Finished 70.3 Miles of swimming, biking, and running in 6:16
April 23, 2013 // Category: Fitness Advisor
When it comes to connecting, Twitter is one of the fastest ways to share and receive information. In 140 characters you can connect with friends, experts, celebs and your favorite brands. In the health and fitness world, Twitter is a hot bed of great info and advice, but not all Tweeters are created equal. That's why we've compiled a list (that’s really just scratching the surface) of ten great accounts to follow:
1. @BornFitness - Adam Bornstein is the former editorial director of Livestrong.com and former fitness editor of Men’s Health. He tweets quick fitness advice, tips and articles and encourages his followers to ask questions so he can help them live healthy and strong.
March 13, 2013 // Category: Events
It’s that time of year again. Plane tickets have been purchased, there are no hotel rooms left within five miles of Mandalay Bay and you’re feverishly scheduling every moment of March 19-22 to get in as many seminars, product demos and drinks with old friends as possible.
It’s IHRSA 2013.
Here at Life Fitness, the tradeshow team has spent the last year preparing every detail of the Life Fitness booth, striving to top new unprecedented expectations of Life Fitness as a result of last year’s “best Life Fitness IHRSA of all time” in 2012.
January 08, 2013 // Category: Fitness Advisor
If you haven’t heard of Pinterest yet, it’s a social media site that functions as an online pin board where you can post images of favorite things like recipes, clothing, quotes and more on personal “boards”. While Pinterest is great for sharing beautiful things, you can also use it for motivation and support for your goals—like the one you have to live healthy. Whether you’re already pinning away, or want to join, try creating these four boards to kick your fitness goals into gear.
Healthy Recipes. Pin healthy recipes for meals, snacks and desserts from bloggers, nutritionists or fitness professionals. Resolve to make a few of the recipes each week and reduce the number of times you eat out. Use Pinterest to discover creative ways to limit the amount of calories you consume and eat healthier, more whole foods.