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Coast-to-Coast Career Fairs
Coast-to-Coast Career Fairs will be holding a Job Fair in Phoenix on Monday, April 25th at Holiday Inn Phoenix Airport. 100's of Jobs will be available from; Sales, Marketing, Law Enforcement, Customer Service, Administrative, Accounting, Financial Services, Banking, Retail, Insurance and more.
Anyone looking for work in the Phoenix area is encouraged to attend this FREE event. The event starts at 11:00 AM and ends at 2:00 PM. Coast-to-Coast Career Fairs will also have a career expert onsite who will be providing FREE resume critique.
Phoenix Job Fair
Monday, April 25, 2016
11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Holiday Inn & Suites Phoenix Airport
3220 South 48th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85040
For more information, go to http://www.coasttocoastcareerfairs.com/job_fairs_by/city/AZ/Phoenix
Motivation Monday: Artic Cryotherapy-Shockwave High Altitude Training Class
Whole Body Artic Cryotherapy
Originating in Europe and Japan over 30 years ago, Cryotherapy is a non-invasive natural therapy that helps reduce inflammation and stimulates the production of endorphins in the human body. This drug- free therapy offers benefits from athletic performance and recovery, to pain management, healing, beauty and wellness.
A large number of the world's elite sports teams and athletes are leveraging Whole Body Cryotherapy to increase athletic performance, increase mobility, speed-up post performance recovery and use it as natural systemic anti-inflammatory for the entire body. Like the more commonly known ice bath, Whole Body Cryotherapy immerses the body in intensely cold temperatures using nitrogen gas. However, and because Cryotherapy is a less invasive and employs a dry cold process that only penetrates the first layer of skin, the experience is much more comfortable and tolerable to all, than the traditional twenty minute ice bath sessions that can be overwhelming to most.
Over the last few years, this technology has started to make is way outside the athletic elite and the celebrities' circle and has been endorsed by many, as a key component to anyone's lifestyle beyond just athletics. CERULEAN is the most cutting-edge facility in Arizona to offer this in-demand treatment as an effective way to take your health, wellness and fitness to an entirely new level.
High Altitude Fitness Training
ELEVATE YOUR WORKOUTS TO 6,500 FEET 9,000 FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL!
Whether you aspire to train like an Olympian or simply want to burn more calories in less time and bring more intensity to your workouts, Altitude Fitness Workouts at CERULEAN can help you work out HARDER and SMARTER. Challenge yourself by participating in our altitude fitness workouts in the largest, independent "mask-free" altitude training room in the U.S. Exercising at altitude can substantially boost the body's oxygen transport and metabolic systems through natural increases in red blood cells and increased cellular efficiency. Altitude training will help burn an average of 30-50% more calories while also improving stamina and endurance. Altitude training also yields benefits several hours after your workout, as your body's metabolism continues to burn more calories during the excess-post exercise oxygen consumption phase (EPOC).
Our workouts come with cutting-edge wireless physiological stress monitoring (PSM) to help substantially increase the efficiency of your workouts. Instantaneous monitoring of heart rate, breathing rate, oxygen saturation, core temperature, even accelerometry (how fast you run, how high you jump), and many other variables will be streamed live onto large screens, making it easy to maintain optimum heart rate or lactate threshold training zones to help achieve your performance or weight loss goals*. Our unique analysis software allows for simple comparison among athletes and also reveals individual historical improvements over time.
For more information visit: https://www.livecerulean.com/
9150 E. Del Camino #101
101 & via De Ventura
Dinning in the Dark
Dining in the Dark! It's a great charity dinner event at Crust being held tomorrow, Tuesday April 26th in an effort to provide the community a way of experiencing a meal while relying on their other four senses, the way a visually impaired person would. There's an added sensory experience to the way in which we enjoy a meal when we cannot see the presentation of the dish. Proceeds from Dining in the Dark will benefit Arizona Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ACBVI). Tickets for Dining in the Dark are $65++ per person. Reservations are required and space is limited.
Delicately crafted to enhance the sensory experience, Crust staff and special guests from the Arizona Center for the Blind will help guide guests through a four course dinner including:
Roasted Beets Salad goat cheese, walnut pesto, garlic honey ciabatta, paired with Sauvignon Blanc
Wine notes: exploding with flavor! Intense and vividly focused, with plenty of fruit and herb flavors.
Crab and Pineapple mousse on endive spears with candied jalapeno and insalata prezzemolo, paired with 2014 Chardonnay
Wine notes: opens with an inviting tropical fruit-like bouquet and aromas of kiwi, banana, and summer stone fruits (apricot and white peach) a slight hint of toasted oak on the finish.
