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Freeman Formula Products Partners with NPI / IHM to Expand Global Sales and Communications


Boca Raton FL (PRWEB) April 20, 2015

Freeman Formula, a brand dedicated to creating nutritional products with premium ingredients that help people to achieve their health and fitness goals, announced that it has teamed up with Nutritional Products International, a leading health products marketing organization, to expand its brand presence on a global scale.

The company started developing its products as a response to need by clients of the owners’ personal training company, Well Rounded Health and Fitness.

“We embarked on creating optimal health and wellness for our clientele,” said Jeramy Freeman, co-founder of Freeman Formula. “We helped our clients get in beautiful shape and live fulfilling lives of achievement and success. As our fitness business continued to grow we began to find a gaping hole in the supplement industry. There were products for athletes, seniors, bodybuilders and vegans. What did success-driven, family-oriented health and wellness goal achievers take? Where were the health and fitness supplement solutions for them?”

Freeman, a long-time industry guru, began formulating everyday solutions for busy men and women who care about their health, image and success. Freeman Formula products provide nutrients to fuel busy professionals and to maintain energy during their day, enhance their workouts, maximize their body’s capacity to burn calories, increase metabolism, strengthen bones and cartilage and much more.

The Freeman Formula is innovative and revolutionary. It has created some of the most scientifically advanced life solution products the supplement world has to offer. The company combined breakthrough products with antioxidants, herbs, amino acids, vitamins and minerals, creating products that sharpen the mind, repair the body, help to increase muscle mass and improve a person’s overall mood and health.

The company will be working with Nutritional Products International to market and distribute its products and produce greater awareness of the numerous benefits they have.

“We’re excited for the chance to work with Freeman Formula and get their brand the recognition it deserves,” said Mitch Gould, CEO of NPI. “We’ve already seen a fantastic response from consumers regarding the Freeman Formula products. Now it’s just a matter of increasing exposure.”

Freeman believes that increased exposure will mean big things for the Freeman Formula brand.

“Life is far too short to settle for anything less than extraordinary,” said Freeman. “That’s the mindset we took when developing these products, and that’s the mindset that has helped so many of our fitness clients over the years to find incredible success in their health goals. With this partnership, people all over the world will be able to live the extraordinary life now, with the help of Freeman Formula.”

To learn more about Freeman Formula and its products, visit http://www.freemanformula.com.

About Nutritional Products International (NPI):

Headquartered in Boca Raton, FL, Nutritional Products International (NPI) is a privately held company staffed with a complimentary team of marketing professionals that specializes in retail distribution of Nutraceuticals, Dietary Supplements, Functional Beverages, and Skin Care Products. NPI offers a unique proven approach for product manufacturers world wide seeking to launch or expand distribution of their products in the U.S. retail market. For more information, please visit http://www.nutricompany.com.







Cameron Selects IQNavigator to Manage Global Non-Employee Labor


AMSTERDAM and DENVER (PRWEB) April 22, 2015

IQNavigator, the leading provider of non-employee workforce management solutions, today announced that Cameron, one of the largest suppliers of flow equipment, systems and services to the international oil and gas industry, has selected the company’s Vendor Management System (VMS) to better manage its fast-growing, non-employee workforce globally.

As a Fortune 500 company with $ 10+ billion in revenues for 2014 and more than 300 locations worldwide, Cameron chose IQNavigator for the way its technology removes the risks and complexities of procuring and overseeing non-employee workers that currently account for approximately 10 percent of Cameron’s total global workforce of more than 28,000.

The first phase of the deployment included management of global contingent workforce spend through the IQNavigator VMS platform in locations such as the United States, United Kingdom and Singapore. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, two-thirds of Cameron’s business operates outside of the United States.

“IQNavigator’s approach and technology gives us an edge globally and adds to our bottom line,” said Kaamilya McCullough, global category manager, Cameron. “As we continue to grow, we now have a platform that allows us to streamline our global approach to services procurement and improve contractor compliance.”

As a leading manufacturer, provider and servicer of oil and gas industry equipment, Cameron has more than 60 different brands under its company name, including Ajax, Cameron, Cooper-Bessemer and Demco. IQNavigator worked with partner Corporate United to execute an in-depth spend opportunity analysis for Cameron. This, in addition to a full market review and sourcing exercise, resulted in the selection of IQNavigator as the company’s VMS provider.

