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Friday, 22 October 2021

How to Get a Good Workout with a Punching Bag

Working a punching bag burns a lot of calories, but it can be tough to figure out how to incorporate it into your routine. Even though it may seem a little intimidating to get started, using a punching bag is a great way to get fit and burn a lot of calories. We know that you’re probably wondering how to work a punching bag effectively, so keep reading to find answers to your most common questions!

[Edit]Steps

[Edit]How long should I workout on a punching bag?

  1. Work up to 5 rounds that are around 3 minutes each. Working a bag can be tiring if you do it for too long, so try starting off with a 3-minute round throwing punches. If you can’t go the full 3 minutes, go for as long as you can before getting tired. After you finish your round, rest for 30 seconds or 1 minute before starting your next rounds. After 5 rounds, you’ll have completed an intense 15-minute workout.[1]
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    • As you get more comfortable using a punching bag, try doing 4- or 5-minute rounds instead.

[Edit]What’s a good boxing routine to do on a punching bag?

  1. Warm up with 5 minutes of cardio and stretching. Go for a light jog, jump rope, or do jumping jacks to help raise your heart rate so you’re ready to work the punching bag. After doing some cardio, do some arm circles to loosen up your shoulders and forward bends to stretch out your back. Stretch your triceps and biceps as well so you don’t hurt yourself while you’re punching.[2]
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  2. Throw combinations of punches for at least 45 seconds before resting. You won’t get an effective workout just randomly punching the bag. Instead, focus on throwing 1 or 2 types of punches during the round, such as jabs, hooks, and uppercuts. Keep your core engaged and keep your feet moving so you stay active and work your entire body. After 45 seconds, take a break for 15–20 seconds. Some popular combinations you can try include:[3]
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    • 1 jab with your left hand and 1 jab with your right.[4]
    • 2 jabs with your left hand and then 1 jab with your right hand.[5]
    • 1 jab followed by 1 uppercut.[6]
    • 1 jab followed by 1 hook.[7]
  3. Try out different combinations for 5 rounds. Change the types of punches you throw each round to add some variety to your workout. If you did only jabs in your first round, try adding in a hook or uppercut during the next one. After each round, take a short break before starting the next one. When you finish the 5th round, you’ve done a great workout.[8]
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    • As you get more comfortable, try doing combinations of 4 or 5 punches. For example, throw 1 left jab, 1 right uppercut, 1 left hook, and finish with 1 right jab.[9]

[Edit]How can I increase the intensity of my workouts?

  1. Intersperse squats between boxing rounds to work legs and glutes. Rather than taking a short break when you finish your round of boxing, immediately transition into squats. Do as many squats as you can within 1 minute. After that, take a break for another minute before going into your next round.[10]
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    • Make the routine a little bit harder by throwing your combination followed by a squat. For example, you could jab twice, do 1 squat, and continue repeating that for the full 45–60-second round.[11]
  2. Keep your heart rate up with jumping jacks and high knees. After you finish up your punching combinations, transition into these great cardio exercises. Try to do as many as you can within 1 minute before going back to work the bag. Only rest when you feel the need to so your routine stays high-intensity and burns more calories.[12]
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  3. Incorporate push-ups if you want to work your upper body more. Get into a plank position and perform 1 push-up. When you reach the top of the push-up, reach one arm out and punch the bag. Then, do another push-up but punch with your other arm. Continue alternating which arm you punch with for 1 minute or until you feel tired out.[13]
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[Edit]How do I burn more calories punching a heavy bag?

  1. Alternate which arms you’re throwing punches with. If you’re just starting off on a punching bag, just switch arms after each punch to improve your form and keep a consistent rhythm. Once you start feeling comfortable, try switching to combinations of 2–3 punches, such as left-right-left or right-left-left, to add some variation. Use a little more power on the last punch in combo to add some intensity to your workout.[14]
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    • When you throw a punch, keep your other hand up in front of or to the side of your face to maintain a defensive stance.
    • Don’t let your arm drop down after you land your last punch. Always bring it back up in front of your face as if you were defending against another person.
  2. Move around the bag in between your punches. While you should keep your feet planted while you’re throwing punches, stay light on your feet after your last hit. Try moving in the same direction as the arm you last punched with, so you’d move left if you landed a punch with your left hand. Keep shuffling around the bag throughout your entire workout so can practice punching from new angles.[15]
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    • If the bag swings back toward you, practice taking steps back or to the side so you maintain the same distance from it.


[Edit]Is it okay to hit the punching bag every day?

