Inside Edition
Inside Edition 9 Jan 2021

The Most Unusual Workout Routines


In 2019, Inside Edition Digital found a cycling instructor in Ukraine who was really going places on her stationary bike. She danced, kicked and challenged gravity. Also challenging gravity was a pair for former cheerleaders, who developed ambitious workout routines on the streets of New Orleans in 2016. That same year, heavily pregnant fitness instructor Emily Breeze wowed onlookers as she lifted almost two hundred pounds.

Mike Florio and Chris Simms look at the NFL's major schedule adjustments to try and get Ravens-Steelers in for Week 12 and discuss which teams are impacted the most from the changes.
Iceland is the most gender-equal country in the world, and has been for over a decade according to The World Economic Forum. While many nations have put in place measures to try and rebalance the books on the issue, it could take another thousand years for France to get there according to the European Trade Union Confederation. Ines Wagner, a researcher at the Institute for Social Research in Norway, gives us her perspective on the Islandic system and describes how the onus of proof of equality is on the companies rather than the employees.
CDC Director Dr. Redfield announced he believes the winter months will be "rough times" due to Covid-19, and says "I actually believe they're going to be the most difficult time in the public health history of this nation."
The director of the CDC is warning this winter could be the "most difficult time" in the nation's public health history. Hospitals are being overwhelmed as new daily cases skyrocket to more than 180,000. Dr. Eric Cioe-Peña, the director of global health at Northwell Health, joined CBSN to discuss the latest.

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