“Cameron is synonymous with quality in the oil and gas industry, and our software will enable the company to manage its growing workforce more effectively across the globe,” said Joe Juliano, president and CEO, IQNavigator. “Cameron runs its business on technologies like SAP, and IQNavigator’s configurable SAP integrations, enabled via our industry leading IQNtegrator platform, will significantly streamline Cameron’s business processes. We have a solid track record as a strategic partner to global companies that are committed to technology as a way to improve their business, and that want a VMS that can easily integrate with these existing technologies.”

About IQNavigator

IQNavigator is the leading independent technology provider of Vendor Management System (VMS) software for Global 2000 companies. IQNavigator’s products enable enterprises to intelligently manage and optimize complex services procurement and contingent workforce programs. Since 1999, IQNavigator’s products have been delivering procurement visibility and predictability, helping corporate leaders around the globe increase profitability, mitigate risk and compete more effectively. For more information about IQNavigator and its software, visit http://www.IQNavigator.com.

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Title Alliance Ltd. Announces Appointment of Closing Managers, Julia Argamin and Jacqueline Hernandez, and Processor, Aylen Montenegro, for Global Title Alliance in Miami


Media, PA (PRWEB) May 13, 2015

Title Alliance, a RESPA-compliant ESOP company that specializes in joint ventured title insurance agencies for the residential real estate industry announced that their Global Title Alliance operation has appointed closing managers and a processor. Julia Argamin and Jacqueline Hernandez have been appointed closing managers and Aylen Montenegro has been appointed Processor. The Global Title Alliance operation was announced earlier this week and is part of Title Alliance’s continued expansion efforts in Florida.

Argamin’s experience in the real estate industry dates back to 2002. Since then, she has handled all facets of the title process from pre closing through settlement and post-closing. Most recently, Argamin managed a branch location for another title operation. Her experience allows her the expertise required to review title commitments, lien searches, estoppels, payoffs, surveys and to clear title requirements. She is a licensed title agent fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese and looks forward to servicing the agents of Keller Williams and their clients.

“It’s very exciting for me to continue doing what I love by managing a title branch knowing that our company has the back-end support and systems provided by Title Alliance.” She continues, “With the industry on the brink of change, I’m certain that Global Alliance will remain in a very strong position due to the emphasis on education and compliance by Title Alliance.”

Hernandez’s experience in the real estate industry dates back to 1995. As a paralegal, her duties included processing new title requests, obtaining title search and examining title, curing title defects, preparing title commitments and obtaining requirements show in the title commitment and insuring that the title is cleared for closing. She also coordinates closing dates with all parties, conducts closings, ensures files are balanced, prepares closing packages for post closing, and has experience in international clientele and corporate structure. Hernandez is a licensed title agent fluent in English and Spanish.

“Taking the step next in my career as a branch manager is something that I always wanted to do when the fit was right,” says Hernandez. “Global Title Alliance’s Miami Beach Branch is the perfect location for me to grow personally and professionally. I am confident in both my abilities and am thrilled to have the support of Title Alliance and their family of companies as my resource.”

Montengero’s background consists of a blend of lending, real estate and title work dating back to 2003. Her focus is on customer service and satisfaction and her commitment to getting the job done efficiently and on time is something her customers value. Montengero has experience ordering all necessary documents on a property in order to close in timely manners. She also has specialized in post-closing files, including but not limited to, disbursing checks and reconciling escrow accounts. Montegenro is also fluent in English and Spanish.

“The team that we have in place in our Global Title Alliance operation is one to watch,” says Nancy D. Warner, Director for Title Alliance. “Their skillsets complement one another and their commitment to being on the forefront of the changes in the industry aligns well with our values and focus. We are excited to watch them grow personally and professionally in their roles and know that this operation will achieve many milestones.”

Global Title Alliance has two locations:

Miami Branch:

700 N.E. 90th Street

Miami, FL 33138

Miami Beach Branch

1680 Meridian Avenue

Miami Beach, FL 33139

Orders can be placed online at http://www.globaltitlealliance.com/order

The staff is focused on training and learning the new systems, procedures and tools all while servicing their clients with the highest level of professionalism and precision.

About Title Alliance:

Title Alliance, Ltd, an ESOP Company is located in Media, PA and has been creating RESPA compliant title joint ventures since 1983 with lenders, mortgage bankers, realtors, builders and credit unions. Their roots date back to 1948 when their first agency, which is still in existence today, was formed. For more information or to find out how a Title Alliance’s partnership or title management skills could benefit you visit them online or contact Lindsay Smith at 800-220-3901 x 165.