  1. Take at least 1 day to rest in between bag workouts. Your muscles need time to rest and recover so you don’t damage them. After you do a workout on a punching bag, take a day to rest or do some lighter activities, such as jogging or running. You can even work a different muscle group, such as your chest or back, on your rest days so you don’t overwork your arms or legs.[16]
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[Edit]Can I hit a punching bag without gloves?

  1. Use hand wraps and gloves to prevent injuries if you’re a beginner. Punching bags are a lot heavier and denser than you think, and you can seriously hurt your hands and wrists if you aren’t careful. Wind some hand wraps around your wrists and between your fingers to stabilize them. Then put on a pair of boxing gloves that fit you well for additional padding.[17]
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    • Punching a bag without gloves could bruise your knuckles and cause skin tears, and you may have to wait a few weeks before you can safely workout on a bag again.
  2. You can throw less powerful punches without gloves to improve form. If you have a little more experience on the bag, it’s a little easier to control how hard you hit it without gloves.[18] As you throw a punch, focus on your accuracy and pull your fist back as soon as you hit the bag so you don’t hurt yourself.[19]
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    • Practicing without gloves can also help strengthen your knuckles, forearms, and wrists.

[Edit]How do I hit a punching bag correctly?

  1. Plant your feet shoulder-width apart so they’re at an angle. Turn your body at an angle so your front shoulder points toward the bag. Point your toes on the foot closest to the bag so they’re at a 45-degree angle to the punching bag. Position your foot furthest from the bag so they’re turned to the side. Line up the toes on your front foot with the heel of your back foot. Keep your knees bent and your weight on the balls of your feet.[20]
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    • Foot placement is important since it gives you more punching power and helps you stay balanced while you’re boxing.
  2. Twist at the hips and straighten your arm. Press your weight down into the balls of your feet and start turning your hips toward the bag. Start with your knuckles pointing up and start extending your arm straight out. As you’re reaching your arm out, turn your fist so your knuckles point toward the bag.[21]
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    • Try practicing the movement slow when you’re first starting off so you maintain proper form.
  3. Keep your body still when you hit the bag. If you move your head backwards each time you punch the bag, you aren’t getting as much power as you could. Stand far enough away from the bag so your arm is almost fully outstretched when you land a punch. Maintain your balance and try to push the bag away from you without moving backward.[22]
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    • If you’re consistently having trouble moving back as you punch, try switching to a lighter bag.
    • It might be hard to notice if you’re moving backward if you’re working out on your own. Ask a partner or a trainer to watch your form to see if you’re hitting the bag correctly.

[Edit]How do I kick a kickboxing bag?

  1. Plant your non-dominant leg as a pivot point. Your non-dominant foot is usually on the opposite side of your body as the hand you use to write. Stand just out of reach from the bag and turn your body so your non-dominant foot is in front. Keep your leg straight and turn your foot so it points away from the bag.[23]
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    • For example, if you’re right-handed, keep your left leg in front.
  2. Turn your entire body to add power to your kick. Most of your kicking power actually comes from the rest of your body instead of your legs. Push your weight off of your dominant foot so you’re supporting yourself with your non-dominant leg. Twist your upper body and hips toward the bag and raise your back leg up to start your kick.[24]
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    • Start practicing your kicks slowly so you can work on your form and balance.
  3. Hit the bag with your shin instead of your foot. Punching bags can be a little heavier on the bottom, so you could break the bones in your foot. Instead, try to land your kick with the middle of your shinbone since it’s a lot stronger. Follow through with your kick so you hit with all of your power.[25]
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    • Throw in some kicks in between punches while you’re working the bag.
    • Try kicking the bag at different heights to add some variation to your workout.
    • It still might hurt a bit even when you hit the bag with your shin. If you’re in pain, start with some lighter kicks and work up your tolerance.

[Edit]How hard should I hit a punching bag?

  1. Focus on your speed and technique instead of power. Using all of your strength during a punch can make your form sloppy, slow you down, and tire you out faster. Rather than using 100% of your power, work on landing lighter jabs that are faster and maintaining the proper form.[26]
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    • Even though the bag should move a little bit after each punch, you shouldn’t try to make it swing wildly.

[Edit]Can I lose weight by hitting a punching bag?

  1. Yes you can since training on a bag tones your body and builds muscle. Working a punching bag for an hour can burn 450 calories, so it’s a great cardio workout to help you burn fat. Try working with heavier bags since they have more resistance and use up more of your energy.[27]
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    • Incorporate other cardio exercises and strength-training exercises into your workout routine to help you lose weight even faster.

