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In this episode Blair and Tom discuss issues important to them (who cares what you think?) with Rose chiming in. This episode was recorded a few weeks before we went to DC for the Reason Rally and American Atheists’ Convention. We would like to thank Rose for her participation and for making us laugh.
Hello listeners, welcome to my second show here on blogtalkradio.
This mornings show is on fitness, beginner fitness, sharing my beginner fitness personal experience...years ago and still going. With 24 years of fitness training under my belt, including personal yoga and meditation, I have always found this the most gorgeous beauty treatment...inside and out.
So if the topic on fitness makes you a bit nervous, feeling you should more, or start a fitness regime, or feeling guilty for missing one day...lets put all of this 'thinking' to rest. Exercise should be fun, and of your style of movement. Some people choose 'the gym' for weights as the ultimate training equipment, some yoga for an all over awesome, and some people prefer dance or biking. So lets talk about all of this, and how being active is a beautiful thing...face it, we all enjoy being attractive, if not for others, for our selves in a healthy way.
Thank you for for listening.
Have you been working on getting healthy but find it to be a struggle? Don’t stop because your breakthrough is right around the corner – it truly is but you need to look at it with a new perspective or fresh eyes. Not sure what I mean? The best way to explain it is to stop and look at how far you’ve come since you first started your journey. For me my “aha” moment really came after my hysterectomy when two weeks after surgery and off the pain medication, I felt good. REALLY GOOD. Three years ago, I would not have been able to write that for you to read but I did notice little breakthroughs throughout my journey.
Having always been active, exercise was not my issue because no matter how “fluffy” I may have been, I always exercised even if it was just to take a walk. The reason exercise has never been my issue is because it keeps my stress in check and it is a part of my day just like everything else on my list. On the other hand, I was not as successful with my eating. Eating correctly and in the right amounts are my issues. As I started training for my first triathlon, I also started completing 5K’s, 10K’s and a half marathon. None of these events had been on my radar before I began my triathlon training but I quickly found that I enjoyed them. What really opened my eyes to what was happening with my body is on the days that I ate well and really paid attention to what I was putting on my plate and ultimately in my body, I performed better whether it was running, biking or even the hour Zumba class. Have you heard that saying “You’re only as good as your last meal?” Nothing could be more true. The better my food choices were, the better my physical level would be. When I ate crap, my physical and energy levels would be poor.
Bicycles and Black people in West Palm Beach have a complicated relationship. Who's to Blame? Do Blacks hate bikes? Is that why they get arrested more in West Palm Beach when riding them? I didn't even know biking while black was a thing.
Join Ej and Lisa for another great show with 2 amazing women and another New York Cosmos Player coming on the air today.
Angela Durazo, actress and professional Triathlete, comes on to discuss her trials and tribulations of having Rheumatoid Arthritis while trying to compete as a paratriathlete and have a career as an actress.
Mads Stokkelien, Forward of the New York Cosmos of the NASL, comes on to discuss the season and his career in Soccer and growing up in Norway!
Bethany Bradsher, author of two books, "The Classic" & "Basketball's Unforgettable Showman, Bones McKinney" comes on to discuss her books and what made basketball so attractive in the 40's and 50's that ended up bringing North Carolina's 'tobacco road' schools to the forefront of College Basketball.
Visco, who has been called a "bubbly and offbeat running, biking, soup-making, people-loving, community-building exclamation mark," has boundless energy to do new things, meet new people, and make the world a better place. In 2009, promoting the importance of living a bold and passion-driven life, Katie ran solo across America, from Boston to San Diego, and became the 2nd youngest and 13th woman overall to make the crossing. During, and the year after her transAmerican crossing, she raised funds for the charity, Girls on the Run, and also stopped to visit more than 200 audiences en route to spread her message to young and old alike. In 2015, she will run across Australia, from Perth to Sydney, to share the message of her current project, Blaze Your Sole. Katie also has 10+ years of experience as a community-builder and entrepreneur, and is currently the proud owner and soup maestra behind Hot Love Soup, a company in Austin, TX that delivers love and joy and nourishment, one bowl of soup at a time (see www.HotLoveSoup.com). Once a month since 2007, she has been hosting community soup parties as a means of renewing interconnection and neighborly love - all are invited, and all you have to do is bring an empty bowl and a spoon!
Have you tried a diet before and felt miserably deprived without results, or lasting results? Find out how to make changes in your life style, enjoying the change and receiving life long results.
