A Security System You Can Trust

I looked into home security systems recently because I had to take a trip out of town for about three months due to work. I’m a single guy who pretty much keeps to himself so I didn’t have anyone to watch my house. Considering I live somewhat out in the boonies, there aren’t many neighbors to lean on for help. I figured I needed a system with full time monitoring, so I went online and started doing some research. Pretty quickly I found a company with an excellent reputation in the field and got in contact with them.

I explained my needs and they agreed that it would be a pretty routine matter of getting everything set up. They went through all of their different tiers of service, explaining each one, and helped me make a decision on what level of service I should get. They also mentioned they do monitoring for less common dangers such as flooding and fires, which sounded great to me. Continue reading “A Security System You Can Trust”

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Food, Booze and Reviews…News

Autumn seems to be well underway with this week seeing me bring out the winter coat for the first time. This is both a good and bad thing. Summer is past and soon we will not see the sun for a good 6 months or so; but on the plus side comfort food is back on the menu.

The change in seasons has not affected the local food scene, with more openings and events taking place all over Brighton and beyond. With that in mind it is time for another edition of Food, Booze and Reviews…News.

Worthing Beer Festival

Those glorious words have been joined together in unholy matrimony to form the joyous union of beer festival. This weekend sees the 20th annual CAMRA Real Ale and Cider festival taking place at The Assembly Hall in Worthing. On both Friday and Saturday, real ale and cider fans can enjoy a vast array of delicious beverages over the course of four different “sessions”. Tickets for each session cost just £5 or £2 for the Saturday evening, which I will be attending, and include a free glass and programme. There will also be a fantastic choice of food vendors serving up pies, pasties and pastrami to help soak up all that glorious booze.

For full information about the event and where to buy tickets head over to the official website by following this link.

Bison to Bristol film Screening

If real ale is not your thing and you prefer your beer just a little bit more crafty then this Saturday could have the event for you. Celebrating their recent Brighton to Bristol cycle ride, the Bison Beer team are hosting a special screening of their film documenting the ride. Not only that you will also get to sample their collaboration brew with Bristol’s Good Chemistry that has been created specially for the Bison Arms. The Ryed with Us IPA comes in at an impressive 6.3% and there will be food from Brighton trailblazers 64 Degrees. The short film will be followed by a screening of 80’s BMX film “Rad” with rumours of a themed drinking game being circulated.

Tickets for the event cost just £10 with all proceeds going to the Cedar Centre School who were recently the victims of theft. The charity, a special needs school, sadly had a number of their bikes stolen whilst the Bison2Bristol ride was taking place and so it is hoped that this event will help to raised some much needed funds.

For tickets and more information on the event follow this link. If you want to hear more about the charity and how to support them click this link.

Guerilla Grill @ Mange Tout

Brighton pop up, street food and event specialists Guerilla Grill will be hosting a pop up at Mange Tout bistro on Wednesday the 19th. Expect an evening of excellent Andalusian small plates and fantastic natural wines in the cool surroundings of Mange Tout. Tickets are not required as this is a walk in event that starts at 6pm.

Mange Tout is a small independent bistro that serves breakfast and lunch during the week and dinner on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Check out their website by following this link.

Small Batch Coffee come to Worthing

Following the launch of Pizzaface and Boho Gelato in Worthing, we welcome another of Brighton’s most beloved brands with Small Batch Coffee Roasters now open. This chain of coffee shops have become one of the stars of Brighton’s independent food and drink scene and opening a branch in Worthing signals a positive step for the town. I will be heading along during the week to help celebrate the opening of the new shop, poor me, and to check out their new digs.

The new shop is located at 14-16 Portland Road, BN11 1QN and you can read all about Small Batch and their awesome coffee on their website by following this link.

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Chef or Santoku knife

Let’s face it, knives are cool. The way that light gleams off the razor sharp steel of a knife blade is exhilarating; sparking something primal in our psyche that no amount of sensible grown up thoughts can dispel. No other kitchen item can rival it in terms of pure excitement and visual appeal; although a lovely gleaming set of French copper pans comes fairly close. A chef’s choice of knife is often an extension of their personality and cooking style. For the home cook owning one quality knife is often enough for most jobs, but which do you choose?

For anyone that cooks, be that professionally or just at home, choosing a new knife can be one of the most exciting and personal purchases that can be made. Cooking knives are the most important tool in the kitchen, after the chef, and have a massive impact on both the cooking experience and the end product. With so many different brands, styles and sizes of knife to choose from it can also be one of the most daunting.

