Turning Briefly To The Non-operating Items Of The P&l, In The First Nine Months Of 2015 Net Financial Expenses Decreased To [eur19 Million] Versus [eur35 Million] In The Prior Year.

Taking all the aforementioned factors together, third quarter operating profit increased 26% to EUR505 million, while year to date, operating profit was up 19% to EUR1.1 billion. This translates into an operating margin of 10.6% for the quarter, up 70 basis points versus the prior year, and 8.6% for the first nine months, an improvement of 20 basis points versus the last year’s nine month period. Turning briefly to the non-operating items of the P&L, in the first nine months of 2015 net financial expenses decreased to [EUR19 million] versus [EUR35 million] in the prior year. This development was due to positive exchange rate variances as well as the non-recurrence of negative exchange rate effects from the prior year. The first nine months’ tax rate increased to 3.1 percentage points to 31.9%, mainly due to the non-recognition of deferred tax assets related to TaylorMade-adidas Golf, for which the realization of the related tax benefit is not now considered probable. As a result of that, we now also expect the full-year tax rate to be at around the current level of 32%. Net income from continuing operations, excluding goodwill impairment losses, increased 17% to EUR737 million in the first nine months of 2015. This translates into basic and diluted earnings per share of EUR3.62, up 21% compared to the prior year. Third quarter net income from continuing operations excluding goodwill impairment losses grew 20% to EUR337 million, translating into basic and diluted earnings per share of EUR1.67, up 26% versus the prior year.

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Barre Is Traced To Lotte Berk, A Dancer In Europe Who Opened A Studio In 1959.

See more videos “I’m not aware of any studies that have been published that say it’s that method that is significantly better than any other exercise. Any resistance-based exercise is good for the core,” says Scott Silveira, registered clinical exercise physiologist with the California Health and Longevity Insitute. “The real secret is that they’ve found a way to make exercise fun and enjoyable,” Silveira says. “I think that is really the magic ingredient.” Another reason for the barre explosion is that it doesn’t require the expensive equipment like Pilates reformers or treadmills and weight machines. Commonly, studios have barres along two walls and mirrors. Students use small hand weights, stretchy bands and balls. Barre is traced to Lotte Berk, a dancer in Europe who opened a studio in 1959. A student of hers brought the workout to New York more than a decade later. Halfpapp began teaching barre workouts in in 1980, at the Lotte Berk Method studio; at the time it was for women only.

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Saturday At Crossfit North Peoria, At 8002 N.

email 25, 2015 at 9:59 PM PEORIA A man was shot in the head with an arrow Saturday night while at a costume party at a local gym but declined medical attention. The 24-year-old man was at a party about 11:25 p.m. Saturday at CrossFit North Peoria, at 8002 N. Sommer St., when he went to the front room to fix his costume, according to a police report. He bent over and felt something hit his head. The man then noticed blood drip from his head onto the costume and saw the arrow at his feet. He ran to the bathroom, where someone saw him bleeding and called the police, according to the report. At first, the man told police he didnt see who shot him, but later said it was stranger who wasnt in a costume. He told police he thinks the male who shot him was joking and hit him unintentionally.

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I Have Changed Paths, Classes And Running Routes To Avoid Awkward Conversations With Exes In Which They Proclaim Their Love For Burrito Bowls And Prove How Well Theyre Doing After One Crossfit Session.

I wrote a poem for him, he untagged himself from my photos and deleted me off Facebook. With each strategic move and maneuver we made or didnt make in his case it became evident to me that breaking up had become less of an action and more of a game. Due to my competitive nature and the belief that I should never lose, which was instilled in me through various sporting endeavors coached by my dad, I was determined to be the victor. I was determined not to lose the ex games. We have made breaking up into a dangerous game where we tip-toe a line of passive-aggression and silenced hatred. We post pictures on Facebook and Snapchat to prove were doing better than our exes. We go out of our way to ignore and avoid our exes. I have changed paths, classes and running routes to avoid awkward conversations with exes in which they proclaim their love for burrito bowls and prove how well theyre doing after one CrossFit session. Much like a game of soccer, also coached by my dad, I have to dodge, avoid, throw a couple of elbows, yell and slide-tackle in an attempt to win the ex games. It does not fare well. After dating (which at the time meant holding hands in the park) a boy in the eighth grade for five days, I decided the best plan of action would be to breakup with him over AOL Instant Messenger.

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Even Better, Hardcore Health And Nutrition Groups Aren’t Going To Be Scared Off By Eating Bugs Like The Average American Might Be.

Even better, hardcore health and nutrition groups aren’t going to be scared off by eating bugs like the average American might be. “They’re willing to eat things that really don’t taste good if there are vitamins and minerals they can’t get in other foods,” says Towns. “I know people who eat dirt [for alleged health reasons].” Cricket powder protein bars have found a particular market with people on the Paleo diet, which emphasizes eating foods human’s Paleolithic ancestors ate a.k.a., no gluten and for strict dieters, no soy or dairy. Food makers Exo, Chapul and Chirp all note on their packaging that they are gluten-free, with Chapul and Exo additionally specifying that they contain no soy or dairy. Protein is also key for weightlifters and Crossfit devotees looking for a new source of protein that has the potential to be healthier, more sustainable and someday cheaper than existing options. Individuals with certain diets or workout regimes tend to form communities both in person and online that can quickly spread awareness of new products. Exo hugely benefited from this grassroots support: last year, the company raised $54,911 on Kickstarter . Related: Pepsi Files Patent to Put Pop Rocks in Granola Bars Bugs as ‘global experience’ For the much of the world, eating bugs isn’t weird — it’s the norm. The U.N. estimates that insects form part of the traditional diets of at least 2 billion people. From Thailand to Central America, insects are not only part of everyday diets, but also local delicacies.