[Edit]Tips

  • Work with a trainer or partner to help maintain proper form and develop good punching techniques.
  • Pretend like the bag is another person you’re sparring with so you practice your footwork and good defensive techniques.[28]

[Edit]Warnings

  • Avoid punching the bag with full power since it affects your form and could cause injuries if you aren’t wearing gloves.[29]

[Edit]Related wikiHows

[Edit]References

[Edit]Quick Summary

  1. https://youtu.be/zDoKRPGue7M?t=29
  2. https://www.muscleandfitness.com/routine/muscle-fitness-hers/hers-workouts/30-min-heavy-bag-hiit-workout-0/
  3. https://seniorslifestylemag.com/health-well-being/punching-bag-workout-tips-for-senior-stress-relief/
  4. https://www.muscleandfitness.com/routine/muscle-fitness-hers/hers-workouts/30-min-heavy-bag-hiit-workout-0/
  5. https://youtu.be/kbgkeTTSau8?t=135
  6. https://humblechallenger.com/punching-bag-workouts-women/
  7. https://youtu.be/fqeXxytdi3I?t=339
  8. https://youtu.be/kbgkeTTSau8?t=410
  9. https://expertboxing.com/7-basic-boxing-combinations
  10. https://www.stack.com/a/heavy-bag-workouts
  11. https://seniorslifestylemag.com/health-well-being/punching-bag-workout-tips-for-senior-stress-relief/
  12. https://humblechallenger.com/punching-bag-workouts-women/
  13. https://www.stack.com/a/heavy-bag-workouts
  14. https://youtu.be/zDoKRPGue7M?t=329
  15. https://youtu.be/zDoKRPGue7M?t=62
  16. https://shortboxing.com/boxing-everyday/
  17. https://blog.ringside.com/why-hand-wraps-are-crucial-for-boxers/
  18. https://youtu.be/NBbGtIHJJGg?t=245
  19. https://fighterculture.com/punching-heavy-bag-without-gloves/
  20. https://expertboxing.com/the-perfect-boxing-stance
  21. https://www.muscleandfitness.com/workouts/workout-tips/knuckle-learn-how-throw-punch-pro/
  22. https://youtu.be/57bmoqH1Dxs?t=94
  23. https://youtu.be/r1x-LrAnS10?t=61
  24. https://youtu.be/PMT1wfXiwP8?t=349
  25. https://youtu.be/r1x-LrAnS10?t=149
  26. https://blog.ringside.com/bagwork-fundamentals/
  27. https://fighterculture.com/can-you-lose-weight-with-punching-bag/
  28. [v161103_b04]. 30 July 2019.
  29. https://fighterculture.com/punching-heavy-bag-without-gloves/


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How to Watch Star Wars on Command Prompt

This wikiHow teaches you how to watch an animated version of Star Wars rendered entirely in ASCII characters (by folks with a lot of free time) using the telnet command on your computer. As of 2021, the server hosting the ASCII version of Star Wars isn't online as much as it used to be, but don't worry—if you're really wanting to watch the ASCII-animated version of Star Wars, you can always view the java version on the original creator's website!

[Edit]Steps

[Edit]Windows

  1. Open the Command Prompt. The easiest way to do this is to press Windows key + S to activate the search bar, type , and then click Command Prompt in the search results.
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    • If you're not already connected to the internet, make sure you do so before you continue.
  2. Check to see if telnet is installed. Telnet is a tool used to make connections to remote servers. Because telnet isn't as widely used as it used to be (and more secure options exist), it no longer comes preinstalled on most Windows systems. To find out if you already have telnet:
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    • Type at the command prompt and press Enter.
    • If you see "Welcome to Microsoft Telnet Client" and a prompt that begins with , you already have telnet. For now, just type a and press Enter to quit telnet and return to the prompt.
    • If you see an error that says "'telnet' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file," you must install telnet.
  3. Install telnet if it's not installed. If you already have telnet, skip to the next step. If not, here's how you can easily install it:
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    • Right-click the Windows Start menu and select Apps and Features.[1]
    • Click Optional features in the right panel (under "Apps & features").
    • Scroll down and click More Windows features at the bottom.
    • Check the box next to "Telnet Client" and click OK.
    • Close and re-open the Command Prompt.
  4. Type at the prompt and press . This opens the telnet interface.
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  5. Type and press . "O" stands for "open," and this command tells telnet to open a connection. The command line will change to .
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  6. Type and press . This connects you to the server that hosts the Star Wars animation. After rolling some credits, the movie will begin!
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    • To stop the animation and exit telnet, press Ctrl + ].
    • If the server hosting the Star Wars animation is down, you will receive an error when trying to connect. Sadly, the server is not up as often as it used to be. If you see an error that says "Could not open connection to the host, on port 23: Connect failed," the server is not currently accepting connections. You can still watch the movie in your web browser at http://www.asciimation.co.nz/index.php.