I was approached by the Steamer Trading Cookshop to take part in their #thesteamerchallenge looking at this very issue. More specifically I was asked to look into the differences between a European chef’s knife and the Asian style Santoku knife. This is one of the most hotly searched topics in the knife debate, trust me I asked on social media, given that these are arguably the two most commonly used knives in the kitchen.

In order to assist in my research, they sent me a couple of knives to review and compare – which was nice.

The Knives

The knives that I will be reviewing are from German company Wüsthof who are one of the major players in the knife world. This family business was started back in 1814 in Solingen, Germany and is still owned and operated by the Wüsthof family. With their striking trident symbol and efficient and unassuming design these are serious knives for professionals and home cooks alike.

The two knives that I will be reviewing come from their Classic range which is one of their core forged knife collections. Forged knives are much stronger and will stay sharper long then a stamped knife, and so you should always go for these. The Classic range is their entry level, however, the blades used in all Wüsthof knives are the same and it is only the design and balance that is different between the ranges. They are also forged from one solid piece of steel that runs the full length of the knife which creates a stronger and more durable end product.

Being the main entry level range there are a huge number of knives to choose from, about 70 in total. This means that if you are a bit of a collector and want everything to match these are perfect, it does also mean that you have got a serious amount of options to try and whittle down; and so without further ado, the knives…

Wüsthof Classic 18cm Cooks Knife

Anyone who has even set foot in a domestic or commercial kitchen knows the classic chef or cooks knife. This is the do it all, jack of all trades knife for any kitchen and can handle nearly any task you throw at it. These come in a range of sizes and, because I am a man, I’ve always tended to go for the largest I could find; perhaps I’m compensating for something. This 18cm version is shorter than the 20.5cm knife I already own and I actually found it to be quite a useful size, it’s what you do with it that counts after all.

Out of the box and the first thing I notice is how nice this knife feels in the hand. It is beautifully balanced and is surprisingly light. The ergonomic polypropylene handle feels very natural in the hand with a surprisingly wood like feel. This immediately gives the user confidence and a sense of control.

 

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Elderbrook Cordial Delice

Following on from my review of Elderbrook Cordials here is a recipe that I came up with using the flavoured cordials in one of my favourite desserts. A delice is a delightful little dessert that looks gorgeous and is actually fairly straightforward to make. By using the cordial, the method is actually even easier than when made with fresh fruits or berries so this recipe really is a simplified version.

Instead of making one large dessert I went for four smaller ones using individual 3in rings. If you wanted to you could make a single large dessert using a larger ring and a flan base for the bottom layer. If you did this only use one flavour of cordial for the mousse filling. You may also need a little more of the jelly depending on the size of your ring – I would suggest no larger than 8in.

This recipe takes a few hours to make due to all the time needed to set the different components so make it in the morning for that evenings meal. You will also need a sugar thermometer.

Ingredients

For the jelly:

20ml of Elderbrook lime, mint and baobab cordial

500ml of water

4 gelatine leaf sheets

For the mousse:

150g caster sugar

2 free-range egg whites

300ml of double cream

15ml each of Elderbrook Yuzu, Spanish lemon and lucuma and Spanish orange, Apricot and goldenberry cordials.

For the base:

1 shop bought madeira cake or similar plain sponge.

Method

  • Prepare the bases by using one of your chef rings to cut through the side of the madeira cake. Once you have got a single cylindrical piece slice this into four discs and fit into the bottom of each chef ring.
  • For the mousse you first need to make an Italian meringue. Whisk the egg whites until soft peaks form when the whisk is removed. Whilst you are doing this dissolve the sugar in about 50ml of water in a saucepan until boiling and the sugar has dissolved. Using a sugar thermometer continue to boil until the temperature reaches 118C/235F also known as the soft ball stage.
  • Remove from the heat and gentle pour this into the whisked egg whites in a steady stream whilst continuing to whisk. Be careful when doing this not to splash hot sugar over yourself as it burns. Once all the sugar syrup has been added continue to whisk for a minute or so to cool it.

Tip: use near boiling water to clean the saucepan you made the sugar syrup in and any residue will come right off.

