Functional to Fashionable Fitness Threads

However, you can just as easily slide on a pair of trendy, seasonal boots. When it is chilly outside, I like to slip on neutral-colored faux fur boots over black athletic capri pants. If it is rainy or snowy outside, I would recommend a pair of flirty, pattern-inspired galoshes as a playful alternative. In warmer weather, it’s fun to rock a pair of funky ballet flats with solid-colored, tapered stretch pants. Lately I have been loving the new chic spin on an ever-classic hoodie. Whether I’m throwing on a cowl neck or asymmetrical zip-up hoodie, I put it over a vintage burnout long sleeve making it easy to peel off right before I hit the weights. Another favorite wardrobe piece are yoga wraps.
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Zumba® Fitness Training at Your Home in the Hamptons

IHG had previously announced two locations for EVEN Hotels in New York City, one in the Garment District and one near Grand Central Station. Those are slated to open in 2015, said Kirk Kinsell, president of the Americas for IHG. Kinsell said the Rockville and Norwalk locations likely will be ready by the first half of 2014. He hopes to open more locations in major cities such as San Francisco and Washington, D.C. “We won’t stop there,” he said of the four announced locations.
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Personal Trainers Around the Country Learn How to Get More Fitness Boot Camp Clients with the Help of Fitness Marketing Expert, Bedros Keuilian

One-on-one or small group sessions. – Weight Loss Zumba dance fitness with European-American Artist/Zumba Dancer KINGA will give you spectacular results. Zumba Fitness Trainer Call me at 516-410-4773 for more information. Zumba With Kinga Official Web Site Zumba with Kinga in the Hamptons Long Island New York is available for Zumba dance fitness classes, Zumba master classes, Zumba gigs, Zumba special events, Zumba charity benefit fundraiserws, Zumba private/corporate parties in the hamlets and villages in the town of Southampton including Westhampton Beach, West Hampton Dunes, Westhampton, Quogue, Quiogue, East Quogue, Riverside, Flanders, Hampton Bays, Shinnecock Hills, North Sea, Southampton, Water Mill, Bridgehampton, Sagaponack, Sag Harbor as well as in the hamlets and villages in the town of East Hampton including Sag Harbor, Wainscott, East Hampton, Northwest Harbor, Springs, Amagansett, Montauk.
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Cardiac arrest more common at ice arenas than gyms

Designed to give those running a personal training business insight as to how the perfect sales presentation should occur, How to Close 9 Out of 10 Clients teaches important skills like how to overcome common sales objections, sell larger fitness training packages, and set prices and packages for maximum results and profits. See, marketing is everything you do to get leads and prospects to call, email, and come into your facility, says Keuilian. Selling is what converts leads and prospects into loyal paying clients, and the secret to massive success is to become a better closer. How to Close 9 Out of 10 Clients is available now at for anyone who wants to learn better sales techniques in order to sell more personal training and grow their fitness business. About Bedros Keuilian Bedros Keuilian is the founder of the fitness marketing blog used by thousands of personal trainers worldwide, and president of the world’s fastest growing indoor fitness boot camp franchise, Fit Body Boot Camp.
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IHG’s new EVEN fitness hotel brand hits the suburbs

Based on those data, the researchers found that a fitness club’s employees can expect to respond to one cardiac arrest every 42 years. That compares to one case every 11 years at a tennis facility, one case every 13 years at an ice arena and one case every 27 years in a bowling alley. Dr. Stephen Meldon, vice chair of the Cleveland Clinic’s Emergency Services Institute, said those facilities with higher rates may want to consider getting AEDs and training their staff in cardiopulmonary resuscitation – or CPR, which increases a cardiac arrest victim’s chance of survival by moving blood around until a defibrillator is used. “If you look at the annualized rates, they’re still not remarkably frequent, but at the same time one life is worth one life,” Meldon, who wasn’t involved with the new study, said. Page and his colleagues found that 83 percent of cardiac arrests at fitness and health centers were treated with CPR and publicly accessible AEDs, compared to 25 percent at the other sports facilities and community centers.
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