• 00:22

    Avoiding Skiing and Snowboarding Injuries

    in Health

    February 6, 2014: Over the next few weeks, the world will turn their attention to the elite athletes from around the world at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. We will witness them accomplish unimaginative feats, and we will also marvel at their ability to do so. But for all the ways that Olympic athletes are beyond imagination, in at least one way they are very much like the rest of us: they fall down.


    In this episode of Move Forward Radio, physical therapist Amber Donaldson, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS, of the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado, will discuss the vigorous training of Olympic athletes, and provide tips on how to best avoid injuries while skiing and snowboarding.


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    To learn more about physical therapy, visit MoveForwardPT.com.

  • 00:53

    SC EP:83 Sasquatch encounter on the mountain

    in Science

    Tonight we speak to Alex who had an encounter as a young man during a hiking expedition. Years later he had another encounter while skiing. These encounters have changed his life. Alex discusses the behaviors and what he saw. On Tuesday night we have a show lined up just for our members of www.sasquatchchronicles.com. Tomorrow night Shannon has her show, Tuesday we have a show lined up for our members and Will will be hosting into the Abyss on Wednesday night.


     

  • 00:59

    Bert Martinez joined by Leo Tilman, Vanessa Wiebel, Robert Kriegel

    in Business

    Leo Tilman executive chairman of Capitol Peak Asset Management and a long-time strategic advisor to the executives and boards of leading companies around the world. Capitol Peak made headlines last year as the manager of the Rural Infrastructure Opportunity Fund – a public/private partnership announced by the White House Rural Council


    Vanessa Wiebel Bestselling Author on Amazone with the book “Stand apart” followed by the National Bestseller Quill Award  Sep 2014  in CA Hollywood. She is an Immigrant success story, coming from Europe, literally her first job was “dish washing” to being today an established entrepreneur and multiple business owner and now Bestseller an Award winner in Hollywood. Starting as the owner of the first female Registerd Acupressure Therapist in Vancouver and owner of the Holisti Therapy Center - the first Alternative Medicine Multidiciplinary Health Center. She naturally moved to being a Success building Expert, Business Coach for “green minded leaders of today” with her Canadian company YES you CAN, confidence development


    Robert Kriegel NY Times bestselling author who US News and WorldReport called one of the country’s leading authorities in the field ofchange and human performance. He has been a commentator on NPR’sMarketplace program and done two specials for PBS. Bob has also taught at Stanford’s Executive Management Program and been a majoraccounts executive at Young & Rubicam Advertising. His books include the international best sellers Inner Skiing,If it ain’t broke…BREAK IT! and the Business Week best seller,Sacred Cows Make the Best Burgers. His most recent books arePerformance Under PressureandHow to Succeed in Business Without Working so Damn Hard!


     

  • 00:57

    Colin SINGS at WINTERFEST 2015!

    in Music

    Colin was invited to sing by Local Icon Sybil Rampen, Owner/Operator of World Famous Event Gallery, Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre in beautiful Oakville, Ontario, Canada! This year, (2015) Colin will be singing and entertaining all the local children and their parents as they all brave this years extreme cold! It is a sunny day today but very cold! Perfect for outdoor Winter activities as well as hearing Colin sing along with many other Musical talents. The children will be playing outdoors today as well as indoor warm activities. Outdoors will be tobogganing, ice skating, games and prizes in the snow, snow shoeing, and cross country skiing. Indoors will be arts and crafts, henna tatoos, silent auction, and a book sale. All proceeds go towards the ongoing art programs within the Centre. Colin will most likely want to participate in some of the outdoor and indoor activities after singing to all! His Dad will be keeping tabs on him throughout this show and hopefully his cell phone works alright, while he freezes his buns off! It should be a fun filled Event! (Colin will be singing "Consider Yourself from The Movie/Musical "Oliver" and "Trolls" by Canadian Composer Clifford Crawley.)

  • 03:14

    Quality of Life Radio Expo - Day 2

    in Self Help

    Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Day 2 of Big Blend Radio’s Quality of Life Radio Expo, airing live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona
    Featured Guests:
    - Janice Lennard – Yoga and Pilates Instructor who has been involved with ballet, yoga, and pilates through study, practice, and instruction for over 65 years.
    - Cynthia Johnston, Herbalist and owner of MoonMaid Botanicals discusses Herbs as Aphrodisiacs.
    - Chalky White – Ski Instructor, Keynote Speaker, Author of best-seller ‘The 7 Secrets of Skiing’
    - Dennis Yang – Founder of Papa Didos Ideals Foundation, author and endurance athlete on an 11,000 mile run around the US for children's literacy and health.
    - S. Ward Heinrichs Esq. - Partner at Backstrom & Heinrichs Attorneys at Law in San Diego will discuss Harassment in the workplace.