  • In a separate bowl whisk the double cream until peaks form before folding into the meringue mixture. Separate this into two separate bowls and then fold in each of the separate cordial flavours.
  • Add each of the mixtures to two of the prepared chef rings leaving about 1cm of space at the top for the jelly. Place into the fridge to chill and set for at least an hour. I did this on the plates that I would be serving each on.
  • In the meantime, make the jelly. Following the instructions on the packet soak the gelatine leaf before adding to a saucepan containing the water and cordial and gently heating. Do not let this boil and once the gelatine has dissolved leave to cool.
  • Once cooled, and the mousse feels firm enough to support the jelly, carefully pour the jelly over the mousse in each of the moulds and return to the fridge until the jelly is set.
  • To serve use a blowtorch to gently heat the ring before lifting off, decorate as you see fit with fresh fruit or just leave it as is.

These are really delicious and attractive desserts that should impress your family/guests. They really do not take that much work so well worth giving a try especially as once they are made they can just sit in the fridge until you are ready to serve so not last minute rushing about.

For more info about Elderbrook cordials head over to their website www.elderbrookdrinks.co.ukand find out about their subscription home delivery service.

Let me know what you think of the recipe and whether you gave it a try.

Cheers,

Tom

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Review: Elderbrook Cordial

Water is pretty boring, essential, but boring. We all know it and have to live with it. If it were not for the fact that without water we would die nobody would drink it. Over the years there have been many attempts at making it more interesting. Most of these involved lots of sugar, loads of it. Thanks to a certain Mr Oliver we all now know that too much sugar is bad, who knew, and so it is back to plain old water.

It is generally agreed that men should drink at least 2 litres and women 1.6 litres of water per day. This is dependent on other factors such as heat, physical activity (or lack of) and so on. That is a lot of boring old water to get through, but it doesn’t have to be that way.

So what is it all about?

I was recently contacted by a new “not squash” company called Elderbrook Cordials. They have developed a range of cordials that are blended with natural ingredients and without any refined sugars. These “better-for-you” cordials have been designed to jazz up your glass of water without any of the hidden unpleasantness that you find in most supermarket cordials.

The brand has been created by two ex-innocent employees, David Folkman and Craig Jones with the simple aim of making water more exciting. “We are just aiming to help people feel better about themselves without having to break a sweat.” Says co-founder David Folkman. “We started Elderbrook because we wanted to make a glass of water more interesting and create a healthier way to have a soft drink. It’s about taking easy steps to improve your well being without having to nibble on kale or eat only yellow food on a Tuesday. Frankly, who has the time?”.

Unlike other drinks companies, Elderbrook is operated through a subscription service with the cordials delivered direct to your door. “Our aim is to build a personalised service for our customers and create a relationship with each and every one to provide a great experience. This is why Elderbrook is sold through our flexible subscription service delivering each cordial bottle direct to your door.” Says co-founder Craig Jones. In the past, the team have surprised customers with mini bottles of champagne, cases of beer and sent the mother of one of their customers some flowers after they found out she was feeling unwell.

So how does it work?

From just £9.99 a month for three bottles, as little as 33p per drink, head to http://www.elderbrookdrinks.co.uk and in three simple steps you can be enjoying a regular delivery of your favourite cordials.

  1. Select how often you’d like your bottles.
  2. Pick your flavours.
  3. Sit back, relax and wait for your delivery at home or at work.

But is it any good?

I was approached by Elderbrook to try out a few of their cordials, not just as a drink but as a cooking ingredient. Yes these little bottles of goodness can also be used for cooking and there are a few recipes on their website. They also make a fantastic addition in your favourite cocktail, although I think this would negate some of the physical health benefits, however, as with all cocktails, have a massive benefit for your mental wellbeing.

When I received my neat little package through the post I was surprised with how small the bottles were. This is because you only need a very small amount of the cordial in order to make a drink, although this depends on how strong you like it. The packaging itself was very neat and tidy and the I like the colourful designs with the “Not” slogans on the front, with one or two digs at diet and health fads of recent times. Inside the box you also receive some information about how to look after your cordials and little cards explaining some of the more exotic ingredients.

My box contained three flavours each with its own distinct character and flavour. I have to say that I was impressed with all three. The flavours were very inventive and individual and when diluted with sparking water made for a refreshing drink that was flavoursome and not sickly sweet.

