Thursday, January 12, 2017

01/12 FITNESS AND NUTRITION COACH ADAM ROSANTE, FITNESS & NUTRITION GOALS, LEON GRICE, NEW ZEALAND WINES

WORLD-RENOWNED FITNESS AND NUTRITION COACH ADAM ROSANTE SHARES 30 SECOND HACKS TO HELP STAY ON TRACK WITH YOUR FITNESS & NUTRITION GOALS

World-renowned Fitness and Nutrition Coach Shares 30 Second Hacks to Help Stay on Track with Your Fitness & Nutrition Goals

The start of a new year is always full of promise, hope and holiday remorse. We spend too much money and pack on a few extra pounds during the holiday season and then promise to change our ways in the New Year. Unfortunately, we are over-ambitious and the resolutions rarely stick.

Take a look at some New Year’s Resolutions by the Numbers, courtesy of Statistic Brain Research Institute:
•         45% of Americans usually make resolutions each year
•         85% of resolutions are centered on self-improvement & weight loss
•         64% of people give up on their resolutions by the third week of January

People cite lack of money and time as the reasons they give up so quickly. But the good news is, 30 seconds is all it takes to stay on track. World-renowned fitness and nutrition coach, Adam Rosante, has teamed up with Pure Protein, maker of delicious protein bars, snacks, powders and shakes, to show how you can stay on track with your fitness and nutrition goals all year long without an expensive gym membership or elaborate meal plan.    

As a private coach to A-list actors and professional athletes, creator of The People’s Bootcamp and author of, the #1 best-sellers “The 30-Second Body: Eat Clean, Train Dirty and Live Hard,” and “Super Smoothie Revolution,” Adam is available to discuss/demonstrate:
•         30 second fitness hacks you can do anytime, anywhere
•         Quick and tasty recipes to help fuel the day without a ton of time or effort
•         Protein-packed snacks for energy on the go


LEON GRICE - NEW ZEALAND CONSUL-GENERAL, LOS ANGELES - TALKING NEW ZEALAND WINES

ABOUT NZ WINE: 
New Zealand is a land like no other. New Zealand Wine is an experience like no other. Our special combination of soil, climate and water, our innovative pioneering spirit and our commitment to quality all come together to deliver pure, intense and diverse experiences. In every glass of New Zealand Wine is a world of pure discovery. Welcome to our world.

Regions
New Zealand extends 1,600km (1000 miles) from sub-tropical Northland (36° S) to the world’s most southerly grape growing region Central Otago (46° S). Vineyards benefit from the moderating effect of the maritime climate (no vineyard is more than 120km, or 80 miles, from the ocean) with long sunshine hours and nights cooled by sea breezes.

New Zealand wine is distinctive for its purity, vibrancy and intensity. The long ripening period - a result of cool temperatures - allows flavour development whilst retaining fresh acidity, a balance for which New Zealand wines are renowned. There are a number of distinct major winegrowing regions spread throughout New Zealand, with the majority on the East coast of the Islands in the rain shadow of the mountains. Within these diverse regions, sub-regional characteristics are beginning to show through and wines are now being distinguished as being not just from a wine region, but from a sub-region and a place. We hope you enjoy discovering our regions and producers.

Wine Styles
New Zealand produces less than 1% of the world’s wine, yet offers an impressive array of varieties and styles. Central to our success is New Zealand’s temperate, maritime climate, the unswerving passion of our wine producers and the highly distinctive nature of our wine styles.

It was Sauvignon Blanc that put New Zealand on the wine map, however the diversity and sophistication of our portfolio of wine styles has ensured the love affair with New Zealand wine lives on around the world.

New Zealand's expansive coastline enables us to succeed with a range of diverse varieties and styles; from the warmer climate wines, such as Bordeaux-style blends and Syrah, grown in Hawke's Bay and further north, through to much cooler climate wines, such as Pinot Noir and Riesling grown in the southerly regions.

Whatever your preferences for wine styles, chances are we have a New Zealand Wine to suit your palate.

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