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Posts from July, 2016

  • Strong Second Quarter Growth Fuels GYMGUYZ’s New Market Expansion
    PLAINVIEW, NY (PRWEB) July 29, 2016 – For GYMGUYZ, the number one mobile fitness concept in the United States, outpacing development goals is par for the course. And the first half of 2016 has set a record for the brand – setting the company up to open in five to seven new ...
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  • 17-Year-Old Exercises His Way to 120-Lb. Weight Loss
    After John Pike’s father died, he turned to food to deal with his depression . By the time he was 16, the teen from Irvington, N.Y., had reached 280 lbs. “Physically, I was always drained of energy,” Pike, now 17, tells PEOPLE. “I would sleep most of the day. Emotionally, my ...
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  • St. Louis’ Newest Gym Travels to You
    Katie Mackenzie met her husband, Tony, at the Jewish Community Center in 2010. They bonded over exercise: She worked at the gym, and he was a member. Six years later, fitness still looms large for the couple, who have invested about $65,000 to launch the first GYMGUYZ ...
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  • 8 Ways You Can Increase Innovation While Bootstrapping
    Get Creative “When you’re starting out, watching finances is key. When I started, I was doing all the training on my own. I was driving the branded GYMGUYZ van for brand recognition and grass roots marketing. You more or less need to be a one-man-shop and constantly be ...
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  • Basic Nutrition Crash-Course
    Health is a dynamic entity that’s definition seems to vary based on new research, current trends and public opinion. We live in a world where so-called “health foods” are being shoved into our daily lives at a constant rate, and the pressure to embody what the media deems as ...
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