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Leisure Works Treadmills

leisure works treadmills

    treadmills

  • An exercise machine, typically with a continuous belt, that allows one to walk or run in place
  • (treadmill) a mill that is powered by men or animals walking on a circular belt or climbing steps
  • (treadmill) a job involving drudgery and confinement
  • A device formerly used for driving machinery, consisting of a large wheel with steps fitted into its inner surface. It was turned by the weight of people or animals treading the steps
  • A job or situation that is tiring, boring, or unpleasant and from which it is hard to escape
  • (treadmill) an exercise device consisting of an endless belt on which a person can walk or jog without changing place

    leisure

  • Use of free time for enjoyment
  • freedom to choose a pastime or enjoyable activity; "he lacked the leisure for golf"
  • Free time
  • Opportunity afforded by free time to do something
  • time available for ease and relaxation; "his job left him little leisure"
  • (leisurely) at leisure: in an unhurried way or at one's convenience; "read the manual at your leisure"; "he traveled leisurely"

    works

  • Such activity as a means of earning income; employment
  • plant: buildings for carrying on industrial labor; "they built a large plant to manufacture automobiles"
  • whole shebang: everything available; usually preceded by `the'; "we saw the whole shebang"; "a hotdog with the works"; "we took on the whole caboodle"; "for $10 you get the full treatment"
  • A place or premises for industrial activity, typically manufacturing
  • performance of moral or religious acts; "salvation by deeds"; "the reward for good works"
  • Activity involving mental or physical effort done in order to achieve a purpose or result

leisure works treadmills – Health Club

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Health Club DELUXE Treadmill CLEANING Clean & Walk ~ Run KIT Save on Repairs !
This is the Health Club & Commercial Treadmill Machine CLEANING KIT ! SAVE ON COSTLY REPAIRS ! Use in tandem with Lubrication Kit or Order the COMPLETE Protection Kit !
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Kit Includes;
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Easy to Use ! Mo Messy Hands ! Removes Dirt ! Reduces Costly Repairs ! Prolongs Motor Life ! Prolongs Belt Life !
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Barbara Stanwyck

Barbara Stanwyck
Barbara Stanwyck, Actress, Dead at 82

Barbara Stanwyck, the luminous star of such classic movies as ”Stella Dallas,” ”The Lady Eve” and ”Double Indemnity” and the award-winning western television series ”The Big Valley,” died of congestive heart failure late Saturday at St. John’s Hospital and Health Center in Santa Monica, Calif. She was 82 years old. The actress played a rich mix of characterizations in more than 80 films but developed a distinctive image as a gutsy, self-reliant and self-assured woman whose husky voice and cool exterior usually masked a warm heart.

She was a tough-talking but vulnerable mother in ”Stella Dallas” (1937), a slang-slinging showgirl in ”Ball of Fire” (1941), a lurid blonde who orchestrates her husband’s murder in ”Double Indemnity” (1944) and a bedridden neurotic who learns from telephone quirks that she is marked for murder in ”Sorry, Wrong Number” (1948).

Miss Stanwyck was nominated for best-actress Academy Awards for all four of those performances but won none. But in 1982 the Motion Picture Academy awarded her an honorary Oscar for being ”an artist of impeccable grace and beauty, a dedicated actress and one of the great ladies of Hollywood.”

A year earlier, she became the eighth person, and second woman, to be honored by the Film Society of Lincoln Center for career-long excellence. And, in 1987, her colleagues and admirers added their tributes to her independent spirit and professionalism as she received the 15th annual life achievement award of the American Film Institute.

Her outstanding roles included a card-sharp and pseudo-British socialite who dupes a naive scientist (Henry Fonda) in ”The Lady Eve” (1941), a manipulative reporter redeemed by an idealist (Gary Cooper) in ”Meet John Doe” (1941), a millionaire haunted by a childhood murder in ”The Strange Love of Martha Ivers” (1946) and a shrewd stockholder in ”Executive Suite” (1954).

