Monday, November 3, 2014

Top 10 Workout Songs for November 2014

I could break out in to song, but I will spare you. Anyone else wake up and immediately check the sheets for magic fairy dust? How is it the first week of November already and we've not only lost our warm weather but an hour of time as well? (if you're in the dreaded Daylight Savings Time zones). I don't know about you, but my workouts always need a little extra attitude this time of year. I think its the dwindling sunshine and increasing waistline... either way, get your groove on by adding the latest songs trending for your November workouts!

                                          The Top 10 Workout Songs for November 2014

 This month's top 10 list makes three things clear:

#1. Iggy Azalea isn't going anywhere. The Levi's model and rap phenomenon shows up in the list below with two different collaborators—Rita Ora and Jennifer Lopez.

#2. Calvin Harris is quickly becoming the face of electronic dance music. He also turns up twice this month—in a pop hit alongside John Newman and a club track with Alesso and Hurts.

#3. 128 beats per minute (BPM) is the Iggy Azalea and Calvin Harris of tempos. By that I mean it's omnipresent. Seven of the ten songs below are within a few beats of this tempo. 

In terms of working out, 128 BPM's dominance in pop music means that--if you can find an exercise routine that approximates this pace--you'll never be short of new workout music. If you've already got fixed a routine, you can swap in any of the songs from that range and see how they fit. If not, you might try walking, kickboxing, or a bootcamp-style workout—all of which are good matches for this speed.

Whatever this month's top songs lack in tempo variety, they make up for in the genre variety thanks to a woozy remix from Tove Lo, some Australian folk from Vance Joy, and the fervent rock of Walk the Moon. Whether it's the eclectic mix that draws you in or the four-on-the-floor beats, there's something here that will invigorate your workout. 

Here's the full list, according to votes placed at Run Hundred--the web's most popular workout music blog.
Taylor Swift - Welcome to New York - 117 BPM
Tove Lo - Habits (Stay High) (Hippie Sabotage Remix) - 120 BPM
Vance Joy - Riptide - 104 BPM
Jennifer Lopez & Iggy Azalea - Booty - 129 BPM
Calvin Harris, Alesso & Hurts - Under Control - 126 BPM
Demi Lovato & Cher Lloyd - Really Don't Care (Cole Plante Radio Remix) - 128 BPM
Walk the Moon - Shut Up and Dance - 128 BPM
Iggy Azalea & Rita Ora - Black Widow (Justin Prime Remix) - 128 BPM
Pitbull & John Ryan - Fireball - 125 BPM
Calvin Harris & John Newman - Blame - 128 BPM

To find more workout songs, folks can check out the free database at RunHundred.com. Visitors can browse the song selections there by genre, tempo, and era—to find the music that best fits with their particular workout routine.

The Right Sign

Creating The Right Signs For Your Business

When a business wants to get more exposure, it must use a company like PrioritySign.com to help them with their sign needs. There are several ways to create effective signs, and the business must make sure they are invested in the most appropriate forms of sign creation.

The Marque

When a business wants to have a marque or large sign for the front of their space, they must make sure they are working with the sign maker to get something that is going to look right in that spot. The large marque that is placed in the front of the building should look stately, and the sign maker can help with one of these marques to make sure people can see the business from the road.

The Banners

When the business needs banners that is can put all over town, it needs to work with a sign maker who is able to give them better options than they could create on their own. These large banners can be placed on the property, or the business can use them around town for advertising.

The Building Signs

The building signs that are used for a massive structure must be created to match the size of the building. These signs must be constructed to work well with the logo of the business, and the colors must be matched to the colors the business uses. These signs must be constructed to stand up to bad weather and sunlight, and they will work well to help make the business easy to see from the street.

The Interior Signs

The interior signs for the business must be created to make the inside of the space look nice. Customers are going to shop the store using these signs, and they need to know that they are looking in the right places for all their items.

When a business uses all the right signs for its space, they will be able to get better exposure, make the shopping experience easier and make their business much easier to see from the road.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Top 10 Workout Songs for October 2014




The Top 10 Workout Songs for October
 
Pop rules in this month's workout music recap. First off, you have the lingering effects of this year's MTV Video Music Awards. Collaborations pairing Ariana Grande with Zedd and Iggy Azalea with Rita Ora both received a significant boost in popularity following performances on this year's broadcast. Moreover, the show is where Taylor Swift debuted the first single from her new album. “Shake It Off” was the most popular, workout song in our monthly poll.

Moreover, at 160 beats per minute (BPM), it's the best song in the list for running.
Remixers also racked up three big tunes this month. Zedd makes his second appearance in the the list with an uptempo version of the summertime smash “Rude.” OneRepublic also find their latest release reworked for the club. Though both of those tracks are geared for the dancefloor, they'd be equally great for a jogging or walking. For a lower rep routine—like kettlebells or Pilates—you might check out the Surkin remix of Charli XCX's “Boom Clap.” At 93 BPM, it's on the slower side of things, but it's lives up to its title with thunderous production that'll power you through your next session.

On the whole, Top 40 tracks dominate this month's list. But, there should also be enough alternate versions—plus some crossover hits from upstarts like Kongos and Echosmith—to keep things interesting. So, if you're looking for something new to freshen up your gym playlist, you'll find 10 great places to start below.

Here's the full list, according to votes placed at Run Hundred--the web's most popular workout music blog. 
 

To find more workout songs, folks can check out the free database at RunHundred.com. Visitors can browse the song selections there by genre, tempo, and era—to find the music that best fits with their particular workout routine. 
 
What did or didn't make the cut for your play list?

Benefits of Mobile Medical Units

Benefits of Mobile Medical Units

Today, many hospitals and medical care offices are taking advantage of using mobile medical units, like the ones offered at Lifelinemobile.com and other mobile medical unit companies, to handle many of their medical procedures. You can learn more about these mobile units by visiting these websites. Mobile medical units offer several programs and services that some providers can’t invest in fully or don’t have the means to offer.

Mobile medical units offer their services using professionally qualified and skilled personnel as well as up-to-date technical equipment. The medical equipment used is stored in a vehicle that moves around from one place to another depending on where it is needed.

For instance, consider the MRI machine. MRI equipment is costly to operate, and hiring personnel to read the images is very expensive. Consequently, several surgery centers, hospitals and medical offices contract their MRI services out to a mobile unit. The mobile unit drives to a location where it is needed and provides the MRI services. In most cases, an appointment is scheduled ahead of time so that the MRI staff and patient are well prepared for the visit.

When the mobile unit arrives, the patient enters in the same way they would at a medical office or hospital. The mobile unit has courteous and professional staff members who are very familiar with operating the medical equipment. Depending on the community needs, the mobile unit might come around every couple weeks, monthly or quarterly depending on the desire of the medical office or hospital.

By contracting these services out to a mobile medical unit, they eliminate the need to construct rooms inside of hospitals to perform specific services. For example, some mobile units perform sleep studies. The hospital or medical office saves money by partnering with a mobile medical company to have their qualified personnel manage the testing from their mobile unit instead of using expensive hospital rooms.

The contract with the mobile medical company usually consists of a monthly fee. Others prefer to set up some type of billing and reimbursement plan. Most consider it easier to budget on a monthly fee contract.

All the parties involved benefit from this partnership. The benefit for the patient is that he or she won’t have to travel long distances to see their medical provider. The hospital isn’t losing their patient, so they benefit as well. The mobile medical unit benefits due to their contract with hospitals and medical offices and by offering their top quality services to the community around them.