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"Huang will take a temporary vice president of business development role at FitOrbit, a Los Angeles-based wellness technology startup"
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Welcome Charles Huang to FitOrbit!

(Source: bizjournals.com)

Cambridge, Mass. tops Amazon's list of 'well-read' cities

Having spent some time in Boston recently - and visited Cambridge - I’m not so surprised by this. I bet if you took this same survey in England, Cambridge would come out on top. Then again, I’m biased.

Marilyn Monroe working out (1952) by Philippe Halsman

Marilyn Monroe working out (1952) by Philippe Halsman

"The seeds of destruction for both iOS and Android app stores have already been sown — by none other than Google."
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FitOrbit powers Sears ePersonal Training

Sears is the #1 seller of Fitness and Sporting Goods in the US, with 24% total market share.  This is the first and only subscription service sold on Sears.com – the #3 e-commerce site in the US. 


"I’ve now been using FitOrbit for 4 weeks … The result? 10lbs gone and noticeable changes. My loose, comfy jeans now won’t stay on without a belt"
"Coffee has been linked to a reduced risk of dying from prostate cancer in a study of nearly 50,000 US men."
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(Source: BBC)

"Is it fair to fine fat people for not dieting?"
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(Source: BBC)

What does it take to lead an organization — whether it’s a sports team, a nonprofit, a start-up or a multinational corporation? What are the X factors?

"Interviews I conducted with more than 70 chief executives and other leaders for Corner Office in The New York Times point to five essentials for success — qualities that most of those C.E.O.’s share and look for in people they hire.”

The likes of Jake Steinfeld have created an industry of celebrity personal trainers