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Old 03-09-18, 09:02 AM
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How often do you cycling to fit yourself?

Vì sao các nhà kinh doanh chọn đầu tư vào BĐS Đà Nẵng?

Đà Nẵng không chỉ hấp dẫn khách du lịch, mà còn thu hút nhà đầu tư bởi thị trường bất động sản tiềm năng. Vì sao vậy?

Thị trường BĐS Đà Nẵng hiện nay có những chuyển biến mạnh mẽ, thu hút sự quan tâm của các nhà đầu tư trong và ngoài nước. Chính hoạt động Mua bán đất Đà Nẵng mới nhất gần đây đă tạo nên sự sôi động, là nền tảng cho sự phát triển và xuất hiện của nhiều dự án mới. Và không chỉ có mua bán, các hoạt động khác trong ngành BĐS ở Đà Nẵng đều có xu hướng tăng trưởng liên tục. Vậy vì sao Đà Nẵng có sức hút đối với các nhà đầu tư như vậy?

Thị trường BĐS Đà Nẵng hiện nay

Trong năm 2017 vừa qua, hoạt động giao dịch trên thị trường BĐS ở Đà Nẵng có sự tăng trưởng liên tục và cao hơn hẳn so với những năm trước rất nhiều. Các phân khúc thị trường BĐS Đà Nẵng đều có mức tăng trưởng ổn định, đồng đều. Điều này giúp cho hoạt động đầu tư của các nhà kinh doanh đúng đắn, và trở nên “dễ thở” hơn so với trước.



Condotel – hình thức BĐS mới nổi ở Đà Nẵng

Sự đa dạng trong hoạt động kinh doanh BĐS ở Đà Nẵng được thể hiện rất rõ. Các hình thức thuê và cho thuê, bán đất Đà Nẵng, hay kinh doanh đều có mặt và phát triển mạnh ở thành phố biến. Đặc biệt hình thức BĐS căn hộ khách sạn - Condotel xuất hiện ở Đà Nẵng và trở thành một phần khúc thị trường mới, siêu “hot”. Đây là mô hình tích hợp giữa kinh doanh BĐS, vừa có chức năng của căn hộ để ở. Lợi ích của kiểu kinh doanh này mang đến cho nhà đầu tư rất lớn, vì thế mô hình này đang dần chiếm lĩnh thị trường.

Vì sao các nhà đầu tư BĐS chọn Đà Nẵng?

Nằm ở mảnh đất miền Trung, nhưng Đà Nẵng lại được thiên nhiên ưu đãi với vị trí tự lưng vào núi, mặt giáp với biển. Thành phố này còn có nhiều địa điểm tham quan hấp dẫn, có nhiều cảnh đẹp, hệ thống giao thông thuận tiện và nhiều chính sách mở cửa. Đó chính là những gì mà nhà đầu tư BĐS nhận thấy được ở Đà Nẵng, từ đó tiến hành đầu tư vào thị trường này. Đây là thị trường mới dậy sóng nên quỹ đất thổ cư, đất nền vẫn c̣n rất nhiều, bạn có thể tham khảo thông tin tại: https://vi-vn.facebook.com/muabandat...aidananggiare/

- Tiềm năng du lịch

Đà Nẵng có nhiều cảnh quan tự nhiên, nhân tạo tuyệt đẹp và những bãi biển trong xanh, trải dài. Bên cạnh đó, nơi đầy còn có kiểu khí hậu giao thao giữa hai miền, với tiết trời đẹp, không quá nóng hay quá lạnh. Chính điều này đã mang đến tiềm năng du lịch đặc biệt cho mảnh đất này. Mỗi năm, có tới hàng triệu lượt khách du lịch trong nước và quốc tế tới thăm Đà Nẵng. Đây chính là cơ hội, là điều kiện thúc đẩy sự phát triển của thị trường BĐS ở Đà Nẵng.



Với tiềm năng du lịch lớn, kinh doanh BĐS ở Đà Nẵng sẽ dễ dàng hơn

Hệ thống giao thông hiện đại

Để kết nối các điểm đến, và giúp cho hoạt động di chuyển của khách du lịch tốt hơn, hệ thống giao thông ở Đà Nẵng luôn được chú trọng đầu tư xây dựng. Chính cơ sở vật chất và hạ tầng giao thông chất lượng, đã nâng cao giá trị cho các dự án BĐS. Trong tương lai sẽ có thêm nhiều quy hoạch mới, giúp cho hệ thống các tuyến đường ở Đà Nẵng được nâng cấp, từ đó mang đến lợi ích cho các nhà kinh doanh trong lĩnh vực BĐS.