[Edit]Mac

  1. Open Terminal on your Mac. An easy way to do this is to click the Launchpad icon on the dock (it's a rocketship icon on some versions of macOS, and multicolored squares on more recent versions), type , and then click the Terminal icon.[2]
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    • You can also open Terminal in Finder—just open the Applications folder, double-click the Utilities folder, and then double-click Terminal.
  2. Install Homebrew. As of macOS Mojave, telnet is no longer installed by default. To install it quickly and easily, you can use Homebrew. Here's how:
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    • If you're not already connected to the internet, make sure you do so before you continue.
    • Type this at the prompt: .[3]
    • Press Return.
    • Follow the on-screen instructions to install Homebrew.
  3. Type and press . This installs telnet on your Mac.
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  4. Type and press . This opens telnet.
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  5. Type and press . This is the command to open a Telnet connection (the "o" stands for "open").
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  6. Type and press . This opens a connection to the host that hosts the Star Wars animation. After some opening credits, the movie will begin to play.
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    • To stop the animation and exit telnet, press Ctrl + C.
    • Sadly, the Star Wars animation server is down a lot more often than it used to be. If you see an error that says "Could not open connection to the host, on port 23: Connect failed," the server is not currently accepting connections. You can still watch the movie in your web browser at http://www.asciimation.co.nz/index.php.

[Edit]Video

[Edit]Tips

  • If the server is down when you try to connect, try again later—it tends to go up and down.
  • The original creator of ASCII Star Wars began the project in 1997, and completed it in 2015.[4]Although the term "completed" isn't totally true—only about half of the original Star Wars movie is included in the animation.

[Edit]Related wikiHows

[Edit]Quick Summary



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Thursday, 21 October 2021

How to Dry Out a Phone Without Rice

If you've dropped your phone in liquid and need to dry it out, you've likely heard about submerging it in uncooked instant rice. But what if you don't have instant rice on hand? This wikiHow teaches you how to effectively dry out your wet phone when instant rice is not an option. Before using a drying agent like crystal cat litter, desiccant packets, instant oatmeal, or instant couscous, you'll need to power down your phone, remove any removable components, and remove as much liquid as you can with a clean cloth.

[Edit]Steps

[Edit]Before Using a Drying Agent

  1. Pull your phone out of the water immediately. Whether you’ve dropped your phone in the toilet, bathtub, or a lake, the first step is to get it out of the water ASAP. The longer you leave your phone in the water, the more water it will absorb, and the more potential for damage.[1]
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    • If the phone was plugged in to a charger when it got wet, unplug the charger from both the phone and the wall. Be extremely careful not to get any water near the wall socket or any other electrical devices.
    • Many modern smartphones, including all iPhones beginning with iPhone 7, are actually water-resistant.[2] However, some models can handle more water exposure than others. Even if your phone is water-resistant, you can still use these methods to dry your phone without harm. Each water-resistant phone has a special rating that describes how much water it can handle:
      • Phones with the IP68 rating can be submerged more deeply for a longer period of time.[3] iPhone XS, XS Max, all iPhone 11 models, all iPhone 12 models, Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, and Samsung Galaxy S20 FE are rated IP68, and can be submerged for up to 30 minutes at various depths.
        • iPhone XS/Max and iPhone 11 can be submerged in up to 2 meters of water.
        • iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max can handle being submerged in up to 4 meters of water.
        • All iPhone 12 models can be submerged up to 6 meters.
        • Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy S20 FE can be submerged in up to 1.5 meters of water.[4]
      • Phones rated IP67 (iPhone SE 2nd Generation, and all models of iPhone 7, 8, X, and XR) can be submerged in up to one meter of water.
  2. Power off the phone immediately. Don't try to open apps to see if it's working—just turn it off as quickly as possible.
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  3. Remove the case, battery, and other components. If there's a case on your phone, take it off right away. Then, if you have a removable battery (some phones still do), remove the battery cover and take the battery out. Remove your SIM card(s), as well as any SD cards.[5] Anything that remains connected to your phone can become damaged by water, as well as trap water inside.
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    • The interior components are crucial to the phone’s functions. If they get saturated with water, the phone won’t work.
  4. Use a lint-free towel to dry off as much as you can. Wipe every part of the phone with clean, dry, lint-free towel until you've removed all of the moisture that you can. If water is still dripping off, you could blow it away from the phone with your mouth or shake it back and forth. You should only rely on drying agents to remove residual moisture that’s worked its way into the components of your phone. Take your time—the more water you can remove with a cloth, the better off you'll be.
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    • If you don't have a lint-free towel (such as a microfiber rag or eyeglass cleaning cloth), you could use standard paper towels or wash cloths.
    • You could also shake the phone rapidly back and forth through the air.
  5. Suck additional water out with a vacuum. If you have access to a wet/dry vaccum like a Shop Vac, you can use it to suck additional water out of the phone.[6] Other vacuums may work—just makes sure the vacuum you use won't short out if it gets wet.
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    • An air compressor set to a low psi could also be helpful in the absence of a vacuum.[7] Just don't set the psi too high, as it could damage your phone.
    • If you have a can of compressed air, you can use it to blow water out of cracks and seams in the phone's exterior.
    • Do not use a blow dryer or place the phone in an oven. Excessive heat can damage your phone beyond repair.

