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Lewis Harrison – A Fitness Model & Entrepreneur Generating $30K Per Week Through Social Media – Shares His Secrets to Success | News

NEW YORK, Feb. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — After helping multiple businesses surpass and crush their goals – Lewis Harrison – an exceptionally successful business mentor and social media icon – has started his own business venture with digital marketing agency Lucrative Social. In this venture, Lewis and his team teach students all the skills necessary to scale their online fitness businesses to way beyond six figures.

Lewis started his career as a soccer player and eventually chose to become a personal trainer and fitness model. That’s how it all began: with his love for sports and physical activity. Taking this content online, his social media content and workouts attracted the masses, which further contributed to his growth and development as an online trainer.

All of his hard work paid off, and his massive fame got the attention of several companies, renowned photographers and international magazines. Flex Magazine (USA

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Racket Sports Equipment Market Analysis, Growth , Size, Share, News, Demand, Evolving Opportunities Studied For The Period Until 2025

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Japan, Japan, Tue, 02 Feb 2021 05:26:21 / Comserve Inc. / — The report analyzes the international markets including development trends, competitive landscape analysis, investment plan, business strategy, opportunity, and key regions development status.

The global racket sports equipment market is expected to grow with a CAGR of 2.64% during the forecast period (2020 – 2025).

– An increasing interest in outdoor activities in order to maintain wellbeing and fitness is a major driving factor for the growth of the market.
– The upgrading society in the developing regions backed up by an improved economy has been motivating the locals to develop a likeness for racket sports that require individual equipment.
– However, due to the inclination of a major portion of the population in the European countries towards football and other sports and adventure activities, the

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DICK’S Sporting Goods Again Chooses To Be Home For The Holiday | News

PITTSBURGH, Feb. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — DICK’S Sporting Goods (NYSE: DKS) today announced it will close all retail locations and distribution centers on Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 2021. DICK’S also closed on Thanksgiving in 2020.  

“We closed our stores and distribution centers last year on Thanksgiving as a way of saying  ‘thank you’ to our teammates for navigating all the stress and strain of 2020 and to encourage our teammates and customers to spend time with their loved ones,” said Lauren Hobart, DICK’S Sporting Goods President and CEO. “This year, we wanted to give our teammates plenty of notice that we will be closed again, so they have the opportunity to plan for their annual traditions – whether it’s participating in a fun run, watching football or enjoying Thanksgiving dinner.”

DICK’S will reopen on Black Friday (November 26) to serve customers with in-store, curbside contactless pickup

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Winter sports season opens with bowling at Sport Center – Sports – Monroe News – Monroe, Michigan

Bowling is more than a sport for Julia Skowron.

“It’s stress release,” the New Boston Huron senior said. “You can chuck the ball at the pins and they don’t talk back.”

During these trying times of a coronavirus pandemic, stress release is more important than ever.

So there was plenty of smiles and lots of joy as the high school winter sports season finally got started in the Monroe County with a pair of bowling matches Monday at Monroe Sport Center.

Video clip: Jefferson vs. Flat Rock Boys

For Flat Rock’s Katie Stull, it was a chance to put COVID-19 out of her mind for a few hours.

“It just felt normal,” she said. “This is probably the most normal thing that’s happened in my senior year.”

Huron swept St. Mary Catholic Central, winning the girls match 27-3 and the boys 30-0. Flat Rock took two from Jefferson with a

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