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Nintendo Wii Fitness Board – Cheap Nintendo Wii Fit Deals

Posted on October 21st, 2014
The new fitness gadget from Nintendo is selling like hot cake and anyone trying to buy it lately know how hard it is to buy Nintendo Wii Fit. The shelves destined for it in stores all over the US are empty and if you find one you might consider yourself very lucky. So, what’s the buzz? This is not a product for kids but for grown-ups because it provides one of the best alternative to the gym. To be more precise, the Nintendo Wii Fit is in fact a wireless fitness board, just a little larger ...
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How to Start a Pet Transportation Business

Posted on October 20th, 2014
Pet Transportation Services are needed as the number of pets in the U.S. has grown tremendously over the past few decades. According to the U.S. Pet ownership and Demographics sourcebook, there are an estimated 60 million dogs and 70 million cats in American homes today. Apart from that, households which own pets have been recorded to spend 36% more in 2001 as compared to 1996. With this, owning a business that caters to the pet market, including a pet transportation service has lots ...
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House Cleaning - The Professional Business

Posted on October 19th, 2014
Most people get into house cleaning to earn some extra money. You may have family, friends and neighbors as your regular clients. Are you ready and motivated to take your part-time business to the next level? Growing any business takes time and patience. And if you have a loyal client base now, set aside a portion of your gross revenue for advertising, custom business forms and your own products and equipment. Expanding your business also takes planning. How can you start getting new clients ...
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L-tyrosine and Your Health

Posted on October 18th, 2014
L-tyrosine is a protein that the body produces from phenylamine, thus making it a non-essential amino acid. L-tyrosine is available from natural foo sources including: - cottage cheese - yogurt - cheese - milk - bananas - lima beans - turkey - peanuts - avocados - almonds - pumpkin seeds - sesame seeds L-Tyrosine supplementation is especially needed among hard training athletes and obese or those significantly overweight. Low levels of l-tyrosine have bee associated with low body temperature, ...
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Seven Reasons for Not Starting Your Own Business

Posted on October 17th, 2014
To start your own business you must have a lot going for you. To start with your hands tied behind your back is foolhardy. Check your situation against the following reasons for not becoming an entrepreneur. Can you do without such support and security as your employer's economies of scale, complementary support system of fellow workers and such benefits as health care, vacations and status? Are these enough reasons to abandon your quest to strike out on your own? 1. Desiring to be your own ...
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Best Tips for Fitness Success

Posted on October 16th, 2014
Have you always wanted to start a fitness regimen but you didn’t know where to begin? If this scenario sounds familiar to you, than you are like thousands of other people; many people want to lose weight and lead a healthier lifestyle yet they don’t quite know where to start. In this article, I will provide a few tips which guarantee fitness success. The main problem when starting an exercise regimen is commitment. You will never commit to a fitness regimen if you are unhappy with what you ...
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Ocular Nutrition And Eye Health

Posted on October 14th, 2014
Understanding ocular nutrition and eye health can be one of the ways to support your vision. As early as age 30, our eyes and vision can begin to deteriorate. Wind, dust, chlorine fumes, automobile fumes, smoking, freezing temperatures and physical injury are examples of threats to healthy eyes and good vision. Long hours spent at a computer screen and the vibration from driving have a cumulative negative impact on eye health over time. Healthy vision is related to the health of the individual ...
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How to Sell Fitness (a Guide for Personal Trainers)

Posted on October 13th, 2014
If you've been a personal trainer for any length of time then you know that you need to know how to sell fitness if you really want to be successful as a personal trainer. In this report I'm going to uncover the truth about objections, what they really mean, and why some fitness professionals get them all the time. I'll get right to the point: 99 times out of 100 an objection is really an issue of value - or lack thereof. The three most common objections you probably get are: I need to think ...
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Good Fences Make Good Neighbors in Business and Life

Posted on October 12th, 2014
Copyright 2005 Anne Alexander If you say "yes" to most things that come your way, you may be a nice person, but you're probably not a very happy one. Establishing good boundaries is a big challenge for many people. And it is an essential time management skill for creating a successful professional life. Here are a couple of key tools for establishing healthy and effective boundaries: - Set specific periods of every day when you take calls and answer email. Don't become a slave to email, the ...
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Moderate weight loss can earn good health benefits

Posted on October 10th, 2014
Moderate weight loss can earn good health benefits It is not compulsory to shed enormous weight for a good health gain. Moderate weight loss brings healthy news to your body. Even before you achieve the set goal, you begin to reap the benefits. If you are obese, try to lose the first 10 kg and see how it positively affects your body and mind. Mortality •20% fall in total mortality •30%fall in diabetes related deaths •40% fall in obesity related cancer deaths Blood Pressure •Fall of ...
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