holocaust denier drama Denial, led by Rachel Weisz and Timothy Spall.
Toronto also booked into the special presentations sidebar George Nolfi's Bruce Lee biopic Birth of the Dragon; Pete Travis' City of Tiny Lights, starring Penny Dreadful actor Billie Piper; Thomas Vinterberg's The Commune, which competed in Berlin; Nick Hamm's The Journey, starring Colm Meaney as Sinn Fein politician Martin McGuinness and Timothy Spall as the late Sir Ian Paisley; Nick Cannon's King of the Dancehall; and Garth Jennings' animated musical Sing, voiced by Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Seth MacFarlane and Scarlett Johansson.
The Toronto Film Festival, which will make additional lineup announcements in the coming weeks, is set to run from Sept. 8 to 18.
It never hurts to assess the possibility of staying a little farther from the heart of the city you are visiting. It may be a relief to the pocket and an opportunity to meet other interesting places not listed in guidebooks. Do not dismiss the stay in the suburbs
Below are five points in favor of staying a little further.
1. More fun. Up to public transport is an experience that should live when traveling to another city. Staying on the outskirts of the big city will be forced to board a train or a bus and enjoy a different landscape through the window.
2. Cheaper. If you compare the prices, for example, of a room in Rio de Janeiro and another in Niteroi, you will realize that being only a few minutes away from the city will make good his pocket. The same applies if you choose accommodation Airbnb: the farther from the center you will find cheap and good alternatives.
3. More surprises. Stay a little away gives you the opportunity to know what that part of the city offers: a beautiful park, a delicious restaurant or a shop that would never have found if he stayed elsewhere.
4. Bigger. A cheap accommodation in Manhattan can make a small room while the same price could find a room much larger in Brooklyn. Some comfort never hurts.
5. More quiet. Remote areas of the city are slightly more residential and family, so you can enjoy a coffee by the window listening to the birds and not the horns of cars.
Source: GDA / Trade
Paramount’s “Star Trek Beyond” has launched impressively with $5.5 million in Thursday night preview showings at 3,100 U.S. locations.
New Line’s horror-thriller “Lights Out” debuted decently with $1.8 million on Thursday night and Fox’s animated comedy “Ice Age: Collision Course” opened with $850,000 from 2,858 locations.
About 20% of the “Star Trek Beyond” grosses came from 387 Imax screens, where it grossed $1.1 million. Paramount noted the Thursday night preview number is comparable to “Spectre,” which opened with $5.3 million in November and went on to post a $70.4 million opening weekend.
“Star Trek Beyond,” the third film in the rebooted sci-fi series, opens Friday at 3,928 sites and is expected to dominate weekend moviegoing with a solid $55 million, with some analysts projecting it could hit $60 million. That’s down from the $70.2 million launch of 2013’s “Star Trek Into Darkness” and the $75.2 million bow of 2009’s “Star Trek” — both directed by J.J. Abrams.
Justin Lin (“Fast & Furious 6”) directs the new film, which premiered at Comic-Con on Wednesday. It has a hefty $185 million production budget and brings back Chris Pine as Capt. Kirk, Zachary Quinto as Commander Spock, and Karl Urban as Dr. McCoy, with Idris Elba joining the franchise as a villainous alien commander.
Reviews for “Star Trek Beyond,” the 13th movie in the franchise, have been mostly positive with an 87% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
The film also marks one of the final appearances of Anton Yelchin, who portrayed Pavel Chekov in the rebooted films and died last month in a car accident. The film is dedicated to Yelchin and original “Star Trek” actor Leonard Nimoy, who passed away in 2015.
Fox is countering with the fifth iteration of its “Ice Age” franchise with “Ice Age: Collision Course” at 3,992 locations, where it is expected to pull in $25 million. The films follow a collection of Paleolithic creatures and feature vocal performances by the likes of Ray Romano, Simon Pegg, Queen Latifah, and Jennifer Lopez.
“Collision Course” cost $105 million to produce and should be quite profitable. The four films have taken in $2.8 billion worldwide with 2012’s “Continental Drift” taking in $877.2 million with 82% of that overseas. “Collision Course” has already grossed over $140 million internationally in 60 markets.
New Line Cinema’s “Lights Out,” which is about an evil spirit that haunts a family when the lights are out, is looking at an opening between $13 million to $15 million at 2,818 locations. “Lights Out” cost less than $5 million to produce.
A pair of holdovers will battle “Ice Age Collision Course” for second place — Illumination-Universal’s third weekend of “The Secret Life of Pets” and Sony’s second frame of “Ghostbusters.” “Pets” won last weekend with $50 million and has topped $225 million in less than two weeks while “Ghostbusters” hit $62 million in its first six days.
Fifty shades of hotness! Dakota Johnson showed off her svelte figure in a teeny yellow bikini while filming a scene for Fifty Shades Freed with her hunky, shirtless costar Jamie Dornan.
The 26-year-old actress and 34-year-old actor, who portray Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey, respectively, in the movie adaptations of EL James’ erotic romance novels, were spotted filming a honeymoon scene on a pebbled bay in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, France, on Monday, July 11.
Johnson looked gorgeous in a tiny string bikini, while Dornan showcased his enviable six-pack abs and muscular legs in thigh-length blue board shorts.
At one point, the Irish actor was seen giving the Black Mass actress a back rub while shooting the sexy scene. In between takes, the pair chatted with Dornan’s real-life wife, Amelia Warner, by the water.
Earlier this year, the costars wrapped filming on Fifty Shades Darker, the second movie in the sultry trilogy. They began filming Fifty Shades Freed, the third and final film, in February, but the racy sex scenes are starting to take a toll on Johnson.
Speaking to Interview magazine in April, the actress quipped, “Well, we’re not having actual sex. But I’ve been simulating sex for seven hours straight right now, and I’m over it.”
However, the stunning How to Be Single star also recently revealed that she’s ready to see more of Dornan.
“I’m going to make him get fully naked in the next one,” she joked of the heartthrob in a February interview on Watch What Happens Live. “Everybody wants to see the D!”
Fifty Shades Darker is set to hit theaters February 10, 2017, and Fifty Shades Freed will be released February 9, 2018.
Not even Facebook is powerful enough to overcome Pokémon-mania.
The mobile game Pokémon Go topped 15 million downloads on Apple's App Store and Google Play, according to estimates from research firm SensorTower. Available since last week in the U.S., the game features characters called Pokémon players capture in the real world using a combination of GPS and augmented reality.
Pokémon Go is also among the most heavily used apps on a daily basis since its launch. According to iOS usage data from Monday, users spent an average of 33 minutes a day playing the game. By comparison, the average iOS user spent 22 minutes on Facebook and 18 minutes on Snapchat.
The stunning amount of time we're spending playing 'Pokémon Go'
What's interesting is when comparing Pokémon Go to other mobile games, it's actually behind in minutes. Their report finds users spent 43 minutes a day on mobile hit Candy Crush Saga, while action title Game of War clocked in at a whopping two hours.
However, neither game seems to have captured the national attention and generated such an obsession among players. The fascination has gone so far as to prompt warnings from police to use caution when playing, such as paying attention to surroundings and putting the phone down while you drive.