My favourite has to be the yuzu, Spanish lemon and lucuma which was very refreshing and moreish. The lime mint and baobab was calling out to be mixed into a G&T to which I happily obliged with delicious results. Last but not least the Spanish orange, apricot and goldenberry has that gorgeous sweet apricot flavour and would making a stonkingly good Bellini.

As drinks, and cocktail ingredients, they were all fantastic and you really do only need a small amount for a standard sized tumbler of water. They little bottles will not take up much space in your kitchen and they are a great way to discover new flavours. The full range of flavours is listed below and you can find more information on their website www.elderbrookdrinks.co.uk with some recipe ideas – but before you go check out my recipe for an Elderbrook cordial delice.

Elderbrook cordials are currently available in the following flavours:

• Mango, Passion Fruit & Goji Berry

Ingredients: Apple concentrate, coconut nectar, passion fruit concentrate, mango puree, goji berry concentrate, passion fruit & mango flavour, stevia.

• Lime, Mint & Baobab

Ingredients: Coconut nectar, lime & apple concentrate, lime & mint flavour, stevia, baobab.

• Blackcurrant, Blackberry, & Mulberry

Ingredients: Coconut nectar, apple, blackcurrant & blackberry concentrate, white mulberry extract, blackberry flavour, stevia.

• Honey Melon, Cucumber & Yerba Mate

Ingredients: Coconut nectar, apple & honey melon concentrate, cucumber extract, yerba mate, stevia.

• Valencia Orange, Apricot & Goldenberry

Ingredients: Coconut nectar, Valencia orange, apple, apricot & goldenberry concentrate, apricot flavour, stevia.

• Blood Orange, Carrot & Maca

Ingredients: Coconut nectar, apple, blood orange juice & carrot concentrate, maca, orange flavour, stevia.

• Pomegranate, Cherry & Cardamom

Ingredients: Apple concentrate, coconut nectar, pomegranate & cherry concentrate, cardamom, pomegranate flavour, stevia.

• Yuzu, Spanish Lemon & Lucuma

Ingredients: Coconut nectar, lemon & apple concentrate, yuzu juice, lemon flavour, yuzu extract, stevia, lucuma.

• Plum, Apple & Rose Hip

Ingredients: Coconut nectar, plum, apple & rose hip concentrate, plum flavour, rose hip flavour, stevia.

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Review: Brewdog Brighton

With the Schools out for Summer and A level results received last week, this time of year is for celebrations and planning for the future. My school days are a distant memory but not wanting to be left behind, and being a keen supporter of life time learning, I leapt at the opportunity to attend “Beer School” at Brewdog Brighton.

If you are not aware of Brewdog where have you been? Since their creation back in 2007 this Scottish craft beer company has been at the forefront of the UK craft beer industry. Started in a small town called Fraserburgh by lifelong friends Martin Dickie and James Watt, Brewdog wanted to shake up the beer world – not literally.

Brewdog’s mission is to make other people as passionate about craft beer as they are. What started as two blokes and a dog has grown into a global brand with 44 bars across the UK and beyond, their mission appears to be working.

Beer school at Brewdog in Brighton offers groups the chance to experience first hand that passion for craft beer that runs through the Brewdog brand. Not only do you learn about the brewing process and ethos behind the craft beer movement but also how to taste craft beer and get the best out of it.

When it comes to beer I would not claim to be an expert, although you could say I am a graduate of the University of life on the subject, and so I was intrigued to learn more. I was also interested in hearing about Brewdog as I had heard lots of mixed opinions and press about the company.

I was greeted by Alex, my host and teacher for the evening, and quickly tucked into a pint of Punk IPA which was freshly kegged. Alex tells me that one of the reasons for opening their own bars was to ensure that Brewdog beer would be served at its absolute best. I have to say it was one of the most refreshing pints of Punk I’d had and was actually slightly mellower than I’d previously experienced. I could really taste the freshness and complexity in the beer compared to when I’ve purchased it bottled or canned.

I’m told this is because they can control how it is stored and kept whereas supermarkets and other pubs might not always have the same quality controls in place. This is something that we discuss further and Alex tells me that Brewdog place quality and consistency at the centre of their production. Throughout the brewing process their beer is subjected to rigorous laboratory testing and if it does not meet their standards it doesn’t leave the brewery, well not for public consumption anyway.

After watching some videos about the company and the brewing process we get started with the tasting. I appreciate that a beer tasting might sound a little ridiculous to some, however, craft beers can really rival wines in terms of depth and complexity. Understanding how to fully experience the beer is vital in appreciating the work that has gone into it, and a lot of effort does go into every one.

