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New Fitness Platform Sweatguru Launches Today

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Ontario Pcs Will Ask If Liberal Government Has Confidence Of Legislature

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Fitness Apps May Be Unhealthy For User’s Privacy

The watch runs Android 4.1.1, has an accelerometer that counts runners' steps to provide data on stride rate, utilizes GPS to log running routes and track speed and distance, and features a 1.45-inch, 184-by-184-pixel resolution, full-color touch screen. A built-in MP3 player combines with a Bluetooth wireless earpiece to play music during runs and to provide coaching tips via the miCoach service. The Smart Run's 410mAh lithium ion check this out battery provides a 14-day charge when the watch is running in casual mode, but marathon mode cuts that down to just eight hours and training mode knocks it down to four. The device has 4GB of onboard storage, with three-fourths of that space devoted to storing music. VIEW ALL PHOTOS IN GALLERY The stainless steel watch has a magnesium backplate, a soft-touch silicon strap, and weighs in at 2.8 ounces.
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What many people may not know is that apps that ask for personal information often share it with third parties which puts a users privacy at risk. Ive made a choice that being that this was going to help me from a health perspective, that I would take the privacy risk, said Demargel. Officials said not everyone may be as comfortable with that concept as Demargel. I think thats troubling, http://investor.michigansun.com/bnn.michigansun/news/read/25347725/ said Federal Trade Commission spokesperson Cora Tung Han. In the health and fitness context, where consumers are used to thinking about sharing their information in the traditional provider context, I think they might be surprised about the collection of information thats happening. Experts said information sharing is all about marketing.
More: http://miami.cbslocal.com/2013/10/17/fitness-apps-may-be-unhealthy-for-users-privacy/

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Fitness Experts Praise Bodyweight Workouts Over Machines

Fertility, fitness apps team up to help Glow, the app founded by Max Levchin that helps women trying to conceive, announces a partnership with popular app MyFitnessPal to try to increase the odds of conception. Glow's Max Levchin with Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg, when the company launched in May. (Credit: Dan Farber) Glow is in the data business. But unlike many companies in the data science field -- a hot sector in Silicon Valley right now -- Glow's data sets can be intensely personal.
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Trying to get pregnant? Fertility and fitness apps team up to help

At $50, the orb "is making activity trackers more affordable and accessible to bring the benefits of wearable technology to the masses," Fitbug said. In comparison, the Fitbit Flex will set you back $99.95, while the Jawbone UP is priced at $129.99, and the Nike FuelBand comes in at $149. VIEW ALL PHOTOS IN GALLERY "Wearable tracking technology is one of the biggest health trends of the year. However, high prices and lack of personal motivation to maintain fitness regimens means the full potential is yet to be realized," Paul Landau, Fitbug founder and CEO, said in a statement. "As one of the first companies in this category, we have designed the Fitbug Orb and KiK platform to provide both the device and advice people need to get fitter, lighter and lead happier, healthier lives." The Orb comes in white, pink, or black and can last for up to six months on a single http://investor.torontonews.net/newsnet.torontonews/news/read/25347725/ charge, Fitbug said.
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"You could do a 20-minute workout three times a week and have an incredible physique, so long as you push hard and keep challenging yourself." ANYTIME, ANYWHERE Bodyweight exercises return people to the way they move naturally, according to Lisa Wheeler, national creative manager of group fitness at Equinox, the upscale chain of fitness centers. "We squat, lunge, crawl, reach," she said, adding that a bodyweight class at Equinox is called "Animal Flow" because its crab crawls, lunges and swings were inspired by the primal movement patterns of man and beast. "Bodyweight training is great for mobility, stability and http://investor.unitedkingdomnews.net/newsnet.unitedkingdomnews/news/read/25347725/ creating movement patterns," she said. "You want to build a strong foundation, be stable around the shoulders, hips and spine." Because the load doesn't change, progression is achieved by changing the center of gravity of the exerciser or the complexity of the movement. Another challenge, she said, is getting enough pull to match the push of most bodyweight exercises.
More: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/15/fitness-experts-bodyweight-machines-workout_n_4095706.html


World Cup Qualifying Preview: Spain - Georgia

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Japan Worries About Boeing Retreat In Wake Of Jal Deal With Airbus

