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Yes, we have been off the air for a couple of weeks, but we will be returning with our 2015 Christmas Special TONIGHT! There will be live music, triva, and of course Christmas & holiday music. So cozy up next to the fire with someone you love and listen to all the fun, with Francy, horror writer/publisher Nicholas Grabowsky, horror host Joe Flynn, author Tom Sawyer, actor John Link (we hope!), Dawn Proctor and special guests dropping by (maybe SANTA)! If you want to join in on the fun or wish someone you love a merry christmas please call in! Sponsored by Black Bed Sheet Books!
Jamie Lee is a young, single mother of 3 beautiful and joyful children. She is also a student of psychology, a board member for the Human Dignity Council of Central Oregon and a vocal advocate for the LGBTQ community. We feel extremely blessed to have her joining us here today to begin Gender Journeys on BlogTalkRadio!
Jamie began with 3 boys and now proudly supports 1 boy and 2 girls. This is a story that will tug at your heart strings and don't be surprised to hear me crying during this interview. Her unconditional love and willingness to really hear her children is beyond amazing. She is helping to change the paradigm of parenting today!
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We are offering this series to educate, inform and bring a new understanding to the idea of Gender and what that means. We have brothers and sisters suffering in shame and isolation for fear of revealing who they truly are inside. Wouldn't it be remarkable if from now on we could simply accept the choices of another without putting judgement or blame on it? What a better world it would be ~ Namaste ~ Deirdra and Rosemary
DAVID BOWIE: "There was hardly a musical style he didn't dabble in -- and indelibly leave his mark upon." -CNN, and he was probably the most influential musical star in the history of the human race. Tonight, as fans, Francy & Friends celebrates the life of an extraordinary soul with special guest callers and our usual line-up including Joe Flynn, actor John Link, Nicholas Grabowsky, and much more! Join us for this special episode! Sponsored by Black Bed Sheet!
Is it better to do weightlifting before or after an aerobic workout?
Whether you do weightlifting before or after an aerobic workout is up to you. Research hasn't definitively shown that one way is better than another.
Consider the factors that fuel the debate about when to do weightlifting:
Weightlifting can deplete the glycogen stores in your muscles. Glycogen stores provide you with energy for short-duration intense activity and longer duration endurance activity.
If you do weightlifting first, you may find that you're too tired to complete a more intense aerobic workout.
An aerobic workout can be a good warm-up for weightlifting. If you do your aerobic workout first, make sure that you're not too tired to lift weights with proper form. Poor weight training technique could increase the risk of injury.
Oxygen use may be the same whether you do aerobic or resistance exercise first. Some studies found that the order of aerobic and resistance exercise during the same session doesn't affect how much oxygen is used or limit how much aerobic exercise can be done.
The bottom line about weightlifting first or second? If you want to include both weightlifting and aerobic exercise in the same workout, experiment to find what works best for you.
For instance, you could make either your aerobic workout or your weightlifting workout less intense. Or you could consider doing your weightlifting and aerobic workouts on different days.
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Actress Jamie Bernadette is stopping by "The Stoop" to talk to Jonathan Ragus and John Leary about her newest movie "I Spit On Your Grave: Deja Vu".
The guys will also talk to Jamie about upcoming projects, her life, career and more.
As always, the hosts will talk about everything from Music and Movies to Books, Sports and Life so get ready for another great episode of "The Stoop".
Jamie Glaser is one busy guitarist. You never know what to expect from him next. Most recently he has been on tour with Jon Anderson and Jean Luc Ponty. He has also released a book about a less well known aspect of his life. Hear The Silence chonicles his long strugle with Bi-Polar disorder and makes for a facinating peek inside a world that few people understand.
The tour also has a CD assoviated with it, and I will playing a couple of tracks from Better Late Than Never
Host Kevin Willett is joined by Curtis Colly from Lanocast. Lanocast is a social network that lets you know why people like your pictures! We do this by giving our users the ability to exchange stamps with each other that complement a specific aspect of a picture. For more information please visit their website at http://www.lanocast.com/
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A great tip is an awesome thing. Whether it's an undiscovered restaurant, a sleeper stock, or a Sure Thing in the late double at Pimlico, savvy inside info imbues a man with confidence. Control. Strength.
Knowledge is power, baby.
It's also the secret to a powerful body, as you're about to find out. In our never-ending mission to get you in the greatest shape of your life, we've grilled the world's top experts and combed our own archives to find 100 perfect fitness training tips—small gems that will make a huge difference in any man's life.
Get ready: You're about to feel the power—and have the body to show for it.
While deaths due to heart disease have dropped in recent years, it's still the No. 1 killer of Americans. The good news is that we now know a ton about how to prevent cardiovascular disease, which includes both strokes and heart attacks.
It's clear that healthy eating and living (like exercising more!) can make a huge difference.
Salmon and other fatty fish such as sardines and mackerel are the superstars of heart-healthy foods. That's because they contain copious amounts of omega-3 fatty acids, shown in studies to lower the risk of arrhythmia (irregular heart beat) and atherosclerosis (plaque build-up in the arteries) and decrease triglycerides. The American Heart Association recommends eating fish and preferably fatty fish at least twice a week. Omega-3 fatty acids are also available as dietary supplements.
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