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After The Dance, Students Walked Around The Buildings.

Thalberg School Principal Megan Bennett said physical education teacher Diane Cavaliere suggested the school participate in the national event. Since most of the students at Thalberg dont walk to school, the students exercised together during an assembly. The entire school participated in the assembly, held at the end of the school day. Its a different take on National Walk to School Day, Bennett said. We wanted to show them the healthy choice can be fun. The students were led through two dances, the Cha Cha Slide and the Whip Nae Nae. Cavaliere and a teacher led the first dance, and Bennett participated in the second. After the dance, students walked around the buildings. Many of the children continued the dance moves as they walked. Once back inside, Mike Deangelo, manager of wellness at ESPN and a coach at Crossfit in Factory Square in Southington, led the students through an exercise game. Deangelo said he knows a few teachers at the school, and got involved to help keep kids active. In one of the games, Deangelo held up a giant playing card. The number on the card represented how many repetitions the students were to do, and each suit was a different cool-down exercise, such as toe touches, twists or reaching side to side.

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Jen Daly, 18, Of Toledo, Left, And Katelyn Combs, 24, Of Lambertville Chat While Getting Warmed Up At Extreme Results By Vince.

Vincent Ceniceros instructs a class. Its a stark contrast from chain gyms that offer ample space, an abundance of shiny cardio machines, strengthening equipment, free weights, pools, basketball courts, and many options for an individual to get fit. A peek into a Wednesday morning class instructed by owner Vince Ceniceros suggests it doesnt take the bells and whistles of a general gym to help his clientele mainly women achieve physical results. Im not worried about it being pretty. I come here to make you pretty, Mr. Ceniceros said. Like a drill sergeant he barked out commands to the all-woman group, who were sweating, panting,and gritting their teeth to keep up with the switch of exercises every 15 to 60 seconds: holding squats, box jumps, mountain climbers, sprints, Sugar Cookie a signature move that is a variation of the burpee and more. Jen Daly, 18, of Toledo, left, and Katelyn Combs, 24, of Lambertville chat while getting warmed up at Extreme Results by Vince. THE BLADE/AMY E. VOIGT Enlarge | Buy This Photo As the owner of a cross-training studio, he is there side-by-side working out with the group, or guiding them through the steps. Although intense, members can go at their own pace. To stop for a break is your choice.

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Villa Rosa Promises That When Danny’s Reopens, It Will Feature Food Made From The Same Recipes Used By The Terracina Family When They Operated The Restaurant.

Family Martial Arts is set to hold its grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony at 12:30 p.m. Oct. 10 at its new location at 8500 W. 191st St. in Mokena. (Bob Bong / Daily Southtown) Centeno also said Danny’s Pizza at 6021 S. Archer Ave., the longtime restaurant that Villa Rosa acquired late last year, still is undergoing a major remodeling and is expected to open in the late spring or early summer next year. Villa Rosa promises that when Danny’s reopens, it will feature food made from the same recipes used by the Terracina family when they operated the restaurant. New businesses open in Mokena Three businesses are planning to celebrate their openings this week in Mokena. Spenga, a new yoga studio, will celebrate its recent opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at 19626 S.

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He Admits He's Not In The Same Shape He Was At Age 25, But He Does Circuit Training Regularly, Which He Compares To Crossfit.

“It’s not something I want to ever remember doing.” View photo . Jeff Reed last kicked for the Steelers in 2010. (AP) On social media, lots of fans have clamored for Reed to return to Heinz Field, even though the Steelers cut him nearly five years ago after missing a 26-yard field goal. There’s even a song making the rounds called “Bring Back Jeff Reed.” (Sample lyric: We know Jeff Reed likes to drink.) Reed, who is the second-leading Steelers scorer of all-time and won two Super Bowls with the team, says he hasn’t kicked in about eight weeks. But he insists he could be ready for next Sunday’s game if the team wants him. “After a couple of practices,” he said Friday by phone, I’d be ready. After the loss to the Ravens, he tweeted, “Let’s keep this simple bring me back Pittsburgh!” He’s been working a sales job at a Charlotte-area Jeep dealer, which keeps him busy “from 9 to 9,” he says. He admits he’s not in the same shape he was at age 25, but he does circuit training regularly, which he compares to CrossFit. [ Yahoo Daily Fantasy Football: Enter our $1 Million Week 4 contest ] The new job is more pressure than his old one, Reed says. “If you get this wrong, you can get charged with a felony,” he explains. “You’re not going to go to jail for missing a kick.” He likes the gig, but he’s already texted the Steelers several times asking for a tryout, starting when Shaun Suisham (the kicker who replaced him in Pittsburgh) went down with an injury before the season. “I told them I just want to run out of that tunnel one more time,” he says.

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Vincent Ceniceros instructs a class. Meredith Poppler called it a luxury or identity factor where people like to claim that they are part of a trendy brand, as in Im a crossfitter versus I lift weights, or I go to SoulCycle versus I like group cycling classes. Carol Ott, 59, described Extreme Results as feeling like a family. THE BLADE/AMY E. VOIGT Enlarge | Buy This Photo Spreading the word Many fitness fans hear about smaller gyms through word of mouth or the power of social media. We do very little advertising. Most come in through word of mouth. When we do pay for advertising, it is social media, print, and fostering events, Ms. Searl said. Mr. Ceniceros captures workouts live on Periscope @Extreme419. That handle is also used for Twitter, and appears on gear sold at the studio. Word of mouth and social media is his advertising. People notice the results from other women he has trained.

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