Learn a profound tool in opening up to loving healthy food and breaking the addiction of bad food! Discover how live food, our spirit, music, meditation, exercise and joy are all connected
Cynthia is a mother of 4, 1 daughter and 3 boys they are actively involved in dance, baseball, soccor, football, basketball, guitar, piano and singing. Her husband is a principle at a middle school. They enjoy biking, running, camping, snowshoeing, hiking- anything that is outdoors. She has completed the St. George Utah marathon, the Provo Half triatholon, many sprint triatholons, half marathons and last summer the 70 mile Wonder Women Bike Ride. She has been studying nutrition and it's affects on the body, mind and spirit for over 10 years. Her mission is to help change the relationship with food from negative to positive. She educates and mentors individuals to lose weight, heal and prevent naturally. It is important to her that her clients feel fulfilled, satisfied and happy through the process of change. She focuses on cleansing emotionally as well, using meditation, exercise, sun healing, deep breathing and live food and most importantly positive thought and energy to promote connection with ourselves, our loved ones and our maker. It has been one of the greatest blessings in her life to watch her clients life change by changing their diet and taking care of themselves in all areas- promoting self confidence, mental clarity and the ability to handle stress. They have the power to move forward accomplishing things they never thought they could.
Our focus today is on how best to handle multiple offers from both the seller and buyer point of view.
Buyers will find properties in every style and price range imaginable in Boulder, including modern lofts and condos, family houses, golf course properties, and luxury estates. There are many historic homes in Boulder to choose from as well, in addition to new construction, and a varied selection of foreclosure properties.
With more than 300 sunny days a year, breathtaking mountain views, and an extensive network of hiking and cycling trails, Boulder is truly an outdoor-lover's paradise. The city is surrounded by 31,000 acres of open space and has over 145 miles of hiking trails that range from easy to very difficult. Rock climbing, mountain biking, golfing, and kayaking are other popular activities in the area. Each Memorial Day, Boulder welcomes over 50,000 runners for the "BolderBoulder," which is one of the largest 10K races in the country.
In addition to its bountiful recreation opportunities, Boulder is also well known for its fabulous restaurants and cultural activities. The city is a hotbed for artists and artisans who display their wares at markets and galleries throughout the city. Boulder also houses several major research and educational facilities such as the National Center for Atmospheric Research, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and the Naropa Institute, which offers Buddhist-inspired education.
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Dr. Steve’s varied and unusual background has earned him the accolade Renaissance Man. He’s gained success as a physician, entertainer, trainer, and author of the #1 Amazon.com self-help bestseller, UnHypnosis, in which he teaches individuals to reinvent their lives.
Steve graduated valedictorian from New York Chiropractic College and ran a successful practice in Vermont while building a strong network marketing business with nutritional products. He also studied hypnosis with Dr. Scott McFall and began performing his Hypnosis Extravaganza. While gaining popularity for his high energy performances, Steve began a study of mindfulness, which continues to this day. He’s taught many others to meditate and to bring spiritual principles to life.
Steve lives with his dog, Woody, on the waterfront in Burlington, Vermont. He enjoys skiing, biking, flying, playing guitar, and pursuing his spiritual development.
My guest on Thursday, May 1st at 3 p.m. PDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk will be jeweler, enamelist, metalsmith, artist, and naturalist David C. Freda.
Abou David: “Among the first images created by man were those of animals. One cannot trace the history of art without reference to the animal image. Since prehistoric times, the animal world has provided man the imagery by which to visually illuminate important aspects of himself and his life. The animal image provides a universal language that all cultures can share. Until the extinction of the last species, man will draw upon the animal world for inspiration.
I also probe the world of animals for my imagery. Bird watching, taxidermy, falconry, scuba diving, rock climbing, mountain biking, and numerous other adventuresome activities have educated me enabling me to express the natural world in an artistic sense. My forms are a distillation of these experiences. Some compositions feature realistic “renderings” of animal forms while others are abstractions suggesting a particular theme and create from it an unexpected or surprising result.
To obtain this, I often juxtapose the animal image or abstraction using ancient processes with twentieth century materials such as fine metals, vitreous enamels, aluminum, acrylic, niobium, and so on, while maintaining the sense of a natural habitat via color, texture, and movement. I feel I share a kinship with artists of the past whose intimate knowledge of the natural world also provided them with their concepts..
To learn more about David, visit: http://www.davidcfreda.com.
Interview with Cooper Zale on his article "Synergizing Entrepreneurship and a Strong Commons". Cooper will describe what the Social Commons is, both in a historical and present context, and compare/contrast it with the traditional capitalistic businesses. He will also discuss some of the entrepenurs and organizations who are helping to create the social commons.
Cooper is not just a man of strong beliefs, he actually walks those beliefs, giving up his car 14 years ago, because walking, biking or taking mass transit to work has a more positive impact on the social commons.