The Sarah Fit Show – Fitness Fusion – Inner Thigh, Glute Workout – The Sarah Fit Show

Get fit w/ me! See my workouts & more bit.ly Sarah’s Channel: www.youtube.com Sarah’s Website: sarahfit.com Sarah’s Twitter twitter.com Eat like me. Try my diet plan – www.1shoppingcart.com Facebook: Facebook.com Try this Fusion workout for your inner thighs, side butt, and legs at home today! It combines yoga with pilates and a little bit of strength training to tone up your glutes, inner and outer thighs. This is a beginner to advanced workout that works the gluteus medius, inner and outer thighs. SarahFit.com Visit for more details. Host and YouTube fitness video guru Sarah Dussault shares her favorite leg pulsing exercises that will have your inner thighs burning. This bodyweight workout can be done anywhere because it requires no equipment! The Sarah Fit Show features videos of Sarah Dussault and includes her tips on healthy living. Topics range from an easy ab workout in the gym to which foods are healthier than others. In these videos Sarah explains, and shows, easy ways to stay fit, thin, and healthy. New episodes every Monday on the Click Fitness Network.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Local Threads Fashion Show 9-20-09 38
Healthy Meals For Kids
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I went out to support the Local Threads Fashion Show at Founder’s. The clothes were beautiful and they helped support the Kids Food Basket.

What: “LOCAL THREADS FASHION SHOW” a benefit event for KIDS FOOD BASKET.
Where: Founders Brewing Company (235 Grandville SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503)
When: September 20th, 2009 8pm

The Second Annual Local Threads Fashion Show will be held Sunday September 20th, 2009 at 8pm, at Founders Brewing Company on Grandville Avenue in Grand Rapids.

The event will feature lines made by such local designers as Lynn Anne Serulla, Khristi Menardie Yokum of Bliss Clothing, The GR8, Coat of Many Colors, Nate Dorotiak, and biking gear from the new Commute Bike Shop on Division Avenue. Echo Salon will feature their talents by styling the hair of the models. Event organizer and designer Lynn Anne Serulla offers the event as “a great way for people to network with others, also to keep Grand Rapids looking fresh in the latest gear from local talent. But it’s the guests that make it what it is.”

This year, Local Threads will be donating it’s proceeds to Grand Rapids own Kids Food Basket. Since there is no government sponsored program available, Kids Food Basket was created to combat the childhood food insecurity problem in Grand Rapids. This organization provides a healthy sack supper to approximately 1,346 elementary school children at 13 schools. These children have been identified by school officials as being nutritionally at-risk and would not otherwise be receiving an evening meal. The bagged supper in addition to the federal school food program puts the children at the daily-recommended requirement. Children who receive the appropriate daily requirement of nutrition have better attendance, grow stronger, and have improved grades at school.

The event will be per person, and will offer up sounds by DJ Spydre Murphy.

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Local Threads Fashion Show 9-20-09 2
Healthy Meals For Kids
Image by stevendepolo
I went out to support the Local Threads Fashion Show at Founder’s. The clothes were beautiful and they helped support the Kids Food Basket.

What: “LOCAL THREADS FASHION SHOW” a benefit event for KIDS FOOD BASKET.
Where: Founders Brewing Company (235 Grandville SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503)
When: September 20th, 2009 8pm

The Second Annual Local Threads Fashion Show will be held Sunday September 20th, 2009 at 8pm, at Founders Brewing Company on Grandville Avenue in Grand Rapids.

The event will feature lines made by such local designers as Lynn Anne Serulla, Khristi Menardie Yokum of Bliss Clothing, The GR8, Coat of Many Colors, Nate Dorotiak, and biking gear from the new Commute Bike Shop on Division Avenue. Echo Salon will feature their talents by styling the hair of the models. Event organizer and designer Lynn Anne Serulla offers the event as “a great way for people to network with others, also to keep Grand Rapids looking fresh in the latest gear from local talent. But it’s the guests that make it what it is.”

This year, Local Threads will be donating it’s proceeds to Grand Rapids own Kids Food Basket. Since there is no government sponsored program available, Kids Food Basket was created to combat the childhood food insecurity problem in Grand Rapids. This organization provides a healthy sack supper to approximately 1,346 elementary school children at 13 schools. These children have been identified by school officials as being nutritionally at-risk and would not otherwise be receiving an evening meal. The bagged supper in addition to the federal school food program puts the children at the daily-recommended requirement. Children who receive the appropriate daily requirement of nutrition have better attendance, grow stronger, and have improved grades at school.

The event will be per person, and will offer up sounds by DJ Spydre Murphy.

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Save Money on Cleaning Products: Bitsy’s Quick Tips (The Frugalicious Show)

Bitsy’s Quick Tips. Save your money, your health, and the environment by making your own cleaning products! Check out the Green Lemon for some great tips bit.ly Check out our site and subscribe to our channel! TheFrugaliciousShow.com Facebook www.facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com The Frugalicious Show is a web tv show that helps you live the best possible life while spending the least amount of money. Bitsy and Erin share budget-friendly lifestyle tips on The Frugalicious Show, and Larissa shares hot deals every day on Deal of the Day. Learn how to live a Frugalicious life without sacrifice. Have a Frugalicious find you want to share? Leave a comment!

