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  • How do I get
    of Red Bull and its Playgrounds Delivering the unexpected the magazine honors those who don t play by the rules who push the limits have a lust for life swim against the current who have a passion for adventure and are not afraid to walk courageous new paths The Red Bulletin is globally available as print magazine e Paper App and online Print Magazine The Red Bulletin is available in UK every month You can get it WITH THE LONDON EVENING STANDARD THROUGHOUT LONDON ALTERNATIVE DISTRIBUTION Gyms selected lifestyle stores universities airline lounges and at Red Bull events SUBSCRIPTION Get every month the latest issue of The Red Bulletin order your subscription here free delivery DIGITAL MAGAZINE REDBULLETIN COM The Red Bulletin website is full responsive and optimized for all different kinds of devices You will be able to experience it on your smartphone tablet laptop or desktop APP The Red Bulletin App is available in 5 different languages It gives you access to a unique treasury of the best stories of all our print editions enriched with additional exclusive content and a full complement of videos E PAPER The Red Bulletin is also available on digital kiosk and on

    Original URL path: https://www.redbulletin.com/uk/en/the-red-bulletin-world (2016-02-15)
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    its Playgrounds Delivering the unexpected the magazine honors those who don t play by the rules who push the limits have a lust for life swim against the current who have a passion for adventure and are not afraid to walk courageous new paths The Red Bulletin is globally available as print magazine e Paper App and online PRINT MAGAZINE The Red Bulletin is available in USA on the second monday of every month You can get it ON NEWSSTANDS Hudson News Barnes Noble Target ALTERNATIVE DISTRIBUTION Red Bull events Live Nation House of Blues and many more SUBSCRIPTION Get every month the latest issue of The Red Bulletin and order your subscription here free delivery If you are a current subscriber you can access your account here DIGITAL MAGAZINE REDBULLETIN COM The Red Bulletin website is full responsive and optimized for all different kinds of devices You will be able to experience it on your smartphone tablet laptop or desktop APP The Red Bulletin App is available in 5 different languages It gives you access to a unique treasury of the best stories of all our print editions enriched with additional exclusive content and a full complement of videos

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  • Running 100 Miles is Easier Than You Think
    Make your running days count Do a long run one day a tempo run at faster speeds on flatter terrain another day and a day of hill repeats The longest training run you need to prepare for a 100 mile race is a 50 mile run and even that s pretty rare With something as ambitious and destructive as a 100 mile run it s not beneficial to you to actually practise at that distance 2 One Mile at a Time You ll become overwhelmed by the enormity of the task When you re thinking I still have 70 miles to go it s easy to become discouraged You have to stay in the moment Toward the end at mile 60 or 70 you ll be in a lot of discomfort Your legs will be destroyed That precipitates mental struggles as well You will look for any excuse to stop The last quarter of the race is about who is the toughest person out there The more stubborn you are the better your chances A lot of it is your brain deciding that you re going to endure 3 Have a Plan B When you re on the starting line you have to be 100 percent committed to finishing You have to believe I can finish this If you ve got doubts you re doomed Have a top goal maybe it s winning the race But also have a secondary goal maybe finishing the race Recognise that circumstances may kick in that will reduce you to your B C or D goal and that s OK You ll become overwhelmed by the enormity of the task Anton Krupicka 4 Fuel Your Engine Your stomach can become a huge issue You ll feel nauseous you will more than likely throw up