[Edit]Select a Drying Agent

  1. Crystal-based cat litter. Crystal cat litter is made of silica gel—the same stuff that comes in those packets labeled "Do Not Eat" (more on those soon). Silica gel is extremely absorptive and will do an excellent job of pulling residual moisture out of a water-damaged phone. You can purchase crystal cat litter at nearly any grocery store or pet-supply shop.[8] Make sure to get a container that's at least 4 cups, or 1 to 2 quarts.
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    • Do not use any other type of cat litter. Clay-based or powdery litters will stick to your phone and turn it into a wet, clay-covered mess.
  2. Instant oatmeal. Instant oatmeal is more absorptive than regular rolled oats and more much absorptive than steel-cut oats.[9] If you already have instant oatmeal in your home cabinet, it may be the most effective substance you can use to dry your phone. Just be aware that if you use oatmeal to dry your phone components, you may end up with a phone covered in small, gooey bits of oatmeal dust. Purchase a container of unflavored instant oatmeal at your local grocery store.
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    • If you don't have instant oatmeal, regular rolled oats could be a decent (yet less effective) substitution. You may need to leave the phone in rolled oats for a day longer than instant oatmeal. Just don't try steel cut, as they take forever to absorb liquid.
  3. Synthetic desiccant packets. Synthetic desiccant packets are those packets that come in various commercial items including shoe boxes, dried foods (like beef jerky or spices), pill bottles, and electronics. Yes, the ones that say "Do not eat!" The packets are filled with highly absorptive silica beads (just like crystal cat litter), which will pull moisture out of your phone. You do not need to tear open the packets. Simply pile them up on top of your phone and let them pull the moisture out.
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    • This option will only work if you’ve been saving up silica gel packets in advance for several months, or have purchased bulk packets. One or two packets won't cut it—you'll need enough to cover your phone completely.
  4. Instant couscous pearls. It's important that if you try using couscous, you're using the instant variety—instant couscous (like instant rice) is pre-steamed, which makes it more porous and able to absorb moisture.[10] The small, dry grains will work similarly to instant rice, silica beads, and instant oatmeal to pull residual moisture out of your phone. You can buy instant couscous at any grocery store or supermarket.
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    • The larger sized couscous pearls (often called "Israeli couscous") won't get dust on your phone's components, and are large enough to not get stuck in any ports or openings. If you use standard couscous (the extremely small grains), you risk getting couscous stuck inside of your phone.
    • Be sure to purchase an unflavored and unseasoned variety of couscous.

[Edit]Using Your Drying Agent

  1. Place your phone and components in a sized container. If you’re going to cover your phone with a drying agent, you’ll need quite a bit of the substance you chose. So, look in your cabinets and pull out a large empty pitcher, a big mixing bowl, or a large saucepan. A clean, dry bucket will also work. Set all of the disassembled components of your phone into the bottom.
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    • You can leave out the phone plastic back cover, as it will air dry easily.
  2. Pour at least 4 cups (340 grams) of drying agent over your phone. Don’t be stingy with whatever drying agent you chose. You’ll need a substantial amount of it to pull the last remnants of water out of your phone’s electrical components.
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    • Put a lid over the container if you’re using an inedible drying agent like silica gel.
  3. Leave the phone in the container to dry for 2–3 days. It takes time for your phone to dry out to the point that it’s usable again. Let it sit in the drying agent for at least 48 hours.[11] If you pull the phone out prematurely, you’ll end up reassembling it with water still lodged inside.
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    • If you need to use your phone during this time, you could ask a friend if you can briefly borrow their phone—it's really important to wait this process out.
  4. Remove your phone from the drying agent after 48-72 hours. Depending on the drying agent you chose, your phone may be dusty or dirty now. Clean it off with a dry, lint-free cloth, and make sure there's no remaining moisture.
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    • If the phone is not dry, wait another 24 hours. Do not continue if the phone is still wet!
  5. Reassemble your phone and try turning it on. Once the phone is dry, reconnect the battery (if removable), and turn your phone back on. Try it first without the SIM and/or SD cards inserted. If it starts up okay, you can reinsert the SIM and/or SD cards.
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    • If the phone won’t turn on after you’ve dried it—or if it turns on but barely works or the screen has been damaged—you’ll need to take it to a professional phone-repair company.