Yoga Abs & Butt Workout – The Sarah Fit Show

Get fit w/ me! See my workouts & more bit.ly Looking for a Yoga workout that will tone up your butt and abs? Try Sarah’s Yoga Inspired Strength Training workout. Learn more at sarahfit.com. Host and YouTube fitness video guru Sarah Dussault shares her favorite fitness methods and combines the two for a perfect yoga sculpting butt and abs workout. Become a fan on Facebook – http The Sarah Fit Show features videos of Sarah Dussault and includes her tips on healthy living. Topics range from an easy ab workout in the gym to which foods are healthier than others. In these videos Sarah explains, and shows, easy ways to stay fit, thin, and healthy. New episodes every Monday on the Click Fitness Network. Free Royalty Music – www.danosongs.com Eat like me. Try my diet plan – http Sarah’s Channel: www.youtube.com Sarah’s Website: sarahfit.com Sarah’s Twitter twitter.com Sarah’s iPhone App: itunes.apple.com Facebook: Facebook.com Click Fitness Channel: www.youtube.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Local Threads Fashion Show 9-20-09 26
Healthy Meals For Kids
Image by stevendepolo
I went out to support the Local Threads Fashion Show at Founder’s. The clothes were beautiful and they helped support the Kids Food Basket.

What: “LOCAL THREADS FASHION SHOW” a benefit event for KIDS FOOD BASKET.
Where: Founders Brewing Company (235 Grandville SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503)
When: September 20th, 2009 8pm

The Second Annual Local Threads Fashion Show will be held Sunday September 20th, 2009 at 8pm, at Founders Brewing Company on Grandville Avenue in Grand Rapids.

The event will feature lines made by such local designers as Lynn Anne Serulla, Khristi Menardie Yokum of Bliss Clothing, The GR8, Coat of Many Colors, Nate Dorotiak, and biking gear from the new Commute Bike Shop on Division Avenue. Echo Salon will feature their talents by styling the hair of the models. Event organizer and designer Lynn Anne Serulla offers the event as “a great way for people to network with others, also to keep Grand Rapids looking fresh in the latest gear from local talent. But it’s the guests that make it what it is.”

This year, Local Threads will be donating it’s proceeds to Grand Rapids own Kids Food Basket. Since there is no government sponsored program available, Kids Food Basket was created to combat the childhood food insecurity problem in Grand Rapids. This organization provides a healthy sack supper to approximately 1,346 elementary school children at 13 schools. These children have been identified by school officials as being nutritionally at-risk and would not otherwise be receiving an evening meal. The bagged supper in addition to the federal school food program puts the children at the daily-recommended requirement. Children who receive the appropriate daily requirement of nutrition have better attendance, grow stronger, and have improved grades at school.

The event will be per person, and will offer up sounds by DJ Spydre Murphy.

www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=120047449135

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Local Threads Fashion Show 9-20-09 10
Healthy Food For Children
Image by stevendepolo
I went out to support the Local Threads Fashion Show at Founder’s. The clothes were beautiful and they helped support the Kids Food Basket.

What: “LOCAL THREADS FASHION SHOW” a benefit event for KIDS FOOD BASKET.
Where: Founders Brewing Company (235 Grandville SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503)
When: September 20th, 2009 8pm

The Second Annual Local Threads Fashion Show will be held Sunday September 20th, 2009 at 8pm, at Founders Brewing Company on Grandville Avenue in Grand Rapids.

The event will feature lines made by such local designers as Lynn Anne Serulla, Khristi Menardie Yokum of Bliss Clothing, The GR8, Coat of Many Colors, Nate Dorotiak, and biking gear from the new Commute Bike Shop on Division Avenue. Echo Salon will feature their talents by styling the hair of the models. Event organizer and designer Lynn Anne Serulla offers the event as “a great way for people to network with others, also to keep Grand Rapids looking fresh in the latest gear from local talent. But it’s the guests that make it what it is.”

This year, Local Threads will be donating it’s proceeds to Grand Rapids own Kids Food Basket. Since there is no government sponsored program available, Kids Food Basket was created to combat the childhood food insecurity problem in Grand Rapids. This organization provides a healthy sack supper to approximately 1,346 elementary school children at 13 schools. These children have been identified by school officials as being nutritionally at-risk and would not otherwise be receiving an evening meal. The bagged supper in addition to the federal school food program puts the children at the daily-recommended requirement. Children who receive the appropriate daily requirement of nutrition have better attendance, grow stronger, and have improved grades at school.

The event will be per person, and will offer up sounds by DJ Spydre Murphy.

www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=120047449135

CEO of LearnVest Explains How to Budget Your Money on “The Valley Girl Show” with Jesse Draper

LearnVest is a leading personal finance website that is re-inventing financial planning for the 21st century. The company has already helped over 1 million women effectively manage their money, and its tools enable women everywhere to “earn well, save well, and spend well.” Alexa Von Tobel is the founder and CEO of LearnVest.
Video Rating: 5 / 5