Jeunesse Global has quickly become one of the most attention-grabbing names in the health and beauty direct marketing industry. The company was founded in 2009 by serial entrepreneurs Randy Ray and Wendy Lewis as a way to pass their spare hours in their third attempt at retirement. But things quickly got out of hand. Both Ray and Lewis found themselves spending more and more time on growing their latest business. Before long, it was completely consuming their lives, and they loved every minute of it. (See: indeed.com/cmp/Jeunesse-Global)
Within its first year of operation, Jeunesse was doing nearly $1 million in sales. By the mid-2010s, the company had thousands of distributors, worldwide, and was doing tens of millions of dollars in global sales. Jeunesse’s remarkable rise to the position of global player in one of the most notoriously competitive industries on Earth was not the product of luck or serendipity. Both Ray and Lewis knew exactly what they were doing from the get-go. And the key to their success lies in the creation of great products that meet a real demand within a market niche. Check out their page on: https://www.facebook.com/JeunesseHQ/
One example of this perfect-pitch in listening to the market’s needs, for which both Ray and Lewis have become legendary, is Jeunesse’s Zen 8 Project weight loss system. Jeunesse contracted with one of the leading personal trainers on the planet, devising a whole-lifestyle system that attacks the three pillars of weight loss: controlling excessive appetite, burning fat and building muscle. Visit This Page for more information about the company.
Unlike many shaman-like, voodoo weight loss systems, which rely on some kind of magic, all-encompassing pill to do their work, the Zen 8 Project is designed around the real science of weight loss, retraining the user to not only eat right and exercise optimally, but to reprogram their entire lifestyle to one that is more conducive to maintaining an overall state of mental and physical health.
The centerpiece of the Zen 8 Project is the Zen Bodi supplement system. Using scientifically proven ingredients, Zen Bodi maximized the muscle-building and fat-burning aspects of the weight loss regime, allowing the user to achieve the quickest-possible results with a minimum of time and effort.
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New Zealand resident Brian R. Mulligan is an award winning physiotherapist, world renowned lecturer and the founder of the Mulligan Concept of Manual Therapy. After graduating from the NZ School of Physiotherapy in 1954, Brian began work in private practice in Wellington a mere two years later. Brian was introduced to manual therapy in the early 60’s and it has been his special interest since. Brian started lecturing in 1972 and has taught in 91 cities within the United States and 20 countries worldwide. In 1985, Brian went on to create the Mulligan Concept of Manual Therapy which has become one of the most popular techniques in manual therapy for disorders effecting the musculature and skeleton, also known as musculoskeletal disorders. This concept utilizes mobilizations with movement (MWMs) in the extremities and sustained natural apophyseal glides (SNAGs) in the spine to relieve pain and increase range of motion. Due to the high demand of his teachings by therapists and medical practitioners alike, the Mulligan Concept Teacher Association (MCTA) was created in 1996. The near 50 accredited members teach the Mulligan concept internationally. These teachers are trained in manipulative/manual therapy up to a standard set by IFOMT. Brian was made an Honorary Fellow of the New Zealand Society of Physiotherapists in 1996 and was made a life member of the New Zealand College of Physiotherapy in 1999. He also holds an Honorary Teaching Fellowship at the University of Otago, New Zealand. In early 2010, the 6th edition of his book Manual Therapy: NAGS, SNAGS, MWMS, etc., was released. This book, which has been declared as a must for physical therapists working in the musculoskeletal field, teaches that when the Mulligan Concept is applied correctly, it can significantly reduce joint pain and increase movement. Brian has said himself, “I don’t want the pain to be better, I want the pain to be gone.” In addition, multiple DVD’s and CD-ROMs are available online for home exercise purposes. Mulligan Home Exercise DVD is currently available in English, Spanish and German on the MCTA’s website. Since retiring in 2000 from active clinical practice, he has continued to teach at seminars internationally. In his free time, he enjoys the outdoors and can be found frequently on the golf course. After over 50 years of marriage to his loving wife, Dawn, three children and six grandchildren, Brian lives a healthy and productive life to this day.
Researchers did a jogging experiment in 2012 involving a number of joggers, for the reason that many who use those reported treadmills negatively. These joggers first ran on a track and then repeated the same run on a treadmill. The researchers allowed joggers to set the treadmill speed comparable to the speed they ran on the track prior. What the research found out was the joggers were setting the treadmill speed, lower than when they ran the track, maybe because there was no goal.
All these joggers felt that the run on the treadmill was more challenging which may be false. Researchers found out in 2014, that when a jogger runs on treadmills, it is decreasing the pressure on bones and joints as compare to hitting the bare ground running and this is a good issue.
In general, those who are going for frequent walks, like Paul Mathieson, found the outdoors more invigorating; giving them increased energy and less fatigue than exercising on a treadmill. Some feel that it is the ever-changing environment that the jogger meets when running outside versus an inside treadmill. The things that one sees, as they are running and the fresh air give them pleasure.
Walking or running on a treadmill inside offers no scenery to look at and no fresh air to breathe into the lungs. Walking outside the person must set a goal for when and where they end their walk. These same goals cannot be set when using a treadmill.