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Things Don't Change, We Change; Height Don't Change, But MBT Is Able To Do It

05th May 2011
A motto goes that wealth is nothing with no health. Thus the most significant thing for us is to keep vigorous physically and mentally. And dressing a pair of inapt and uncomfortable shoes has a bad effect on your fitness. I enjoy running with comforta... Read >
Author: moxi1314

FitFlop Launch E-Commerce Platform

01st November 2010
The popular footwear retailer FitFlop have just launched a direct to customer website, thereby creating a new distribution channel through an e-commerce site. Specializing in creating footwear which provides the wearer with added fitness benefits and targ... Read >
Author: Rexnige

Skechers Shape Ups: The Stylish Way to Get Slim

16th August 2010
Skechers Shape Ups fitness shoes are the stylish new way to get in shape through normal daily activities. Sure, you can wear these to the gym too, but with Shape Up's unique sculpted rubber rocker bottom, you can tone your muscles just by simply walking i... Read >
Author: Jeremy O'Brien

The FitFlop and Benefits of Toning Shoes

05th July 2010
The FitFlop is an excellent way to tone the body, strengthen the muscles and gain important health benefits. The FitFlop has become something of a sensation of late for the toning and health benefits it offers which can easily be incorporated into any ... Read >
Author: Fitness_fanatic

Are Skechers Shape Ups a Healthy Choice?

20th May 2010
If you are looking for footwear that is extremely healthy, yet comfortable and stylish, then you should consider taking a look at Skechers Shape Ups. Skechers is a well known maker of walking shoes that have been involved with the fitness industry for sev... Read >
Author: JanetWestmore

Muscle Strength and Physiotherapy

17th February 2009
Muscle strength is very important for all of our functional activities, from heavy work such as climbing stairs or a hill to fine work such as sewing or typing on a keyboard. While losing feeling in a part of the body can be more disabling, losing muscle ... Read >
Author: David Ravech
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