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Bluewater Begins Global Roll-out Of Latest Water Purifier Series With Fresh Looks And More User Benefits


Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) April 23, 2015

Bluewater today announced the global launch of three new water purifiers offering a harmonized balance of design personality, performance and price that give users a choice of devices enhancing health, wellness and lifestyle needs. Bluewater opted to launch its high-performance, Scandinavian-designed new models at the WQA Aquatech USA 2015 water industry trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada, running 22 – 24 April.

In a market typified by conservative thinking, Bluewater’s three water purifiers offer highly-relevant world-leading water purification technologies housed in stylish and ergonomic bodies in a cool grey color. With their compact, rounded shapes, the water purifiers are designed to be installed easily under a kitchen sink unit and provide easy filter change and maintenance access.

Bluewater’s smallest water purifier, Cleone, is a high-performing classic reverse osmosis unit that take ease of premium purification to the next level. Bluewater’s mid-sized water purifier, Spirit, has a sleek, contemporary style to fit naturally into any home environment and deliver 3-liters of direct flow water per minute (43.2 US gallons/hour). And the larger Bluewater Pro is probably the most powerful compact water purifier in the marketplace, delivering an astonishing 5.7 liters of water per minute (81.3 US gallons/hour) to professional users or those wanting a whole house water purification system.

Both the Spirit and Pro models harness Blueater’s unique second-generation patented SuperiorOsmosis TM technology. They both unite next-gen design and innovation to generate clean water 24/7, using little energy and reducing the water wastage commonly associated with traditional reverse osmosis systems by up to 82 percent – a timely benefit in a world where water shortages are becoming increasingly commonplace.

“These new water purifiers are simply stunning in terms of design and water purification performance and deliver improved ergonomics for easier access,” said Niclas Wullt, managing director of the Swedish brand that swept onto the global stage just 18 months ago. “Bluewater understands that people have different needs and our new series of water purifiers provide consumers and professional restaurant and other businesses with a range of options in size and looks that encompass the best of Bluewater’s water purification technologies.”

Mr. Wullt said that with its latest water purifiers, Bluewater is giving consumers and business users solutions that best fit their health, wellness and lifestyle needs. Noting that public water systems are in crisis around the world, he said that households and businesses alike increasingly need to take individual responsibility for the safety of the water coming out of their taps.

“Bluewater’s fully functional, patented SuperiorOsmosis™ technology enables users to purify tap water faster, on demand and at a higher purification grade with less wastage than our competitors, while removing practically all known potentially harmful contaminants,” Mr. Wullt said.







AntiGravity


(PRWEB) March 03, 2015

Over 20,000 people per day enjoy AntiGravity’s mind, body, and health benefits. Some of the latest countries to adopt the high-flying fitness phenomenon include India, Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong, the Philippines, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Mongolia, China, Indonesia and Australia.

India in particular holds a special significance in the inception of AntiGravity Yoga®, created by Christopher Harrison in 2007. Recently back from his first AntiGravity training in Mumbai, Mr. Harrison remarks, “I learned about yoga in India in the 1990’s and it changed my entire perspective on life and my art of movement. I am now honored to bring back my own version of mind/body connection that I call AntiGravity. I pay tribute to the greats before me and the beautiful legacy of yoga in doing so.”

The beauty of AntiGravity is that everyone can do it. The techniques, with over 1,000 moves, are catered to accommodate anyone who is active, and incorporate moves from traditional yoga, Pilates, and barre methods. Classes range from 60 to 90 minutes and include AntiGravity’s signature levitating zero-compression inversions in The Harrison AntiGravity® Hammock. Inversions not only help alleviate back pain by applying traction, but also promote the flow of endorphins to leave participants feeling joyful, empowered, and uplifted.

“There is so much to learn about a culture according to how they move their bodies and where they hold their tension,” says Mr. Harrison. “I am learning as much as I am sharing and honored to be healing both bodies and minds.”

Adds Mr. Harrison, “The Human Body is the greatest work of art ever created, and each person is its caretaker. AntiGravity techniques are celebrated around the world as a methodology for health and a philosophy of lightness. When practitioners open up space in the body, space is also opened in the mind; AntiGravity techniques help people to open up and feel free.”

With a multitude of mind and body benefits, it is no wonder that international demand for AntiGravity continues to grow. Hanging upside decompresses the spinal column, helps refresh the circulatory and endocrine systems, and fosters greater joint mobility. Plus being suspended in air requires participants to engage more muscles, simultaneously toning the core, arms, and legs in one stimulating workout.

Expansion plans continue to take flight with AntiGravity offerings in Vietnam, Dubai, and Bahrain.

Go to http://www.antigravityfitness.com to find a class near you.

The AntiGravity practice is also available at select locations throughout the U.S., including CRUNCH. Visit http://www.antigravityfitness.com/locations or http://www.crunch.com to find a class near you.

