Reebok launches online fitness community, fitness app

Fitness Marketing Virtuoso Reveals How to Open and Operate a Multiple Six Figure Generating Personal Training Studio

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We believe people make the most of their activities when theyre motivated, so thats why we created the Reebok Fitness app. With over 200 workouts, the app gives people the chance to try new activities and plan a varied workout program in a few quick steps. We believe that mixing up your workouts and trying new activities will help you realize your full potential. Reebok is dedicated to empowering people to be fit for life. The brand wants to inspire people to get moving and is passionate about helping people lead a healthy and active lifestyle. To find out more information and to register for ReebokONE, please visit http://www.reebok.com/ReebokONE .
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My point is to impress upon personal trainers out there that Ive spent years in the trenches, and Ive successfully created and sold personal training studios and I can help every personal trainer out there do the same. Fitness Studio Formula teaches personal trainers the steps it takes to open a studio, dominate their specific market, and earn six or even seven figures with their fitness business. The comprehensive new fitness business blueprint includes a collection of business, marketing, and legal courses that teach personal trainers everything they need to know to set up and start profiting off their new business. Fitness Studio Formula features an in-depth look at the challenges that most personal trainers face and how to overcome them. The most common issues that personal trainers have when contemplating how to start their own fitness studio are money, time, and not knowing which business aspects to focus on first.
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Life Time Fitness Announces Planned Retirement of Chief Financial Officer

“I want to thank Mike for his leadership and many contributions as an invaluable member of our executive leadership team,” said Bahram Akradi, chairman, president and chief executive officer. “During his tenure, we have achieved many significant financial milestones, including an increase in revenue from $200 million to more than $1 billion, an initial public offering in 2004 and market capitalization in excess of $2 billion. Additionally, Mike’s proven leadership and track record in overseeing the Company’s accounting and finance functions has been critical in support of the healthy way of life organization Life Time has become.” As a result of the announced planned change, Life Time will initiate a search for a new chief financial officer. “I am proud to be a part of the Life Time team alongside so many talented and dedicated individuals,” said Robinson.
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Do’s and don’ts for DIY skin care

Indian Spices For Skin Care

Tea can deliver antioxidants and caffeine to the skin better than, say, crushed blueberries. White tea has the highest levels of both. Recipes including papaya and kiwi fruit will exfoliate skin without over-drying it. While papaya is a little safer on the skin, both make skin cells less sticky. The best dairy to use in any DIY beauty treatment is yogurt. Yogurt delivers enough lactic acid to treat skin, and is used in anti-aging recipes and keratosis pilaris treatments. Bananas have no effect on the skin, but it’s a useful tool to ease the spread of helpful ingredients like honey, olive oil or aloe on your face.
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Recipes including papaya and kiwi fruit will exfoliate skin without over-drying it. While papaya is a little safer on the skin, both make skin cells less sticky.

From organic herbs to Indian spices, these ingredients when applied on the face helps get rid of skin problems like acne and blemishes. For those of you who have sensitive skin, we have tons of natural remedies for you too! Make a homemade face mask and get rid of your skin worries. Today, we have enlisted 10 best Indian spices for skin care. These Indian spices for skin care will provide the best result in the most natural way possible. Some of these Indian spices can be mixed with either water, fresh yogurt or rose water to help you make a smooth face pack.
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FBISD’s Child Nutrition Dept offers Aug dates to help families register for 2013-2014 school meal programs

Tanzania: Nutrition Experts Warn Against Unprofessional Diet Regimes

All students, regardless of their meal status (Paid, Reduced-Priced or Free), will have a PIN number that will be activated at their campus. Payments on Accounts All FBISD cafeteria managers will be available to accept payments to individual student accounts on Monday, August 19; Wednesday, August 21; and Friday, August 23 from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Students who accompany their parents/guardians may also visit with the cafeteria manager and verify their PIN numbers. New students should visit their schools registrar to obtain their PIN number.
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The doctor said that for the moment TFNC has no mandate to stop business minded people from selling the diet regimes without professional ethics and that the Tanzania Food and Drug Authority (TFDA) had the mandate. “The centre is currently working on reviewing the law that we had since the early 70s. When the law was passed, we didn’t have civil society organisations and non- governmental organisations (NGOs) dealing with nutrition and so coordinating them is very difficult without new legislation,” she explained. Until the ‘Sunday News’ went to press, the TFDA Public Relations Officer, Ms Gaudensia Simwanza who was contacted for comment had not responded to the questions that had been forwarded to her. Mr Jackson Mushi, a pharmacy owner in Mwenge area admitted that he sells diet regimes in his pharmacy for 5,000/-, standing his ground that he was doing nothing illegal. He said that anything connected to weight loss sold like hot cake at his shop and that as long as TFDA and other authorities hadn’t issued a warning, he was going to continue selling them.
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Health insurance premiums rise faster than wages

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Employers are also trying to control costs by offering wellness programs. Some 26% of large firms with more than 200 workers and 10% of smaller firms have a wellness program, with the most popular being flu shots and vaccinations. Obamacare out-of-pocket cost confusion Health insurance costs and availability vary widely by size of firm and share of low-wage workers within the company. Among companies with 50 or more workers, 93% offer health benefits. Firms of this size will have to provide affordable insurance to workers starting in 2015, under the Affordable Care Act .
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Health Reform Turning U.S. Into Part-Time Nation

The new health-reform law defines a full-time worker as one who works on average 30 or more hours per week. Those workers must be given health-care coverage or the employer faces government fines and penalties. As a result, the U.S. workforce is restructuring toward 29-ers, companies and economists report, or employees working just under that threshold. An estimated 1,200 companies and a growing number of unions have either sought or won temporary waivers from health-reform mandates.
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