‘Rhythmica’ arrives on DVD
NEW YORK — A new cardio dance workout is being released on DVD from Gaiam.
"Rhythmica," which stars NYC Crunch fitness instructor Marc Santa Maria, combines results-driven workouts with the latest dance techniques to create a truly unique exercise experience, Gaiam said. "Rhythmic"a offers three 20-minute workouts, including the Get Fit House Party, Latin Dance Mix and Hip-Hop Fat Burn routines.
Rhythmica will this week at Target stores and wherever DVDs are sold.
‘Detox Flow Yoga’ arrives on DVD
NEW YORK — Gaiam announced the release of Seane Corn’s "Detox Flow Yoga" DVD.
The DVD stars Corn, a renowned yoga instructor, which introduces users to poses that improve circulation and digestion, build strength, and help lose weight, the company said. The DVD features two Vinyasa practices, along with a bonus downloadable practice, including a 30-minute Twist and Flow routine, a 60-minute Purify routine a 10-minute Core Energy bonus routine.
"Detox Flow Yoga" has a run time of 90 minutes and will be available in stores and online with a suggested retail price of $14.98.
A&P takes key step toward completing financial restructuring
MONTVALE, N.J. — Bankrupt grocer A&P has announced that the Locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union have ratified modifications to the collective bargaining agreements with the company — a key step toward completing the company’s financial restructuring.
“This agreement with our labor unions marks a significant milestone in our turnaround efforts,” stated Sam Martin, A&P’s president and CEO. “I want to thank our associates for their steadfast commitment to serving our customers throughout this process. As we position the company to emerge from Chapter 11 early next year with a much stronger financial and operating foundation, we intend to continue making operational and service improvements to further enhance the value and in-store experience we provide to our customers.”
The agreement with A&P’s labor unions is consistent with and contemplated by the previously announced joint financing commitment from The Yucaipa Cos., Mount Kellett and investment funds managed by Goldman Sachs Asset Management. The bankruptcy court granted approval of the investment agreement on Nov. 14, contingent upon successful resolution of the company’s negotiations with its labor unions.
A&P and its subsidiaries filed Chapter 11 in December 2010.