About AntiGravity® Fitness:

Christopher Harrison founded AntiGravity® Entertainment originally as a dance company that utilized acrobatic arts as a movement vocabulary in 1991. All AntiGravity Fitness techniques are derived from the performance team’s warm-ups and aerial conditioning exercises. Harrison is best known for bringing contemporary aerial arts to Broadway, rock tours, and TV award shows, and for creating the aerial yoga genre. AntiGravity is now widely considered America’s premier aerial acrobatic entertainment, being the President’s choice for his Inauguration. AntiGravity® Fitness, founded in 2008, first launched AntiGravity Aerial Yoga, forging an entirely new path and creating a new genre. AntiGravity® AIRbarre is now Harrison’s seventh fitness technique.







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Global Wellness Institute and Scientific American Worldview Hold Roundtable on the Science of Wellness


New York, NY (PRWEB) February 25, 2015

The Global Wellness Institute™ (GWI) in partnership with Scientific American Worldview recently held an invitation-only roundtable on the topic of “The Science of Wellness: Hype or Hope?” Leaders from the medical, science, business, technology, research, media, workplace wellness and hotel/spa worlds gathered on February 11 at the Everyday Health headquarters in Manhattan for a wide-ranging conversation on the many ways that science and evidence-based medicine are impacting the wellness industry, and how wellness (and the growing medical evidence for wellness approaches) is impacting people, traditional medicine, private companies and public policy.

The discussion, co-moderated by Jeremy Abbate, VP, Global Media Alliances, Scientific American; Publishing Director, Scientific American Worldview and Susie Ellis, president and CEO of the GWI, included executives and experts from American Public Media, Cornell and Rutgers Universities, Delos, Everyday Health, The International Heart and Lung Institute Center for Restorative Medicine, Optum, Paramedical Consultants, Inc. (PCI), Patients Beyond Borders, Pegasus Capital Advisors, Six Senses, SRI International and Viacom Media Networks.

The leaders assembled identified numerous best steps forward to build a healthier world: from the need for powerful public health marketing campaigns around obesity and sedentary lifestyles – to a much more intense focus on cognitive/behavioral psychology to identify a “science of lifestyle change” for a world getting fatter and sicker – to a call for more (and more appropriately designed) clinical trials on wellness approaches.

A more detailed report on the recommendations emerging from this roundtable will soon be available at: http://www.globalwellnessinstitute.com/

Top Ten Recommendations – Experts gathered argued we need…

Simple, Provocative Public Wellness Campaigns: Some of the biggest “wellness successes” of the last century have involved powerful marketing messages (like the anti-smoking, “stop littering,” or “wear seatbelts” campaigns of the 20th century – or more recent ads visualizing how many packets of sugar reside in a can of soda). We need new health campaigns and public service announcements around weight loss/obesity and sedentary lifestyles that are simple, inspiring and are repeated over and over.

More Behavioral Sciences Research to Create a “Science of Lifestyle Change”: While medical research on the benefits of wellness approaches grabs headlines, the key to healthy populations is to begin to crack the code on helping people start, and sustain, lifestyle change. We know so little, and a more intense focus on, and new research in, the behavioral sciences and cognitive psychology (from brain plasticity to choice architecture) is critical if we ever want to create an evidence-based “science of lifestyle change and willpower.”

More, better-funded studies on wellness approaches: Clinical studies on wellness approaches represent the under-resourced “David” to Big Pharma’s “Goliath”. Average R&D costs for a new drug have reached $ 2.9 billion,* while funds for wellness clinical trials are drastically less (often under $ 100,000) – and the GWI estimates that (Stage 3) drug trials have around 100 times the participants: roughly 50 for a wellness study, vs. 4,000 for a drug trial. Without more, better-funded trials, highly respected medical organizations like Cochrane will continue to withhold positive recommendations in their meta-reviews on practices like meditation or yoga, even when there’s positive, preliminary evidence.

A Better Understanding of – and More Appropriately Designed – Wellness Studies: Clinical trials on wellness approaches often have unique qualities, and superimposing the double-blind model can be like fitting an “apple into an orange.” Placebo models don’t work when participants know they’re experiencing things like meditation or exercise, and wellness approaches often involve practitioners, so can’t be uniformly replicated (or regulated) like a pill. Short studies fail to capture the most meaningful outcomes for long-term, prevention-focused approaches, and all personalized medicines, like TCM and Ayurveda, defy the randomized trial model entirely. Another problem: most current studies on wellness approaches are performed on sick people (in the hospital setting), providing a limited view of their efficacy. Greater openness to analyzing (and valuing) outcomes from studies that can’t fit perfectly into double blind, or even randomized, trial designs is needed.

