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Evan Dollard is an amazing guy. He lost his mother to cancer at an early age and is now living his life in her honor. He is just a solid guy and a Ninja's Ninja. Between his good-natured humor, and his "Ninja Quickies," Evan is always a total bro!
In PART 2 of Evan's interview, he discusses some major life changes where he had to be strong and follow his heart. This reminds us of other Ninja stories we've heard in the past including the one and only Dr. Matt Iseman who joined us for episode 2 of the wpnp. Evan is a stand up guy and a real friend to all the Ninjas. He is also one of the veterans who has been around for many years. AND, he was an AMERICAN GLADIATOR!
There is quite a bit to say about Evan as an athlete. From his success on The American Gladiator reboot wherein he won and was invited back--as a gladiator this time--to become "The Rocket" to his success on American Ninja Warrior, Team Ninja Warrior and then hosting NBC's Spartan Race show most recently. Evan wants to inspire others to chase their dreams and not waste their lives away doing something that they don't love. He learned a lot from watching his mother slowly lose a battle to cancer. He and his family had to be close and the experience was a powerful one. Evan reflects on this pain and the growth that came out of it and shares the lessons of that growth.
Evan is quick to make fun of himself in a funny, off-beat "I'm too sexy for my shirt" kind of way. But he doesn't mean it. He has a very thin surface that he sheds quickly when discussing important matters, and when it comes to competing, he is all in.
Thanks so much for being that smart funny and handsome Ninja, Evan! Your mother would be so proud of you!
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This is I.T. (Inconvenient Truth)!!! – Physical with InterX
We have a special guest tonight who will discuss physical therapy along with nutrition. Having physical therapy should include more than the physical aspect of regaining mobility back in your life. It should also include knowing what nutrients your body needs, how much sleep you should have in order to heal properly along with having realistic expectations of the length of time it takes your body to recover from injury.
Is Interx the same as tens/sts/calmare?
What conditions does it help?
Are there any contraindications?
I've heard it is a cross between eastern and western medicine, how so?
What do I need to have in order to get treatment? (Doctor order from who)
What is a typical treatment protocol?
What can I expect to experience during treatment?
What does it feel like?
Does it hurt or will my pain/symptoms increase?
Can I continue on medications?
How long does it take for me to know if the treatment is working?
Is this an invasive treatment?
The Fort Worth Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology Coalition recently opened the first community-supported AYA oncology inpatient unit in the nation. Dr. Karen Albritton (Medical Director) and Justin Ozuna (Director of Communications and Community Engagement) join us to discuss this game-changing unit and unique young adult-related services provided. Survivor Spotlight on young adult Hodgkin's Lymphoma survivor Erica Campbell.
Each week Doctors Eley and Gofourth discuss current health news and noteworthy studies, and their impact on our health. Our emphysis is primarily wellness based health care. How to get well and stay well and avoid those things that make us unwell. Optimal health, which includes optimal cell function, can be created by eating well, moving well, and thinking well. Altered cell function occurs when you cells are exposed to toxins or they are deficient in what they require. When your cells are toxic and deficient their function is altered and your body adapts via the stress response which adversely effects your health. Tune in to todays show for a discussion on toxicity, deficiency, stress and optimal health.
If you're trying to lose weight, flatten your stomach or tone up, then you don't wanna miss this broadcast. I'm be teaching you how to and the importance of ACCEPTING it (you'll learning what "it" is during the broadcast), while you're trying to achieve your fitness goals.
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Feeling less than motivated all too often? I do. Well, perhaps not too often. But sometimes I just feel really lazy and unmotivated.
Want some practical solutions to that universal motivation-problem? Here are 25 of them. Try a handful.
Let me know which ones work well for you.
I’m sure you’ll find at least one or two that do just that among these suggestions.
1. Make a deal with yourself. Good for overcoming procrastination and getting things done. You can make the deal small or large. You simple tell yourself something like: When I’m done with this chapter/these reports I can take a walk in the park and enjoy an ice-cream.
