Health & Fitness
Health & Fitness Directory. Health, Fitness, Aerobics and Personal Training websites. Information on weight loss,
fitness and exercise, articles on training, nutrition, muscles and fitness, sports supplements, consulting and personal training business.
Online fitness resources, news and articles on fitness, weight loss, nutrition, and sports professionals and enthusiasts.
The Kathol System
Customized exercise and nutrition program, also advice on exercise, nutrition, back pain, neck pain and weight loss.
Lifelong Pilates with Mary Bowen
Method "elder" describes her background, workshops offered at diverse locations, and studios in Massachusetts and Connecticut. Online sales of a video by Joe and Clara Pilates.
Articles and fitness tools related to healthy living. Includes sections on fitness for kids, personal development, and nutrition. Forums and galleries.
Offers a double certification in Personal Training and Corrective Exercise through NASM at their two Missouri campuses.
Personal trainer and fitness instructor courses offered at several UK locations.
Club management software keeps membership data, attendance, payments and receipts.
Police clash with protesters in Ukrainian capital
Drew Barrymore is busy juggling work and family
KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Security forces clashed with protesters as they began tearing down opposition barricades and tents set up in the center of the Ukrainian capital early Wednesday, in an escalation of the weeks-long standoff threatening the leadership of President Viktor Yanukovych.
Cockpit automation under scrutiny in Asiana crash probe
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Drew Barrymore isn't exactly feeling the pregnancy glow.
US air accident investigators hold a hearing Wednesday into the role that sophisticated cockpit automation might have played in the fiery crash of a South Korean airliner in San Francisco. Three passengers died when Asiana Airlines Flight 214 clipped a seawall, skidded out of control and burst into flames upon landing after an otherwise routine flight from Seoul on July 6. Another 182 passengers and crew aboard the Boeing 777 were injured -- and first indications suggested the pilots approached the runway at well below the optimum speed for landing. Wednesday's nearly 12-hour hearing was supposed to be a two-day affair, but its scheduled start Tuesday was postponed due to a federal government shutdown prompted by wintry weather in Washington.