Doctors to Expand Their Understanding of the Wellness Concept & Consult the Evidence: Despite growth in integrative medicine, the medical experts at the roundtable agreed that the vast majority of physicians still narrowly equate “wellness” with testing (i.e., mammograms, osteoporosis checks, etc.), at which point the prevention “boat” has often already sailed. And while almost all doctors turn to evidence-based medicine databases to evaluate courses of treatment, “almost none” consult those databases for studies on wellness approaches – and the lion’s share of their required continuing medical education comes via drug companies. Medical systems, insurers and policy-makers must support more physician education around – and the “prescribing” of – wellness approaches like diet change, exercise, etc.

More Media Responsibility in Communicating Wellness Info: If people are unlikely to get much wellness information from doctors, they’re devouring it at media/digital channels, where there’s an explosion of reporting on the latest wellness studies and “miracle” breakthroughs. The rise of digital has been a double-edged sword: empowering people with unprecedented sources of health information (Google just reported that one in twenty searches is health-related), but also confusing them with contradictory, often un-contextualized new findings. More media responsibility, and more peer reviewing and curation of wellness studies by medical professionals, is needed.

To Stop Putting Wellness in the “Alternative Medicine” Bracket, If We Want to Serve Millennials: Entrenched healthcare systems and older generations have viewed medicine and wellness as separate, even antagonistic, domains, but the millennial generation (and younger) views health very holistically, where wellness, diet and exercise are not “alternative,” but key pieces in a total health puzzle. Medical systems and marketers that want to reach younger generations need to embrace that new reality.

To Recognize That Private Companies Are Often Leading in Applying Science to Wellness: Wellness is a $ 3.4 trillion,** consumer-driven market, and it’s private companies and public-private partnerships that are applying science to new wellness concepts the most creatively: from Delos building a lab with the Mayo Clinic to test and develop new “healthy for humans” features for the spaces people live and work in – to companies like Lighting Science creating healthy, nature-based lighting technologies – to new, billion-dollar “healthy cities” being developed globally, incorporating hospitals, education and every aspect of healthy living.

Workplace Wellness to Move Beyond Generic ROI Reporting and Focus on Culture Change: Companies are adopting workplace wellness programs at an explosive rate, but so many things are holding them back: from an obsession with ROI reporting that doesn’t measure results/returns against specific program components, to new signs that employee wellness is devolving into a “have/have not” situation. For instance, top executives may be embracing meditation at the World Economic Forum, but companies are increasingly profiting from penalties exacted from the most program resistant/high-risk workers. Successful workplace wellness initiatives must think beyond the “program” and focus on honest, top-to-bottom culture change.

Governments to Grasp That Health Is Wealth: Policymakers often perceive “wellness” as a matter of individual decisions and wellbeing, but the physical and mental health of national populations will increasingly decide national economic and political power. Countries focusing on prevention, and who can get healthcare spending under 10% of GDP, will increasingly have a global advantage.

Roundtable Participants:

Jeremy Abbate, VP, Global Media Alliances, Scientific American; Publishing Director, Scientific American Worldview

Dr. Brandon Alderman, Professor, Department of Exercise Science and Sport Studies, Rutgers University

David Brancaccio, Host, American Public Media’s “Marketplace Morning Report” (NPR)

Anna Bjurstam, VP of Spas and Wellness, Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas; Owner, Raison d’Etre

Alfredo Carvajal, President, Delos International and Signature Programs, Delos

Susie Ellis, Chairman and CEO, Global Wellness Institute

Dr. Steven Gundry, Director, The International Heart and Lung Institute Center for Restorative Medicine

Anne Hubert, Senior Vice President, Viacom Media Networks

Neil Jacobs CEO, Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas

Katherine Johnston, Senior Economist, SRI International

Dr. Nazlie Latefi, Chief Scientific Officer, Pegasus Capital Advisors

Clare Martorana, EVP and General Manager – Consumer Health and Wellness, Everyday Health

Beth McGroarty, Director of Research, Global Wellness Institute

Mim Senft, Wellness Director, Plus One Health Management, Optum

Mary Tabacchi, PhD, Professor, Cornell University

Susanne Warfield, CEO, Paramedical Consultants, Inc. (PCI)

Josef Woodman, CEO, Patients Beyond Borders

Ophelia Yeung, Senior Consultant, SRI International

Everyday Health donated its boardroom for the discussion. Lunch was provided by EXKi, a fair-trade certified, upscale, “quick-casual” restaurant that focuses on locally sourced, organic ingredients.

