Will you fall over the fitness cliff on February 18?
CST, February 5, 2014 If you want to know how to get the biggest return on exertion in 2014, join the club or just stay in bed. “The overall trend in fitness these days is efficiency,” said Mark Beier, a fitness guru and creator of the quinoa-based Mark Bar (markbeier.com). “We just don’t have time to work out. We have busy lives, juggling work, family and friends, and we often struggle to fit working out into the equation.” These are some of the ways people are doing it in 2014. And, yes, lingering in bed is one of them.
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And, after all, why be like everyone else? Then, on February 19, mark February 20 as your new personal Fitness Cliff, and so forth. Each day that you extend your cliff by one day you will get that much closer to realizing your goals and accomplishing your resolutions. Its a lot further to get to the top from the bottom of the cliff than it is if you just keep on climbing. Finally, for members that feel they are at-risk of falling off the cliff, Golds Gym is opening its doors free to the public on the day of the Fitness Cliff (February 18th) and encouraging consumers to renew the fitness resolutions they made in the new year through this free day of fitness.
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Apple looking to hire experts to help create fitness products
metabolic cart, etc.) usage issues. The role will need to apply relevant knowledge to the design of products and their testing/validation through user studies. What http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm type of product could Apple be cooking p90X3 workouts up? A few candidates come to mind, but a smartwatch is certainly near the top of the list. The much-rumored iWatch would be a logical choice to record and track your health and fitness, especially as you walk, jog, or exercise.
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