2. Act like it. If you don’t feel motivated or enthusiastic then act like it. The strange thing is that within a few minutes you actually start to feel motivated or enthusiastic for real.
Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Dr. Pavel Klein will discuss the benefits of a ketogenic diet for managing epilepsy and diabetes.
Dr. Pavel Klein, MD, is the founder and director of the Mid-Atlantic Epilepsy and Sleep Center in Bethesda, MD. He is a former instructor at Harvard and Georgetown Universities and developer of a meal program designed to prevent, and treat, type 2 diabetes. Dr. Klein’s clinical research includes novel treatments of epilepsy, dietary treatments of epilepsy in adults, prevention of epilepsy after traumatic brain injury, the effect of sex and stress hormones on epilepsy, and women with epilepsy. Dr. Klein has published more than 30 peer-reviewed articles and contributed chapters to several books on epilepsy.
Our guest, Paula Tursi wears a few “hats”, she is a teacher of Yoga and Meditation, she offers spiritual counseling and she is the Founder and Director of Reflections Center for Conscious Living. As she tells us, "My work seems to center around teaching people how to see themselves as whole….again. I use Yoga with a big Y,meditation and hypnosis to help people locate the parts of them that they have orphaned or shamed in some way and bring them back on board as useful pars of themselves". While Paula had been practicing yoga since she was a young girl, she went to college and studied Psychology, going for her PHD at Columbia University when she veered off to, "study the science of Yoga more deeply”. She discovered that yoga had a better affect on people than any of the theories that she had been studying. She continues, "the thing is all the parts have to be practiced. You can’t just do postures or just meditate….this work is truly a mind body and soul practice. It addresses the totality of who we are”.
Join Us on Next Saturday for a discussion on Men and Health!!!!. (Part 2). What is God's Plan? with Special Guest Evangelist Tony Gordan of TGO International .Men need to pay more attention to their health. Compared to women, men are more likely to Smoke and drink make unhealthy or risky choices, put off regular checkups and medical care. There are also health conditions that only affect men, such as prostate cancer and low testosterone. Many of the major health risks that men face - like colon cancer or heart disease - can be prevented and treated with early diagnosis, exercise and a healthy diet. Today we will discuss Men’s Health and God’s Plan.
Zach has always lived a life unscripted, chasing adventure and longing to travel this world’s far corners. A diagnosis with Type 1 Diabetes in 2013 did little to dampen his spirit. Though diabetes can be physically and emotionally demanding, Zach refuses to be held back by his diagnosis and continues to travel, chasing waves, following bands and living life on his own terms. Through Travelbetic, Zach hopes to challenge the stereotypes about type 1 diabetes and inspire others to overcome life’s obstacles and lead a healthy life through travel and adventure as well as raise awareness about type 1 diabetes and debunk common myths surrounding the disease.
Through his blog, Travelbetic.com, Zach challenges common misconceptions about the limitations diabetes places on an individual and offers encouragement and tips for other diabetics to get out into the world and challenge themselves and their personal limits. Zach believes adventure has a healing power far greater than any traditional medicine. Adventure trains us to expect and accept mishaps and manage risk, it teaches us that shortcomings and tremendous challenges are inevitable and helps us to feel less victimized by our situation.
One look at the myriad of nutrition and fitness shows on BlogTalkRadio and you'll see we're one of the healthiest sites on the Web! Our community regards health as a top priority, because we know the key to a higher quality of life is a combination of the right foods, regular exercise and quality medical care. Listen as the world's leading physicians, researchers, personal trainers and nutritionists discuss the latest health news, including trendy diets and those with staying power. Find accountability partners in listeners following HCG, Atkins, Body for Life, Nutrisystems, Weight Watchers, the blood type diet, juice fasts and cleanses. Get off the couch with personal trainers, fitness instructors and therapists who'll keep you motivated all year. Total health also includes managing stress, increasing your brainpower, fertility treatments and the best herbal remedies and supplements, so turn to our experts in holistic healing, biofeedback and alternative medicine, too.
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