You should really see what I handed in. It was due last night so I didnt get a chance to read most of your responses. I guess I must really be in Kindergarten since I got a 48/50 on this.
The dictionary defines economy as “Careful, thrifty management of resources, such as money, materials, or labor”.
I read an article on the 4" Nautilus Economy Weight Lifting Belt. It is a good choice for many people. Economically speaking you would save a lot of money buying this belt.
I think that the economic conditiong of buying things like this is interesting. Sure the quality of the belt may be slightly worse buy it is a great economic choice and you save a bundle.
I would have to say that I definitely agree with the article to a certain point. Yes it is a good economic choice. But you must think what is more important, price or quality.
The Economic Weight Lifting belt would be a good choice for a lot of lifters, but there are quite a few that would be better off buying something more expensive because they need something of higher quality.
This belt is only $25.00 dollars, but I actually opted for the worse economic choice and spent $80.00 on my belt.
Of coarse the author is going to be bias because he is trying to sell it. It really would not make any sense for it to be other way. The company he is writing for just cares about the money they make and not about true quality.
My opinion is that this issue is very important. Everybody wants to make good economic choices and save money. This is why this is so important. Many people need a quality belt and are on a limited income and this is the way to go. This is very important because injuries can occur and they need a belt.