Other memorable Stanwyck films were ”The Bitter Tea of General Yen,” which opened Radio City Music Hall in 1933, ”Annie Oakley” (1935), ”Banjo on My Knee” (1936), ”The Plough and the Stars” (1937), ”Union Pacific” (1939), ”Golden Boy” (1939), ”Remember the Night” (1940), ”The Great Man’s Lady” (1942), ”Lady of Burlesque” (1943), ”Clash by Night” (1952) and ”Titanic” (1953).

The actress commanded increasingly higher salaries in the 1930’s and early 40’s, and in 1944 the Government listed her as the nation’s highest-paid woman, earning $400,000.

From the mid-50’s on, she lent distinction to a string of otherwise lackluster movies. Turning to televison, she made many guest appearances and then starred in an anthology series, ”The Barbara Stanwyck Show,” in 1960-61, and the highly popular series ”The Big Valley,” in which she portrayed a frontier rancher and matriarch from 1965 to 1969. Her television performances won her three Emmys and a cluster of other awards.

The actress’s take-charge, down-to-earth screen image mirrored her childhood as Ruby Stevens, born into a poor family of Scottish-Irish descent in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn on July 16, 1907.

When she was 4 years old, her mother was killed when a drunken stranger pushed her off a moving streetcar. The loss devasted her father, a bricklayer, who deserted his five children. They never saw him again.

Young Ruby, who had to board with family friends, sought solace by seeing as many movies as her pennies allowed. At the age of 13, she had to leave school to earn a living. She started as a wrapper in a department store and worked in other low-paying clerical jobs while studying dancing with a vaudevillian friend of her family.

At 15, Ruby entered show business as a chorus girl, first dancing in speakeasies and soon advancing to Broadway and touring stints in the Ziegfeld Follies and other revues. At 18, she won a leading role as a cabaret dancer in a melodrama, ”The Noose,” which ran on Broadway for nine months. The program introduced her as Barbara Stanwyck, a glamorous name inspired by a theatrical poster: ”Jane Stanwyck in ‘Barbara Frietchie.’ ”

In 1927, at the age of 20, she won a leading role in the Broadway play ”Burlesque.” She received good notices, played the part for two years and won nonexclusive contracts with Columbia Pictures and Warner Brothers.

Her first important movie role was classic Stanwyck – a shallow adventuress redeemed by love in a 1930 melodrama, ”Ladies of Leisure,” directed by a youthful Frank Capra.

Mr. Capra, who also directed her in four later movies, wrote in his 1971 autobiography, ”The Name Above the Title,” that she was unique in not requiring rehearsals because she ”gave her all the first time she tried a scene.” Her dedication, he wrote, made her ”beloved by all directors, actors, crews and extras.”

Miss Stanwyck was also the favorite of Cecil B. DeMille, who wrote, ”I have never worked with an actress who was more cooperative, less temperamental

28-03-06 temporary 'open diary' refuge

28-03-06  temporary 'open diary' refuge
photo – ‘beer and bullshit’ in the Fitlike Tavern. All 4 rascals in the shot are smokers and suffering the agonies after Sundays ban. The ashtrays are now gone also.

diary…28-03-06
I’ll try it this way as I can fully access Flickr from my work PC and therefore be able to compile a proper entry at my leisure ( work permitting) and then transfer all the entries over when I get home (wife permitting)……(…and public house open times permitting!)

The various travails of putting up the OD entries in bitty note form is that it takes nearly the full 30 minute session on the Rec Room ‘internet cafe PC to do a cutting and pasting entry. This means I’ve minimal time to keep up to date with all you rogues. And I have to make my diary ‘OD members only’ to avoid others being able to browse my embarrassing drool. I wouldn’t wish to be held to account for some bitter barb I’ve posted……

…and so… day 2 of 17 at work and all is fine and dandy. There’s a lot less unresolved queries and conundrums this time round compared to my last several arrivals and that is definitely a boost. I’ve even had the opportunity to revert to a personal work-site improvement project that I have been unable to look at during the continuous hurly-burly and I’m getting the satisfaction of making progress.

