Hunova, the first robotic gym for the rehabilitation and functional motor sense evaluation of lower limbs and trunk, has been officially launched in Genoa, Italy. The first 30 robots will be available from June in Europe and the USA. The technology was developed and patented at the IIT laboratories and has been launched on the market thanks to a 10 million euro investment from entrepreneur Sergio Dompè.
Hunova is a programmable robotic medical device that allows professionals in the geriatrics, neurology and sport rehabilitation field to cure and predict many neurological and orthopedic conditions. There are two main competitive advantages of this technology: Hunova is able to collect a significant amount of data on biomechanics, constantly monitoring the patient’s progress. Secondly, it provides direct support to the patient through a guiding robotic system, offering a wide range of rehabilitation protocols in the form of video games. It consists of two electromechanical platforms equipped with sensors, characterized by two degrees of freedom (feet and seat level). The device integrates the force sensors to adjust the interaction with the patient and a wireless sensor, which is placed on the patient’s trunk, allowing the physiotherapist to check the movement of the torso.
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While January 1 is the traditional day millions announce their New Year’s Resolutions, research shows only 8% of Americans achieve success. For the fifth year, Life Time, is aiming to help people rethink resolutions and instead make a true, internal commitment to themselves to living a healthy way of life by participating in the Commitment Day 5K Fun Run and Walk. Held at more than 40 Life Time destinations across the U.S. and Canada, Commitment Day empowers individuals, families and communities to start the year on the right foot by marking their pledge with action toward a year of better health. New for 2017, a Virtual 5K is available for anyone in North America to join in. All participants will receive a race bib and commemorative Commitment Day tee shirt. Registration, locations and pricing details are available at www.CommitmentDay.com.
Commitment Weekend kicks off on Friday, Dec. 30 and continues through Monday, Jan. 2, when Life Time will open its doors to everyone – whether a member or not. During each of the four days, Life Time’s 122 destinations will feature a variety of health and fitness experiences and activities for all ages. In addition to the 5K Fun Run and Walk on Jan. 1, people can take part in unique-to-Life Time group fitness, indoor cycle and yoga classes such as Strike, Amp Cycle and Warrior Sculpt, as well as Alpha Training. Life Time’s indoor aquatic centers, basketball courts, rock walls and tennis, racquetball and squash courts will all be open with club-specific programming to help men, women and kids make their commitment even easier by doing activities they love or trying new things that will inspire them in the coming year.
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Spending 30 minutes on a treadmill or an elliptical machine a few times each week is not the key to a healthy lifestyle. What’s more important is getting out of your chair, or off the couch, and moving throughout the day – preferably at least once an hour. That’s the logic behind Anytime Fitness’ new “Every Step Counts” campaign – which features reserved parking spots for its members as far away as possible from the gym, in the far corners of the parking lot.
“We care what you do outside the gym every bit as much as when you’re inside one of our facilities,” said Chuck Runyon, CEO and co-founder of Anytime Fitness. “Three hours of rigorous exercise a week is great. But what you do during the other 165 hours each week will really determine whether you’re healthy or not. If you sit in a chair and stare at a computer screen for eight hours a day, without moving every hour or so, then research* shows you’re much more likely to develop a long list of preventable chronic diseases. Sitting too much is the new smoking.”
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From Darc Feathers up and coming EP, Some
Men Murder (Operation Fingerguns) it's a sneak release "Bad Habits"
featuring fellow Anasazi member Aerosol. Shout out to Bigfoot Gym,
Jimmy Jennett - Jungle Jim, Raymond Leonard Hill, and everyone
involved. Comment, Like, Share, & Subscribe! This is a hip hop
video that me and some of my friends filmed here in Eugene Oregon in a
Muay Thai Gym.
Want to know more information about Pokemon Vortex, check it out here : http://pokemonvortex-v3.comHang-on
all the Pokemon Vortex Fans, this is going to be the one stop video fro
you to explain how to play the exciting game. Pokémon Vortex, formerly
Pokemon Crater and sometimes subtitled because Battle Arena, was an
unofficial online Pokemon game that's played with merely a mouse. Your
website is made by webmaster Aaron in 1999 and applauded many updates
over time, reaching version 7 formerly ending on December 1, 2007. The
web page was begin again as Pokemon Vortex in '09.Conflicting
regular Pokemon Legendary Pokemon cannot you should be randomly
encountered in the wild at any time after buying all Gym Badges as well
as defeating all Elites. There are certain unlock requirements that
really must be met before such Pokemon will show up.We are
trying to give information about Pokemon Vortex and all versions of
this game. Hope you'll enjoy playing Pokemon Vortex Game.
Dante Hillmedo just released his new dubstep hip hop hit "Till I Die" which features clips from popular anime and cameos from members of Trabass TV! This hard hitting, energetic track is sure to get you amped up especially if you're in the gym. "Till I Die" is a song based upon never giving up on doing what you love!
