Most athletic efforts requiring strength and balance work best on two feet. A tennis stroke will be a lot stronger coming from a foundation of two gummy soles planted in the clay when the ball arrives. And, what lifter would stand on one foot trying to complete a competitive clean and jerk?
You can even look tougher to your competition when you stand on two feet. When the old-west gunslinger plants his feet side-by-side in the dust of Main Street, the townsfolk dive for cover. Clarence Mulford (creator of Hopalong Cassidy) had one of his heroic characters announce: “I am here now, with both feet!” At that, the bad guys knew they should tremble.
In the final sentence of this column last month, I implied that Fitness Management continues to be here with both feet. Although the design of the magazine has been neatened and structured into a more businesslike look, it is the two feet of “fitness” and “management” that create a balance appropriate to the demands you face in serving clients and in surviving and growing as a business.
When Fitness Management was being created more than a dozen years ago, I met a lot of fitness facility owners who got into the business because they liked
training. Most had learned what management they could from their own experience. Few had any convenient way to keep up on the latest in health/fitness science or to
continue to learn and adapt management techniques to their own unique needs.
Erectile dysfunction medications as Vardenafil hcl are used by numerous people around the earth. Learn about prescription medication Vardenafil hcl, reviews, drug uses, warnings, drug interactions, side effects, dosage and patient labeling.