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Traveling and want to exercise? Here’s what you can do!

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www.youtube.com – KPRC 2 Click2Houston – 2024-06-27 09:33:46

SUMMARY: Summertime travel doesn't mean abandoning workouts. reporter Haley Hernandez highlights five portable exercises with Erica Hood of Hood Fit, showing how to stay active without equipment. These exercises include:

1. Back lunge and jump for legs and cardio.
2. Tricep dip toe tap targeting triceps and core.
3. Three pulse squat for legs and glutes.

Even water bottles can substitute for weights. These Hood Fit routines range from 10 to 30 minutes and can be easily integrated into your travel schedule. Visit click2houston.com for detailed instructions and a free promo code to try Hood Fit.

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Getting in good workouts doesn't mean going to a gym with heavy equipment all the time, Erica Hood, founder of HoodFit, said you don't even need equipment!

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If Kamala becomes the Democratic candidate, who will be her VP pick?

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-07-21 19:26:50

SUMMARY: SMU Political Science Professor Cal states that losing a presidential candidate this close to an election and major party national conventions is unprecedented in U.S. history. The Democratic Party is rallying around Kamala Harris, boosted by endorsements and the Biden-Harris campaign’s resources. She is considered the steadier choice over alternative chaotic scenarios. Potential vice-presidential candidates include governors with executive experience, like Gretchen Whitmer, Josh Shapiro, and Roy Cooper. A male running mate is advised to balance the ticket. Stability is crucial for Democrats to present a unified front against the Republicans. They aim to finalize their candidate before the convention for a cohesive campaign.

SMU political scientist Cal Jillson talks about the historic nature of President Biden dropping out of the 2024 race, Kamala Harris’ shot at being the Democratic nominee and who she could pick as her running mate.

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Joe Biden drops out of 2024 presidential race | FOX 7 Austin

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www.youtube.com – FOX 7 Austin – 2024-07-21 19:20:13

SUMMARY: President Biden announced he is ending his reelection campaign, endorsing Vice President Kamala Harris as the Democratic party's nominee. This decision follows his disappointing debate performance against former President Trump, sparking concerns about his fitness for office. Biden emphasized his decision to focus on his presidential duties for the rest of his term. Despite Biden's endorsement, the nominee will be decided at the Democratic Convention. Potential contenders include Governors JB Pritzker, Gretchen Whitmer, Gavin Newsom, and Secretary Pete Buttigieg. Former President Trump criticized Biden's presidency, while Congressman Lloyd Doggett praised Biden for prioritizing the country over ego.

President Joe Biden has withdrawn his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination. He has also endorsed his vice president, Kamala Harris, to run in his stead.

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Poll: More minority voters in Texas to vote for Trump

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-07-21 17:40:06

SUMMARY: The Republican National Convention showcased increased diversity with black and Hispanic leaders playing prominent roles, aiming to attract more minority voters. Polls indicate growing support for Trump among minority groups in Texas, with black voter support rising to 16% and Latino support to 45%. Analysts suggest this shift could signal trouble for Democrats, who traditionally rely on overwhelming minority support. The trend shows a potential pivot, especially influenced by economic concerns and perceptions of being underserved by the current administration. Discussions emphasized the GOP’s efforts to appeal to diverse demographics and adapt their strategies for future elections.

New polling shows an increasing number of Black and Hispanic voters in Texas are planning to vote for former president Donald Trump in November. FOX 4’s Steven Dial, FOX 26’s Greg Groogan and FOX 7’s Rudy Koski discuss the trend and what it means going forward for both parties. NOTE: This was recorded before President Biden ended his reelection campaign.

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