Foncer avec des Coccinelles
Le circuit de Zolder a été samedi 2 octobre le théâtre de la joute pour le Championnat Belge VW Fun Cup. Un nombre de relations d’affaires de Valeo Service a pu faire soi-même l’expérience à côté du pilote Alain Vercammen de ce qu’est de concourir en VW Fun Cup.
En rétrospective une journée réussie. Grace à la gratuité de l’entrée lors de cet événement et à l’accès libre à la ligne des stands et au stand c’est une journée conviviale d’excursion à recommander aux amateurs de courses automobiles.
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Review by William for Rating: I orgianlly oerderd the white ball withut realizing that it was meant for people shorter than I am (5 9 ). The Amazon page for it never mentioned that different balls were for different height users. When the ball arrived the sizing was made clear on the box. So I returned it and oerderd this ball (Blue, 65CM) which is meant for my height. Having used balls in my health club, but without ever noticing their size, I was surprised at how large 65 cm was. When properly inflated this ball is too large for me; many of the exercises one does with these balls require wrapping the legs around the ball, which is difficult when it is too large. On the Amazon order page for this (blue) ball and the larger (red) ball, the size/height relationship is stated, and I do fall into the range of this 65 cm ball. But it is simply too large a fact you can't realize until you inflate it.
Customer review from the Amazon Vineâ„¢ Program () As a leimtife athlete who in recent years has gotten too busy for doing sports every day as I have in the past, this is a good addition to my various methods of dealing with the change in lifestyle. I used to go cycling every day and do other outdoor sports on occassion, but my move to NYC five years ago and into corporate America has turned me into your typical weekend warrior. Just as the atrophy of office life was what first turned me into a serious athlete when I was 20, I am inspired at 41 to once again try new things to keep myself in shape and enjoying it. Most recently these new things include an indoor trainer that I can use with my roadbike to pedal out the miles on weekday evenings, and this belt to work those muscles that cycling does not. No real CON, but a few points I want to make: I'm actually taking a star away for the instructions; you pretty much have to figure out how you want to incorporate this thing into your physical training on your own. For the price, they could include an adaquate training guide written by an expert. Perhaps someone at Amazon could suggest a relevant book. The lack of adaquate instructions caused me to do the couch potato mistake of using the belt while slouched on the sofa in front of the TV and the uneven training gave me a bit of back pain for a week. It wasn't a big deal though. Perhaps coincidental, but I started pooping like a newborn when I started using this belt. You should be careful not to overdue it at first unless you already are used to working your abdominal muscles on a regular basis. The suggested levels and use times are a pretty good guide just don't exceed them. I was blown away by how much power three AA batteries were able to put out, but maybe it really doesn't take that much power. In any case, the power is more than adaquate. DO NOT attempt to move the belt while it's turned on because you will literally be in for a shock. It's amazingly strong when the current goes through your fingertips. BOTTOM LINE: This belt is very effective. My only caviat is that you should look for some kind of guide as to how to use it for maximum effectiveness and without causing yourself undue discomfort or pain.
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