[Edit]Tips

  • TekDry, which offers 30-minute phone drying, is a service available at various Staples stores around the United States. If TekDry doesn't revive your phone, you won't have to pay anything. See https://www.tekdry.com/find-a-store/ to find a Staples with TekDry in your area.
  • If you do not have a drying agent, leave your phone in a cool room with a fan blowing on it.
  • If you're using an Android, you may be able to open up the phone to expose its insides. In some cases, all you'll need to use is a fingernail—other models may require a small Phillips screwdriver, like you’d use for a pair of eyeglasses.

[Edit]References

[Edit]Quick Summary



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How to Put a Link in an Email

This wikiHow teaches you how to insert a hyperlink into an email message. When you create a hyperlink, you're making it so the recipient of your email can click the text of your choice to open a particular website. It's easy to add hyperlinks to email messages in nearly all email apps. Just keep in mind that the recipient of your message can only click the hyperlink if they are using an email app that supports hyperlinks. Fortunately, most email apps do!

[Edit]Steps

[Edit]Creating a Hyperlink on Gmail

  1. Go to https://mail.google.com in your computer's web browser. If you're already logged into Gmail, doing so will open your inbox. If not, log in when prompted.
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    • If you just want to add a clickable URL to your message and don't care about making it a hyperlink with specific text, simply copy the URL (press Ctrl + C on a PC or Command + C on a Mac), click the mouse where you want to insert the link, and then press Ctrl + V (PC) or Command + V (Mac) to paste.
    • It's not possible to add a hyperlink to an email message in the mobile Gmail app. You can, however, just type or paste the URL into the body of the message. Any full URL (beginning with https:// or https://) is clickable by default.
  2. Click . It's the button with a rainbow plus sign at the top-left corner of the page. This creates a new email message.
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    • If you want to insert a link into an email reply rather than in a new email, open the message you want to reply to, then click Reply at the bottom.
  3. Create your email message. If you're composing a new email, you'll want to enter the email address of the person you're writing, a subject line, and the body of your message. If you're replying to existing message, just type your message into the large typing area.
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  4. Select the hyperlink text. Click and drag your cursor across the text in the body that you wish to turn into a link. This highlights the text.
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  5. Click the "Insert link" icon. It's the chain link icon near the bottom of the new message, right between the paperclip and the smiley face. This opens the Edit Link window.
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    • You can also press Ctrl + K (Windows) or Command + K (Mac) to open the link window.
  6. Type or paste the URL you want to link to. This goes into the "Web address" field. Here's how you can easily copy an address and paste it into the field:
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    • Press Ctrl + T (Windows) or Command + T (Mac) to open a new browser tab.
    • Go to the exact site you want to link to. For example, if you want to link to a YouTube video, you'd go to youtube.com, search for the video, and then click it.
    • Highlight the address in the bar at the top of your browser—you can usually do this by clicking once in the address bar.
    • Right-click the highlighted address and select Copy.
    • Click the Gmail browser tab to return to your new message.
    • Right-click the field next to "Web address" and select Paste.
  7. Click . It's in the bottom-right corner of the window. This creates a link to the website you entered using the text you selected. When you send your email and the recipient opens it, they'll be able to click the linked text to open the website.
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[Edit]Creating a Hyperlink on Yahoo Mail

