Cnbc’s Jim Cramer Dishes On Financial, Physical Fitness

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How to build your fitness program around your tennis game

It’s in this area that the iPhone 5s is lacking. Even though it will track this “around the house” motion, you have to remember to strap on your iPhone all the time. Though I remember to place my iPhone in an arm band when I run, I don’t always remember to drop it in my pocket when I go downstairs to grab a load of laundry from the dryer. The same applies to housework or yard work — when I am mopping the floors or raking the leaves, my iPhone is often at my desk sitting idly (and thinking that I am idle, too) while I work. Because I wasn’t wearing my iPhone 24/7, my daily step counts on the 5s were significantly less than those recorded by the Jawbone or the Fitbit.

How the iPhone 5s measures up as a fitness tracker

Here are some tips for building your fitness program around your sport. Warming up The warm up is an essential part of any tennis players fitness program. By warming up and stretching, you will prepare your muscles to perform during a game. Some great warm ups for tennis players include light jogging, lunges and shoulder stretches.

Fitness center opens at Simon Kramer

“Right now, it’s for high school students, but in the future, I’d like to gear the program for athletes ages 8 to 19,” Barrantes said. It’s held twice a week, Mondays and Wednesdays from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The cost is $100 per month. So far, he has 20 students signed up. “I have a lot of guys from Blue Mountain, Tamaqua, Pine Grove and Williams Valley right now.

Game Night Spotlight: Ultimate Hoops 3-Point Shootout Presented By LifeTime Fitness

The stakes were high, as the winner would advance to the Ultimate Hoops Challenge Finals in March. First up was Maple Grove Life Time Fitness member Ian. With 45 second on the clock, Ian made five baskets before time expired. St. Louis Park Lifetime Fitness member Neal had a smooth shooting motion and hit nine of the 3-point shots.

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