Orangetheory Fitness to open in Garwood
Listed Thursday on Apple’s job site but since taken down, the ad was p90X3 seeking a “User Studies Exercise Physiologist” to put in 40 hours a week at Apple headquarters in Santa Clara Valley. As quoted below from the ad, Apple is looking for people who not only are knowledgeable about cardiovascular fitness but can put that knowledge toward the design of products. Design and run user studies related to cardiovascular fitness & energy expenditure, including calories burned, metabolic rate, aerobic fitness level measurement/tracking and other key physiological measurements. Candidate will be knowledgeable about the physiological effects being measured and how to avoid potential inaccuracy and experimental error due DOE flaws and/or reference monitor (i.e. metabolic cart, etc.) usage issues.
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Fitness focus for Toronto chamber
The success of our program speaks for itself when you see our contestants and members. The 6-Week Weight Loss Challenge has become a celebrated aspect of opening our new studio locations, and its the perfect way to experience amazing results, with the added bonus of a chance at a cash prize. A results-focused workout like no other Orangetheory Fitness uses heart-rate-monitored interval training and short bursts of exercise to maximize caloric burn. The group classes are taught by certified instructors http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm and change constantly no two workouts are the same. Each session includes both cardiovascular and strength training.
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Working out can relieve tensions.” Shaffer said there are “good” carbohydrates and “bad” carbohydrates, and it matters which ones a person chooses to eat. She said the most productive exercise regimen includes periods of intense exercise alternating with periods of “cooling down.” She said exercise also helps mental health as well. “I had a problem with anxiety” Shaffer said. “(Exercise) is something that’s helped me with that.” Shaffer also said building up muscles around problem areas can help lessen pain and promote healing.
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