Friday, February 17, 2012

Fit links

  • There are hundreds of wonderful sites on healthy living to be seen all over the blogosphere. Here at Fit Links, well introduce you to some that have caught our eye.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Please click on the Racewire link to register. Part of the proceeds will be donated to Special Olympics Maine. This is a capped race so please sign up early to secure your spot in the race. The Maine Running Company will also be holding a Fit at 5K training goup.
  • (WCSH)
  • I looked and looked and looked for a second Giants link.
  • (ESPN)
  • The Fit Potato is excited to launch a revamped mobile website to ensure all favorite Fit Potato links are easy to view on the go. You can stay connected to everything that is new with the Fit Potato on your smart phone, Francisco Gomez of The Fit Potato said.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Ah, but there has been no Panthers football team, a missing link to any community. That will change soon, and the FIT coaching staff demonstrated on National Signing Day it has tapped into Brevard high school football.
  • (Florida Today)
  • By keeping fit, you have less illness, fewer days of missed work and The race is sponsored by Culinaria (bringing great foods and wines to San Antonio). See the link below for details about the course and fees.
  • (Examiner)
  • The answer turned out to be Lin, a 6-3, 200-pound guard with an economics degree, and faith in God, who just happened to be a perfect fit for DAntonis offensive system. U.S.
  • (USA Today)
  • and BodyMedia FIT LINK Armband ($199 MSRP), which uses Bluetooth® wireless technology to communicate directly with a smartphone for real-time data. The FIT coach is included with BodyMedia FITs online Activity Manager online software ($6.
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  • In this Get Fit, were focusing on the super bowl parties To see the segment, click on the video link. Recipes for all of the dishes are below. Mix all ingredients in a bowl. Place approximately 1 tablespoon of salsa into each wonton shell.
  • (WZZM 13)
  • to figure out whether they fit various job profiles. In the United States, some companies have asked candidates to send links to their "Web presence," like their blog or Twitter account, instead of resumes when applying for jobs.
  • (Wall Street Journal)

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