FITNESS FLOOR - FLOOR


FITNESS FLOOR - FLOOR TRUSS SPAN.



Fitness Floor





fitness floor






    fitness
  • the quality of being suitable; "they had to prove their fitness for the position"

  • seaworthiness: fitness to traverse the seas

  • The quality of being suitable to fulfill a particular role or task

  • good physical condition; being in shape or in condition

  • The condition of being physically fit and healthy

  • An organism's ability to survive and reproduce in a particular environment





    floor
  • a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale; "what level is the office on?"

  • All the rooms or areas on the same level of a building; a story

  • The lower surface of a room, on which one may walk

  • A level area or space used or designed for a particular activity

  • shock: surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off; "I was floored when I heard that I was promoted"

  • the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure); "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"; "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent"











fitness floor - Eat Dirt,




Eat Dirt, Drink Vinegar and Sleep on the Floor


Eat Dirt, Drink Vinegar and Sleep on the Floor



This book does not agree with what the food and drug industry calls food and medicine. Food should come in its natural state from the ground, not from a science lab, and medicine should come from food, herbs, vitamins and minerals and not from artificial chemicals that suppress symptoms while the body continues to sicken.

Produce your own food and medicine instead of trusting providers whose primary goal is to make a profit. Eating dirt may sound strange, but it is made of the full-array minerals that are lacking in most of our food that is grown on depleted soils. Most of the minerals you buy as supplements are dug from the ground. Learn how to make them yourself. Phytic acid in grains can deplete the body of minerals, but it is also a nutrient in itself and helps protect against cancer, dementia, anemia and diabetes and is a source of inositol, a basic ingredient in the membrane of cells. Learn how to use grains to get the benefit of phytic acid without the detrimental effects.

This book is about nature-based routes to good health, preferably the least expensive routes and always favoring the do-it-yourself route over the store-bought route. It emphasizes good food over medicine, and natural medicines over synthetic. There are many recipes and instructions on creating the good food to get or stay healthy. It includes sections on lacto-fermenting vegetables, brewing nourishing beverages including real ale and EM, ways to craft nourishing foods, some simple home kitchen "tips", advice on how to alkalize your body by incorporating the minerals found in the environment around us into your food and how to make grain products like bread that are once again the "staff of life".

It includes information about using the animal fats that are necessary for growth, reproduction and brain function. It explains how to harvest wild yeast for home brewing and baking and how to make kombucha, wine and fermented soda pop with natural ingredients. This is not a diet book but it does include a section on how to lose weight and get down to a size that is healthy for you. It touches on some of the newer theories about disease including the terrain theory of disease and pleiomorphism. There is a section on a wide variety of home remedies taken from anecdotes from people who said they worked for them and other folk cures that have been passed down for generations. There is considerable information on using full-array minerals to restore health because the author believes that adding minerals to the diet is one of the most important, and often one of the most overlooked, aspects of restoring or maintaining good health.

There are some tips for living a healthy lifestyle frugally and some ideas on ways you can learn skills now that you could use to help you live through a natural disaster or famine in the future other than buying processed food to store and that you can use now to save expenses on groceries. There is a section on making chocolate products at home with simple, basic recipes that are inexpensive, easy to make and do not have all the chemical processing in them that commercial chocolate products do. There is a section on cosmetics that can be made with natural ingredients.

I conclude with some thoughts about life and philosophy and how leading a meaningful life is integral to living a healthy life and ways to go about it.

This e-book has 100k words and is interactively indexed and integrated with the web.

Last updated on 14 July 2011

This book does not agree with what the food and drug industry calls food and medicine. Food should come in its natural state from the ground, not from a science lab, and medicine should come from food, herbs, vitamins and minerals and not from artificial chemicals that suppress symptoms while the body continues to sicken.

Produce your own food and medicine instead of trusting providers whose primary goal is to make a profit. Eating dirt may sound strange, but it is made of the full-array minerals that are lacking in most of our food that is grown on depleted soils. Most of the minerals you buy as supplements are dug from the ground. Learn how to make them yourself. Phytic acid in grains can deplete the body of minerals, but it is also a nutrient in itself and helps protect against cancer, dementia, anemia and diabetes and is a source of inositol, a basic ingredient in the membrane of cells. Learn how to use grains to get the benefit of phytic acid without the detrimental effects.

This book is about nature-based routes to good health, preferably the least expensive routes and always favoring the do-it-yourself route over the store-bought route. It emphasizes good food over medicine, and natural medicines over synthetic. There are many recipes and instructions on creating the good food to get or stay healthy. It includes sections on lacto-fermenting vegetables, brewing nourishing beverages including real ale and EM, ways to craft nourishing foods, some simple home kitchen "tips", advice on how to alkalize your body by incorporating the minerals found in the environment around us into your food and how to make grain products like bread that are once again the "staff of life".

It includes information about using the animal fats that are necessary for growth, reproduction and brain function. It explains how to harvest wild yeast for home brewing and baking and how to make kombucha, wine and fermented soda pop with natural ingredients. This is not a diet book but it does include a section on how to lose weight and get down to a size that is healthy for you. It touches on some of the newer theories about disease including the terrain theory of disease and pleiomorphism. There is a section on a wide variety of home remedies taken from anecdotes from people who said they worked for them and other folk cures that have been passed down for generations. There is considerable information on using full-array minerals to restore health because the author believes that adding minerals to the diet is one of the most important, and often one of the most overlooked, aspects of restoring or maintaining good health.

There are some tips for living a healthy lifestyle frugally and some ideas on ways you can learn skills now that you could use to help you live through a natural disaster or famine in the future other than buying processed food to store and that you can use now to save expenses on groceries. There is a section on making chocolate products at home with simple, basic recipes that are inexpensive, easy to make and do not have all the chemical processing in them that commercial chocolate products do. There is a section on cosmetics that can be made with natural ingredients.

I conclude with some thoughts about life and philosophy and how leading a meaningful life is integral to living a healthy life and ways to go about it.

This e-book has 100k words and is interactively indexed and integrated with the web.

Last updated on 14 July 2011










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Fitness Floor Angels!




Fitness Floor Angels!





One hundred forty-five people joined KooDooZ and O2 MAX Fitness in a six-mile walk for one purpose – to raise awareness of the childhood obesity epidemic in the United States.











Fitness center floor before application




Fitness center floor before application





Here is a picture of the fitness center before BianCoat (Glossy type) was applied. You can notice the dull finish, excessive scratches and drab appearance of the wood.









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