Are you looking to get in better shape? Maybe you want to lose weight, build some muscle, and just look a little better. If you're like many people, you've probably tried various diets and fitness programs. You've seen some results here and there, but it seems like most fitness, weight loss, and muscle-building programs are hard to stick with. That's because most weight loss and fitness plans just don't work as advertised. Have you noticed that it always seems like some new exercise machine is being sold or maybe you've noticed the gyms popping up everywhere? There's no question, fitness has become big business, and it's all about the dollars now, not about you doing what's most effective and healthy for you. When you go online or watch TV, almost all you see are things like "new and improved" exercise machines, supplements, fitness programs, and gym advertisements. Unfortunately, almost nothing seems to be very effective. And even if you can get results, it's easy to quickly spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on getting in shape. Not to mention, many of the "fad" fitness programs and exercise equipment out there may be doing more harm than good. In fact, some of them could put you at risk of wasting your time or even injury. The solution is to simply get "back to the basics". And when I say "basics," I mean you can get in the best shape of your life without spending a dime on gym memberships fitness equipment, and personal trainers, using bodyweight training. If you haven't heard about bodyweight training before, you're about to discover how you can leverage your body to get in the best shape of your life. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Cinnamin Vroman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/068439/bk_acx0_068439_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Marketing in schools is a widespread phenomenon in which schools sign contracts allowing certain businesses to conduct marketing activities in school facilities primarily advertising. For example, a school might allow only one brand of soft drink to be sold in vending machines on the campus, in return, the soft drink company would provide compensation to the school (frequently money, but it may provide other compensation as well, such as building new facilities or paying for school supplies). The phrase usually refers to arrangements by elementary schools or high schools, rather than higher education, because this marketing is seen as targeting children, it is very controversial. One example of this is Channel One News, an "educational" TV show shown in schools that shows two minutes of advertising. Channel One is shown in over 11,500 middle and high schools across the United States, reaching 7.7 million students.