I’m also pleased to be able to trot off a 3 miler on the treadmill today. The first 3 months of the year were rather disappointing, especially if I contrast New Year ambitions with End o’March achievements. But that is the rubbishy bad weather and general dreariness out of the way. In my grand tradition of perpetual ‘re-starting’ here come a fresh impetus of spring-time, the second quarter chunk of the year and all round re-energiseation. Hopefully…..

leisure works treadmills

leisure works treadmills

Proform 505 CST Treadmill
This treadmill features iFit workout applications and an iFit alpah numeric message center, so you can choose the course that’s best for you and keep track of you workout sessionss. Also check your heart rate with the EKG pulse grips.

The ProForm 505 CST Treadmill is packed with features designed to get you fast results. Compatible with iFit Live Technology, this treadmill delivers workouts powered by Google Maps, training with Jillian Michaels and automatic speed and incline controls. The 505 CST features comfortable ProShox Lite 3 cushioning and convenient QuickSpeed and Quick-Incline controls. Other features include 15 workout apps, a compatible music port for your iPod or MP3 player, and a 25-year motor warranty.

Perfectly clear and easy to read, this 6-inch display has a large viewing angle.
ProShox Lite 3 Cushioning
Maximize your joint protection with the comfort and innovation of ProShox Lite 3.
Space Saver Design
To give you more room to stretch, or to stretch the room you have, the deck folds vertically for storage.
Dual-Grip EKG Heart Rate Monitor
Make the most out of every workout by monitoring your heart rate with these built-in handlebar sensors to ensure you’re in the right training zone for your goals.
iFit Live Technology Compatible
Get smarter workouts and faster results with iFit Live Technology (requires iFit Live wireless adapter–sold separately). Featuring workouts powered by Google Maps, training with Jillian Michaels, and automatic speed and incline controls. Customize your own fitness program, draw a map, or select an online course to get started. As you workout, your results are uploaded to iFit.com, helping you manage your online profile. This cool feature provides exciting new opportunities for you to tour the world, run and train for races and compete with others, right from your own home iFit Live Technology picks up the wireless network in your home and is the only connection between the Internet and home fitness equipment.
6-inch Backlit Display
Perfectly clear and easy to read, this 6-inch display has a large viewing angle so no matter how tall or short you are, you can always keep track of your workout progress.
15 Workout Apps
Get the workout you want with the 15 built-in workout apps, created by a certified personal yrainer. Choose from time, distance, or calorie-goal workouts to get the results you want. The simple navigation of the apps makes it quick and easy to pick up your workout and get going.
Compatible Music Port for iPod
Move to the beat of your favorite music with this built-in sound system. Plug your iPod or MP3 Player into the Interplay music port for unbeatable sound quality. With the iPod resting on the console shelf, it’s within easy reach and leaves the controls right at your fingertips.
Intermix Acoustics 2.0 Sound System
Enjoy your favorite media with this built-in sound system that produces a broad range of frequencies and rich, equalized sound.
2.25 CHP Mach Z Motor
Experience expanded power with this quiet, self-cooling drive system. Employing an axial fan, this motor reduces noise as it cools internal components and enhances your workout environment and extending the motor’s life.
0 to 10 percent Quick Incline Control
The best and most convenient incline adjustment, the Quick Incline control allows you to change the incline with the single touch of a button instead of tediously scrolling through options as you would with traditional incline controls.
Roomy Treadbelt
A vital component of the drive system, this 20- by 50-inch treadmill belt is designed to operate both smoother and quieter than the average treadmill belt.
0 to 10 MPH QuickSpeed Control
Instead of tediously scrolling through options, the QuickSpeed control allows you to instantly change the speed of the treadmill between 0 to 10 miles per hour with the single touch of a button.
Specifications:
Weight Capacity: 300 pounds
Warranty: Lifetime frame; 25-Year motor; 1-year parts & labor
Dimensions: 70 by 34 by 59.5 inches (L x W x H)
Treadbelt: 20 by 55 inches

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