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The Good News Show Welcome's Author Latrice Collins Hear All About Her New Book "The Perfect Fit For Careers For Christians"
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Exercise is not a process that needs be eschewed or prevented during pregnancy," says Dr. John Botti, director of maternal-fetal medicine at Penn State Geisinger Health System, who studied the effects of exercise on moderately conditioned pregnant women. "Reasonably performed exercise doesn't appear to cause harm, and may, in fact, have benefits."
The key is finding a reasonable level, and that depends largely on the shape you were in before, the activities your body was comfortable with, and your health during pregnancy. Always check with your doctor or midwife first, but here's food for thought for the novice and the enthusiast, as well as some basic dos and don'ts.
The Novice: Walking and Water Spell R-E-L-I-E-F
"Only 20% to 30% of the population exercises on a regular basis, so the typical pregnant woman hasn't exercised prior to pregnancy," says Bonnie Berk, creator of MOTHERWELL, a pre- and postnatal fitness program offered throughout the United States and abroad.
Still, it's not too late for pregnant women who haven't been consistent exercisers to start now. Although hard data on the value of prenatal exercise isn't as well-documented for unfit women as for fit ones, experts like Berk have seen firsthand the difference that exercise can make, even for couch potatoes.
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"Mind Fit Radio" Season 2, Episode2...Join Ms Masta Foxx "The Energy Whisperer" & Ms Whizdom, "The Mind Fit Team", as they share their views & inspirations about the Body & Mind. Listen & Get Your Mind Stimulated! Episodes are every Sunday @ 9:30pm (PST)
Today my guest, Tanya Stroh stops by to talk about how wonderful it is to finally be in the 50's club and how even more exciting it is to be Fit and Fabulous. Tune in to learn her secrets for looking great now and at any age.
Tanya Stroh, B.S., NSCA, ACE
Tanya is the founder and creator of GetinShapeforFREE.net featuring a “6 Week Shape UP Challenge” with Sequential Progression. This fitness and exercise website is completely Free and available to everyone who has the desire to be fit & healthy. Tanya's philosophy has always been that a fit & healthy lifestyle is a process that you build upon; that’s why her approach to exercise with Sequential Progression is so effective. Tanya’s clients have successfully improved and achieved their health and fitness goals because of this approach. And now with GetinShapeforFREE.net so can YOU!
Tanya has dual national certifications from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and the American Council on Exercise (ACE). She also holds a Bachelor's of Science degree in Education/Physical Education from West Chester University.
As a contributing writer, Tanya is the fitness expert for the "Chester County Women's Journal" and has provided health and wellness articles for several fitness blogs and websites. She has appeared on the NBC10 Nightly News as well as the NBC10 Philadelphia television show “Healthwatch” as a fitness expert. Tanya is a regularly featured fitness guest on the radio shows "Mission Nutrition" and “Wellness 411” which air live and on-line. With her passion for fitness, Tanya has also spoken at numerous charity events, functions and fund raisers.
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New Season Opening Show!!! "Mind Fit Radio" Season 2, Episode 1...Join Ms Masta Foxx "The Energy Whisperer" & Ms Whizdom, "The Mind Fit Team", as they share their views & inspirations about the Body & Mind. Listen & Get Your Mind Stimulated! Episodes are every Sunday @ 9:30pm (PST)
Have you been working on getting healthy but find it to be a struggle? Don’t stop because your breakthrough is right around the corner – it truly is but you need to look at it with a new perspective or fresh eyes. Not sure what I mean? The best way to explain it is to stop and look at how far you’ve come since you first started your journey. For me my “aha” moment really came after my hysterectomy when two weeks after surgery and off the pain medication, I felt good. REALLY GOOD. Three years ago, I would not have been able to write that for you to read but I did notice little breakthroughs throughout my journey.
Having always been active, exercise was not my issue because no matter how “fluffy” I may have been, I always exercised even if it was just to take a walk. The reason exercise has never been my issue is because it keeps my stress in check and it is a part of my day just like everything else on my list. On the other hand, I was not as successful with my eating. Eating correctly and in the right amounts are my issues. As I started training for my first triathlon, I also started completing 5K’s, 10K’s and a half marathon. None of these events had been on my radar before I began my triathlon training but I quickly found that I enjoyed them. What really opened my eyes to what was happening with my body is on the days that I ate well and really paid attention to what I was putting on my plate and ultimately in my body, I performed better whether it was running, biking or even the hour Zumba class. Have you heard that saying “You’re only as good as your last meal?” Nothing could be more true. The better my food choices were, the better my physical level would be. When I ate crap, my physical and energy levels would be poor.
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Getting teenagers to exercise can be a daunting task. After all, with the computer and Internet, television, video games and other sedentary temptations, the idea of getting up and moving around can be less than appealing. However, it is important for teens to exercise. The American Heart Association identifies physical inactivity as risk factor for several health problems - www.teenhelp.com
Today we would like to remind you to to Stay Fit this Summer 2014
This Summer Marquel and I have walked miles thats right we have commited to morning, evening and night walks.
We remind you of the Michele Obama Lets Move Program that we have cited in the past committed to children to keep fit by dancing, eating right , walking , sports, and running etc..
Lets Move...Get Active - Offering parents the tools and information they need to make better decisions about their
children's nutrition. Also working to Improving the accessibility and affordability of healthy foods. Last but not least Physical activity -- increasing opportunities for kids to play and move.
Get your community government involved - Mayors and community leaders can promote physical fitness by working to increase safe routes for kids to walk and ride to school; by revitalizing parks, playgrounds, and community centers; and by providing fun and affordable sports and fitness programs.
Let’s Move! supports the Presidential Active Lifestyle Award (PALA+) challenge, which helps individuals commit to regular physical activity and healthy eating -- and rewards them for it.
A lot of coaches ask themselves that question. I sure hope the answer to the question is yes, because your life is never going to be perfect. As long as you're alive you'll be growing, changing, and evolving, and all of that growth and experience makes you a better coach. It also makes you a more marketable coach. When it comes to coaching, people don't relate to a brand, they relate to a story. You've probably got one.
Guest Matt Pantze, Cross Fit Confidence, joins host Kevin Hunter to describe the new Cross Fit exercise buzz. Matt enjoys challenges, which has driven him to work in the fitness industry. He recognizes that no matter who you are, everybody has to start their fitness somewhere. You just have to start.
For more information about Matt's business Cross Fit Confidence, please visit http://www.crossfitconfidence.com/home.html
Matt has always had a passion for fitness. Before he got his driver’s license, it wasn't uncommon to see Matt riding his bike 5 miles through Joe Town to the gym for a workout. In high school, he played both football & basketball. Following graduation, Matt enlisted into the Minnesota Army National Guard where he served on two deployments to Iraq. Upon return from his most recent deployment, he enrolled in the Health Fitness Specialist program at the Minnesota School of Business, St. Cloud and graduated with an Associates in Applied Science degree. Matt found CrossFit in 2012 and began to train soon after. He says, "The CrossFit community offers a camaraderie that I’ve only seen in the military”. His excitement for CrossFit quickly led him to becoming a Level 1 trained CrossFit Coach in 2013. Outside of coaching CrossFit, Matt enjoys mountain biking, kayaking, volleyball, skydiving, and anything else that involves being outside.
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