Short Rib Ravioli wild mushroom ragu, crispy shallots, paired with Rapture Cabernet
Wine notes: medium bodied, the wine shows flavors of dark raspberry, spiced plum and integrated toasty oak notes.
Chocolate lava cake with a cayenne pepper whip cream, paired with Lust Zinfandel
Wine notes: a deliciously smooth, showy, and seductive Zinfandel that lives up to its name
Reservations are required and space is limited. Call Crust Chandler to reserve your spot today at 480-917-4903. Crust Chandler is located at 10 N San Marcos Place, Chandler, AZ 85225.
For more information visit: http://crustrestaurants.com/
Alice Cooper Golf Tournament 2016
7555 E. Eagle Crest Dr.
Mesa, AZ 85207
How to stage a home while in the process of moving (5 quick and dirty tips) this segment will illustrate the dos and don'ts in an environment that has not been staged prior to the segment
Realtor Larry Feiner of realtor and branch manager for HomeSmart Arrowhead ALWAYS suggests his client’s stage their homes (even if bringing in a professional can be costly, it usually pays off when the home sells faster than non-staged ones)
Staging a home can be tricky if the tenant is in the process of moving simultaneously
Five tips for staging a home while moving
- Send sentiment packing (rent a storage locker for "clutter")
- Pitch your pillows (for smell control)
- Pay close attention to the kitchen (should look like a showroom)
- Hide the plunger and other bathroom accessories
- Stash the little things (mail, for example) in creative places, such as the oven
HomeSmart is the largest residential real estate company in Arizona with more than 10,000 agents in the U.S.
For more information visit: www.Homesmartinternational.com
8388 E. Hartford Dr., Ste. 100, Scottsdale
Pre/Post Workout Food
Dietician Julie Brown is here from lifetime fitness with the foods you should eat pre-and-post workout. From protein perks to packing in complex carbs, and foods that gradually release sugar into your bloodstream. Check out the link below for the best options pre and post workouts to keep you satisfied, losing weight and making the gains you want.
For more information visit their website:
Life Time Fitness - Tempe
1616 W Ruby Dr, Tempe, AZ 85284 Phone: (480) 705-8855
Life Time Fitness - Gilbert
381 E Warner Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85296 Phone: (480) 892-5020
Life Time Fitness - Scottsdale
6850 E Chauncey Ln, Phoenix, AZ 85054 Phone: (480) 538-9009
Life Time Fitness Palm Valley
14540 W McDowell Rd, Goodyear, AZ 85395 Phone: (623) 536-9595
LifePower Yoga Pima Crossing
8642 E Shea Blvd, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: (480) 607-0900
No Pork Left Behind
Executive Chef Jeremy Pacheco of LON's at the Hermosa recently unveiled a new seasonal menu for the iconic Valley restaurant at The Hermosa Inn. While guest favorites, such as the Himalayan Salt Seared Ahi Tuna and the Roasted Maple Leaf Duck, remain on the menu. Pacheco utilized a variety of new ingredients and techniques chief among them using his focus on sustainability to create pork 10+ ways. "The new menu encapsulates my favorite ingredients of the season from some of my go--to local farmers and purveyors, such as McClendon Select, Noble Breads and Crow's Dairy," said Executive Chef Jeremy Pacheco.
Also new to the menu is Pacheco's usage of an entire pig each week from AZ Fine Swine, divided amongst a variety of dishes -something not currently done by any other chef in the state.
Below lists how each portion will be utilized amongst LON's various menus:
Roasted pork belly starter on the dinner menu
Leg/shoulder: Pappardelle pasta entree
Hind leg: Pork burger on the lunch menu
Hind leg: Sausage in the mangalitsa breakfast sausage sandwich for brunch
Lard: House--made biscuits as part of the mangalitsa breakfast sausage sandwich
Head: Head cheese specials on the weekend
Rack: Bone--in pork chop specials on the weekend
Liver: Pate specials throughout the week
Jowls: Guancial Bones: Stockused in a variety of dishes
You can also find Mangalitsa Pork Sliders on the lunch and bar menus, as well as other pieces of the whole hog added to the menu occasionally.
To make reservations for dinner at LON's, visit www.LONs.com or call 602.955.7878.
The Hermosa Inn LON’s at the Hermosa Last Drop at the Hermosa
5532 N. Palo Cristi Rd., Paradise Valley, AZ 85253
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