We start with “Jet Black Heart”, a milk stout that is as dark as its name suggests. Checking the aroma first I pick up woody notes with a bitter smoked coffee edge. When tasted these flavours continue with a creamy yet dry and bitter finish.

Next up is a Belgian fruit beer which takes me by surprise. I was expecting a red beer along the lines of Kriek or Fruli but this is totally different. It has a powerful aroma of passionfruit and reminds me of Rubicon juice. I’m therefore expecting a very sickly sweet mouth feel but instead it is very dry hopped and reminiscent of a pilsner style beer. It is a really accomplished and delicious beer.

Next up is another dark beer this time one that is aged in whisky barrels. “Bourbon Baby” as you can imagine is a beer with a strong whisky undertone, think vanilla and dried fruits. It has a very interesting taste and weirdly reminds me of Malibu and coke, not that I’ve drank that in a long time I might add.

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Food, Booze and Reviews

I am back from holiday and as much as I wish I could say that it is good to be back that would be a bloody massive lie, so I won’t. Whilst I was away I am sure that the food world kept turning and lots of exciting new stuff occurred. Now that I am back it is time to write another little news update for you about the stuff going on in my little corner of the food world.

Laine Brew Co Launch

Last night saw the launch party for the new range of beers from London/Brighton brewery Laine Brew Co. Their new brewery, situated just outside Brighton in the South Downs, heralds the next step for this relatively new brewery upping their production to 65HL which is about 40,000 pints a week to you and me. The new range of beers features both cask and keg offerings which is great to see, plus bottled and canned beers as well. Continue reading “Food, Booze and Reviews”

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Proform 290 SPX

Proform 290 spx is the perfect indoor bike. You now have the capability to do a great work out in the confines of your own home.You will see this style of bike at your local gym where they do the popular spinning class’s.

The proform 290 spx spinning bike was built to handle any type of work. Someone looking for a easy workout or the workout junkie. Bottom line is the Proform 290 spx was built to last a very long time. OH yea, no need to wear a helmet either

You will also be very impressed how easy it is to put together. Most folks have been able to put the ProForm 290 SPX together in less then 30 minutes.

Cycle training has been around for a very long time. If your looking for a great workout and improve cardiovascular health as well as tone your overall body and burn a ton of calories all in the comforts of your own home this is perfect for you.

I personally like to set up the Proform 290 spx in front of the TV. Nothing like getting a great workout in while watching your favorite tv show or sporting event. This really makes a workout go by extremely fast as well.

Proform 290 SPX Features

  • 5 year warranty on the frame and 90 days on parts
  • Padded seat
  • Adjustable seat
  • Water bottle holder
  • Chain driven for a nice smooth ride
  • Adjustable handle bars with comfortable soft non slip grips
  • Transportation wheel so you can easily move it from place to place
  • Toe cages so your feet won’t slip

The The proform 290 spx spinning bike weight 250 pounds making it feel nice and solid while you go for a ride indoors. I typically use the the proform 290 spx spinning bike about 5 times a week. My usual ride last about 30-45 minutes depending on how much time I have. You will find this bike to be so comfortable that it wouldn’t surprise me if your workout last well over an hour.

There are a lot of places selling the the proform 290 spx. But you will find amazon.com to be by far the cheapest on the internet. Plus there are a ton of reviews as well.

If your serious about purchasing  the proform 290 spx spinning bike or just thinking about it I highly recommend you check out all the reviews online. Click here to read tons of reviews. Most of them are extremely positive. But of course there are a few negative ones.

So if you end up deciding to buy the proform 290 spx please report back to us and leave a comment on what you think about it. Your feed back is very important to us. Happy cycling!

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OPC Factor

In order to better understand what OPC Factor is, it is important to know what OPCs are.  Oligomeric Proantohcyanidins, or OPC’s are a natural food supplement that have been used in Europe since the 1980’s and have only recently made its way to the United States.

This anti-oxidant, which can be found in grape seeds and other fruits and nuts, is the main part of it. When taking this supplement, it is important to note that you are not only getting OPC; it also has all vitamins that any multi-vitamin would have.

In fact, it has such an extensive list of resources that these need to be mentioned. OPC Factorcontains the following:

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TRX Force kit

The TRX Force Kit is a training regimen that is used by professionals in the Military, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), and first responders. This product is made by TRX which was started only seven years ago by a US Navy SEAL.