  1. Go to https://mail.yahoo.com in a web browser. If you're already signed in to your Yahoo Mail account, this will display your inbox. If not, follow the on-screen instructions to sign in now.
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    • If you just want to add a clickable URL to your message and don't care about making it a hyperlink with specific text, simply copy the URL (press Ctrl + C on a PC or Command + C on a Mac), click the mouse where you want to insert the link, and then press Ctrl + V (PC) or Command + V (Mac) to paste.
    • You can't add a hyperlink to an email message in the mobile Yahoo Mail app, but you can paste or type the URL into the body of the message. Any URL (beginning with https:// or https://) is clickable by default.
  2. Click the button. It's in the top-left corner of the page.
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  3. Enter the contents of your email. If you're composing a new email, you'll want to enter the email address of the person you're writing, a subject line, and the body of your message. If you're replying to existing message, just type your message into the large typing area.
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  4. Highlight the text you want to use as your hyperlink. Click and drag your cursor across the text in the body that you wish to turn into a link.
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  5. Click the chain link icon. It's at the bottom of the message between the smiley face and the "B" (bold). A tiny pop-up window will appear.
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    • You can also press Ctrl + K (Windows) or Command + K (Mac) to open the link window.
  6. Enter the URL. In the small pop-up, you'll see the text you highlighted in the first field. To create the hyperlink, you'll need to type or paste the URL you're linking to in the field just beneath it. It's the one that says inside. Here's how you can easily copy and paste the link into the field:
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    • Press Ctrl + T (Windows) or Command + T (Mac) to open a new browser tab.
    • Go to the exact site you want to link to. For example, if you want to link to a YouTube video, you'd go to youtube.com, search for the video, and then click it.
    • Highlight the address in the bar at the top of your browser—you can usually do this by clicking once in the address bar.
    • Right-click the highlighted address and select Copy.
    • Click the Yahoo Mail browser tab to return to your new message.
    • Right-click the second field and select Paste.
  7. Click the button. It's at the bottom of the small window. This adds the hyperlink to your email message. When you send your email and the recipient opens it, they'll be able to click the linked text to open the website.
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[Edit]Creating a Hyperlink on Outlook.com

  1. Go to https://www.outlook.com in your computer's web browser. If you're already logged into Outlook, this will open your Outlook inbox. If you're not signed in, you'll be prompted to do so now.
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    • If you just want to add a clickable URL to your message and don't care about making it a hyperlink with specific text, simply copy the URL (press Ctrl + C on a PC or Command + C on a Mac), click the mouse where you want to insert the link, and then press Ctrl + V (PC) or Command + V (Mac) to paste.
  2. Click . This rectangular button is in the upper-left corner of the page.
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    • If you'd rather reply to an existing message, just open that message and click Reply at the bottom instead.
  3. Enter the contents of your email. If you're composing a new email, you'll want to enter the email address of the person you're writing, a subject line, and the body of your message.
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    • If you're just replying to a message, simply type your response into the largest typing area.
  4. Select the hyperlink text. Click and drag your mouse cursor across the text in the body that you want to turn into a link.
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  5. Click the three horizontal dots in the formatting icon bar . At the bottom of your message, you'll see two sets of vertical dots—one is in the row of icons that are for formatting your email (the row begins with a paintbrush), and the second is in the row of icons that begins with the "Send" button. Click the first three dots.
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    • You'll know you're clicking the right icon when you hover your mouse cursor over it and see "More formatting options."
  6. Click the chain link icon. It's in the pop-up icon menu and looks like two overlapping circles.
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    • You can also press Ctrl + K (Windows) or Command + K (Mac) to open the link window.
  7. Enter the URL. In the "Insert link" window, you'll see the text you highlighted in the "Display as" field. To create the hyperlink, you'll need to type or paste the URL you're linking to in the field beneath it labeled "Web address (URL)." Here's how you can easily copy and paste the link into the field:
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    • Press Ctrl + T (Windows) or Command + T (Mac) to open a new browser tab.
    • Go to the exact site you want to link to. For example, if you want to link to a YouTube video, you'd go to youtube.com, search for the video, and then click it.
    • Highlight the address in the bar at the top of your browser—you can usually do this by clicking once in the address bar.
    • Right-click the highlighted address and select Copy.
    • Click the Outlook.com browser tab to return to your new message.
    • Right-click the "Web address (URL) field and select Paste.
  8. Click . It's at the bottom of the URL window. Your hyperlink now appears in the email message.
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    • When you send the email and your recipient opens it, they'll be able to click the link to open the website.

