Recommended quantity and quota of nutritional sales on member cards.

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    Aug 07, 2014 7:24 PM GMT
    So if all the stores which sell suppliments were to combine their records in profiles of their sexy members, how much would the pattern of standards help people with fitness goals? How would a program with that kind of record keeping job opportunity compare to a challenge by owners of prestigious clubs for the criteria on the amount of discounts. Could they even work together?
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    Aug 10, 2014 4:25 AM GMT
    Well, it would largely depend on how those profiles are formatted, and the layout and approach may need to be tailored by specific region and culture. Are you talking about a regional, national or international database? If the pattern of standards aren't organized into a readily recognizable format goal-setting fitness enthusiasts may fail to reap any benefit. In such a scenario discounts, via challenge and otherwise, would be irrelevant. But properly organized they could conceivably work together, particularly if limited to prestige clubs, but it has yet to be proven given the dearth of proprietary algorithms that properly quantify sexy.

    I don't think I could be any more clear. Did I answer your questions to your satisfaction?
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    Aug 10, 2014 8:57 AM GMT
    You have a somewhat analytical scenario. I thought about it more, and you're right about regions because an enthusiast will probably have local influence unless the trainer had a mansion. The kind of prestigious clubs that would set a quota would be LEED certified of course, I'm sure with the protection of the $20,000 a year membership a bit of eye candy is a reasonable expectation from USGBC to the marketplace for access to their clubs based on distribution of nutritious foods. Of course the cashiers may need have have some expertise in fitness for profile accuracy because of metabolic rates and the assistance if a record isn't healthy for individuals may still be a priviledge to people who are involved in the community.
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    Aug 10, 2014 5:39 PM GMT
    Analytics are paramount in terms of manipulating to maximum affect the dual influence of attractive greet staff and nutrient distribution. Still, I maintain that one simply can't set a blanket quota on member cards as there are too many variables including but not limited to the subjectiveness of eye candy, member credit scores, and the franchising and licensing requirements of any given club. Of these, there's only a proven correlation between credit scores and membership fees; local regulations as to cashier aptitude may also apply. Therefore I submit that standard patterns cannot be optimally set to help members with their fitness goals rendering the cost of custom patternizing prohibitive. You yourself brought up trainer liquidity.
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    Aug 10, 2014 7:02 PM GMT
    Okay. So the record could be kept but a member check up could only be administered if the pattern starts to falter. In other words, card usage tracking to beef up the skinny people and educate the fat people for a store's access to USGBC happy hour.
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    Aug 10, 2014 7:19 PM GMT
    Oh and I know the USGBC says they offer protections and the possibility of getting by in this world with lying business owners accusing customers of forgery, but don't try that excuse to give someone an ecofriendly cab make over from a blank check, it didn't work. The teller probably will have ypu arrested instead of just saying no.
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    Aug 11, 2014 2:14 AM GMT
    Rakequiescent saidThe teller probably will have ypu arrested instead of just saying no.


    Lol! Everyone knows ecofriendly cab beauticians only take cash given upticks in IRS activity so USGBC protections have yet to be invalidated. I propose random member check ups since patterns can't be optimized for credible efficiency. Further, the profitability of happy hour remains unquantifiable so long as cashiers decline recredentialing.
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    Aug 11, 2014 4:48 AM GMT
    eagermuscle said
    Rakequiescent saidThe teller probably will have ypu arrested instead of just saying no.


    Lol! Everyone knows ecofriendly cab beauticians only take cash given upticks in IRS activity so USGBC protections have yet to be invalidated. I propose random member check ups since patterns can't be optimized for credible efficiency. Further, the profitability of happy hour remains unquantifiable so long as cashiers decline recredentialing.


    No, the reports ought to be consistent to get the estimate of consumption as near to the truth as possible. And you're right the cashiers may not be dutiful if they've worked at a buy and sell thrift shop.
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    Aug 11, 2014 4:59 PM GMT
    I concede your point but maintain that methodology's still too inexact; what others might you suggest as adjuncts to increase epidemiological accuracy?