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Muscle Beach To Celebrate Historic 75th Anniversary
Muscle Beach, the venue that served as the foundational launch point for the multibillion dollar fitness industry, will celebrate its 75th anniversary on July 4, 2009 at Muscle Beach, Venice California. Multinational Brands, Inc., parent company of the recently launched Muscle Beach fitness club chain , will be one of many sponsors of this historic event celebrating the birthplace of fitness.
The fitness movement began in 1933 on a beach in Santa Monica, California. At this oceanfront setting, both men and women gathered to share their love of exercise. They performed various maneuvers, including gymnastics, acrobatics, ballet, pyramid building, and weight training. These activities eventually led to modern day exercise techniques and what is now known as fitness. This legendary, beachfront venue came to be known as Muscle Beach.
As the performances became more advanced, the public took notice and soon Muscle Beach was drawing thousands of shalombeginnings.com spectators. It eventually became a mecca for exercise enthusiasts from all over the world, many of whom went on to become famous fitness personalities, such as Jack LaLanne, Joe Gold, Steve Reeves, Joe Weider, and Harold Zinkin. It also became a hot spot to many of Hollywood’s best known stars, such as Kirk Douglas, Clark Gable, Jane Mansfield, Mae West, and Jane Russell.
The popularity of Muscle Beach grew to such an extent that a similar location also offering outdoor weightlifting was constructed two miles north in Venice, where the Muscle Beach Hall Of Fame is now located. The celebration will include fitness legends, celebrities, dignitaries, Hall Of Famers, and fitness industry representatives. The Muscle Beach fitness club chain invites everyone who loves fitness to join them in Venice California on July 4th to celebrate this monumental milestone, one that no other fitness entity has ever achieved.
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About Muscle Beach
Muscle Beach, the flagship brand of Multinational Brands, Inc., is based on the legendary venue that shalombeginnings.com served as the foundational launch point for the multibillion dollar fitness industry. It’s where fitness legends Harold Zinkin, Jack LaLanne, Joe Gold, Steve Reeves, Joe Weider, and many others, got their start. Its long legacy, deep lineage, storied history, and legendary reputation, have earned it unprecedented recognition, respect, and prestige. The brand was founded by Daniel Tschirret, BSBA, MBA, a 40 year fitness industry veteran, who is currently building it into the most globally dominant fitness club chain of all time.
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Originally posted 2013-09-28 18:26:46.
The high-tech manufacturing industry produces millions of products that seek to offer various industries with greater efficiency, productivity and convenience. However, electronics including computers contain toxic materials, posing a threat to the environment particularly when improperly disposed.
Televisions, EKG monitors, lab analyzer, computers among other types of electronic equipment contain hazardous materials such as lead, mercury, cadmium, chlorinated plastics (PVC) and brominated flame retardants. The solutions for computer recycling to ensure safe and legal ways of disposing the redundant computer equipment include:
· Charity donation
The organization can consider donating the computers to a local school or charity. This can go a long way in generating greater benefits to the under privileged people. Making donations also serve as a good public relations for the organization. However, as a result of significant funding from the government the appetite for second-hand computers is on the decline. As a result, most organizations choose to export the donated equipment to Eastern Europe and Africa.
· Trickle Down Policy
In the trickle down policy, a computer that is redundant but still functions can be reused in a different department. This is a standard practice; as a result, many of the organizations are using the policy. The benefits of this policy include: maximum gains are derived from the possible life of working the computer; can get the ideal opportunity of reformatting the computer hard drive considering it is for internal use; and it is an environmentally friendly policy.
The disadvantages with the trickle down policy include: the data in the computer needs to be removed before redeploying the machine; the machine should be tested for safety once it is redeployed; the end-of-life and non-working equipment will need to be disposed; and the end-of-life machine will have no or little residual value.
· In-house staff sales
The IT department within the organization needs to [...] Continue Reading…
Originally posted 2013-06-05 06:58:22.
When we decided that I would stay at home with the kids, I made it my mission to cut our budget as much as possible. One area that I spent a lot of focus on was saving money on food.
How could I lower our food budget without eating beans and rice for dinner everyday? I’ve tried many things – coupons (they just don’t work for us because we avoid most of those foods), buying in bulk, menu planning – and figured out what worked for us and what didn’t.
Photo credit: Lori L. Stalteri
I thought I’d share them with you in case you’re trying to trim the fat. (Pun is so intended. Sorry, couldn’t help it).
I began doing this after reading the Tightwad Gazette. I took an inventory of everything in my pantry and put it on paper. If something got low, I replaced it. It’s that simple. Any meals I plan are based off of items already in the pantry so that I don’t need to go buy new stuff, unless it’s something I think should become a regular item.
I do like to check grocery store flyers and see if what I’m getting low on is on sale somewhere, but I usually know which stores have the cheapest items because I buy the same things over and over.
Buying in Bulk
This initially began with shopping at Costco. Buying in bulk can save you a lot of money, BUT, you need to have a plan. I know many people who tell me they can’t spend less than a couple hundred dollars there because they buy stuff they don’t need.
If that’s the case, you need to go in with a list and stick to that list or stop shopping at Costco, especially when you’re hungry. By having a plan when I [...] Continue Reading…
Originally posted 2013-04-02 12:36:55.