. . . physical therapists using Botox® to “decrease tone or unwanted spasms in a specific muscle or muscles”; . . . the Powerseed®, a tiny electronic “mindfulness trainer” that produces soft sounds that “discreetly coach you through your weight control strategies”; . . . Purina’s Healthy S...
If you’ve ever wished you could carry your office on your belt, a personal
digital assistant (PDA) may be just
what you need. More powerful than the
computer used to land Apollo 11 on
the moon, PDAs can pretty much knock out any work you’d ordinarily
do on a personal computer (PC)—and still fit in the palm of your hand.
Are you looking to launch or expand a business but need more resources? Not sure what forms you need to file your taxes? The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) just made information gathering a lot easier. The SBA launched a new website in May that connects small businesses with federal agencies, providing specific trade tools and resources.
Business.gov offers online federal government information and services in one location. Links cover a variety of topics:
how to start, manage and market a business
Youth Fitness Club (YFC) LLC has launched a new website to help improve the health and fitness levels of preteens and teens who are struggling with their weight. Information on the site focuses on behavior modification through nutrition and physical activity, rather than on the latest diet.
Are your primary personal training tools still the lowly clipboard and pen? Do you still schlep a stack of audiotapes to every group fitness class you teach? If so, you may want to consider a more technologically advanced approach to your career–soon!
By Joe Dysart
Top Dog on the Web
How personal trainers have found a back door to top-10 status on Internet search engines. Given that there are scores of ways to promote your personal training business on the Web for free, actually paying for an extremely high ranking on a search engine rankles a lot of people. But for firms with Web promotion funds to spend, paying for guaranteed, hig...
Proving that anybody can threaten to sue anybody over anything, a Wisconsin man recently sued his cable company for the 50 pounds his wife allegedly gained by watching too much TV. In addition to monetary awards, the suit (which was later dropped) asked for a lifetime supply of free Internet service from Charter Communications!