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Fit4Mii app Announces Online and Online-to-offline Fitness Training Platform and Multi-Lingual Marketplace

“Find the right fit for you at Fit4Mii”

In one swift move, Fit4Mii app has established a workout system that allows fitness enthusiasts to participate virtually via the internet or offline from it’s world-class trainers. The platform also features a marketplace where fitness enthusiasts can get their hands on all necessary tools required to achieve a healthy body and mind.

Fit4Mii app is a fully accessible online and online-to-offline fitness platform and market place. It provides online training for everyone, no matter age or ability both on and offline. Fit4Mii app trainers go through rigorous training and are largely multi-lingual and when combined, speak 19 languages. They are qualified in many disciplines including Muay Thai, corrective exercise, yoga, nutrition, pilates, and Zumba. At Fit4Mii app, there is an online fitness class for everyone, everywhere regardless of age, language, health condition, body type and gender.

Given the covid pandemic, health and fitness has become an important focus. Physical fitness is generally achieved through proper nutrition, moderate to vigorous physical exercise, and sufficient rest. The Fit4Mii app online fitness platform does not only help users to exercise, but to do it the right way. Fit4Mii app enables each participant to find tailored fitness programs to help them get the most from working out. Besides fitness, these programs also touch on other aspects of health and wellness such as bone, mental, social and emotional.

Fit4Mii app has a well-rounded online fitness program to improve a person’s fitness levels in all aspects of fitness. Fitness enthusiasts have come forward to say that the platform has been a lot of help as it has pushed them into developing other parts of their bodies. Without Fit4Mii app, most participants confessed to only practicing cardio/respiratory endurance or weight training.

Fit4Mii app is virtual gym providing live and interactive fitness classes online. Participants can access several fitness courses or programs ranging from Cardio, Dance, Nutrition to Kids fitness, and Family. In a bid to make its services available to everyone, the team at Fit4Mii has made sure to mix its paid courses with some free courses. Now, everyone can participate.

For more information visit the Fit4Mii website or use the media contact outlets below.

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Possible coronavirus exposures at Madison County Walmart, Price Chopper, Planet Fitness

Oneida, N.Y. — The Madison County Health Department is warning of three potential recent exposures to the coronavirus.

Health officials said that anyone who visited the following locations during the following times should monitor for symptoms:

Planet Fitness, 2002 Glenwood Shopping Plaza, Oneida. Time of exposure: Oct. 20, from 5 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.; and Oct. 21 and 22, from 5 to 5:15 p.m.

Walmart, 2024 Genesee St., Oneida. Time of exposure: Oct. 22, from 5:30 to 5:45 p.m.

Price Chopper, 142 Genesee St, Oneida. Time of exposure: Oct. 21, from 5:30 to 5:45 p.m.

In all three cases, the individuals who tested positive for Covid-19 who visited the three locations were wearing masks.

The county encourages anyone who visited those locations to monitor themselves for symptoms of Covid-19, which include fever, cough, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, congestion or runny rose, nausea and vomiting, diarrhea or difficulty breathing. County officials say anyone who visited Walmart and Planet Fitness in Oneida should monitor for symptoms through Nov. 5; and anyone who was at Price Chopper should monitor through Nov. 4.

“It is important that residents remain diligent and continue to do their part to limit the spread of COVID-19,” county health officials said in a news release. “Please protect yourself and others by wearing a face covering when you are out in public, especially when you are unable to maintain social distancing. Also, please practice good hygiene. These guidelines are for all of our protection to stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community.”

Madison County also announced it has partnered with SUNY Upstate to hold Covid-19 diagnostic mobile testing clinics.

Testing is available to anyone interested at no cost to the patient, however they are by appointment only. To schedule an appoint, call (315) 464-2582 and select option 0.

“They are experiencing longer than usual wait times, so please be patient and remain on hold to book an appointment,” health officials said.

The mobile testing clinics are scheduled from 3 to 7 p.m. on the following Thursdays:

Oct. 29 and Nov. 12 at the Madison County Complex parking lot, 138 N. Court St., Wampsville.

Nov. 5 at the Hamilton Village Police Department, 5121 Wings Way, Hamilton.

For more information and a full list of potential exposures, visit the Madison County Health Department website.

