Fitness 4 Home Superstore, Inc. Announces Special Deals on 2012 Fitness Equipment Models

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Fitness Equipment at Fitness 4 Home Superstore

To make way for the new 2013 inventory of exercise equipment arriving shortly, we will be offering some of the best deals of the year on 2012 models.

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) September 27, 2012

Fitness 4 Home Superstore, Inc., Arizona’s premier supplier of fitness equipment, announces it will be offering special discounts on 2012 equipment models during the remaining months of the year. The company must make room for new 2013 equipment models arriving soon.

Fitness 4 Home Superstore, Inc./ Commercial Fitness Superstore is a top national dealer for TRUE, PRECOR, Tuff Stuff, Spirit, StairMaster, First Degree Fitness, Ab Coaster, Waters Fitness, Relay Fitness Group, DKN Technologies, HCI Fitness, PowerBlock, WaterRower, Hampton, Lifeline USA, SPRI, Apollo, Humane Flooring, US Rubber, SuperMats, and more. The company provides a wide selection of treadmills, elliptical, home gyms, free weights, bikes, steppers, functional trainers, flooring, accessories and more.

“To make way for the new 2013 inventory of exercise equipment arriving shortly, we will be offering some of the best deals of the year on 2012 models,” said Fitness 4 Home Superstore Owner and President Bob Lachniet. “Customers can take advantage of these deals by visiting one of our three retail locations across the Valley.”

Fitness 4 Home Superstore/ Commercial Fitness Superstore is an Arizona owned and operated company with locations in Phoenix, Scottsdale and Chandler. The company also operates an online store for 24/7 convenience.

To find out more about Fitness 4 Home Superstore, visit or contact company Owner and President, Bob Lachniet at bob(at)myfitness4home(dot)com to schedule an onsite or in-store appointment.

About Fitness 4 Home Superstore

Fitness 4 Home Superstore, Inc. is an Arizona owned and operated company that offers award-winning fitness equipment and world class customer service. For more information, visit us online at, or stop by one of our three Arizona stores located in Phoenix, Scottsdale and Tempe.


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Total Rehab and Fitness: Changing Lives of People Living With MS One Work-Out at a Time

PHILADELPHIA, PA–(Marketwire – Sep 25, 2012) – Total Rehab and Fitness (TRF) will be hosting an open house on September 27, 2012 from 12-2 p.m. to showcase their multiple disciplinary models of care for patients with multiple sclerosis. Two current patients will be at the open house to share their success stories.

The Greater Delaware Chapter of the National MS Society has been able to provide funding for TRF to continue providing life-changing treatment. TRF provides their patients with tailored programs with services including physical therapy, occupational therapy, behavioral therapy and speech therapy.

Congressman Jon Runyan will be there to show his support for members of the National MS Society, as well as his chief of staff, Stacy Palmer-Barton. TRF staff members who will be in attendance include founder and Director of Therapy Services John Marmarou, Director of Behavioral Services John Armando and Medical Director Marshall Lauer. Chapter President Tami Caesar, Vice President of Advocacy Karen Mariner and Client Services Manager Melissa Bruno will also be at Friday’s open house. The open house will take place at TRF’s headquarters located at 1111 Marlkress Rd., Cherry Hill, NJ 08003.

There are more than 14,000 members of the Greater Delaware Valley community that are living with MS, and TRF is the first facility to provide diverse and individualized care for these members of the community. More testimonials about TRF can be found on their website:

About Total Rehab and Fitness
Total Rehab and Fitness was founded by John Marmarou, DPT, in 2009, to provide medically-based exercise programs and rehabilitation services to improve the quality of life for patients with chronic disease. The goal of Total Rehab and Fitness is to reduce patient hospitalizations; to help patients with disabilities and impairments through a multidisciplinary team approach to care; and to increase longevity, improve function, and lower health care costs for patients with chronic illness. For more information, please visit or call (856) 424-5552.

About the National Multiple Sclerosis Society
MS stops people from moving. The National MS Society exists to make sure it doesn’t. We do this through our home office and 50-state network of chapters by funding more MS research, providing more services to people with MS, offering more professional education and furthering more advocacy efforts than any other MS organization in the world. Join the movement at or by calling 1-800-FIGHT-MS.

What do models really eat?


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EVER look at a fitness magazine or watch a few minutes of an infomercial after getting back from the gym and think, ‘Why don’t I look like that?’

Fitness model Manning Sumner lifts the lid on the lengths models go to in order to achieve the ideal ‘look’ wanted by advertisers …

“Getting in shape to be a fitness model is no walk in the park. It’s a very serious task that requires dedication and commitment. Models have to eat a certain way all the time and live a very active lifestyle.