Chính sách mở cửa cho hoạt động BĐS

Thành phố Đà Nẵng hiện nay đang đưa ra nhiều chính sách mở cửa và hỗ trợ đầu tư, từ đó có sự tác động rất lớn tới BĐS. Vì thế, các nhà đầu tư đã chủ động đầu tư xây dựng các căn hộ, khách sạn, cũng như tiến hành các hoạt động mua đất, xây và bán nhà Đà Nẵng,… để kinh doanh. Bên cạnh đó, thành phố Đà Nẵng cũng có cơ chế quản lý rất tốt, tạo điều kiện cho hoạt động BĐS phát triển.

Với những tiềm năng lớn như vậy thì Đà Nẵng chính là thành phố để các nhà đầu tư BĐS lựa chọn. Và hoạt động BĐS Đà Nẵng sẽ có được những bước tiến mới trong tương lai. Để cập nhật tin tức thị trường bất động sản cũng như những bài phân tích về tiềm năng của thị trường này tại: https://tinbatdongsan247.net/ban-dat-da-nang-3.html

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Old 03-09-18, 09:14 AM
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To fit myself, well, I've got a lot of room right now but hope to trade myself in for a smaller size.

I normally ride 5 or more times a week to keep fit when the weather's nice. If not, I have a trainer I can put the bike on, but lately I've been a bit lazy about using it.
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Old 03-09-18, 11:46 AM
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cycling for fitness? vs bike fitting..

Original title is Rather ambiguous use of the language; ESL?
bike fitting, how you are choosing your parts selection, in relation to the bike you have.

is separate from ..cycling for fitness, which is the effort you put out going somewhere..

I assume you mean fitness..

you can commute, run errands or just go sightseeing on your bicycle , all help.

just don't get hit.. that is not going to help your health..






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Old 03-09-18, 11:49 AM
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I am on my bike most days, usually 6 days out of 7. If I'm off the bike for more than 3 days, I can feel the loss of fitness.
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I try daily except when I am traveling.
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I ride every day, but specifically for fitness a long ride during the weekend (when it's not winter), and maybe a couple of times during the week. I've sort of segregated it now, running purely for fitness (4 or 5 times per week) and riding for mostly other reasons (about 100 miles per week)
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I bike to work 3-4 days a week, with a weekend ride or two. Although I enjoy it, my main goal is fitness
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I try to ride every other day.
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Every day except Mondays. I keep that open for appointments and bike maintenance day. Usually ride 250 to 300 miles/week.
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ride 5-6 days a week. helps for weight loss, fitness and keep my blood sugar in check
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I generally try to get out at least 5 days a week, even in the winter unless weather/roads are really bad. Although, don't do my "long" ride in the winter. Day after long ride in the spring through the fall is usually lawn mowing day. I've cut down on lawn mowing needs by not putting down fertilizer and not watering it. My yard looks awful but saves me some time during peak riding season
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3x per week.
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5 days a week . For phyisical and mental health, and just plain fun.KB
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2-3 days a week, except in summer when I ride 1 day. 2-3 days a week in the gym, except in summer when it goes to 4-5.
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Grocery shopping almost every day from 3 to 10 miles round trip.

Actual ride after kitting-up usually 3/week with an occasional 4th ride.
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A few times a week. About 400 miles a month, between recreational rides and errands.
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I don't think of cycling as exercise, because exercise sucks and takes away the real purpose of our fantastic freedom machines.
I ride everyday that I don't have to worry about ice on the ground. The car doesn't get much use from late February until early November.
If I rode to be fit, that would ruin the experience.
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I usually don't go into bike-fitting. I have the bikes I got and adjust the handlebars and seats to fit me. And once it's done that's it.