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Simeone gives update on Atletico star Suarez’s fitness ahead of Champions League clash with RB Salzburg

Atletico Madrid head coach Diego Simeone said Luis Suarez could still start the club’s Champions League fixture against Salzburg, despite training away from the squad.

Suarez trained individually ahead of Tuesday’s Group A showdown with Austrian visitors Salzburg in Madrid.

Simeone – whose Atletico were routed 4-0 by defending champions Bayern Munich on matchday one – provided a fitness update on Suarez, telling reporters on Monday: “He’ll be in the squad.

“We agreed with the doctor that it was best for him to work away from the group [on Monday] and then, according to what we see tomorrow, he’ll [either] start or be on the bench.”

Suarez has been in red-hot form since swapping embattled La Liga giants Barcelona for Spanish rivals Atletico at the start of the season.

The 33-year-old has scored four goals in five league games, including the second goal in last week’s 2-0 victory at home to Real Betis.

Suarez also scored his 150th La Liga goal earlier this month, becoming the second fastest player to reach that milestone in the competition this century – quicker than Lionel Messi and only behind Cristiano Ronaldo.

Asked if he was surprised by Suarez’s impact, Simeone replied: “Surprised, no.  I’ve found a player who I listened to on the phone when we first made contact in that first chat to see if there was a chance he could join us.

“He wanted to be here and he’s proving it. Let’s hope we can help him.”

Simeone also hailed Atletico attacker Joao Felix, who has impressed during the early stages of 2020-21.

Joao Felix arrived from Benfica for a club-record €126 million fee last season but injuries hampered the Portuguese after a solid start.

He has a goal and one assist through five La Liga appearances and Simeone added: “It’s always the same. For me, he’s had some very good games since the start of the season. Granada, Huesca, Villarreal despite being tired, the whole game in Munich…

“He’s looked dangerous on a number of occasions. The other day [against Real Betis], when he came on in the 25th minute, the team had a good fluidity.

“I’m happy with his work, except for a few minutes against Celta [Vigo], which weren’t the best. We’re always looking for a situation to find him [on the pitch]. He’s a boy who’s in good form, like many of his team-mates.”

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Simeone provides fitness update on Suarez after Atletico star misses training

Atletico Madrid head coach Diego Simeone said Luis Suarez could still start the club’s Champions League fixture against Salzburg, despite training away from the squad.



Luis Suarez standing on a court: Luis Suarez (L) and Atletico Madrid head coach Diego Simeone (R)


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Luis Suarez (L) and Atletico Madrid head coach Diego Simeone (R)

Suarez trained individually ahead of Tuesday’s Group A showdown with Austrian visitors Salzburg in Madrid.

Simeone – whose Atletico were routed 4-0 by defending champions Bayern Munich on matchday one – provided a fitness update on Suarez, telling reporters on Monday: “He’ll be in the squad.

“We agreed with the doctor that it was best for him to work away from the group [on Monday] and then, according to what we see tomorrow, he’ll [either] start or be on the bench.”

Suarez has been in red-hot form since swapping embattled LaLiga giants Barcelona for Spanish rivals Atletico at the start of the season.

The 33-year-old has scored four goals in five league games, including the second goal in last week’s 2-0 victory at home to Real Betis.

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Suarez also scored his 150th LaLiga goal earlier this month, becoming the second fastest player to reach that milestone in the competition this century – quicker than Lionel Messi and only behind Cristiano Ronaldo.

Asked if he was surprised by Suarez’s impact, Simeone replied: “Surprised, no. 

“I’ve found a player who I listened to on the phone when we first made contact in that first chat to see if there was a chance he could join us.

“He wanted to be here and he’s proving it. Let’s hope we can help him.”

Simeone also hailed Atletico attacker Joao Felix, who has impressed during the early stages of 2020-21.

Joao Felix arrived from Benfica for a club-record €126million fee last season but injuries hampered the Portuguese after a solid start.

He has a goal and one assist through five LaLiga appearances and Simeone added: “It’s always the same. For me, he’s had some very good games since the start of the season. Granada, Huesca, Villarreal despite being tired, the whole game in Munich…

“He’s looked dangerous on a number of occasions. The other day [against Real Betis], when he came on in the 25th minute, the team had a good fluidity.