To learn more about the GWI’s roundtables, or the organization’s 2015 Global Wellness Summit being held in Mexico City from November 13-15, contact Beth McGroarty: beth.mcgroarty [at] globalwellnessinstitute [dot] com or (+1) 213.300.0107

*The Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development, 11/2014

** Global Wellness Institute, “Global Spa & Wellness Economy Monitor,” 2014

About the Global Wellness Institute: The Global Wellness Institute (GWI) is an international think tank that brings together leaders from the private and public sector to positively impact and shape the future of the wellness industry. It is the umbrella organization of the Global Wellness Summit (GWS) and the Global Wellness Tourism Congress (GWTC). The GWI is considered the leading global research and educational resource for the $ 3.4 trillion wellness industry, and WellnessEvidence.com, the world’s first online portal to the medical evidence for common wellness approaches, is a GWI initiative.







The Global Stationary Cycle Market is Expected to Reach $546.56 Million by 2018 – A Report by MicroMarket Monitor


(PRWEB) January 20, 2015

A stationary cycle is used as equipment for exercise, to increase general fitness and train for cycling events. The equipment is often referred to as exercise bicycle, exercise bike, or exercise. The exercise bike has long been used for physical therapy as it provides safe and effective cardiovascular exercise, and is considered as a low-impact workout device. The global stationary cycle market was valued at $ 417.35 million in 2013, and is estimated to grow to $ 546.56 million by 2018, at a CAGR of 4.60% from 2013 to 2018.

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The global stationary cycle market is expected to witness high growth in the coming years, due to factors, such as growing health and fitness consciousness among people, increasing prevalence of obesity, rising number of diabetic and cardiac patients, increasing personal disposable income that enables increased healthcare expenditure by an individual, and rising government initiatives to increase health and fitness awareness. High prevalence of obesity and diabetes, and its association with heart disease has driven many people towards healthier diets and increased exercise. This has led to growth in the demand for home fitness units like the stationary cycle, thereby driving the stationary cycle market globally.

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Other factors, such as the increasing number of health club (fitness centers) chains, and introduction of innovative products in the stationary cycle market arefurther driving the growth of the global stationary cycle market. Obesity has a higher mortality rate than smoking or alcoholism in the U.S., and is expected to be the leading cause of deaths in the country in near future. However, weight loss can help in the prevention and treatment of obesity, along with several cardiovascular diseases, and also help improve insulin sensitivity. In many of the developed and developing nations, various initiatives are being taken by their governments, like raising funds and arranging conferences, to increase awareness about maintaining health and fitness among the population of these countries. This has further propelled the growth in the stationary cycle market globally.

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This market is segmented and forecast on the basis of types and pricing of the of global stationary cycle market. The types segment comprises recumbent and upright cycles. Products, on the basis of pricing, are segmented as premium and budget stationary cycles. The major end-users of the stationary cycle market are health clubs, vertical markets (hotels, building segment, corporate, colleges & universities, and hospitals) and home fitness. The global stationary cycle market is further segmented and forecast on the basis of major geographies, such as North America, Europe, and Asia.

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Fitness equipment and Weight Loss Surgical equipment, Global Weight Loss Diet Market: Food, Beverages And Supplements and Weight Loss Services Market adds up to total Weight Loss & Obesity Management market.

Fitness equipment can be segmented by MacroIndicators, Geographies and Submarkets. MacroIndicators of this market are Healthcare Expenditure. Geographies of this market are North America, Europe, Asia and Rest of World. Submarkets of this market are Cardiovascular training equipment, Strength training equipment, Body composition analyzers and Fitness monitoring equipment.

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Rising Average Age of Vehicles Drives the Global Market for Automotive Aftermarket Brake Friction Parts, According to a New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

San Jose, California (PRWEB) January 30, 2015

Follow us on LinkedIn – The average life of vehicles on the road stands at a record high of 10 to 11 years. Key factors driving vehicle retention include engineering innovation, increase in useful life of vehicles, and changes in consumer wealth structure and financial choices. In the United States, consumer consumption, spending and income continue to remain flat. Greater than expected sluggishness in the labor market and lack of meaningful growth in wages and income are creating changes in consumer wealth and spending patterns. Recovery in asset prices and household wealth to pre-recession levels is seen as hugely unlikely. Another key reason for the relatively anemic recovery of consumer spending in the country is the wealth inequality which has been made even more disproportionate by the 2007-2009 economic recession. The recession punctured the over 8 trillion dollar overvalued housing bubble and crippled households across the country. The cumulative erosion in household wealth averaged to over US$ 15 trillion in the year 2010. In Europe, overindebted households represent a key bottleneck hindering consumer spending. With one in every 9 households in Europe unable to meet financial commitments including recurring expenses, spending on durable goods remains subdued. Against this backdrop, cars are being retained for longer.

