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Sony VAIO Fit 14

Introduction

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Specifications

For full specifications see the Sony VAIO Fit 14 specifications page.

NameSony VAIO Fit 14
ProcessorIntel Pentium Processor 987 (1.50 GHz)
Screen14 inch wide (WXGA: 1366 x 768) TFT colour display (LED backlight)
RAMUp to 8GB
HDD500 GB 5400 rpm
Optical DriveDVD SuperMulti Drive
GraphicsIntel HD Graphics
Network1000BASE-T/100BASE-TX/10BASE-T x 1
IEEE 802.11b/g/n

Linux Compatibility

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TouchPadNot Tested
Suspend/ResumeNot Tested

Notes

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Summary

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Discussion

andrebyagi, 2015/06/19 03:29

Man says one day of p90x sent him to the emergency room Lombardi says he has“Always been an athlete”And that he didn't wander recklessly into the program.Instead,he says he wanted to try p90x to help lose the 20 pounds he had gained while developing college spun.After completing only half of the first day of workouts,lombardi said he woke up the next morning feeling sore and ill. “If you've done p90x,then you know that the first day(Chest back)Is really,really difficult,”He writes. “You're asked to do push ups,then pull ups,then push ups,then pull ups.I lost count of my how many of each i did but it was a lot.Eventually,my muscles just shut down. “Despite the pain,he decided to try day two of the program.Instead,he found himself back in bed.On the third day,he describes using the bathroom and being shocked when his urine”Looked like coca cola. “After a quick web search,lombardi guessed he was experiencing rhabdomyolysis.The national institutes of health describes the condition as”The breakdown of muscle fibers that leads to the release of muscle fiber contents(Myoglobin)Into the bloodstream.Myoglobin is harmful to the kidney and often causes kidney damage. “The condition is commonly brought on by excessive physical activity and results when excessive toxins are releasedInto the bloodstream.So,why did lombardi end up in the hospital when thousands of other individuals,many without a background in athletic activity,have a positive experience with p90x?Several experts warn that jumping into p90x,or any intense workout routine,without taking proper precautions poses a wide array of risks.Of course,like any other trendy exercise program,p90x is not without its critics.In a youtube Video,dr.Jarod carter,a doctor of physical therapy,jokes that the program has been great for his business,by increasing the number of patients who come to him with lower back pain resulting from p90x. “I see a lot of people trying to do,or being asked to do,abdominal exercises that their abs are simply not strong enough to actually do,”He says in the Video. “I'll be honest p90x has a number of 'warnings' about what strenuous exercise can do to your body,”Lombardi wrote. “But if i'd specifically known about rhabdomyolysis,i don't think i'd have ever even taken the plunge. “Lombardi then checked himself into an emergency room,where he says the levels of toxins in his bloodstream were literally off the charts. “My blood test came back with a cpk(Creatine phosphokinase)Level of over 16,800(The max they can test for),”He wrote. “Normal CPK levels,I was told,usually run between 10 200 micrograms per liter.These levels are a huge indicator of severe rhabdomylolysis. “Doctors hooked him up to an IV,Lombardi wrote,and he spent the next several days under observation while doctors waited for the toxicity levels in his bloodstream to return to normal. Going forward,he was told to approach future exercise routines with caution. “My two biggest takeaways from the entire ordeal? You can't put your muscles through a strenuous workout without leading up to it,and you need to recognize when you're body is telling you that there is something wrong,”Lombardi writes. “The first could have killed me,while the second may have saved me. “Yahoo news originalsthese oscar nominated movies saved millions of dollars through tax credit giveaways 'anti gay' or 'religious freedom'?Veto of controversial bill sparks reaction on twitter most americans disappointed in obama: poll For Obama and Boehner,just maybe,a way forward Obama launches 'My Brother's Keeper' to help young minority men Long Life Expectancy (Video)Arizona battles gay rights(Gallery) Arizona governor vetoes controversial anti gay,'religious freedom' bill Obama administration wants to hold onto NSA phone data for longer,citing lawsuits Meet the Woman Who Iced and Served Cake to Strangers During NYC Subway Ride

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