“I’m happy with his work, except for a few minutes against Celta [Vigo], which weren’t the best. We’re always looking for a situation to find him [on the pitch]. He’s a boy who’s in good form, like many of his team-mates.”

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Bengaluru leads the way in fitness journey- The New Indian Express

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BENGALURU: Garden city, pub city, and now fitness capital… Bengaluru, according to a recent survey, leads the way when it comes to fitness and health consciousness. A survey by Gympik to assess the impact of Covid-19 on India’s fitness behaviour, shows that the city tops the list in the virtual fitness landscape, with 58 per cent Bengalureans surveyed working out at least 3-4 times a week. Mumbai, with 46 per cent, Delhi/NCR, with 42 pre cent, take the second and third spot, respectively. 

Illustration: Tapas Ranjan

With more than 50,000 respondents from across geographies, the report tracks key wellness trends such as mental health, emerging fitness solutions, and new industry challenges.

The city’s vast population of IT professionals, who work long hours and are prone to health issues, have realised that they need to up their fitness quotient to sustain their line of work.

“Because they have travelled to the West a lot on work-related projects, their exposure to Western themes like CrossFit, long-distance running and yoga – which people are lapping up because of the way the it has propagated there – have influenced them to become fitness conscious,” says Abinav Shankar Narayan, founder, Namma CrossFit, adding that only those who liked lifting weights are eager to return to gyms as training at home does not allow people to lift and drop heavy weights.

Agrees nutrition advisor Shalini Manglani who feels that people in the “tech city” are more savvy with the virtual medium. According to fitness consultant and personal trainer Bhaskar Prabhu, Bengaluru has fitness enthusiasts who are serious about their workouts. “Many clients have set up a small gym in their houses so as to not skip their usual routine. This way they don’t have to worry about the safety issues involved in going to a gym,” says Prabhu. With many living with senior family members, and not wanting to take a risk, Prabhu is not surprised that they have easily adapted to the virtual route. “This way they feel they are keeping fit and building immunity without stepping out,” he says. 

Bengaluru is a hub for fitness seekers and experts, says Amaresh Ojha, founder-CEO, Gympik. “Even before Covid-19, Bengaluru had the highest traction for online gym membership sales via our platform, which clearly shows Bengalureans’ inclination towards fitness and wellness,” he adds, pointing out that the average resident in the city is more than enthusiastic about trying out new things, especially when it involves technology. “It’s this attitude which has made Bangalore top the charts in adopting virtual fitness services as well,” he says.

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Bengaluru leads in the virtual fitness landscape with 58%, followed by Mumbai with 46%, Delhi/NCR with 42% surveyed residents working out at least 3-4 times a week 
While deciding to return to the gym, 90% of the members are strongly concerned about the sanitisation measures taken at the fitness centre
72% of members said they would feel more comfortable at the gym with additional sanitiser dispensers

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Alexandra Cane opens up about her ‘fitness journey’, describing life after losing two stone

She’s the 2018 Love Island star who famously lost two stone following a health and lifestyle overhaul. 

And on Monday Alexandra Cane opened up about her ‘fitness journey’ and past relationship with food and alcohol as she shared a short video of her gym-honed physique on Instagram. 

The 29-year-old looked sensational in a white and blue sports co-ord, featuring a sports bra and a pair of skin-tight leggings. 

Fitness fanatic: Alexandra Cane opened up about her 'fitness journey' on Monday, in the caption of a short selfie video of her gym-honed physique that she posted to Instagram

Fitness fanatic: Alexandra Cane opened up about her ‘fitness journey’ on Monday, in the caption of a short selfie video of her gym-honed physique that she posted to Instagram

The outfit revealed the reality star’s washboard abs and incredible gym-honed figure as she struck a pose in front of a full length mirror.  

Alexandra pulled her raven tresses pulled back in a tight pony tail, with just a hint of smokey make-up accentuating her good looks. 

In an accompanying caption the brunette was candid with her fans about her relationship with the gym and her own sense of self. 

Describing how bad things used to be, she wrote: ‘I experienced years of no purpose, attempting the gym numerous times with money wasted on memberships I never used because I was so scared & didn’t have a clue what I was doing.  