The longer replacement cycle and the increase in the number of miles traveled per vehicle are creating opportunities in the aftermarket. Vehicle maintenance and component replacements are therefore receiving a boost. As the most critical safety system, brakes represent the most often replaced auto part. High replacement frequency of worn out brake components including rotors, brake pads, calipers and parts is spurring growth in the market. Stringent safety norms, growing consumer emphasis on personal safety, and focus on preventive maintenance, represent other major factors driving growth in the market. Healthy gains in automotive production in developing countries is also forecast to spur growth in the long-run, since more number of vehicles manufactured creates a parallel secondary market for auto parts including brake friction parts.

As stated by the new market research report on Automotive Aftermarket Brake Friction Parts, Europe represents the largest market worldwide. Asia-Pacific is forecast to emerge as the fastest growing market with a CAGR of 6.8% over the analysis period. Growth in the region is led by the surge in car ownership rates, and frequent wear and tear of the braking system due to heavy commuter traffic in crowded cities in densely populated countries such as India and China.    

Major players in the market include ABS Friction Inc., Advics Co. Ltd., Akebono Brake Industry Co. Ltd., Continental AG, Delphi Automotive PLC, Dongying Xinyi Automobile Fitting Co., Ltd., Federal-Mogul Corporation, Fras Le, Japan Brake Industrial Co. Ltd., Meritor Inc., Nan Hoang Traffic Instrument Co., Ltd., Nisshinbo Holdings Inc., Nisshinbo Brake Inc., TMD Friction Holding GmbH, Robert Bosch GmbH, and TRW Automotive, among others.

The research report titled “Automotive Aftermarket Brake Friction Parts: A Global Strategic Business Report” announced by Global Industry Analysts Inc., provides a comprehensive review of trends, growth drivers, restraints, market share, size and demand projections and forecasts. Major geographic regions covered include the US, Canada, Japan, Europe (France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia, and Rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific (Australia, China, India, South Korea and Rest of Asia-Pacific), Latin America (Brazil, Mexico and Rest of Latin America) and Rest of World. Key segments analyzed in the report include Brake Pads and Brake Shoes. The report also offers coverage on mergers, acquisitions, product launches and other strategic industry activities of major global and regional players.

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Sara Soulati, Global Cardio Care CEO, Suggests 10 Tips For Managing Holiday Blues for People with CardiovascularDisease


Los Angeles CA (PRWEB) December 17, 2014

Sara Soulati, Global Cardio Care CEO and founder, today announced a series of health tips for people living with cardiovascular disease and diabetes who struggle through the holiday season. Sara invented the Sara Soulati Health For Life Program to make health a lifestyle and coach people to become champions for healthier longevity. The program encourages people to adopt a daily routine that includes plant-based nutrition and moderate exercise.

Studies show that heart disease, depression and holidays comingle, and people suffer more from depression during November and December when stress and anxiety are higher.

“The biggest culprit for everyone during the holidays is food,” said Sara Soulati, CEO of Global Cardio Care, Inc. and founder of the Sara Soulati Health For Life Program. “Making poor food choices and eating higher quantities of an animal-based diet with refined carbohydrates contribute to heart disease, heart attack and stroke. At Global Cardio Care, our patients have adopted a plant-based diet with EECP®. They feel great, their outlook on life is more positive, and they have more hope for the future.”

Sara Soulati Health For Life Program™ Holiday Tips

Sara Soulati offers the following tips for people with heart disease who struggle with holiday depression, stress or anxiety:

1.    When dining out or attending holiday parties, be mindful of animal-based foods and refined carbohydrates. People with diabetes should limit their food intake to organic whole grain, gluten-free choices and those with heart disease should avoid an animal-based diet and refined carbohydrates to keep cholesterol levels balanced.

2.    Overeating holiday meals higher in animal-based diet has been linked to heart attack or stroke for people suffering from cardiovascular disease. Ensure you eat sooner than 7 p.m., and if you are having a late dinner, then eat smaller quantities.

