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Talking about fitness and exercise for the regular everyday individual or non-athlete(s) who seeks to stay fit through exercise. Also, discussing the role of exercise and conditioning to sharpen competitive athletes in preparation for athletic competition.
Disclaimer: Information shared on this program is my opinion. Any information shared is based on my experience and or training identified by my areas of certification. I will not provide instructions or training in areas I am not experience, or certified. I may share information from researched articles or from the web.
Before following any information provided on this show pertaining to exercise program/s, and or fitness and health make sure you first consult with your doctor and get clearance. Again always Check with your doctor to be sure you are healthy to exercise.
Aubrey Shomo just completed a ten day Hunger Strike at the Colorado State Capitol, resulting in the investigation of her wire recording of Dan Shearer from Boulder County Mental Health admitting to covering up abuse and coercing a no contest plea against her, while suggesting he was following the orders of his employer. The State is convening an investigation committee in the Executive Branch. Aubrey Shomo calls in and gives updates!
Do you have a report from the field? Want to be part of the show? (267)521-0167 . . . you don't have to be mad to call in - but, it helps!
in Self Help
The Wayne County Self Help Organization will host their fall cattle field day on Monday September 29, 4pm at Richard and Ruthie Farm. This farmstead is situated in the tri-corners of Jasper, Clarke and Wayne Counties in the Hamlet of Eucutta, MS. Richard said on “this farm, my parents raised a family of two girls and four boys. We worked as a family unit producing cotton, corn, vegetables, and trees to earn income. My parents exemplified strength and honesty in maintaining this farm. We are thankful for this opportunity to continue my parents’ legacy. Today, we are raising cattle, hay, vegetables and managing forestland”. The Carters are members of Wayne County Self Help Organization which provides services for small farmers. They have received technical assistance to enhance their farm enterprise and other valuable information. The Carters decided to sign-up for conservation practices through NRCS’s (EQIP) Environmental Quality Incentive Program in December 2010. They qualified for numerous practices including heavy use pad, water troughs, cross fence, pasture improvements, and corral. “These practices have added income and reduced input costs in managing our forages and corral provides safety in vaccinating and loading cattle according to Richard.
Field Afrikan Radio will discuss how the Civil Rights Era destroyed the Black community. We will discuss how Black churches, politicians and integrationalist destroyed what could have been. We will also discuss the question of can Black people defeat White supremacy while still having Afrikan morals or do we have to be as savage as White supremacist to defeat them? We will also discuss how the "Civil Rights Era" gave birth to the Lil Boosie's, Raven Symone's and other "New Black" Negros who blame Black America for all its problems and don't want "Afrikan" attached to their nationality. Join us in the discussion. Add us @ www.facebook.com/fieldafrikanrefuge and @ Thuro Far and Jig Far
Review the Georgia tennessee game
Preview the homecoming game versus vanderbilt
Latest in recruiting for the Dawgs, Barnett, any other sudden flips ala Barnett? Chidi, Walker, Abernathy, Slayton, McGirt, McFadden, Jackson, Roundtree
Plus hope to catch up w/Georgia commit and Griffin High School wideout, Christian Owens
Recap the big UGA win over Vandy
Preview the huge UGA game versus Missouri this Saturday
Plus give all of the latest in Bulldawgs recruiting
On Wednesday, October 1st at 6pm est we will be talking to Josh Holbrook about his field guide "The Snakes of Southern Florida" and his research on the genus Nerodia. Should be a great episode! It's Herpin' Time, Check out Josh's page in the link below!
George R. Lopez & Michael Boler bring you "Prime Time Paranormal" every Monday evening on Dead Air Paranormal Radio. With a guest list that has included Grant Wilson, John Zaffis, Nick Groff and Chris Fleming just to name a few, George and Mike broadcast a weekly community radio show that brings together the people of this field of study through thought provoking interviews and evidence presentation, along with current news and happenings throughout the Paranormal Community. To be a guest on Prime Time Paranormal please contact us at: Radioshowdeadair@gmail.com Show/Guest call-in No. (646) 929-2384 www.facebook.com/pages/Dead-Air-Paranormal-Radio-Show/215520285135828?ref=hl
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will take a look at Sunday's game between the Carolina Panters and the Green Bay Packers. The Packers needed a last second touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers to Andrew Quarless, to beat Miami. The Carolina Panthers battled through extra time and tied the Cincinnati Bengals 37-37. What will the Green Bay Packers need to do on offense, defense, and special teams to win this game? Fasten your seat belts and put your foot on the gas, we are previewing the game tonight. Listen live or call the show and give us your thoughts on the game.
in The Bible
IT WAS IN 2003, WHEN THE HEIGHT OF THE AID/HIV PANDEMIC WAS SWEEPING AWAY THE LIVES OF MILLIONS OF AFRICAN'S THAT THE STEPHEN LEWIS FOUNDATION WAS BORN. THEY HAVE SEEN A GREAT POSITIVE CHANGE OVER THE PAST TEN YEARS OF COMBATING THE HIV/AIDS PANDEMIC.
Ida Mukuka, is a widowed mother of two biological children and an orphaned son. In 2001, soon after her brother died of AIDS, she began working as an HIV counselor. Ida advised HIV positive pregnant women on the prevention of mother-to-child transmission and provided care and support to people living with HIV. Her remarkable story is chronicled in Stephanie Nolens book: 28 stories of AIDS IN AFRICA. In 2003 while working as an aids counselor, Ida tested positive. After learning her status, Ida became an even more vocal and passionate activist for people living with HIV and AIDS. She was permoted to the role of DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY OUTREACH. at the CENTER FOR INFECTIOUS DISEASE RESEARCH IN Zambia ( CIDRZ), where she helped to create support groups and a pure education program while people living with HIV and AIDS were provided with counseling and support services to the public offering antiretrovial drugs.
Ida's leadership and activism earned her a fellowship to study at the Coady International Institute at St Xavier University in Halifax Nova Scotia. While studying at St Fx she was awarded the Catherine Fleming Award for International development. For the last five years, Ida has been a full time Field Representive for SLF in Africa where she has used her skills and experience to help build the capacity of grassroots AIDS organizations throughtout Sub Saharion africa.
* Contact info: www.stephenlewisfoundation.org and www.grandmotherscampaign.org 1-888-203-9990 ext 230