    Original URL path: https://www.redbulletin.com/int/en/sports/running-100-miles-is-easier-than-you-think (2016-02-15)
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  • How To Find A Missing Airplane
    in the Sierra Nevada back in 1957 Finding plane wreckage in a vast mountain range isn t easy But here s how it s done Lifestyle How to Fight a forest fire 5 expert tips from firefighter Morgan Reilly Advertising 1 Zone In Sometimes you have no clue as to where the plane is So you try to gather as much information as possible flight paths last known coordinates radar tracking You have to do some sleuthing but there s technology and databases that exist that can help Once you have coordinates for where you think the plane is plug that into Google Earth and look at the zone from the air that gives you a sense of what you re after 2 Catch a Lift Some of these crashes are in rugged impossible to reach locations So the next step is seeing how close you can get using a vehicle We usually pick wreck sites that require some work to get to That s our skillset But we ll still catch a lift as far as we can Once we get dropped off we have a protocol for how we travel through the landscape We have a logistics commander who stays at the vehicle We ll start in one group then branch out as we get closer to the search area We train our brains to look for things that are different Simon Donato Wreckage found at the site of the Steve Fossett plane crash Luis Moreira 3 Space Out We have something called critical spacing which is the distance between the searchers that would allow you both to see whatever sized object you re looking for For example if you lost a baseball in a wheat field and you have 10 people searching you almost need to be holding hands But if you re looking for a dump truck your spacing will be different We adjust based on that You also have to deal with steep terrain and thick vegetation and adapt to that 4 Stay Strong You ve got to have good fitness to get in there A lot of days we re putting in well over 20 miles of hiking so you need the endurance to stay with the team And you need to be able to go up and down steep terrain We usually pick wreck sites that require some work to get to That s our skillset Simon Donato 5 Start Looking Most of the time these planes are pretty broken up and tucked into steep ravines and that s why they re lost to the rest of the world But you have to remember they re metallic So if you catch them at the right light there will be some kind of reflectivity or glint We use binoculars and from a distance we start scanning the area we think the wreckage will be to see if we get any kind of reflectivity We also train our brains to look for things that are

    Original URL path: https://www.redbulletin.com/int/en/lifestyle/how-to-find-a-missing-airplane-0 (2016-02-15)
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  • What It Takes To Prepare For Space Travel
    have to be quarantined from illness There s no surgery and no sick bay in the International Space Station Before you go everything from your teeth to your toenails need to be checked out Getty Images 2 SMILE Astronauts tend to be very ambitious people They re always in demand Their time is very limited In order to go on a spaceship you want to be likable You need to be pleasant even when things get stressful or boring You can t be naturally grumpy 3 PLAN YOUR MENU In space you need all the same stuff you need to survive on earth only more of it And it s all got to be packed way ahead of time For meals you ll need dehydrated meals pre packed to reduce weight But you can eat things like spaghetti and meatballs in space Almost anything you can have on earth you can dehydrate package and eat in space SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWLETTER Get the best stories from The Red Bulletin Register Here Register Here Getty Images 4 GET SOME SLEEP Astronauts often say that falling asleep in space can be very troubling at the beginning You wake up with your arms out like you re sleepwalking But after a while you ll find a way to sleep They have these little bunk areas that they float around in 5 TAP INTO YOUR INNER MUSICIAN You re almost always working when you re in space There s no free time But at the International Space Station there s an acoustic guitar and a keyboard Sometimes the astronauts jam If I were going to meet an alien I d bring them a guitar Music is a universal language on earth there s no culture that doesn t have music So that seems

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  • 3 adventure photographers to follow on Instagram
    Adventure photographer Krystle Wright tells The Red Bulletin about three fellow snappers you should definitely be following on Instagram right now Travel Photography Leisure Art Exhibition Adventure Krystle Wright Follow the Australian photographer here krystlejwright In October s The Red Bulletin Magazine award winning adventure photographer Krystle Wright presents a selection of her best photos and explains how to make art out of a BASE jump expedition But where does she get her inspiration Here the 28 year old reveals three fellow photographers she has in her Instagram feed and why you should too Lifestyle The Perfect Instagram Photog Chris Burkard on his top locales around the world for the perfect shot trentmitchellphoto Instagram Name Trent Mitchell Nationality Australian Instagram followers 20 400 On His Photos If you look at Trent s overall feed on Instagram its brilliantly done with spanning images over multiple posts Trent s work is full of beautiful creativity and simplicity that really resonates with me and no doubt many others His work spans over multiple genres from documentary surf fashion lifestyle and more Follow Him Here trentmitchellphoto Advertising ben knight Instagram Name Ben Knight Nationality USA Instagram Followers 9 600 On His Photos Ben Knight is a phenomenal documentary film maker and I ve been a huge fan of his works such as Damnation Unicorn Sashimi and more Aside from creating films Ben s Instagram feed is filled with incredible visuals along with a fast wit in his clever written captions Follow him here ben knight frodesandbech Instagram Name Frode Sandbech Nationality Norwegian Instagram Followers 44 400 On His Photos I came across Frode work after he won the Whistler Pro Photographer Showdown His unique style in imagery is simply awesome and I really enjoy following his Instagram Follow Him Here frodesandbech Advertising Travel Photography