3.    Make food choices that are organic, gluten free and low in refined carbohydrates. This means eating whole grain carbohydrates and high quantities of vegetables. Plant-based nutrition is the core of the Sara Soulati Health For Life Program that Makes Health A Lifestyle.™

4.    Drink plenty of water in the morning every day to flush and detox the body. Drink reverse-osmosis alkaline water.

5.    Incorporate moderate exercise into your daily routine such a vigorous walk for one hour in the morning. This helps get the blood circulating, helps detox and starts your body’s engine to greet the day.

6.    During your morning exercise, take deep breaths and observe your natural surroundings. Take time to appreciate the sun’s warmth, a bird chirping or the color of the cloudy sky.

7.    Calm yourself inside to be at peace and give thanks for everything good in your life while embracing the negatives as lessons for improvement.

8.    Love yourself first so you can send love outward and receive someone’s smile.

9.    Touch people with kind words and let them feel your loving heart.

10.    Practice meditation with deep breathing technique to visualize the positive and erase the negative.

About Sara Soulati

Sara Soulati is CEO of Global Cardio Care, Inc. and founder of the Sara Soulati Health For Life Program. She launched her company in 2002 and soon after created her lifestyle modification program to help people take control of their health with vegan/plant-based nutrition and moderate exercise.

At the physician practice managed by Sara Soulati, people enroll in the Sara Soulati Health For Life Program as they receive Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP) to treat cardiovascular disease and learn lifestyle modification for long-term health.

The Sara Soulati Health For Life Program coaches people to Make Health A Lifestyle.







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Rising Popularity of Beach Culture and Water Sports Drives the Global Swimwear and Beachwear Market, According to a New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

San Jose, California (PRWEB) November 17, 2014

Follow us on LinkedIn – The global swimwear and beachwear market is witnessing steady growth, driven by growing health consciousness, rising popularity of beach culture and water sports, increasing emphasis on active and healthy lifestyles, and continued innovations in swimsuit design and technology. Other factors driving demand in the market include growth of the beauty and spa industry, increasing life expectancy and the consequent increase in interest among the aged towards staying fit. Aging-but-active population in the US, Japan, and Europe as well as in emerging markets of Asia and Latin America, presents attractive opportunities for swimwear manufacturers.

Regional boundaries for fashion are fast blurring with increasing globalization where design trends have become more global than ever. Over the years, fashion, which was more concentrated on the element of style and innovation, is gradually changing its definition to the ‘comfort’ aspect. Increasing incorporation of the comfort element is attracting more consumers to swimwear. Women continue to be the larger buyer group in the global swimwear and beachwear market. They also constitute the highest spenders on expensive swimwear, while men continue to be price sensitive. The trend however, appears to be changing gradually, with men also beginning to show increased interest towards purchasing expensive swim and beachwear as the emphasis on aesthetics increases. Children’s swimwear category, on the other hand, represents the fastest growing segment within the global swimwear and beachwear market. High end designers, who earlier emphasized more on the women’s segment, have now realized the potential of this exceptionally growing market segment, and are designing swimwear for this category.

As stated by the new market research report on Swimwear and Beachwear, Brazil constitutes the largest market in terms of unit sales and the United States in terms of value sales. Asia-Pacific, driven largely by China, represents the market with the highest potential for future growth. China represents the fastest growing market for swimwear and beachwear, both in terms of value and volume. Growing acceptance of swimwear as fashion attire, increasing consumer disposable income, and growing influence of western culture, are some of the major factors spurring growth in the country.

Major players covered in the report include American Apparel Inc., Arena Italia S.p.A, Diana Sport, Wacoal Eveden Ltd., La Perla Group, NoZONE Clothing Limited, O’Neill Inc., PARAH S.p.A, Pentland Group Plc., Speedo International Ltd., Perry Ellis International Inc., Jantzen Apparel LLC, Quiksilver Inc., Seafolly, Seaspray Swimwear, Tefron Ltd., Swimwear Anywhere, Inc., TYR Sport Inc., and PVH Corp.

The research report titled “Swimwear and Beachwear: A Global Strategic Business Report” announced by Global Industry Analysts Inc., provides a comprehensive review of the swimwear and beachwear market, current trends, growth drivers, segmental analysis, new product introductions, strategic corporate developments, and focus on major and niche global and regional market participants. The report provides market estimates and projections in US$ and Units for all major geographic markets including the US, Canada, Japan, Europe (France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, and Rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific (China, South Korea and Rest of Asia-Pacific), Latin America (Brazil and Latin America) and Rest of World. Product segments analyzed in the report include Men’s Swimwear and Beachwear, Women’s Swimwear and Beachwear, and Children’s Swimwear and Beachwear.

For more details about this comprehensive market research report, please visit –

http://www.strategyr.com/Swimwear_and_Beachwear_Market_Report.asp

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