It’s that time of year when holidays parties are abound and everything revolves around festive parties, cocktails and delicious indulgent treats. The season can represent a time for serious temptation to overeat, indulge and forgo the gym. Whether you are throwing a holiday party or attending one, watching your waistline doesn’t have to be torture.
Nationally recognized health and nutrition expert, and former editor of Shape magazine Sharon Liao provides tips on healthy entertaining, which has become more trendy and fashionable than ever before. Contrary to what many Americans believe, it’s not hard to find a cornucopia of nutritious foods that can feast the eyes and lighten up the calorie packed plates at your own party.
After 15 years of gym sessions, relentless training and high pressure competitions, 6-times Olympic Champion and 11-times World Champion Sir Chris Hoy can finally kick back and enjoy cycling just for the fun of it.
To celebrate, he’s teaming up with the UK’s leading specialist bike shop Evans Cycles to create “Hoy’s Summer of Riding”. Together they are connecting people from up and down the UK, encouraging them to share their experiences of riding their bikes in the summer.
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Interview with Impulse Fitness Marketing Executive whom was a personal trainer/bodybuilder himself as he speaks of:-
1) How bodybuilders can establish his/her own gym through Impulse Fitness via business loan by PUNB?
2) Why is it important for a starter to hire professional BodyBuilder/Personal trainer to achieve your goal?
Q: What is your name?
A: My name is Zul Helmi. People often call me Angah, or Helmi.
Q: What do you do here to today at Impulse Fitness?
A: We are running a booth to introduce our company and also to introduce our package of promotion for complete gynamsium.
Q: Who are your customers?
A: Commonly are bodybuilders and gym owners. We also provide home use equipments to home-user.
Q: DO you train yourself, An\'gah?
A: Yes of course, I train myself also.
Q: Do you engage a bodybuilder or personal trainer?
A: Before this, I was also a personal trainer, and I am doing my Bachelor is Sport Science and Recreation at UiTM.
Q: Do you encourage starter to seek professsional advice from personal trainer instead of doing it ownself at home, and why?
A: From my opinion, we have to take advantage of training in gynasium as there are many personal trainers (and also other members with experience). In bodybuilding, there are theory and experience. We need to make use of their experience to make up our own set of experience. We will not get very efficient result if we train at home.
There is no one to monitor you, whether you are cheating or doing the wrong technique (which leads to wrong habit).
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Q: Do you encourage to have an equipment?
A: Yes of course, with an equipment, there\'s a commitment. Without one, we cannot see how it can help and how much our body can develop.
Q: Lastly, do you have a tip to newbie who wants to build a fit body, a simple one, and how to choose a personal trainer?
A: Number 1, you have to know the principle of training. It has to be at the back of the mind. It will be used everyday. To hire a personal trainer, you have to search for one who is reliable, with proof of own body result and knowledge.
Check out Mr Kuala Lumpur 2013 organised by KLBBF.
It was contested by over 100 bodybuilders.
Anytime Fitness, the world’s largest and fastest-growing co-ed fitness club chain, announced today the opening of its 2,000th club in The Netherlands. Founded in 2002, it took Anytime Fitness only 10 years to reach the 2,000-unit mark, less than half as long as other well-known franchises like Subway (23 years) and McDonald’s (32 years).
“Some businesses focus on quick growth and others specialize in earning customer loyalty,” said Chuck Runyon, Anytime Fitness CEO and co-founder. “We take great pride in having achieved both of those accomplishments simultaneously. We’ve done so by focusing first on the needs of busy people who simply want to lead a healthier lifestyle and then by providing our franchisees with the practical tools, technology and educational support to help members achieve their goals.”
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Red Hawk Elementary’s Red Hawk Movement, Erie, Colo. – Movement and exercise are more than activities at Red Hawk Elementary, they are foundational elements of the school culture. As a new public school in the St. Vrain Valley School District located outside of Denver, Red Hawk built physical activity into the plan from day one. Using a rotating daily “movement calendar,” students gain 40 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity on a daily basis, in addition to scheduled PE class and recess. These structured routines are taught by the professional PE staff outdoors or in the gym, and can be repeated in the classroom with student leaders taking charge. Strategically placed 20-minute blocks occur once in the morning to increase energy and attentiveness at the start of the day, and once in the afternoon immediately before math and science, the most challenging academic subjects. Favorite activities include the ‘Red Hawk Walk,’ in which students power-walk along designated routes throughout the building, as well as in-class cardio and dance breaks. Each Friday the week ends with “All-School Movement,” when all 460 students, faculty and staff head outside to participate in a coordinated fitness routine set to popular music.
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Sensei Titus Jansen is a grandmaster of the Koga RYu Ninjutsu system. He is an martial arts expert from the Netherlands and has opened his own Gym: Kage Ryu Dojo Winschoten. (Kage Ryu means Shadow Dragon). He is a master and in this movie you see different pictures and photo's from Sensei Titus Jansen in the Netherlands