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Chase Marathon Platinum Mastercard

0% introductory APR on balance transfers for up to nine months.*
10% rebate on all Marathon purchases for 60 days
5% rebate on all Marathon purchases after that
1% rebate on all other purchases where MasterCard® is accepted
No annual fee first year. **

Fuel up with free Marathon gas. With the NEW Marathon® Platinum MasterCard® from Chase you earn rebates automatically credited toward future Marathon purchases. You get a 5% rebate on purchases at all Marathon stations, conveniently located throughout the Midwest and Southeast, and a 1% rebate everywhere else MasterCard is accepted. So get the card that helps you get on your way!
Earn a 10% rebate on all Marathon purchases for the first 60 days your account is open
Earn a 5% rebate on all Marathon purchases after the 60 day introductory period
Earn a 1% rebate on all other purchaseswhere MasterCard® is accepted
All the rebates you earn are automatically credited toward future Marathon purchases
0% introductory APR on balance transfers for up to nine months.*
No annual fee first year. **
*see our Credit Card Disclosures for additional information.
** The annual fee is waived the first year the account is open. $20 thereafter, but the fee is waived if 9 Marathon purchases are made in the prior year.
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Personal trainer and fitness expert Leah Arnold shares the five top weight loss and exercise pitfalls you should avoid in order to keep losing weight and stick with your fitness program this year!

(PRWEB) January 12, 2006 -- As women all over the nation rush out to fulfill their resolutions to diet, lose weight, and exercise, many are overwhelmed by the sheer number of exercise and fitness programs out there. Personal trainer and fitness expert Leah Arnold has done your homework for you, giving you her list of the top five pit falls of sticking with a worn out exercise program, or joining a program that will wear out before you do! “Among my most successful clients lie a handful of critical steps that kept them on track, and kept their goals in focus," says Arnold. "These goal achievers avoided some costly mistakes by learning these very simple truths that could save you time, money, effort, and energy as you pursue your personal fitness goals this year.”

1. Monotony!
You are far less likely to keep working towards your goals if you let yourself become trapped in a program or routine that never changes. Make sure you have a range of options and choices in your health and fitness program, so that when monotony rears its ugly head, you can shake it off by shifting gears and adding new classes or workouts.

2. Not knowing the difference between a "quick" workout and a "quality" workout!
If you have weight loss goals but have never tried interval training, you're definitely not getting the most out of your time, money, or effort! There isn't much that's more effective at taking off extra weight as utilizing interval training. Proper use of interval training can help you burn up to 700% more fat calories per minute, so it's definitely worth looking into!

3. Believing one size fits all.
With all of the look-a-like homogenized express programs available, it’s very easy to be lulled into believing that what works for one person will work for you. Demand variety and choice in your fitness program. Look for facility that's willing to help you build your very own program, and help you to tweak it as you get closer to your goals.

4. Lack of knowledge.
If you have substantial goals you want to reach, but have never spent time with a certified trainer, you're not wringing the most out of your time and money. A certified trainer has a wealth of information to pass on that will make your time spent exercising the most effective it can possibly be, and help you avoid the pitfalls of over training, de-training and plateaus.

5. Procrastination!
Procrastinating kills goals and stymies positive outcomes. If you're not seeing the results you want in your current routine, do something about it now! Hanging on to a system or routine that isn't working for you will only continue to cost you more time and money without paying out the dividends you were expecting.

Ben Roethlisberger, quarterback for the NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers is planning on using his blog (http://benroethlisberger.typepad.com/roethlisberger) to record his weeklong experience in Detroit leading up to Super Bowl Sunday.

Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) January 28, 2006 -- Ben Roethlisberger, quarterback for the NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers is planning on using his blog (http://benroethlisberger.typepad.com/roethlisberger) to record his weeklong experience in Detroit leading up to Super Bowl Sunday.

The blog, accessible via Ben's official Web site, http://www.br-7.com, is regularly used for Roethlisberger to share his personal and professional life directly with his fans. Realizing this week is a special one for himself, as well as Steelers fans all over the world, Roethlisberger will give readers and insider's look at the week before the biggest game of the year.

"Ben's blog is special," said Kevin Burgess, principal of Athlete 2.0, Roethlisberger's Web design firm. "It allows his fans to connect with him in a unique way. Sharing his Super Bowl experience through his blog is a way to strengthen that bond."

Throughout his career, Roetlisberger's blog has been used to post photos, audio and copy dedicated to giving fans a special insight into his life and career. Throughout the week leading up to the Super Bowl, Roethlisberger will continue this streak.

Athlete 2.0 is an interactive marketing firm based in Cleveland, Ohio. They specialize in Web sites for athletesthat are rich in content and focused on fan interactivity. For more information, please visit
http://www.athlete2.com, email e-mail protected from spam bots or call 216-287-8231.

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Kevin Burgess
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