1 BR Apt in East Orange, NJ

Robert George | RTG Property Solutions LLC | 609-474-0360
N Oraton Pkwy, East Orange, NJ 07017
1 BR Apt in East Orange
1Bd/1Ba Apartment
$785/mo
Bedrooms 1 Bed
Bathrooms 1 Bath
Lease Duration 1 Year
Deposit $1,178
Pets Policy No Pets Allowed
East Orange

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Unit Features

– Living room – Refrigerator

Contact info:
Robert George
RTG Property Solutions LLC
609-474-0360

Posted: Oct 30, 2015, 2:57pm EDT

2 BR Apt in Newawrk

Robert George | RTG Property Solutions LLC | 609-474-0360
Chancellor Ave, Newark, NJ 07112
Great 2BR Apt Available Now
2Bd/1Ba Apartment
$1,025/mo
Bedrooms 2 Beds
Bathrooms 1 Bath
Parking None
Lease Duration 1 Year
Deposit $1,537
Pets Policy No Pets Allowed
Newark

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Unit Features

– Living room

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Robert George
RTG Property Solutions LLC
609-474-0360

Posted: Oct 30, 2015, 11:59am EDT

Greeat 3 BR House in Bloomfield, NJ


$189,000, 3Bd/1Ba Single Family House, 1103 sqft.

Robert George | RTG Property Solutions LLC | 609-474-0360
70 Elston St, Bloomfield, NJ 07003
Great 3 BR House In Bloomfield
3Bd/1Ba Single Family House
$189,000
Year Built 1940
Sq Footage 1103 sqft.
Bedrooms 3 Beds
Bathrooms 1 Bath
Floors 2
Lot Size 3637 Square Feet
Bloomfield
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Robert George
RTG Property Solutions LLC
609-474-0360
For sale by Agent/Broker

Posted: Oct 30, 2015, 11:25am EDT

2 BR HOuse in Rahway, NJ 07065


$129,600, 2Bd/1Ba Single Family House, 759 sqft.

Robert George | RTG Property Solutions LLC | 609-474-0360
641 W Lincoln Ave, Rahway, NJ 07065
641 W Lincoln Ave Rahway, NJ
2Bd/1Ba Single Family House
$129,600
Year Built 1930
Sq Footage 759 sqft.
Bedrooms 2 Beds
Bathrooms 1 Bath
Floors 1
Parking 1
Laundry None
Lot Size 4500 Square Feet
Rahway
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Robert George
RTG Property Solutions LLC
609-474-0360
For sale by Agent/Broker

Posted: Oct 27, 2015, 2:14pm EDT

4 BR House in Bloomfield, NJ 07003


$135,000, 4Bd/2Ba Single Family House, 2051 sqft.

Robert George | RTG Property Solutions LLC | 609-474-0360
78 Linden Ave, Bloomfield, NJ 07003
78 Linden Ave Bloomfield NJ
4Bd/2Ba Single Family House
$135,000
Year Built 1910
Sq Footage 2051 sqft.
Bedrooms 4 Beds
Bathrooms 2 Baths
Parking 2 Garage
Lot Size 5197 Square Feet
Bloomfield
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Unit Features

– Living room

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Contact info:
Robert George
RTG Property Solutions LLC
609-474-0360
For sale by Agent/Broker

Posted: Oct 27, 2015, 10:40am EDT

2 BR Apt in East Orange, NJ


$950/mo, 2Bd/1Ba Apartment,

Robert George | RTG Property Solutions LLC | 609-474-0360
Bedford St, East Orange, NJ 07018
2 BR Apt in East Orange
2Bd/1Ba Apartment
$950/mo
Bedrooms 2 Beds
Bathrooms 1 Bath
Parking 1 Off street
Lease Duration 1 Year
Deposit $950
Pets Policy No Pets Allowed
Laundry None
East Orange
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Unit Features

– Refrigerator – Wired
Community Features

– Off-street parking

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Contact info:
Robert George
RTG Property Solutions LLC
609-474-0360

Posted: Oct 26, 2015, 11:27am EDT

The Push-Up Test

A DIY Fitness Assessment

  — By Jason Anderson, Certified Personal Trainer
Measuring your fitness level regularly is one way to find out if you’re making progress. Most fitness centers have trained staff who can evaluate your body composition, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, and cardiovascular endurance, but it can be pricey. If you don’t have access to all the toys and tools of your gym, don’t panic. You have everything you need to measure your fitness level in your own house!

The Push-Up Test measures muscular strength and endurance, a combination that better reflects your fitness level than strength tests like the one rep max. Besides being dangerous, single rep max tests also require a lot of equipment (bench press or squat rack, barbells, and other weights). A timed push-up test, on the other hand, can be done anywhere.

Equipment needed: A stop watch or timer that can measure one full minute; a friend to help keep count and time you (optional).

Goal: Do as many push ups as you can in one minute.

Execution: Men will assume a traditional push-up position and females can use the modified push-up position (on knees). When the push ups start, so does the clock! Press yourself up with arms fully extended and lower yourself back until your chest is three inches from the floor (but do not touch your body to the floor). Repeat as many times as you can in one minute. You may rest only in the “up” position if necessary.

What this measures: Strength and endurance in your chest, shoulders, and triceps.

Scoring: Here are the age-adjusted standards based on guidelines published by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM):

Ratings for Men (Full Push Ups), based on Age

 20-29  30-39  40-49  50-59  60+
 Excellent  > 54  > 44 > 39 > 34  > 29
 Good  45-54  35-44  30-39  25-34  20-29
 Average  35-44  24-34  20-29  15-24  10-19
 Poor  20-34  15-24  12-19  8-14  5-9
 Very Poor  < 20  < 15  < 12  < 8  < 5

Ratings for Women (Modified Push Ups), based on Age

20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60+
Excellent >48 >39 >34 >29 >19
Good 34-48 25-39 20-34 15-29 5-19
Average 17-33 12-24 8-19 6-14 3-4
Poor 6-16 4-11 3-7 2-5 1-2
Very Poor < 6 < 4 < 3 < 2 < 1

Maybe you’ll find that you’re doing really well. But even if you weren’t able to do enough reps to register on the chart, that’s OK. Everyone starts somewhere! Just try to improve gradually over time from where you started. Remember, you are looking for improvement in yourself, regardless of what a chart says or how many repetitions someone else can do.

How to improve: To improve your scores in this test, focus on strength training the specific muscles of the chest, shoulders, and triceps. Good exercises that target these muscles include:

How to know its working: When you’re done testing, you can track your results on SparkPeople to keep track of your progress! Over time, you should be able to do more push ups in subsequent assessments. Try to retest yourself every 4-8 weeks.

This test is a great tool to see how you are doing. If you don’t score as well as you like, just remember to focus on improving your own scores periodically. As long as you are improving, your fitness plan is working. If you find you aren’t making the progress that you feel you should be seeing, it may be time to change your workout routine.

Original Post on SparkPeople.com