Being Fit

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  • Importance Of Being Active And Stay Fit

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    considered overweight or obese? Staying fit is important because you deserve it. You want to live up to your fullest potential and be as fit as you can be. It helps how you feel about yourself. The body is the same way. You can go through life without performing and living our best, but if you do that you are just hurting yourself.You wouldn’t be living up to how great you could be. When we don’t exercise and stay healthy the body becomes more stressed. Being overweight hurts the heart, lungs, and

  • Fitness Education: Other Benefits that Being Fit Provides

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    For years, so called experts have argued that strength training is harmful for prepubescent children, and therefore should be done away with for this age group. A lot of this has to do with the fact that the definition of strength training was being looked at narrow-mindedly in that it was directly linked to power-lifting. However, strength training exercises are not only about finding your three rep max on the bench press or back squat. Instead they are "exercises designed to increase an individual's

  • Physically Fit

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    requirements, to being considered “physically fit.” Often times, people are somewhat mistaken as to what exactly constitutes as being physically fit. They see professional athletes, body builders, or models and say to themselves, “I want to be physically fit like they are.” What these people look past is the fact that even though these people may be physically fit, looking and performing like they do is not a requirement of physical fitness. The truth is, being considered physically fit includes several

  • Persuasion and Propaganda Analysis

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    want to stay fit and lose weight. Many women are conscious about their figure, and are willing to do anything to stay in shape. Additionally, there are many gyms out there, and this has led to women doing a lot more exercise, so women could be looking for items that can benefit them when they exercise. Overall, people want to be fit and healthy and these shoes give faster results while working out. Audience: The audience for this ad are women who are health conscious and want to stay fit. This ad targets

  • How to Add Value to the Hiring Process by Improving Recruiting Diagnostic

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    article aims to provide leaders with guidance on how to add value to the hiring process by improving their recruiting diagnostics. The article focuses on a concept which is referred to as fit and unpacks. This concept breaks down into sub-categories which are, fit with the job, fit with the leader, fit with the team, and fit with the organization. Instead of the traditional approach of recruiting and assessing candidates based on the current needs of the organization, this concept also addresses the current

  • The Secrets of Cross-Fit

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    proper amount of exercise. Over the passed few years, cross-fit has become a common house hold name, and has opened the eyes of many Americans to what is now known as the fastest developing, most efficient work out there is. Just about everywhere you go, you can easily access a cross-fit gym and within minutes begin to train with what people like to refer themselves as “cross-fit professionals”. From 2012 to 2013 the amount of cross-fit locations has almost doubled from 6,775 locations to about 10

  • Polychronicity Case Study

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    How does polychronicity affect entrepreneurs’ psychological well-being? A person-job fit perspective Principle Topic Entrepreneurs often need to perform multiple tasks simultaneously or intermittently (i.e., polychronicity) (Volery, Mueller, & Siemens, 2013) because they usually face fast changing environment and have limited human resources to delegate tasks. Thus, entrepreneurship offers opportunities to behave polychronically on the job (i.e., polychronicity supplies). However, as individuals

  • The Secret Behind Cross-fit Professionals

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    get the proper amount of exercise. Over the past few years, cross-fit has become a common household name, it has opened the eyes of many Americans to what is now known as the fastest developing, and most efficient workout there is. Just about everywhere you go, you can easily access a cross-fit gym and within minutes begin to train with what people like to refer to themselves as “cross-fit professionals”. Unfortunately, cross-fit isn’t exactly what all the media makes it out to be. It is currently

  • Judging Someone by Their Appearance

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    you would never wear. People who struggle to fit in don’t want to be “that” person. So they try to create the appearance that would please the people that would judge them. For girls, this appearance is the skinny, tan, girl who wears all name brand clothing. Because of this, the girls trying to fit in by starving their selves to be excepted. They spend any money that they have on clothing that they may not even like; but, wear it to just try and fit in. The personality of a person contributes in

  • Finding Your Place in High School

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    “Why fit in when you can stand out?” You have been told this your whole life. But whose responsibility is it to find out where you fit in, yours? Or your peers? Your adolescent years are all about trying to not stand out, and trying just as hard to fit in with the “in crowd.” You use more energy trying to “fit in,” instead of just spending all your energy on being who you really are. A group of friends are suppose to have things in common, but that is hard when everyone is putting up a fake persona