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31 Oct 2013 - 04:36:29 am

Sweatguru Aims To Be The Open Table For Fitness









We want to educate people about the variety of approaches available, as we really believe optimal fitness is not a one-size fits all endeavor. We really hope to get families involved as recent research shows that children really are affected by their parent's health decisions. Admission is free, and lunch and dinner will be served. There will be free chair massage, door prizes and contests as well. Dr.
Source: http://www.mlive.com/entertainment/ann-arbor/index.ssf/2013/10/explore_fitness_options_at_sat.html








The service was born out of a need for co-founders Jamie Walker and Alyse Mason-Brill to manage their growing boot camp business. A similar service, MindBody Online, offers business management software tailored to fitness studios, spas and salons, but it doesnt offer a consumer-facing product for those looking for classes. Other than that, SweatGuru may actually be the first of its kind (which is a really sweeping statement to make when youre talking about the whole history of the Internet). We're launching in these target markets in order to introduce the product to more users and expand the number of fitness pros on the site, said CEO Jamie Walker, via email. We plan to expand rapidly in cities that surround our initial target markets http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/10/prweb11222047.htm and are looking at Chicago, Austin, and Denver as our next markets.We hope to be international eventually as well. While in closed beta, the company doled out a few invites and tested the site with 80 users.
Source: http://vator.tv/news/2013-10-30-sweatguru-aims-to-be-the-open-table-for-fitness









Fitness First partners with Mardi Gras




Screen Australia needs to stop acting like a club Today sees academia-meets-journalism website The Conversation launching a new section covering the creative industries. It's partly thanks to $50,000 from Screen Australia. But the lack of obvious process from Screen Australia in handing over the money raises serious questions about how the government-funded body does business, argues Tim Burrowes. I must confess, I've been feeling uneasy about Screen Australia for some time now.
Source: http://mumbrella.com.au/fitness-first-partners-mardi-gras-187122




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