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Join us today as Diva Candace Gish speaks with the Owner/Founder at Debi's Personal Training Boot Camps
Willie and Jim talk about the biggest happenings in the Big 3 sports, with action in MLB, NBA, and NFL.
One of urban contemporary jazz’s most versatile and acclaimed artists over the past 25 years, keyboardist/composer Gregg Karukas is now a Grammy Award winner for producing, engineering, co-writing and arranging Omar Akram’s Echoes of Love, which won Best NewAge Album at the 55th Grammy Awards in February 2013.
Journey into Being: Creating New Boundaries
Personal boundaries, the boundaries we have with ourselves, are the foundation for all of the boundaries in our lives. Come join us as we pull back the covers on boundaries... what makes them work... what mucks them up... and how to have them work for you.
Training & Retreat: November 2nd
Elizabeth Love and Kathleen Nelson Troyer are excited to announce the first ever Journey into Being: Boundaries for WomenTraining & Retreat. This comes directly out of the work that we have been doing together. We are thrilled to offer this incredible life changing and transformational experience. You are invited to retreat, adventure and explore with us on this journey of the mind, body and spirit. This ladies-only 4 days and 3 nights event will be held in the beautiful Crystal Coast of North Carolina's Outer Banks, which is known for its beautiful wildlife, including dolphins and wild ponies.
Boundaries for Women is for women who are ready to take their personal and professional lives to the next level. Learn practical energetic tools to enhance your relationships, your work/business and your life! Click here to learn more and join us!
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Typically, at this time of year, new years resolutions are being broken and the population surge at gyms throughout the country is thinning out. Some personal improvement plans are just not sustainable.
Tonight, we will talk to personal trainer Dan O'Neill about how to devolop a practical and sustainable plan to improve fitness and performance in all aspects of life.
What is the importance of proper nutrition? What nutritional mistakes do most people make?
What is an ideal weight, and how do you get there? Do crash or fad diets really work?
What kind of exercise program is best for your level of fitness? What should be done to prevent injury?
What are the various types of exercise (strength training, aerobic, etc.)?
What are the pros and cons of machines vs. freeweights? How can freeweights be used safely? How can a personal trainer help? What should you look for in a personal trainer?
What about supplements? What is safe and what is dangerous? Do those supplements advertised in bodybuilder magazines really work? What are the health and performance implications of developing freakishly huge muscles?
Dr. Vic Manzo from Wellness Smart Radio will be the featured guest for the second half of the show. We will be talking about water, nutrition, fluoride, nuclear radiation, and other health-related issues. How should we deal with the crud that is in most processed foods? Tune in and find out.
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Join us at Up Close & Personal as we help celebrate a milestone in the musical career of one of our fave guitarist Steve Oliver. With eight albums over the last 15 years, Steve's "Best Of so far" gathers multiple #1 Billboard hits and fan favorites including 2 brand new songs.
Today's Mass Machine ® Bodybuilding and Training Tip: If you are having a challenge following through with the training and eating strategies that you've adopted, today's message will be especially helpful to you. Your plan doesn't need to be complicated in order to be effective--even though those outrageously passionate fitness people on the internet may believe it and the slick fitness information product seller want you convince you that it true.Six-time national champion bodybuilding champion Skip La Cour answers your bodybuilding and training and personally coaches you to the next level with your live calls during this weekly podcast.
Go here to visit Skip La Cour Forum thread on the Bodybuilding.com message board that he mentions during this podcast.
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Learn more about the MANformation Alpha Male Leadership personal development for men course that Skip talks about in the podcast here.
Skip La Cour owns Mass Machine Nutrition. He is also is a one-on-one coaching specialist for those wanting to take their bodies AND lives to a higher level. Skip holds you accountable to the success and promises you've made to yourself with weekly 30-minute coaching sessions. Go here for more information.
Join internationally recognized potty training expert, Jamie Glowacki, for an hour-long, all questions, all answers show. Whether your child is stuck somewhere in the process, showing signs of resistance, or you simply want to share a success, you can call in live and chat directly with Jamie. As always, we love live callers but you can also write in a question on our Facebook page, if you cannot make it live.
Today's episode included the following topics:
*28 month old, 3 days into nap/night training. Extremely disgruntled when woken up. While the parents are getting successful pees in the potty at night, there are still accidents as well. Also: are disposable mattress covers a cheat?
*Mama began potty training while recovered from back surgery and had to abandon it due to lifting and bending. Child is 21 months and now very aware of peeing and pooping. Mom plans on starting again in a few weeks but she should follow the reset as in the book?
*Child is 23 months and at first was able to hold her pee for 1.5-2 hours. Out of the blue, she is suddenly peeing every 15 minutes. She also seems to be pooping about once every 4th day, although it's too soon to see a discernable pattern. Are the 2 linked? (spoiler alert...Yes)
*Child is a little over 2 years old and they are on day 9. He has one complete pee in the potty a day and then the rest is hit or miss. He can hold it up to 3 hours, will insist he doesn't have to go and then will have an accident. Parents don't want to give up but is it time for a reset?
*Daughter is fully pee trained and while on vacation, was a perfect pooper. Now, back at home and daycare she has started pooping in her pants. She fully understands the process so mom is at a loss as to what to do next.