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21 Oct 2013

Mondays should be your strongest days, to start off fresh and new and to set the tone for a week's worth of healthy eating habits and exercise. - *Disclaimer: The aforementioned is not to be construed as medical or professional fitness advice. Please always consult the advice of a physician, nutritionist, or other medical personnel before beginning any fitness or nutritional program.
Source: http://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwfitness/article/Fitness-Tip-of-the-Day-Never-Skip-Mondays-20131021

Team manager Mohammed Moosajee said Steyn will be monitored. "We should have a better idea of the situation tomorrow," Moosajee, South Africa's team manager told ESPNcricinfo. "We need a 24-hour period before we can determine exactly what's wrong." South Africa's vice captain AB de Villiers also confirmed Steyn's fitness problems. "He (Steyn) did tweak something in the fielding practice yesterday, but we think it's not too serious, so we are just taking a good precaution and making max workouts exercises sure he will be ready for the second test match," said De Villiers on Monday.
Source: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/south-africa-sweat-steyn-fitness-131520404--spt.html

Once the device is paired with your phone, it can highlight the name of the person calling your iPhone, making it easy to keep track of calls while on a run (you won't need to pull out your smartphone). We didn't get to try the feature yet it will be rolling out soon but having access to this kind of "glanceable" information has a lot of potential for the Force and for any other tracker looking to follow suit. The Fitbit Force is priced $30 more than the Flex ($99), but it's a worthy upgrade for a few extra dollars. However, the Pebble smart watch also integrates with many fitness apps too and costs $149, just $20 more than the Force. If you want a fitness-focused wristband device, the Force is the total package.
Source: http://mashable.com/2013/10/16/fitbit-force-review/

Islington Council said the tests carried out by Atos Healthcare had been "too simplistic" after 87% of appeals made by its residents were won. Atos said the testing was designed by the government. The Department for Work and Pensions said successful appeals did not mean the original decision was inaccurate. It said claimants often produced new evidence in their appeals which was not available when the original decision was made. Islington Council leader Richard Watts has written a letter with his deputy leader to Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith.
Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-24609466



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