Note: This is the final article in our 7-part series intended to give readers a closer look at Precor’s new line of ellipticals and treadmills.
When fitness meets a worthy cause, we are only too eager to get involved. This year, Push Pedal Pull is a very proud sponsor of the 2013 Fight For Air Climb in three U.S. cities! The first climb is hosted in Oklahoma City, OK on February 23rd in the very tall Cotter Ranch Tower, a signature landmark in the central business district. The second climb is hosted in Tulsa, OK on April 6th in the Bok Tower. The third climb is on April 7th in downtown Des Moines, IA. These lucky folks get the opportunity to climb 3 very tall buildings. All events benefit the American Lung Association.
We're all looking for a little extra motivation to keep our New Year's Resolution this time of year. Simply share your best "fitness tip" or the secret behind your biggest fitness accomplishment and earn a chance to win a $150 gift card from Push Pedal Pull! A panel of judges from P3 will select the top 3 winners... 1st prize: $150 Gift Card. 2nd prize: $100 Gift Card. 3rd prize: $50 Gift Card. We'll accept entries from today through Jan. 31st, so inspire others and WIN! Happy New Year from Push Pedal Pull!
It’s time to shake up your workout — literally. The latest buzz in fitness is focused on vibration training, also known as whole body vibration (WBV) or acceleration training. It’s quickly gaining the attention of trainers, celebrities and athletes, earning the endorsement of Clint Eastwood, Courtney Cox, Sting, Serena Williams, Andre Ethier and others.
The CrossFit wave is sweeping gyms across the nation. CrossFit is a type of strength and conditioning program that basically prepares your body for anything. It’s functional training to the extreme. Described by its founders as “minimalistic,” CrossFit gyms are often sparse and contain simple equipment. CrossFit is usually done in a group and encourages both competition and teamwork.
Black Friday marked the official opening of the newest Push Pedal Pull store in West Des Moines, Iowa. The store is conveniently located in the Jordon Creek Plaza, just east of the Jordon Creek Mall.
Have you ever felt the frustration of calling customer service only to have to press countless buttons in order to talk to a real person? You hit zero repetitively, hoping that someone will answer, but five minutes later you’re still talking to a machine.
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