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Welcome to Rubberbanditz!

November 9, 2009

Welcome to the new site! ...Read More
Welcome

November 11, 2009

We are working out the kinks and extracting the air from the hose.  We will be ready to serve the masses pronto....Read More
Soft Launch

November 12, 2009

So it's official now! Make your toasts and cut your ribbons. The doors are open and we are ready to impart the resistance bands. We are easing into full-tilt to make sure we have our footing and can safely accommodate demand. Stay tuned for updates as we continue forward in our early phases. ...Read More

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Herald Sun Article- Published November 26, 2009

November 25, 2009

http://heraldsun.com/pages/full_story/push?article-Necessity%20breeds%20entrepreneurship%20&id=4680231-Necessity%20breeds%20entrepreneurship&instance=main_article [email protected]; 419-6636 DURHAM — Ari Zandman-Zeman has always known he wanted to be an entrepreneur. He just didn’t know what kind of business he wanted to build. Zandman-Zeman has played Division I college basketball for the University of Northern Colorado, where he majored in business with a focus on entrepreneurship. He has also worked on grants from the Environmental Protection Agency, and...Read More
Steal A Little Time To Workout With Rubberbanditz

December 8, 2009

December 8, 2009 by Angela Shupe  / www.business-opportunities.biz Link to Actual Article:  http://bit.ly/64s3BB As nice as it would be to visit the gym daily, that is one routine that doesn’t always fit into the average day. For some it is simply a lack of time, for others it is a lack of...Read More
Rotating vs. Twisting

December 15, 2009

Perhaps, people don't understand twisting. Could be because all we get hear from the medical field is how we should avoid "twisting" movements. As Mr. Schmitz put it, "Twisting is rotating without using your hips." While excess strain on your lower back is never an ingredient for pleasure pie, training your body to perform proper 'functional' movements with correct...Read More
Spice Up Your Meal… and the way you feel

February 25, 2010

Bored with your old recipes? Maybe it's time to spice up your cooking. Here are five great healthy suggestions to turn old duds into gourmet delights. Fennel Seeds: Fennel a plant native of the Mediterranean has a deep aromatic anise flavor. Albeit native to the Mediterranean, the herb has found its way into Middle Eastern, Indian, and North European cooking. This...Read More
Quick Tips to Jump-Start Your Fitness Engine

March 15, 2010

Powered with the help of Milton Gilder The tradition of New Year's resolutions is as old as Babylon yet how many of us actually follow through. According to research by Professor Richard Wiseman of University of Hertfordshire, only 12% of participants in a resolution study achieved their goals. So my guess is you probably haven't made good faith on your New...Read More
Health Shouldn’t Suffer During a European Vacation

March 31, 2010

European budget travel ideas that give you (not your wallet) a workout and a roof over your head for less than $45 dollars/night.  Thanks to Milton Gilder, we now know where to direct the taxi. Sunglasses. Check. Swim Suit. Check. Map of France. Check. Passport. Check. Don't you wish you can check off a list to bring you gym membership?...Read More
Strengthening Shoulders with Exercise Bands

May 16, 2010

The shoulder muscles are made up of three muscle groups which are the anterior deltoid, medial deltoid, and posterior deltoid. Of all the three muscle groups, the posterior deltoid the most neglected part in fitness routines because it is the most difficult one to target. Even so, that does not mean you cannot train your posterior deltoids while...Read More