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(NewsUSA) - If we all had Leo DiCaprio's millions, we too could spend a small fortune powering our mansions with solar panels without having to worry whether the investment would ultimately wind up cutting our energy bills or not. But we don't have Leo's millions. (Sigh.)
Jake Fischer did not know it then, but Arizona’s 42-19 win over Boston College in the AdvoCare V100 Bowl would be his final football game. Fischer knew making an NFL roster was unlikely, but he did not know he would not even get a chance.
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(BPT) - Each week, the average person spends between 10 and 20 hours doing yard work and other tasks around the home, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. While necessary, these routine tasks don’t exactly fit neatly into today’s busy, on-the-go lifestyles, which is why technology is stepping in.
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(BPT) - By now you’ve abandoned your plan to eat a healthier breakfast and spend an hour at the gym every day. Across the country, self-improvement resolutions have fallen by the wayside. Instead of succumbing to guilt and frustration over what you might not do this year, why not focus your energy on a goal that’s achievable at any time of year – financial fitness?
Often times the difference, in fitness, between success and failure is a motivating factor. That motivating factor is the power source that gives a person the necessary emotional tools to achieve goals that were previously unachievable. Sometimes the motivating factor is when a person steps on a scale for the first time in months and sees a number they never EVER wanted to see. Sometimes that factor is a doctor’s warning about health concerns. Sometimes it is caused by bumping into an old flame or the heartbreaking moment when you tear out the butt of your favorite pair of jeans.
Christian Fought helps train Missy and Mindy at Anytime Fitness. The two women keep each other motivated to achieve their goals.
Get In A Workout. Get On With Your Life. It is that simple. Residents of Marana agree, Anytime Fitness Twin Peaks is the most convenient, cost efficient, and friendly gym in Northwest Tucson. What they have managed to do is create a facility that specifically caters to each individual member. The gym is growing and members are getting results. Here is why.
Gym Manager Dylan Barry and Fitness Director Christian Fought.
Knowing you need to change your lifestyle and doing something about it creates anxious moments for some. It’s called “the fear factor” and for those of us of a certain age, it dates back to high school - physical education class. I hated it. Especially the pull-ups and the jeering classmates betting I couldn’t even make five of them.
Get In A Workout. Get On With Your Life. Residents of Marana are now being given the perfect facility for busy people to get some much-needed exercise. One of the nation’s largest franchises, with over 2,000 gyms worldwide, has opened a brand new 6,500-square-foot facility on Twin Peaks and Coachline. The gym has all the amenities of a large box gym with a home gym feel – minus the ringing house phone, doorbell, hungry sons and daughters, and other commonplace distractions. Get In A Workout. Get On With Your Life.
The new Anytime Fitness location is celebrating its grand opening this month.
New business startups in Oro Valley have continued to populate the town during the past year, opening a number of specialized services businesses despite a slow economy that’s blanketed the country.
“I don’t like the word senior, and I never use it unless it has something to do with a discount.”
As the 2012-year drew to a close, Catherine Reynolds and Erin Brittain were named the co-winners of the Anytime Fitness Challenge.
On Jan. 1, Anytime Fitness locations at Oracle and Magee and on Dove Mountain will be sponorsing a competitive 5K race on New Year’s Day.
Well, the challenge is officially over. I cannot believe how fast the year went! I have really enjoyed seeing the transformation in my body, and in my eating habits. I have made a lifestyle change for life! I feel so good, that I will never go back to my old ways. I want to encourage anyone who is struggling with getting fit and healthy. Just give yourself a year and do it! Commit to exercising and eating healthy and find some accountability. Give a gift to yourself and get a trainer, even if it is to just get started. Join a gym and get ideas from those working out around you. Get your spouse or a friend to join you. I never imagined how good I would feel, and after a year, working out is not easy but definitely more enjoyable.