Curvy: The stars blue and white fitness co-ord revealed the reality star's washboard abs and incredible gym-honed figure

Curvy: The stars blue and white fitness co-ord revealed the reality star’s washboard abs and incredible gym-honed figure

Opening up: In an accompanying caption the brunette was candid with her fans about her relationship with the gym and her own sense of self

Opening up: In an accompanying caption the brunette was candid with her fans about her relationship with the gym and her own sense of self

‘Last year I hit rock bottom and knew that no one was going to save me but myself.

‘I had an unhealthy relationship with food & alcohol which I was using as coping mechanisms to mask what was really going on underneath.’

Alexandra decided things could not go on as they were, and she turned her life around by heading to the gym and losing two stone in just three. 

She said: ‘A solid year of self development has transformed me not only physically, but most importantly, mentally. I am a different woman.’

The reality star also emphasised that external appearance is not everything, and it is important to care for yourself on the inside as well as out.

Candid:  On Sunday evening Alexandra shared more words of sage advice, as she opened up to her 1.4 million Instagram followers during a Q and A on her Instagram story

Candid:  On Sunday evening Alexandra shared more words of sage advice, as she opened up to her 1.4 million Instagram followers during a Q and A on her Instagram story

Open: The star cut a cosy appearance in a big cream turtle-neck jumper, as she took a series of selfies and responded to questions

Open: The star cut a cosy appearance in a big cream turtle-neck jumper, as she took a series of selfies and responded to questions

Self love: When asked what she does to fend away loneliness, the brunette penned, 'taking myself on dates... Like what I'm doing right now, taking my ass to the cinema'

Self love: When asked what she does to fend away loneliness, the brunette penned, ‘taking myself on dates… Like what I’m doing right now, taking my ass to the cinema’

She penned: ‘The aesthetics were fun for a while, but recent events (pandemic, stress etc) have emphasised the importance of truly looking after yourself from the inside out. Self care is not selfish, it’s necessary.’ 

The previous evening, Alexandra shared more words of sage advice,

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West Ham sweating on star man Antonio’s fitness after he went off for the second game in a row

West Ham sweating on the fitness of star man Michail Antonio after he was forced off for the second game in a row… with forward waiting for a scan on niggling hamstring problem

  • Michail Antonio was taken off after 52 minutes after scoring against West Ham
  • Only Harry Kane has scored more than the 30-year-old since Project Restart 
  • Antonio has suffered a series of hamstring problems since joining the Hammers

West Ham are waiting anxiously to hear whether leading goalscorer Michail Antonio will need treatment for a recurring hamstring problem after the 30-year-old came off during Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Manchester City. 

Antonio had put the Hammers in front in the match with a brilliant bicycle kick after 18 minutes to bag his 11th Premier League goal since matches went behind closed doors due to the Covid-19 pandemic, with only Tottenham striker Harry Kane scoring more in that time in England’s top flight.

However, he was withdrawn seven minutes into the second half, with Andriy Yarmolenko coming on to replace him just after Phil Foden had equalised for City, and now there are concerns he could face an extended spell out. 

Michail Antonio scored a spectacular bicycle kick before being substituted in the second half

Michail Antonio scored a spectacular bicycle kick before being substituted in the second half

The initial assessment of Antonio’s injury was inconclusive and he will have a scan by Thursday at the latest. 

The London-born forward has become the focal point of the Hammers’ attack with his tireless running, intelligent link-up play and deadly finishing and will be sorely missed if he does have to spend time on the sidelines.

David Moyes’ side have a weekend trip to Liverpool up next as they look to haul themselves back into the top half of the table. 

Antonio had been substituted the previous weekend during the epic 3-3 comeback against Tottenham with a similar issue and West Ham manager Moyes was optimistic he would recover quickly when speaking after the Man City match. 

Antonio has been in sizzling form since matches went behind closed doors due to Covid-19

Antonio has been in sizzling form since matches went behind closed doors due to Covid-19

The former Sheffield Wednesday man has suffered a succession of hamstring problems since joining the east Londoners, but he is enjoying a new lease of life under Moyes. 

