Now here’s a complex one. You want a properly licensed medical professional to advise and assist you with your spine. Or rather, the entirety of your nervous system. That’s a bit of a heavy need, huh? People might be fine having an absent minded primary care doctor, but for a specialist to ensure your spine is in good working condition…
You should know that I’m basically going to endorse an Anchorage chiropractor in this message. But before I do so, I have to spell out the importance of this kind of business.
Imagine. You’re a manual laborer, handling and hauling several thousand pounds of cargo unassisted in your day to day work. Or imagine: you’re an athlete, a power lifter, a Crossfitter, a football player, or even just some amateur in a Rugby Intramurals league. If something goes wrong with your spine, this isn’t a matter where you just take a week off with some medicine and you’re back in the game. No, if something goes wrong HERE, you’re out of your job. Or your sport. Or your workout routine. Losing your job means losing your livelihood, and manual laborers are often tooled very specifically to a certain industry that relies on back breaking labor. Losing your capacity to do a sport you love means losing life satisfaction or fitness (And he medical bills of being unfit – blood pressure medication, hospitalizations for heart attacks – are, suffice to say, enormous).
So chiropractors. They’re kinda necessary in our society. Your spine needs to be in top shape, and if it isn’t, you need immediate consultation. Any lost time here will prove worse off for your body, and your pocketbook.
Check out the website below. And I will say this: I’ve met and spoke with this particular chiropractor. He’s one of the best representatives of our medical system, and one consultation with him will show you what I mean.
Looking for Alaska commercial properties for a business – whether it is a gym, a place to set up a doctor’s practice or otherwise – can be a difficult task. There are tons of things that go into buying commercial real estate, and even if you have all the money upfront to buy a commercial piece of real estate flat out… you are still going have to jump through the hoops.
Because regulations have tightened, the competition is fierce and let’s be honest… if you are going to spend all that money looking at Anchorage commercial properties to invest in for your business… it has to be JUST RIGHT.
So what are some good ways to invest in commercial real estate? My first suggestion is to check out Kevin Elfrink, he is a realtor that has lived in Anchorage Alaska for the vast majority of his life and actually knows what he is talking about. Most real estate agents talk a big game, but most do not actually make a living from selling and investing in real estate. This guy is different in a bi way.
I mean, he actually owns properties and makes a very good living from it.
If you are looking to invest in Alaska commercial real estate, my suggestion is learn from someone that has done it or is already doing it so you can get some qualified help. Finding the perfect building is the perfect way to laying the right foundation for a perfect business – whether it’s a gym, a dance studio or whatever it is you desire to make.
You can learn more about commercial properties and how to invest in them here as well.
Crossfit. The final frontier of fitness. Finally, something that turns normal “get tough” workout bootcamp routines into a competitive sport that fuels participation and fitness.
There’s a reason “boxes” have blown up all across the world, and that’s because they simply fundamentally work. You’re improving your endurance, strength, speed, participating in a community, and having fun. It’s pretty much everything that running on a treadmill is not.
Sure, it costs money. More than your average gym. But that’s because you’re not buying access to machines and treadmills – you’re buying access to unlimited class sessions with individual coaching on things like olympic lifting. Classes on olympic lifting are EXTREMELY expensive. And generally, depending on the box, you’ll get an unlimited amount of classes for your buck.
I think the main thing for me is just the raw fact I’m never bored at a Crossfit box. The workouts are constantly varied so you’re always improving one dimension of fitness. On one day, you might do max lifts on all your olympic lifts. On another, you might have a very long 20 minute workout involving pullups, pushups, and squats – or as we Crossfitters affectionately call the workout, “Cindy.”
Check out the awesome here: http://www.revolutionsportstraining.com/
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