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Fitness not just about working out: Nargis Fakhri (Movie Snippet

"Being fit is not just about working out and looking good, it's about having a positive attitude, making the right fitness choices and participating in activities one enjoys," the 33-year-old said in a statement. Nargis will represent the brand for their Studio category, a unique and innovative line of products focussed on dance, aerobics and yoga designed especially for women. "I am looking forward to this association and hope to build a positive momentum for the brand and for women's fitness in India," said the actress. The brand's other brand ambassadors include ace cricketers M.S. Dhoni, Gautam Gambhir and Unmukt Chand; hockey majors Sandeep Singh and Sardar Singh; fitness trainers Piyush Pandey and Dheepesh Bhatt; and Bollywood actor John Abraham. <br>Source:

Fitness on demand

Having helped out with the development of Nikes popular fitness products, such as the Nike+ Kinect Training and Nike+ FuelBand, Blahnik indirectly confirmed in a series of tweets that he had taken up a job at Apple. Moreover, the renowned fitness instructor and consultant has since deleted details about his career from his public website, in what seems to suggest hes taken up an important project at Apple. Which bodes pretty well with rumors about the Cupertino giant developing a sensor-packed iWatch that puts a miniaturized computer on your wrist. The bad news is Apples iWatch probably wont be released until next year, as there havent been any solid leaks to suggest an unveiling by the end of 2013. The good news is that with a guy like Jay Blahnik aboard, Apple will probably make the best wearable gadget ever. FILED UNDER: <br>Source:

Growth of brain fitness industry prompts creation of new online memory checkup

Joining a group training session or recreational league is another way to stay motivated and fill your need for camaraderie and competition. Its also a golden opportunity to challenge yourself and achieve success in a new arena. Ive worked with several soccer players who took up recreational basketball and also a basketball player who joined a soccer league post-retirement. Striving for improvement in a brand new sport will remind you why you became an athlete in the first place. Bottom line, leaving a huge part of your life behind a time when you were highly successful on the field or court is really hard. Adjusting to a new lifestyle means overcoming mental and physical hurdles that all of your training and conditioning cannot prepare you for. <br>Source:

Fitness test candidate died in ambulance

Xaba said he did cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on Nxumalo but this was unsucessful. He then handed him over to his colleague, Lindokuhle Molefe. Nxumalo was in a critical condition in an ambulance stationed at a medical tent outside the stadium. When I opened the door at the back, the patient had defecated himself, he said. Xaba told the inquiry he checked Nxumalo's vital signs and discovered immediate CPR was required. <br>Source:

Staying In the Game – Redefining Fitness for Longevity

It also allows users to track their memory performance over time, so they can spot any unusual declines. Cogniciti is seeking to ride the popularity of the "brain fitness" wave, a burgeoning new industry that Max Workouts Shin Ohtake app for Iphone one market research company estimates will be worth $4 billion to $8 billion globally by 2020. The aging population and recent developments in neuroscience have made brain health a hot topic lately, especially as the "silver tsunami" of baby boomers heads toward retirement. Alvaro Fernandez, chief executive of California-based SharpBrains, said the brain fitness industry a which is comprised mostly of computer-based games that promise to improve your mental abilities a is already worth over $1 billion. Fernandez foresees a world where people will enlist the help of "brain fitness trainers" to sharpen their minds and athletes will be able to use tablets and smartphones to check whether they've suffered a concussion. <br>Source:

Famous Fitness Instructor Hired at Apple, Likely for iWatch Development

Itas for any age, any size, any fitness level.a As it turns out, it also helped Dawn McKay recover from a painful injury. An avid equestrian, the 54-year-old Fort Saskatchewan woman suffered debilitating back pain in March that left her bedridden for a time and unable to ride for months. During her recovery, her chiropractor suggested core-strengthening exercises, which eventually led her to Smithas studio. In May, she started going to classes two to three times a week and noticed a difference almost immediately. The spasms in her back lessened in both frequency and intensity, and soon disappeared altogether. <br>Source:

Barre fitness craze a business success story for ex-hockey player’s wife

The new equipment enables groups or individuals to take instructor-led fitness classes on demand. The kiosk is fully loaded with seven fitness genres and more than 40 unique courses. Class styles include dance, yoga, cycling, circuit training, kickboxing, step aerobics, cardio and core training. Once a user selects a style, it is projected onto a large screen and the virtual instructor begins leading the class. Class length varies from 20-50 minutes. "Though we have a great group fitness program here at Keesler, this equipment gives us an opportunity to expand," says Bill Jinske, sports and fitness director. Each month, more than 20 instructor-led group fitness classes are offered at Blake and Dragon Fitness Centers. <br>Source:

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