bradley.edu Review:Bradley University: Home - Bradley University is a prestigious private university in Peoria, Illinois, offering 5,400 undergraduate and graduate students the resources of a larger university and the personal attention of a smaller university. More than 185 academic programs are offered in business, communications, education, engineering, fine arts, health sciences, liberal arts and sciences, and technology.
Country: 188.8.131.52, North America, US
City: -77.4728 Virginia, United States
I am an addict of wish...you can find many great deals...my advice is to read everything about the item you're considering,to include many of the feedbacks. A lot of the items come from China directly,so it takes a little longer to receive, as for quality, most items I have ordered seem ok, no different than your local retail store,and let's face it, they make everything anyway 😀 I order about 30.00 - 50.00 worth of items every month.
I am a novice road cyclist so please keep that in mind with this review; and before I talk about the R088, I would like to talk a little bit about the R078.
Great guide with a lot of relevant information. My wife and I planned our honeymoon using this guide and it helped us tremendously.
Bought it for our physical therapy office. Excellent upper back support and the shoulder exercises are much easier for patients to do. The tubing is a little too strong for someone who had shoulder surgery done but should provide a good resistance for typical person trying to get a good workout. We use the chair with lighter tubing. If this was sold as a medical device I can see it go for over $1000. Highly recommended.
I started this plan back in January, after seeing Jorge on Anderson Cooper. I couldn't believe he was pretty much stating anyone could lose up to 9lbs in a week! Yah right! So I ordered this book based on the fact that my family and I needed to lose a few. I was stunned to think you could lose that much weight without even really trying, just by cutting sugars and carbs. Even though I never tried Atkins, as a nurse, I had reservations on trying this "diet". I read the book, and like others have said, it doesn't have a lot of info, other than limiting sugar to 5g per meal (15g per day), and carbsto 6 svgs per day. The book is filled with pictures on belly good/bad foods, along with meals of what your meal can look like vs one you order in a restaurant. I liked this feature. I'd rather not be bored to death with reading material, but put to use knowledge I can use in real life, like going to Olive Garden and making an equivalent "belly good" meal at home. After looking through this book, if nothing else, I learned about other products on the market that are healthier and don't spike your glucose, even if you're not diabetic. We can all afford to eat better, regardless of age, weight, disease conditions, etc. I learned of stevia, SoBe water, and Ezekiel products. They're not normally products that I'd buy just by walking by them in the store. So this book at least opened my awareness. I also began looking at food labels more religiously than before. I lost 7lbs the first week alone. It does work!