With £45million Sebastien Haller unfancied by Moyes in the league, Antonio has found himself at the point of the attack and has thrived, scoring in the 3-0 win over Leicester City this season, as well as popping up with crucial strikes against Chelsea and Manchester United last term and firing four past Norwich City to relegate the Canaries in July. 

Moyes will be hoping other members of the side’s attack can fill the void if Antonio does face time out and the ex-Everton boss will be encouraged by the form of his side, who have taken five points from matches against Leicester, Tottenham and City this month. 

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Jessica Alba Revealed Her Favorite Home, Fashion, and Fitness Essentials You Can Buy on Amazon

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It’s no secret that Jessica Alba has impeccable taste in home decor and a fashionable wardrobe, and if you’ve ever wondered how to bring her enviable style into your own space, you’re in luck. The actress just released her Amazon wish list that’s filled with modern home decor, chic workwear, and stylish fitness finds for all to see, and we couldn’t be happier. The best part? You can add them to your virtual cart for as little as $13. 

If you follow the star on Instagram and Youtube, then you know her home has a contemporary look, and unsurprisingly, the mom-of-three includes practical items on her wish list such as nonstick cookware and refillable glass spray bottles. Some of her recent YouTube videos and social media posts show her cooking tasty treats with her kids and her mom, which means these items are already being put to good use. 

RELATED: Jessica Alba Introduced Us to the Genius Product That Banishes Blisters for Good

Aside from making her home a sophisticated yet family-friendly space, The Honest Company founder also has great taste in all things fashion and beauty. No matter if she’s spending time with her kids or making an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, we typically see her wearing simple outfits with neutral tones, like jeans and a white button-down. If her effortlessly cool style inspires you, we’re happy to report that you can find affordable lookalikes on her dedicated Amazon page, and we’ve curated a list of items below that should be on your radar.

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Jessica Alba’s Favorite Workwear

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Jessica Alba’s Favorite Fitness Finds

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Some Quebec fitness businesses says they will reopen despite COVID-19 restrictions

MONTREAL – Some Quebec gym, yoga, dance and martial arts business owners say they intend to reopen their doors on Thursday in defiance of provincial health rules.

A coalition of fitness businesses is calling on Quebec Premier Francois Legault to lift restrictions that forced their facilities to close this month amid a second COVID-19 wave.

They urged Premier Francois Legault to consider their plight ahead of an expected announcement Monday and said that without evidence they are contributing to outbreaks, they should be allowed to reopen.

When Legault announced the measures affecting the province’s high-alert red zones, including Montreal and Quebec City, they were scheduled to come to an end after Oct. 28, but he has recently hinted that some of the restrictions will have to remain in place.

“For the moment, we are ready to open on the 29th, because there hasn’t been any recommendations to the contrary,” said Christian Menard, vice-president of ProGym in east-end Montreal.

“We want the premier to take into consideration the opinion and the lives of those on the ground and those who use these facilities.”

While some the coalition’s 253 members have vowed to reopen their doors on Thursday even if the lockdown is extended, not all have committed to doing so.

Menard said above all, the group wants the government and public health officials to consider them as an asset to the health system and acknowledge their facilities contribute to the population’s overall physical and mental well-being.

“There’s a part of the population in distress that needs these services, and as the winter months inch closer, these services will become essential,” Menard said.

On Monday, Quebec reported 808 new COVID-19 cases as well as 10 further deaths linked to the virus. The province has a seven-day average of 940 cases daily, roughly 110 people per million population.

The number of hospitalizations dropped by eight from one day earlier to 543. Of those, the number of intensive care cases dropped by four to 93.

Since Quebec announced a 28-day partial lockdown in Montreal and Quebec City beginning Oct. 1, several other regions have been declared COVID-19 red zones. The measures closed bars, restaurant dining rooms and theatres, among other venues, and a week later gyms were added to the list.

The coalition of fitness company owners said in a statement the lockdown measures will force them out of business after they made significant investments to comply with health measures during the pandemic.

Menard said his own gym has a key card system that acts as a registry, and as a precaution he’s installed a temperature-screening device at the entrance.

While some of the facilities across the province intend to reopen, the statement suggested they would back down if health authorities can demonstrate by Thursday that their operations have led to outbreaks.

“If they want to close us, they have to give us the facts,” Menard said.

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