Yves Béhar FORME Life connected fitness mirror has a built-in weight training system

first_img– Advertisement – Get a complete exercise experience at home with the Yves Béhar FORME Life connected fitness mirror. Offering a built-in weight training system, this home fitness system encompasses all you need to break a sweat. It does so with its hidden resistance system that actually simulates weight. Whether you want to push, pull, or lift, you can do so. This gorgeous piece of equipment blends right into your home. That’s because, when you aren’t using it, its arms fold up and fit behind the smart mirror. Additionally, this smart mirror incorporates a heart rate monitor and ankle strap for even more abilities. Because it stands a full six feet tall, this connected fitness mirror actually displays instructors in almost life size. You’ll feel like you’re getting a one-on-one real-time training session.last_img read more

Brisbane rents rising faster than other mainland capitals

first_img MORE: Top 10 suburbs predicted to boom James Bond-inspired home hits market Broncos chairman sells up in Brisbane Brisbane’s median rent ($435 a week) is lower than not just the combined capitals ($464) but also just below national level too ($436).Brisbane logged the highest rise in rents this past quarter of all mainland capitals, but there’s good news for renters -it’s still cheaper to live here than everywhere else on the East Coast. The latest CoreLogic September 2019 Quarterly Rental Review found Brisbane rents rose 0.3pc in the quarter, bucking a national trend downwards (-0.3pc) with the combined capitals result also going backwards (-0.5pc). 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenQuestions for Millennial home buyers01:41 “The quarterly national decline can be attributed to the decline in rental rates across five of the eight capital cities and slowing growth across the combined regional rental markets,” CoreLogic found.Sydney saw its quarterly change in rents come in at -1pc, while Melbourne (-0.3pc), Perth (-0.4pc), Darwin (0.2pc) and Canberra (-1.1pc) went backwards. Adelaide was the only other mainland capital to rise (0.2pc) while Hobart posted 0.6pc. Change in rents, CoreLogic Quarterly Rental Review, Sept 2019. Source: CoreLogicWhile investors would be heartened by the slow rise in Brisbane, renters don’t have too much to complain about either, with Brisbane’s median rent ($435 a week) sitting lower than not just the combined capitals ($464) but also just below national level too ($436).Median rent for all dwellings in Sydney was highest ($571 a week), Melbourne was on $457, while Canberra was second highest at $538.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus11 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market11 hours agoThe report found that it was rents in the combined regional markets that were seeing higher rises now, posting a 0.3pc quarterly increase. The data also saw the quarterly auction clearance rate come in at its highest rate (69.9pc across 16,730 auctions) since the June 2017 quarter (71.7 per cent) nationally.CoreLogic head of research Tim Lawless said weekly auction clearance rates were also holding within the last seven weeks of the quarter at or above 70 per cent.“The lift in clearance rates highlights a better fit between buyer and seller pricing expectations and some urgency creeping back into the market as a larger pool of buyers compete for a smaller than usual number of homes for sale.” he said.“There is a strong likelihood that advertised stock levels and the number of scheduled auctions will progressively rise as spring progresses and vendor confidence lifts on healthier housing market conditions.” FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOKlast_img read more