    Original URL path: https://www.redbulletin.com/int/en/lifestyle/3-adventure-photographers-to-follow-on-instagram (2016-02-15)
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  • The internet of things: making everyday life simpler
    articles Recommended articles Tags Lifestyle The internet of things making everyday life simpler Illustration masha tace depositphotos Home Lifestyle The internet of things making everyday life simpler Your fridge now talks to your phone and you can switch on the light while you re in your car The light in the house that is Science Apps Game Changers The Red Bulletin presents Game Changers The people things and ideas that will change our lives in 2016 If This Then That Wikimedia Commons If This Then That Linden Tibbets wants to revolutionise the Internet of Things with this simple phrase The world around us increasingly consists of devices fitted out with smart networked sensors from your toy drone to the light switch on your aquarium not to mention the apps downloaded onto your smartphone Tibbets IFTTT platform hopes to make this never ending stream of data manageable for each individual user with the result that our digital lives become a little simpler not more complicated Lifestyle Show what you want to say EMOJIS Adding colour to our language if we ve understood correctly Advertising So IFTTT might connect two apps for example and automate their actions Tibbets will thus make us a little less scared of what the Italian professor of philosophy Luciano Floridi is calling the infosphere the not too distant future when our lives will be completely shaped by digital information and any action we perform will generate new pieces of information and interconnect them Tibbets stroke of genius reminds us that we ll never stop being active players in the infosphere Website More about IFTTT Twitter Follow Linden Tibbets on Twitter IFTTT For more information Advertising Science Apps Game Changers 01 2016 The Red Bulletin Recommended articles Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Country editions Austria France

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  • Insects - the meat of the future
    and tuck in The reward is a greater variety of tastes there are around 11 000 types of grasshopper alone Corbis Some people simply see them as bugs but others believe that in the future they ll be our most important source of protein Like chickens sheep and cows insects produce high value protein from plant based nutrients but they do it in a much more cost efficient way Producing 1kg of meat currently requires up to 13kg of animal feed with insects you can produce the same amount of protein with as little as 1 7kg Eating creepy crawlies may not appeal to all palates right now but it s all just a question of habit Beetle larvae were a delicacy in Ancient Rome and in many parts of the world grasshoppers and mealworms are seen as a nutritious snack The UN predicts that in 20 years time a 10th of the world s protein could be sourced from insects most likely dried Mealworm flour is very versatile and New York start up Exo is already making protein snacks from ground crickets Bullevard Survival Menu Mother Nature has more to offer than you know Lifestyle The savior of football The US Attorney General is taking FIFA to task and saving it in the process Advertising The UN predicts that in 20 years time a 10th of the world s protein could be sourced from insects In the meantime who s for Mexican grasshopper tacos or Thai style fried water scavenger beetles Famous chefs such as René Redzepi and David Faure have had insects on the menu for some time Also biotech artist Katharina Unger has developed an insect farm which allows you to breed delicious black soldier fly larvae at home And let s not forget those crispy fried

    Original URL path: https://www.redbulletin.com/int/en/lifestyle/insects-the-meat-of-the-future (2016-02-15)
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