My experience as a model is actually where I originally came up with the concept for my fitness and diet regimen called ‘No Days Off’. A model’s diet and fitness routine needs to become their lifestyle, it doesn’t allow for a “Sunday cheat day”.

Models are required to be a certain size and have a certain body type so they weigh themselves on a daily basis. It really is a challenge to get to that point and maintain it.

Getting in shape

Many professional fitness models I know get in shape first and foremost by living a very active lifestyle, which includes working out every day. They do one hour of moderate cardio, like walking, riding the bike or the elliptical, first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. They combine this with resistance training four to five days a week for about 40 minutes per day.

Their diet is very clean and healthy. They avoid all carbs except for brown rice, sweet potato and oatmeal and only eat lean protein, including chicken breast, steak, turkey breast and fish as well as a lot of green vegetables, and green apples.

Many fruits that most people think are healthy or “good for them” are actually very high in sugar. Green apples are high in fibre and make you feel full which makes them a great snacking food.

A lot of models make the mistake of starving themselves because they think this will help them lose weight faster. This is a common misconception. The key is eating small portions every three hours and only eating until you’re satisfied, not full.

A common habit of models is to drink a huge amount of distilled water each day. Distilled water gets rid of toxins, which are stored in fat, so it can help you get rid of fat faster.

Pre-shoot tricks

Preparing for the photoshoot is often very nerve-wracking, and models are always looking for new ways to beat the system.

A common pre-shoot trick is to rub Preparation H (haemorrhoid cream) onto their stomach. This draws water out of the skin making them look less bloated.

Putting Preparation H underneath your eyes also helps get rid of puffiness or swelling. Many models spend a lot of time in the sauna to help dispel toxins and water from their body.

The post-shoot Photoshopping really does happen and this is something all models are aware of. Magazines can do almost anything to you using Photoshop, like adding extra abdominals, enhancing breast sizes or removing pimples. Sometimes models are shocked or surprised when they see the final result in the magazine. The modelling process can be very artificial.

The modelling industry is also extremely cut-throat. If a model shows up to a shoot looking less than their best, the employer will never use them again. This is why models need to stay in shape all the time.

Living the lifestyle of a fitness model can be quite extreme. Being comfortable with your body and living a healthy lifestyle is more important than having a killer set of abs.”


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Fitbit Adds Two New Fitness Trackers

The $60 Fitbit Zip wireless fitness tracker. Photo: Fitbit

Fitbit, the wireless clip-on fitness tracker, introduced two new entrants to its product lineup Monday, the $60 Fitbit Zip and the $100 Fitbit One. Both include a welcome upgrade to Bluetooth 4.0 for wireless syncing with iOS devices (Android support to follow soon) for seamless data monitoring.

The first of the two new Fitbit models, the Zip, gets a more budget-friendly price by ditching the usual rechargeable battery for a replaceable coin-cell that should last four to six months, according to the company. It also only includes an LCD screen and an accelerometer for measuring daily activities. It can track the steps you’ve taken, calories burned, and distance covered. The Zip is available in five colors: blue, magenta, lime, white, and charcoal.

The Fitbit One — the follow-up to the similarly shaped Fitbit Ultra – is the more expensive and full-featured option, with the addition of an altimeter and accelerometer. In addition to steps, stairs, distance, and calories, it also tracks sleep patterns — both time and quality. For sleep monitoring, users slip the One into the included wristband, rather than clipping it onto their PJs.

Like the Fitbit Ultra, the One uses a flower to indicate current overall activity level. It comes in black and burgundy.

Both devices integrate with the Fitbit mobile app for logging activity data, food intake and weight, and for showing progress towards personal goals through line and bar graphs. Users can also transmit data to a Mac or PC through a Bluetooth dongle.

The Zip will be available from Tuesday. The One will go on sale in mid-October.

The $100 Fitbit One. Both the Zip and the One are available in a few different color choices. Photo: Fitbit

Fitness council taking nominations

The Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports invites members of the public to nominate sports role models and exemplary fitness programs for consideration for the council’s annual awards.

The Ninth Fitness Sports Awards banquet will be held Sept. 29, but complete nominations must be submitted by Sept. 7.

Nomination forms can be picked up at Cars Plus (cashier’s office) and Inafa’ Maolek (475-1977) or Strike Zone. Nomination forms also are available online at or can be faxed by request to fitness council chairman Pat Wolff at 649-7502.

Most inspirational, youth sports coach, lifetime achievement, outstanding athlete, sportsmanship, outstanding physical education teacher, outstanding fitness trainer are just a few of the categories of awards for which nominations are now being solicited from the general public. There also are program award categories such as sports tourism, village fitness, employee fitness program, innovative sports project, fitness project, media award and dance sport.

Information was provided in a press release.