Cerezo Osaka striker Yoichiro Kakitani started as the lone man up front but struggled against a strong Serbia defence. "I couldn't do anything," Kakitani said. "It's almost embarrassing." The partnership between Matija Nastasic and Nenad Tomovic led online to a change of plans for Japan as they tried to create chances from wide areas. Japan defender Yuto Nagatomo lamented his team's inability to create more opportunities with their width. "The middle of their defence was solid, so Keisuke and I talked about attacking from the wings," he said. "But they put a lot of players on the sides and we weren't able to get anything going." Despite the loss, Japan should have too much firepower for a Belarus side who have struggled to get going.
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The entry price often imposed by the Chinese government is a share of the build. Boeing, in its most recent 20-year market forecast that runs through 2032, predicts China will buy 6,000 new planes while the market in Northeast Asia, which includes Japan, North and South Korea and Taiwan, will be 1,360 aircraft. If the Japanese could put the arm on Boeing the Chinese have got the ability to put the arm on Boeing, said Nexial Researchs Gatling. The Chinese have cheap labor and a huge market. He added that the Japanese were also looking over their shoulders at upcoming South Korean firms such as Korean Aerospace Industries, which Boeing in 2011 named supplier of the year. Part of Japans response to that challenge is the 70-90 seat Mitsubishi Regional Jet (MRJ), its first commercial aircraft since it lashed itself to Boeing. Apart from being a bid to claim a share of the expanding market for smaller passenger jets, it is an both opportunity to showcase its skills to Boeing and provide a hedge against a image source fall in orders from Western manufacturers. One lure that could keep Boeing heavily involved in Japan is government financial support for R&D that could end up in its jets.
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At a ceremony, Hiroyuki Ishige, chairman of the Japan External Trade Organization, said he believes Iraqis have high expectations for Japanese products and business activities. He said the pavilion will serve as a meeting place for companies of the two countries. Last year, the event saw over 4 million visitors during a 10-day period, according to organizers. Iraq has been drawing attention as a consumer market in addition to being a magnet for oil and gas investments. JETRO opened an office at a Baghdad hotel last month to enhance its ability to gather information as a step toward opening a full-fledged Iraqi office in the future. Myanmar firms to visit kyodo A group of executives and other officials from 22 Myanmar companies will visit Tokyo and Osaka from Oct. 30 for events to find small and medium-size Japanese business partners, the organizer said.
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Prime MinisterShinzo Abe, in a speech aimed at the heart of American capitalism, talked about the Gordon Gekko character from the 1987 film Wall Street, while Bank of Japan Gov.Haruhiko Kurodastuck closer to economic theory in his three speeches to a think tank and trade groups. Buy my Abenomics, Mr. Abe said simply in a speech at the New York Stock Exchange on Sept. 25. I have come to tell you that Japan will once again be a country where there is money to be made. The emphasis was on producing a surge in growth. But this week, Mr.
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Nissan to sell Infiniti brand cars in Japan market

Im happy we could win in the last match of a player that will go website down in Serbian soccer history, Serbia coach Sinisa Mihajlovic said of Stankovic. Once the game resumed, Japan got a fright as Stankovics replacement Ivan Radovanivic took advantage of some sloppy defending to fire wide of Eiji Kawashimas left-hand post. Neither team created any noteworthy chances in the early stages, although Shinji Kagawa went close to opening the scoring for Japan after a neatly worked move on the half-hour mark. Japan again threatened to break the deadlock on the stroke of halftime but goalkeeper Vladimir Stojkovic got down low to his left to save Keisuke Hondas free kick. Serbia took the site web lead on 59 minutes when a fine piece of skill from Dusan Basta set up Tadic to beat a helpless Kawashima with a shot from 12 meters into the top corner. Shinji Okazaki missed a golden chance to pull Japan level on 70 minutes but screwed wide after good work down the right flank from Kagawa.
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The price and sales target in Japan have yet to be set. A plant in Tochigi Prefecture will handle production, the Nikkei said. A Nissan spokesman could not be immediately reached for comment on the report. The automaker intends to sell the new Infiniti-brand cars at existing Nissan dealerships, with no plan to establish an exclusive sales network for now. Whether the lineup is expanded in Japan will depend on sales trends, Nikkei said. Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn set a new profit target in May for the Infiniti, which in recent years had hardly contributed to the automaker's operating profit as it struggled to export profitably with a persistently strong yen. Infiniti, produced mostly in Japan and exported overseas, accounted for less than 1 percent of Nissan's operating profit in the last two years, Ghosn told reporters at the time.
More: http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/10/12/us-nissan-infiniti-idUSBRE99B02520131012