[Edit]Creating a Hyperlink in the Outlook Mobile App

  1. Open the Outlook app on your phone or tablet. It's the blue letter and envelope icon with an "O" in your app list.
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  2. Tap the New Message icon. It's the blue circle with a square and pencil inside. This creates a new email message.
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    • If you'd rather respond to an existing message, just open that message and tap Reply at the bottom.
  3. Enter the contents of your email message. If you're composing a new message, enter the email address of the recipient, as well as a subject line and the message body. If you're replying to an existing email, just type your message into the largest typing area.
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  4. Highlight the text you want to turn into a hyperlink. To do this, double-tap any of the words in the text, which will bring up selection bars on either side. Then, drag both selection bars until all of the words you want to select are highlighted. Once highlighted, a horizontal bar with options like "Cut" and "Copy" will appear.
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  5. Select on the horizontal menu bar. If you don't see it, tap the arrow on the right side to move to the next set of options. You should see it then.
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  6. Enter the URL. You'll see the text you selected in the "Text" field at the top of the "Add link" window. You'll want to type or paste the URL of the site you're linking to in the field beneath that, which is labeled "Link." The easiest way to do this is to copy and paste the URL. Here's how:
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    • Open your web browser and navigate to the site you want to link to.
    • Tap the address in the address bar to highlight it.
    • If you don't see a horizontal menu bar with the option to Copy, tap the highlighted text to bring it up.
    • Tap Copy.
    • Return to Outlook and tap the "Link" field.
    • Select Paste.
  7. Tap the checkmark to save. It's at the top-right corner. This adds the hyperlink to your message. When you send the message, the recipient will be able to click or tap the text you selected to visit the linked website.
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[Edit]Creating a Hyperlink in Apple Mail

  1. Open Apple Mail on your Mac. It's the envelope icon on your Dock and/or Launchpad.
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    • It's not possible to use your iPhone or iPad's Mail app to insert a hyperlink, but you can use Mail on your Mac.
    • While you can't add hyperlinks to an email in the Mail app on iPhone, you can add them to an email written from the desktop iCloud Mail site.
  2. Click the "Compose" icon. It's the square with a pencil in the Mail toolbar.[1]
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  3. Enter your email's information. This includes the recipient's email address in the "To" field, a subject in the "Subject" field (optional), and the email's body text in the area below the "Subject" field.
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  4. Select the hyperlink text. Click and drag your cursor across the text in the body that you wish to turn into a link. Doing this will highlight the text.
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  5. Click the icon. It's in the top-right corner of the window. Additional options will appear, including a "www" icon.
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  6. Click the icon. It's near the top-right side of the page. This opens a smaller pop-up window.
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  7. Type the URL into the "URL" field. The text you selected should appear in the top field. Now you'll need to enter the destination into the "URL" field. You can type it manually, or use these steps to paste it:
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    • Open Safari or your favorite web browser.
    • Go to the website you want to link to.
    • Highlight the address in the address bar.
    • Right-click the highlighted address and select Copy.
    • Return to the new mail message.
    • Right-click the "URL" field and select Paste.
  8. Click . This saves the hyperlink to your message. When you send the message, the recipient will be able to click or tap the text you entered to visit the web address.
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[Edit]Inserting URL Links on a Phone or Tablet

  1. Open your phone or tablet's email app. Most email apps don't have the option to add a real hyperlink—that is, you can't make it so someone clicks the words of your choice to visit a link. However, virtually all email apps do allow you to add regular links to email messages with a simple copy-and-paste.
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  2. Create or respond to a message. You can paste a URL into new messages or replies.
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  3. Enter the contents of your email. If creating a new message, type the email address of the person you're writing into the "To" field, and a subject into the "Subject" field. And whether creating a new message or replying, type the body of your message into the larger typing area.
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  4. Open your web browser. You can use Safari, Chrome, Samsung Internet, or any other browser.
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  5. Navigate to the website you want to link to. For example, if you want to link to a YouTube video, go to youtube.com and tap the video to open it.
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  6. Copy the address to your phone or tablet's clipboard. Here's how:
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    • Tap the URL in the address bar, which is at the top of the screen in most browsers. Some browsers may have an address bar at the bottom.
    • If you don't see a horizontal menu with options like "Copy" and "Paste," tap the highlighted URL to bring it up.
    • Tap Copy on the menu.
  7. Tap the location in your email message where you want to paste the link. You can do this anywhere in the body of your email, but not the subject. Just tap your finger to place the cursor anywhere in the text.
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  8. Tap and hold the cursor and select . This pastes the selected URL into the message. It should turn a different color and/or become underlined once pasted, as that indicates it's a link. Now the recipient can click or tap that link to visit the website.
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    • If you don't see the link change color or it isn't underlined, just press the Enter key to move to the next line. This should activate the link.

[Edit]Tips

  • You can also paste a copied link directly into the body of an email if you don't want to use a text-covered hyperlink.
  • Adding a hyperlink to an email can cause some email services to make the email as spam.

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