Debate centering around these products involves whether technology is currently in place to achieve “virtual play,” and whether members will embrace this type of interactivity. The designers of the ICE Station and Sportwall must be confident of the technology’s capabilities to have planned its release.
Interactive fitness equipment is not new, it’s merely a part of an evolution that started 10 or more years ago. So I’m confused when discussion arises about whether the “new” interactive equipment will succeed. Debate about success or failure always arises when equipment that does something different is released, and logically so. But interactivity has been, and continues to be, in hot demand, and it should now be looked at as the next new profit center.
Sucralose was first discovered in 1976, and was approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration on April 1, 1998, for use in 15 food and beverage categories. It was approved by the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) in 1990, and has been used internationally since 1991. In 1999, the FDA approved sucralose as a “general purpose” sweetening product.
While I researched prevention on the Internet, I found hundreds of sites filled with detailed descriptions of the reconstruction surgery, I found very little on preventative training. Most of what I did find consisted of detailed explanations of how to fall when skiing or the advice to avoid injury-causing situations.
With 250,000 Americans tearing their anterior cruciate ligaments each year, is it not time you started thinking about your knees?
Another nice thing about writing ads is that you can write them the same way you speak. You don’t talk in perfect grammar, so where ads are concerned, you don’t have to write with perfect grammar. Of course, you shouldn’t butcher the language, but you can use short, choppy sentences or incomplete sentences.
Companies are spending their hard-earned money to advertise their products and services, and many of their ads are poor, at best. Those that are poor lack many important elements of a good ad, including: