• 00:49

    Families Matter Show - Cheerleading

    in Family

    Join the Families Matter show hosts VS Grenier, Irene Roth & Kecia Burcham November 28, 2012 at 6pm EST - 5pm CDT - 4pm MDT - 3pm PST
    This month the hosts will be talking about high school cheerleading along with the dangers involved with this popluar sport many school districts do not have classified under the sport catagory and therefore the popper safeguards are not in place to keep these teens safe during practice and events.
    The parents along with the media are calling for reform. Learn more at the following links.
    To learn more about the Families Matter hosts and The World of Ink Network visit http://worldofinknetwork.com
    You can also follow us on our Families Matter blog http://familiesmatter2us.blogspot.com

  • 00:59

    Cheerleading: The True Story Behind The Cheers

    in Sports

    Go! Go! Fight! Win!

    Cheers like this are being heard across North America as a new football season will  soon be upon us. The cheerleaders dancing at the sidelines are as much a part of the game as the referee.

    According to a report, almost 95,200 female students take part in high school cheerleading annually, along with about 2,150 males. College participation numbers are hard to find since cheerleading is not classified as an NCAA sport.
    Cheerleaders are more likely to get hurt in a formation, than players getting tackled in football. There were more than 20,000 bumps, bruises, scrapes and even worse, severe, injuries last year. Some of the more serious injuries have included concussions, spinal cord injuries and broken limbs. High school cheerleading accounted for 65.1 percent of all catastrophic sports injuries among high school females over the past 25 years. Injuries are up 55% over last years statistics. Hear about what it’s like to cheer - along with the physical, emotional and scheduling demands that go the world of cheerleading. Professional cheerleader and Chiropractor Andria Hoda is LIVE with us in conversation on Wednesday July 17th @ 7PM EST at BEYONDtheCheers on blogtalkradio. Dial-in TOLL FREE 1-877-357-2448 in Canada and United States to ask a question, or email in advance.

  • 00:45

    The Secret World of Competitive Cheerleading

    in Comedy

    James and Benjy talk to Becky Astphan about being a competitive cheerleader.

    Follow @MaddogMattern @TheBestOfBS @rastphan and @standupnylabs Use promo code LUST at www.StandUpNY.com for 2-for-1 tickets to Stand Up NY. Visit www.StandUpNYLabs.com to listen to all our other great podcasts.

  • 00:30

    Teen Bullying, Suicide, and Electronic Tools to Combat Them

    in Youth

    On December 3, 12-year-old Ronin Shimizu, a former 6th grader enrolled at Folsom Middle School, committed suicide after schoolmates had bullied him for being a cheerleader.

    According to the CDC, suicide is the third leading cause of death among young people, resulting in about 4,400 deaths per year. 
    Bully victims are between 2 to 9 times more likely to consider suicide than non-victims, according to studies by Yale University. 
    A study in Britain found that at least half of suicides among young people are related to bullying
    10 to 14 year old girls may be at even higher risk for suicide, according to the study above
    According to statistics reported by ABC News, nearly 30 percent of students are either bullies or victims of bullying, and 160,000 kids stay home from school every day because of fear of bullying

    Anonymous Alerts® is a tool which enables students to quickly report bullying, cyberbullying, depression, family problems, drug and alcohol abuse, gang-related issues, sexual harassment, guns/weapons in schools, theft/vandalism or unusual student behavior which may warrant immediate attention by school officials. The system is simple and secure for students and school officials.

    Join us as we discuss these issues and more.

  • 02:56

    Miss Utah - Amy Morgan Davis 2004 TBI Thriver - Dream Catchers Les Paul

    in Motivation

    Amy Davis lay unconscious on the Weber State University stadium track with a serious brain injury from a cheerleading stunt that went awry. Amy Morgan Davis is currently attending the University of Utah, pursuing a Master’s Degree in Music/Piano Performance. She is a member of The Ladies In Red, a piano performing quartet which supports the U of U Outreach Program. Amy has volunteered much of her time toward teaching piano to under privileged students in this after school music program. Following her year as Miss Utah, Amy continued to be an advocate to provide help for patients with traumatic brain injuries. She also was the spokesperson for the Brain Injury Association of America. Amy spoke to Congress in Washington D.C. and traveled across the country as the keynote speaker at numerous conferences on behalf of brain injury survivors. As a survivor of a TBI, she used music as a tool to help with her recovery. Amy won the Lifestyle/Fitness in Swimsuit competition at the Miss America pageant and was also presented the Presidential Service Award for the State of Utah. In 2007, she won first runner up to Miss Utah USA. As a professional actress, Amy has filmed on camera with numerous companies including RC Willey, Ivory Homes, DoTerra, Nordic Track, Nuriche, Novum Homes, Comcast, Disney, and has been the spokesperson for over 50 websites. She was also the piano hands in High School Musical III and most recently was the featured pianist in Alex Boye's music video by Adele, "Set Fire to the Rain". Amy attended school with the BYU Study Abroad program in Paris, France. She also completed cosmetology school through Taylor Andrews Academy of Hair Design in 2007 and now operates Center Stage Salon in NSL. Amy has been featured in numerous television advertisements and has interviewed and performed on Good Morning America, The Today Show, and Inside Edition.

  • 01:22

    KNICKS TALK: For Tha Ride Or Die Fan

    in Sports



    Co HOST STAFF Ms Knickstape,Guru,Bow Tie,Cheerleading Tackler, and King of Queens.


    Changing The Culture is a Uphill Battle

    Fisher disappointed by Knicks' effort against Thunder 

    JR Not Filling the Void in Melo Absense

    Knicks Streaky Shouting 

    Melo Injury Is it better he takes his time?

    Are Knicks Fans Prepared for a semi rebuilding season? 


  • 02:03

    Marni Ali live on MyRealTalkRadio

    in Pop Culture

    Celebrating Over 100 Episodes!

    Hosts: Jamel, Derrick Dwayne and Flash Gotti

    #MyRealTalkRadio Interviews Singer/Songwriter: Marni Ali 

    Marnet "Marni" Ali, was born and raised in the Atlantic City, New Jersey Area. Marni discovered her talent abilities around the age of six. She participated in dance, drama, gymnastics, cheerleading & various other activities. Out of all of her talents and hobbies she loved singing the most. She discovered her singing talent while singing around the house and it became her undeniable passion. She performed in local plays and musicals. In her teen yrs. she became very rebellious and chose to live a lifestyle of sex, drugs & murder. She started dating Atlantic City's Kingpin Midgett Molley in 1988/89. She had a wake up call in 1989 when she got into a serious car accident and miraculously survived. Shortly after Midgett Molley was taken into custody & sentenced to 20 yrs. in prison. By 1991 she accepted Jesus as her Lord and Savior. Still interested in pursuing her passion to sing and becoming a recording artist she jumped from singing group to singing group and finally ended up with a singing partner. They became an urban R&B singing duo. They signed under "Darkchild Productions" with Freddie and Rodney Jerkins. In 1996 Rodney named the duo the "Shortiz" and they signed an exclusive recording contract with "Def Jam Records NYC". Shortly after that Marni received news that she had a celebrity sister, Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas of the Grammy winning group "TLC". Marni & Chilli appeared on the "Sally Jesse Raphael Show" in 1996. In 1998 due to artistic differences the recording contract with Darkchild/Def Jam Records was mutually dissolved. 



  • 02:03

    KNICKS TALK: Should JR Taking the Last Shot?

    in Sports



    Co HOST STAFF Ms Knickstape,Guru,Bow Tie,Cheerleading Tackler, and King of Queens.


    Should JR passed the ball to Melo on the final shot.

    Does Fisher need to draw up a better last shot to get Melo the ball?

    The Knicks struggles in the Triangle

    What does this season mean ?

  • 02:02


    in Sports


    Co HOST STAFF Ms Knickstape,Guru,Bow Tie,Cheerleading Tackler, and King of Queens.


    Recapping: Knicks 96 Hornets 93,Wizards 98 Knicks 83,and Piston 98 Knicks 95.


    Are The Knicks Going Away from Triangle Offense ?

    Was JR Smith Suspension the right call by the NBA?

    Trade Rumors KOBE/COPE Future Knicks

    Coach Fisher Doing a Good Job




  • 02:11


    in Sports


    Co HOST STAFF Ms Knickstape,Guru,Bow Tie,Cheerleading Tackler, and King of Queens.


    Recapping the Bulls game and Cavs game

  • 01:00

    Selling in a Skirt with Success, Wisdom & Life Balance

    in Women

    Selling in a Skirt with Judy Hoberman with her guest Jennifer Martin & Janelle Alex

    Jennifer Martin’s work as a Zest Business Consultant, an EMyth Certified Business Coach, and Professional Speaker draws on her 25+ years of business experience helping organizations large and small make millions of dollars. She’s had solid history of success working with large companies in many different industries (Clear Channel Communications, Union Pacific Railroad, 7-Eleven Stores, CompUSA, etc.) as well as solopreneurs and small to medium sized businesses. She has owned and operated several businesses including a retail store, a restaurant and catering business, a publishing company, and a real estate investment and property management firm. So in addition to her big business experience, she knows first hand the joys, challenges, and stresses of operating a small business. 

    Janelle has had a deep devotion to empower women most of her life.  In her early entrepreneurial years, she supported, taught and guided young women/girls toward becoming strong, powerful, compassionate, playful and confident women through dance.  She also inspired the handful of young men that she taught too.  In fact, in the mid-1990s Janelle was listed in the Who's Who of Women's Small Business Owners.  She is adamant that both our women and men need to be empowered and educated to support one another, their global brothers and sisters, animals, nature and the planet.

    Yet, believe it or not she was terribly shy as a child.  She first began taking dance lessons at just 3-years-old and that certainly helped increase her confidence.  But, it wasn't until the year that she became an assistant dance/tumbling teacher and earned a spot on the cheerleading squad in school that she began to come out of her fear of public speaking.  She was just 13-years-old.

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