Why I didn’t buy an #AppleWatch // @seemacnbc #Fitness #TechSexy #BlogChat 


Edit  After shopping the Apple Watch on apple.com, I quickly concluded 3 things: 1. A watch is a very personal accessory.  Let’s face it: As much as it tells time or monitors fitness data, it makes a statement about you. 2. I was unsure how the Apple Watch would look on my wrist. 3. I better visit the friendly team at the Apple Store, try one on, and learn more about it. On Saturday, April 18 I visited the Apple Store at Ridgedale mall in Minnetonka, MN, made an appointment to try one on, and went through a demo of … Continue reading Why I didn’t buy an #AppleWatch // @seemacnbc #Fitness #TechSexy #BlogChat 

Under Armour’s Fitness App Acquisitions Spotlights #WearableTech Competition #MandA #CEO #CFO


There’s an overabundance of mobile fitness apps all trying to carve out market share.  It’s getting fiercely competitive. The question is: Which app will become a pervasive part of the mobile fitness ecosystem?  And who will go out with a whimper? Open for comments and opinions… …via ChiefExecutive.net | Chief Executive magazine In early February, Under Armour, maker of performance footwear, apparel and accessories, announced it would acquire two fitness apps for $560 million. The move would give UA a ready-made foothold in the digital world with 120 million members. This acquisition speaks volumes about the way technology is becoming pervasive among … Continue reading Under Armour’s Fitness App Acquisitions Spotlights #WearableTech Competition #MandA #CEO #CFO

#SportsNutrition: Whey, casein, or soy Protein? Amino Acids too? Get the facts from @LifeTimeFitness @Core3Training


There’s a lot of noise about protein in the media and locker room these days.  Tom Nikkola from @LifeTimeFitness breaks-down the facts below so you can make good nutritional choices. My experience: For the last 12 months I included – 1. Whey Isolate 2. Amino Acids …as part of my sports nutrition program with advice from a Life Time Core3 nutritionist-trainer. Make no mistake: Protein alone won’t get results.  A properly structured diet and routine fitness program is necessary to synthesize protein into muscle and metabolize fat!  Results: * 63% decrease in Body Fat Percentage (BFP) – from  27% to 10% * Re-balanced athletic body composition Increase in … Continue reading #SportsNutrition: Whey, casein, or soy Protein? Amino Acids too? Get the facts from @LifeTimeFitness @Core3Training