Debunking Myths About Using Personal Training to Reach Your Conditioning Goals

Posted on: 16 February 2021
Many individuals will want to get into better shape, but they may not be sure as to the steps that they should be taking to start this process. Luckily, some of the more prevalent myths about personal training can be easily dismissed. Myth: You Should Always Workout Every Day When You First Start Individuals will often assume that they should start out exercising every day. However, it can be important to give your muscles time to recover from your workouts.
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Tips For Those Considering Running For Congress

Posted on: 6 July 2020
When it comes to choosing your path in life, you may be considering the options available to you to make a difference in the world. For example, choosing to run for Congress or another public office is a major decision. However, it's one that you should only make when you are fully prepared. Before you make the final decision whether you are going to run for Congress or not, there are some things that you should think carefully about.
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2020 Governor Campaign: What Does Huntsman Stand For?

Posted on: 20 May 2020
Jon Huntsman Jr. is running for governor in Utah's 2020 election with Michelle Kaufusi as lieutenant governor.  Who is Jon Huntsman Jr.? Jon Huntsman Jr. was born in Redwood City, California. His family soon moved to Utah, and he attended high school in Salt Lake City. As a young adult, he attended the University of Utah before serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Taiwan where he learned Mandarin.
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4 Important Tips For Advocating Effectively For Your Cause

Posted on: 10 February 2020
If you have a cause that your organization wants to advocate for within the government, be it a social cause or for specific business regulations and rules, you are going to need to have a few effective advocating strategies under your belt. In order to get things done within the government, you need to have a platform of advocacy to stand on. Tip #1: Building Relationships Helps Build Policy First, start by building relationships with other people.
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