While training in the Navy, Randy Hetrick and others from his team wanted to develop the ultimate training exercise in order to stay in good shape while on missions. TRX makes two different types of products, Suspension Training and Rip training. The TRX Force kit is part of Suspension training. Continue reading “TRX Force kit”

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ISO7X Review

When I first started fitness training I had no idea what apparatus worked for what, and isometric exercises sounded like some sort of math equation. Today, I am fitter than I have ever been in my life, and I know which exercise machines and equipment function well and which don’t. Continue reading “ISO7X Review”

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Genie Bra Reviews

Are you the type of person that hates the under wire and is really annoyed with cheap bra straps but never seem to have a choice when trying to buy a bra in the store. The hottest new thing in the bra world is called the Genie Bra.

One cool thing about the genie bra is the bra is the size is determined by your clothing size not you cup size. The company also says the Genie Bra has great support and is very comfortable. Using a microfiber fabric with wide straps and no seams and a band for additional support and comfort. Using this unique material the bra really fits well make your chest look even better! Continue reading “Genie Bra Reviews”

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Flex Mini Review

The Flex Mini is a product designed to tone users’ buttocks and thighs without needing to do laborious exercises for these parts of the body.

Because this is an area that a lot of women struggle with and feel most self confident about, some people describe it as a miracle machine which uses Electric Muscle Stimulation (EMS) technology. Combined with a healthy diet and exercise, this can really help people achieve the thighs and butt they have always wanted. Continue reading “Flex Mini Review”

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Fitbit Review

It seems these days that if there’s a goal to be reached, there’s a gadget to help you get there. Pedometers, electronic calorie counters, even video games are getting in on the act. With the growing popularity of fitness gadgets of all kinds, the available choices can be overwhelming, both in their variety and complexity of use.

Enter into the crowded scene the Fitbit. Just another gadget? Users say it’s so much more. This little unit contains a triaxial accelerometer, the same technology contained in the wii remote, that tracks movement on a 3D plane. What does that mean to us non-geeks who wouldn’t know a triaxial accelerometer from a Star Trek communicator? Simply put, it means this little gadget will track your movements, whether you’re walking, running, or sitting still. It will even tell you how much sleep you get each night. In short, it’s a personal fitness coach in a gadget the size of a money clip. Continue reading “Fitbit Review”

Proform 290 spx is the perfect indoor bike. You now have the capability to do a
In order to better understand what OPC Factor is, it is important to know what OPCs are.
The TRX Force Kit is a training regimen that is used by professionals in the Military, Mixed
When I first started fitness training I had no idea what apparatus worked for what,
The Flex Mini is a product designed to tone users’ buttocks and thighs without needing to do

Body Champ Inversion Table

Thanks for checking out my body champ inversion table review. My guess is if your looking for a body champ inversion table you would like to find the best price as well. Click here for the best price we have found. But please feel free to read the rest of this review.

Inversion table therapy has been around for a very long time. Most people think Inversion table therapy is just for back pain. Well there wrong. Yes ,inversion table therapy is great for back pain, and this is by far it’s most popular use. Continue reading “Body Champ Inversion Table”

Proform 290 spx is the perfect indoor bike. You now have the capability to do a
In order to better understand what OPC Factor is, it is important to know what OPCs are.
The TRX Force Kit is a training regimen that is used by professionals in the Military, Mixed
When I first started fitness training I had no idea what apparatus worked for what,
The Flex Mini is a product designed to tone users’ buttocks and thighs without needing to do

AB Rocket Reviews

Just as everyone else in the world my life is hectic. I never seem to have time to work out but I also know how crucial it is to keeping in good shape and making my body look its best. Now I have found a way to get the work out I need on the schedule I need.

The solution was to purchase the Ab Rocket, a small machine that fit just about anywhere in my home. All I have to do is use this machine for a few minutes a day, every day and I finally got the abs I always wanted to have. Continue reading “AB Rocket Reviews”

Proform 290 spx is the perfect indoor bike. You now have the capability to do a
In order to better understand what OPC Factor is, it is important to know what OPCs are.
The TRX Force Kit is a training regimen that is used by professionals in the Military, Mixed
When I first started fitness training I had no idea what apparatus worked for what,
The Flex Mini is a product designed to tone users’ buttocks and thighs without needing to do