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  • In-Your-Face Fitness: All you need is love

    In-Your-Face Fitness: All you need is love
    There is a word in fitness/health/weight loss marketing that is toxic. Sometimes it is blatant, other times implied. I hate this word. The word is "only." You have to work out only this teeny bit to get amazing results. You only have to take this pill to...
  • Wasting watermelons when others are hungry brings us shame

    Recently, while walking at Western Regional Park, I watched as several kids lined up for the Reebok Watermelon challenge. When I realized that the game involved smashing and wasting watermelons, I was embarrassed by our affluence. I Googled this activity...
  • Wind energy needs union workers

    Wind energy needs union workers
    There has been a lot said and written about a project labor agreement (PLA) being implemented for the proposed Maryland offshore wind energy project. When the time arrives for investments to be made in the construction of this critical project, there will...
  • Looking for a breakout summer

    La CaƱada resident McKay Anderson rarely takes center stage as a player on a La Verne Lutheran boys' basketball team, a team that boasts plenty of future NCAA Division I — and maybe even some NBA — talent. However, plenty of eyes will be on...
  • Baltimore's Lester Speight defends the human race in 'Transformers 3'

    Baltimore's Lester Speight defends the human race in 'Transformers 3'
    When "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" posted a casting call for "Hardcore Eddie," every muscleman-actor on the way up in Hollywood went out for the part. They knew the character would be on-screen during crucial, cataclysmic action, right alongside...
  • The Sneaker Mann Shows Off Sporty, Athletic Looks

    The Sneaker Mann Shows Off Sporty, Athletic Looks
    The Sneaker Mann Kiante Young is going on tour this summer and he's kicking it off right here on the PIX 11 Morning News. She was here to show off sporty/athletic looks for the summer. - Asics GEL-Blur33, $85.00 - Fila Skele-Toes 2.0 $60.00 - Adidas...
  • Are these shape-shifters?

    Are these shape-shifters?
    Can you wobble your way to buns of steel? The popularity of "toning" shoes, whose unstable soles require you to work muscles harder to stay balanced, suggests consumers are banking on it. Sales of toning shoes, which cost from $70 to upwards of $200 and...
  • Under Armour's rookie strategy for endorsement deals

    Under Armour's rookie strategy for endorsement deals
    Marketing executives at sports apparel company Under Armour had a lot to cheer about this month as the American women's soccer team made a run at the World Cup. The team ultimately lost to Japan, but the international visibility the players received...
  • FTC: Reebok to pay $25 million for deceptive advertising of toning shoes

    FTC: Reebok to pay $25 million for deceptive advertising of toning shoes
    Reebok spokesman Dan Sarro responded to the FTC settlement: "We stand behind our EasyTone technology – the first shoe in the toning category that was inspired by balance-ball training. Settling does not mean we agree with the FTC’s...
  • Reebok drops 'toning' shoe claims

    Reebok drops 'toning' shoe claims
    When I tested Reebok’s RunTone shoes last March, I found them to be “springy, versatile and comfortable,” which made me want to work out more. I also emphasized that it’s the squats and lunges – not the shoes – that...
  • Reebok Easytone Refund Site - Apply Here

    Are you one of the duped Reebok customers? I came so close to buying a pair of the Easytone shoes--but it's just as well that I didn't because the company is having to refund $25 million dollars for their bogus claims. The Federal Trade Commissions says...