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What’s Selling Where: Fitness DVDs 7/30 Inline
For people who want the ease of exercising at home, Acacia sells DVD workouts from yoga to kettlebell to special arthritis routines. The Silver Spring, Md., distributor, an RLJ Entertainment Inc. brand, sells fitness DVDs through its website, Amazon and retail locations. “A lot of people are intimidated by the gym,” says Marie Guinto, RLJ Entertainment executive producer, Acacia programming. “A DVD for $12 or $16 is a great way to try different things at home first, to hear the language and vocabulary of the workout before attending a class,” she says. Here, titles that have proved most popular in several U.S. cities.

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My Journal – Shared Article

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Smarter Hurricane Preparation 7/30 Inline
People living in mid-Atlantic and northeast states are waking up to the fact that hurricanes might be a permanent part of their landscape and gearing up to be better prepared for when the next one hits.

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