For cycling, I go out everyday because I don't want to use my car when my bike can do the job.
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I try for 100 miles/week - rollers and road miles. Wisconsin winter is mostly rollers.
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For fitness I run, depends on what shift I am on but aim for 30-40 miles per week. It's really helped my fitness. I didn't notice much difference when I started adding cycling into the mix, but I don't do it as much and typically just in the warmer months.
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I don't think of cycling as exercise, because exercise sucks and takes away the real purpose of our fantastic freedom machines.
I ride everyday that I don't have to worry about ice on the ground. The car doesn't get much use from late February until early November.
If I rode to be fit, that would ruin the experience.
I started because I wanted exercise. I've done other stuff over the years and it was never sustainable because it was work and it sucked. Started riding the bike and immediately saw benefit to my high cholesterol and blood pressure (all normal range numbers now.) I haven't lost a lick of weight because of cycling. Lost 40 lb. from eating better, but then fell out of that and gained it back.

Then I got divorced. And friendships started coming back to me. And I started going on 60-70 mile weekend rides and every now and then 25-30 mile after work rides. I use to ride 12 miles on the Allegheny River Trail for the exercise. I try to ride every day I can, but I find myself doing that less and less since I now have time to cook for myself (wife always had dinner ready every night), I have to leave my little crap-hole place to do laundry for hours, stuff like that. I went on my first 5 day trip last year that was so awesome I went with the same people 2 weeks later for 7 days. Now all I think about is going out on the weekends and riding 60+ miles with friends and week long trips in the summer. The daily rides tapered down to nearly nothing last year. It's no longer about exercise. It's about the riding, about the touring, and mostly about getting together with great friends and having a great time vs. being at home after an hour riding and getting berated and screamed at by someone who became a completely different person than I once loved.

I do have a daily destination now. Use to drive to the trail and ride for an hour or just ride a couple circle routes around the house but mostly on gravel. Now I love to pack up dinner and ride out to the lake from where I'm now at to eat then ride home after eating and watching the water fowl for an hour.
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Greatstory and good to hear things are looking better after your divorce. My ex would never like the idea of me having fun without her(but she never wanted to do any of the active things I wanted todo) I love the longer rides and actually taking trips versus just ridingto ride but I find I have less opportunity now to get away as I have my sonsolo (and no local friends or family to take him), so mostly just shorter tripsfor me for a few more years except for when he spends a day at his friends orsomething, and even then not like I can get away for a week or even few days despite having aweek off every 5 weeks (I work a shift rotation) plus a couple/few 3 week and 2week breaks in summer. Having friends that ride would be great, I don't have a single friend that rides bike, and only 1 that runs (we do a long run together every week or two).



Aboutlosing weight though... I lost the most amount of weight per time period not byexercising or changes in diet, but when I started cutting my own firewood toheat my home actually. It's a lot of work! Saved lots of money compared topropane and much more satisfying! Running took me down a little more & now just keeps me around where I am at.






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I started because I wanted exercise. I've done other stuff over the years and it was never sustainable because it was work and it sucked. Started riding the bike and immediately saw benefit to my high cholesterol and blood pressure (all normal range numbers now.) I haven't lost a lick of weight because of cycling. Lost 40 lb. from eating better, but then fell out of that and gained it back.

Then I got divorced. And friendships started coming back to me. And I started going on 60-70 mile weekend rides and every now and then 25-30 mile after work rides. I use to ride 12 miles on the Allegheny River Trail for the exercise. I try to ride every day I can, but I find myself doing that less and less since I now have time to cook for myself (wife always had dinner ready every night), I have to leave my little crap-hole place to do laundry for hours, stuff like that. I went on my first 5 day trip last year that was so awesome I went with the same people 2 weeks later for 7 days. Now all I think about is going out on the weekends and riding 60+ miles with friends and week long trips in the summer. The daily rides tapered down to nearly nothing last year. It's no longer about exercise. It's about the riding, about the touring, and mostly about getting together with great friends and having a great time vs. being at home after an hour riding and getting berated and screamed at by someone who became a completely different person than I once loved.

I do have a daily destination now. Use to drive to the trail and ride for an hour or just ride a couple circle routes around the house but mostly on gravel. Now I love to pack up dinner and ride out to the lake from where I'm now at to eat then ride home after eating and watching the water fowl for an hour.
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I ride everyday, sometime twice and even three times. Today I rode at lunch, 21miles outdoors, then I taught class, indoor cycling later in the afternoon. So there is twice. I think I am hooked. It makes you feel good about yourself and feels great.
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