  • 01:52

    Shelly NunChucks w Jodi Brockton

    in Entertainment

    Action! That is Jodi(Wilson) Brockton's favorite word in the Dictionary. Growing up with four brothers with acres of fun in South Lyon Michigan, Jodi learned a lot about the stunt/movie business before she ever knew that would be her lot in life. Dirt bikes, snowmobiles, skiing, skating, biking, and a natural ability with horses assisted her in accomplishing many awards and accolades in her youth. Jodi moved to Florida in the early 90's. She was discovered while competing in a fitness competition by a producer for the American Gladiators and from there was introduced to the world of TV and film. Jodi skyrocketed to success with feature films such as Wild Things, Instinct, All About The Benjamin's, The In Crowd, The Crew, The Disciples, just to name a few, and television series such as Maximum Bob, Sins of the City. She moved to Los Angeles to further her Career where she enjoyed success in film and television. She worked/award winning shows such as ER, CSI, Boston Legal, Desperate Housewives, Dexter, The Mentalist and many more. The film work has been wonderful too with credits such as 2 Fast 2 Furious, Serenity, Surrogates and Law Abiding Citizens. In her career she has doubled many beautiful women such as Laura Allen, Melinda Clarke, Sophia Vergara, Kelly Preston, Kate Luyben, Sarah Paulson, Carrie Ann Moss, Radah Mitchell and, Denise Richards. Jodi recently moved to Hollywood South (Louisiana) to continue her career as a producer/director. She say's "The incentives, beautiful locations and amazing people are what makes Louisiana the most viable place to film." Jodi continues to work as a stunt-woman and acting In such films as Pitch Perfect 2, Don't Mess With Texas, Jurassic World and the Runner. She is passionate about film making and is working her magic behind the camera writing, producing and directing. Ms. Brockton was the 2nd unit director on the short film "Abigail" and is working on her new baby Glitteratzi!

  • 00:17

    Adaptive Sports: Limitless Opportunities

    in Health

    January 29, 2015: Conversations around physical disabilities often focus on what a person can't do. Adaptive sports turn that line of thought around by celebrating and exploring what people with disabilities can do.


    These days, adaptive sports combine a no-limits mindset with rapidly improving technology, resulting in people without legs skiing down a mountain, and people with spinal cord injuries swimming, and people with severe arm impairments participating in archery, and so much in between and beyond.


    In this episode, a physical therapist discusses landscape and benefits of adpative sports.


    To learn more about physical therapy, visit MoveForwardPT.com.


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  • 02:02

    Shenanigans 'n' Such at Hodgepodge Lodge

    in Comedy

    The holidays are over and the bitter polar air of January has its icy grip upon the country.  Hot topics come to a stall at this time of year, and it often seems as though there is nothing to talk about.  Well, nothing in particular to talk about, but plenty of things to talk about in general, and that is why Jay, Matt, and the IWS Radio team are meeting at Hodgepodge Lodge outside of Bemidji, MN. for a winter retreat.


    IWS Radio is celebrating winter activities, the NFL Playoffs, the NCAA Football National Championship, and discussing the terrorist attack in Paris, as well as John Boehner’s orange skin, the flaccid Tea Party attempt to unseat him, and shocking headlines and anecdotes from Redneckville, AR. and Bagwine, OH.


    Anything goes at Hodgepodge Lodge, and this week is no exception as laughter, bad music, and satirical shenanigans ensue as IWS Radio breaks the ice with biting wit and a warm smile for all.  So, join them and call-in at 661-244-9852.

  • 00:55

    The Swiss Alps in Engelberg

    in Travel

    With winter here in full force, it’s time to hit the slopes at the top of the Swiss Alps as Travel Brigade visits the town of Engelberg, Switzerland, and heads 10,000 feet up to the top of Mount Titlis on the 360-degree-rotating Rotair tram. The mountain is so high there is a glacier on top year-round and we’ll tell you how you can walk through an ice cave and take the “Cliff Walk” suspension bridge that offers incredible views across the top of the Alps. We’ll talk about amazing skiing in the winter as well as great year round activities on the mountain. You’ll also get a taste of the classic Swiss experience of walking through a mountain meadow while listening to the cow bells ringing on your way to a traditional swiss meal of Alplermagronen. In the charming village of Engelberg at the base of the mountain, we’ll visit a Show Cheese factory and take a horse carriage ride to a centuries old monastery. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.

  • 01:01

    Devon Grant - PA Gov. Cabinet & Advisory Committee for People with Disabilities

    in Culture

    Join us for a conversation with Devon Grant, Executive Director, of the Pennsylvania Governor’s Cabinet and Advisory Committee for People with Disabilities. This cabinet exists to make recommendations to the Governor on policies, procedure regulations and legislation that assist people with disabilities in Pennsylvania, serves as a liaison to individuals with disabilities, and as a resource to entities under the Governor’s jurisdiction, ensuring equality for people with disabilities in all facets of state government within the commonwealth.


    Devon holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Wheaton College in Illinois, and a Juris Doctor from Western State University, College of Law, in Fullerton, California. Prior to his appointment to his current position, Devon spent almost 10 years in the Reconsideration Unit of the Department of Public Welfare. 


    Some of his adventures include riding cross country on a motorcycle, climbing Mt. Fuji in Japan, and skiing in the Alps. Devon lives in Palmyra, with his wife and 3 children.


    PA Independent Living Radio Show is brought to you every Friday at 12:00 pm EDT/EST by The Arc of Luzerne County. Please consider a donation in support of our work to help improve the quality of life for people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and their families through advocacy, resources, and community education.


    For more news and events of interest to the PA disability community, visit PA Disability News.


    Come back every Friday at 12pm EST/EDT for PA Independent Living - Thanks for listening!

  • 00:30

    Skiing Without the Fear

    in Blogs

    You can ski without freaking out.  Especially, all you women who ski like ironing boards and even the men.  It's time to make peace with your fears on the slopes; the painful boots, the cold, the double diamonds, the not perfect trails, the kids, the husbands, and anything else that you're making into a negative experience. 
    I'll use some simple energy techniques that really work.  Techniques you can put in your pocket the next time you go out to ski.
    My name is Lillian Fimbres and I talk about anything I feel can benefit you and stuff that seems to just benefit me.
     

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