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For those of us in the fitness industry long enough , we know that the field was not molded by the barrage of infomercials of endless gadgets and diets, that dance along our TV screens daily. It was built by the vision of these people. Join hosts Laurie Towers and Elite Ziegelman as they welcome fitness guru and creator of the "Buns and Abs Of Steel" series Tamilee Webb on this debut segment of "Pumping Pioneers".
In life we meet many people, some are for a season and others are for life. Some are soft and have no substance, and fly away in the seasonal wind. Where others are for life and like iron that will not bend in the wind. They are like iron that sharpens the iron in you. You will have good days and bad days. But a friend for life, that will have your back and will tell you the truth about yourself, in love, is priceless. We must remember we are fighting a spritual war and the shaper your iron the better you can fight. Thank God daily for your iron sharpener, as they sharpen you, you sharpen them.
Proverbs 27:17 Iron sharpens iron and one man sharpens another.[d]
Does "Pumping Iron" "breathing heavy", or "Being Quiet" matter?
Who really cares about you? Do you know how to do belly breaths? Who taught you how to do that? What do adults really know? Should doctors be required to learn and teach proper breathing to budding parents?
Move Out of the Way Mister!
The original Iron Man film and the ill fated Green Lantern film were both created with the intention of launching a shared cinematic universe. One would lead to becoming one of the biggest franchises of the 21st century, the other sent their company back to the drawing board.
These two series have always matched each other quite well, all the way to the point of being Amalgamated into Iron Lantern of the Amalgam Universe, complete with merging even their supporting cast seamlessly.
What went right, what went wrong and above all else why?
The title says it all! The Iron Jaw Podcast returns while the most coveted NBA prospects arrive in the NBA, both the players and the podcast host living out their dreams. Michael Davis discusses the NBA draft and the NBA offseason as a whole, including trades and a little free agency discussion.
Also, Michael Davis makes a big announcement about his sports journalism/broadcasting future, while explaining his absence from the podcasting scene.
TONIGHT at 10 pm! We welcome the Patriarch of the RiBN, Mark Radulich to the show! It is Avengers week here on the RiBN and we are going to talk a story involving one of Iron Man's fiercest yet, oh so subtle foes. "Demon In A Bottle" shows us that there are plenty of heroes whose toughest villain can sometimes be themselves.
Oculus Rift and other virtual reality helmets are seen by many as potential game changers in gaming, retail, entertainment and other industries. But VR has significant weaknesses. You're stuck inside the helmet. It locks your experience and makes it difficult to share with co-workers or friends.
John Underkoffler thinks there is a better way. He's been called "the real-life Tony Stark." Underkoffler the computer scientist and award-winning user-interface designer behind the films "Minority Report" and "Iron Man," believes the future isn't locked in these headsets, it's in shareable experiences and workspaces. Collaboration is not about creating virtual walls, but working with one another on actual walls. People need space for their ideas to spread as they flow in real time. VR users need a whole new UI to really interact properly.
We'll talk to Underkoffler about the future of collaboration and shared visuals in the workspace. We'll see what might be beyond virtual reality.
John Underkoffler is CEO of Oblong Industries, developer of the g-speak Spatial Operating Environment and the Mezzanine conferencing and collaboration system in use at firms from Boeing to Beats Music. Oblong's technological trajectories build on fifteen years of foundational work at the MIT Media Laboratory, where John was responsible for innovations in real-time computer graphics, large-scale visualization techniques, and the I/O Bulb and Luminous Room systems. He has been science advisor to films including Minority Report, The Hulk (A.Lee), Aeon Flux, Stranger Than Fiction, and Iron Man. John also serves as adjunct professor in the USC School of Cinematic Arts; on the boards of the 5D Conference, the University Art Museum board at CSULB, Sequoyah School, and the E14 Fund; and on MIT's Visiting Committee. He is the 2015 Cooper Hewitt National Design Award winner for Interaction Design.
Over the past century, mankind has been able to finally achieve one of their oldest dreams: to fly. In the 11 decades since the Wright Brothers took the first powered and manned flight, literally thousands of different airplanes have been designed and flown, for a variety of different roles and missions. And naturally, among those thousands of airplanes, favorites have emerged. Some like fighters, like the F-86 Sabre or F-15E Strike Eagle. Others prefer the "heavy iron" transport airplanes like the classic C-47 Dakota or master 747 airliner. But whatever your preference, you're probably going to enjoy the subject of this week's Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream)). Author, historian, journalist, documentary filmmaker, and host John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) has invited Zenith Press author Bob Dorr to discuss your new book, 365 Aircraft You Must Fly Before You Die. Part of a new series that Zenith Press is rolling out this summer, 365 Aircraft is a compendium of some of the greatest aircraft ever created, from nations all over the world. Certainly, you're in for a lively hour of aircraft, opinions, and favorites!
Derek Stark's 17th broadcast as a student of American Broadcasting School. The broadcast includes songs from AC/DC, Randy Savage, Psychostick, Iron Horse, Trick Pony, Big & Rich, Blake Shelton, Sawyer Brown, Heidi Newfield, Carrie Underwood, Chely Wright, Avril Lavigine, Disturbed, Garth Brooks, Nickleback, Halestorm, The Pretty Reckless, Reba McEntire, Gary Morris, Gloriana, George Jones, Miranda Lambert, Randy Houser, and Motion Device. Be sure to follow Derek Stark on Twitter (@derekstark) and like American Broadcasting School - The Drive Home with Derek Stark Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/absthedrivehome.