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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.
I went to Booker T. Washington HS for the Performing and Visual Arts from 1989 - 1993. I have a degree in Acting from KD Studio. After doing only a few projects, I took a 15 year hiatus from acting because I felt I wasn’t good enough and used the excuse that I wanted to raise my children. My husband encouraged me to get back to my passion in 2009. I took a leap of faith, and over that time I have done short films, feature films, commercials and TV shows. I am currently working on a play called Steal Away with Vanessa Goodrich. The commercials for this have aired on radio and both OWN and Bravo Television Networks. I look forward to whatever God has in store for me. Some of the films include No Way Out, Fields Afire, My Boo The 7, Delivered, Strait & Narrow, New Friends A death Foretold, and Walker Texas Ranger. Theater include, Faces Within the Mirror, She's Not Out Sister, Vesta, Birth of Rhythm, So You Wanna Go to Hell, Purlie. Skills, Silly Facial Expressions, Belly Dance Lips, Double Lip Size, Sign language (Intermediate), Rollerskate, Swimming, Jump Rope, General Biking.
Tune in as we catch up with VillaSport Beaverton's Charity Hunt, the vibrant driving force implementing over 140 group exercise classes a week and leading a team of incredible, enthusiastic and experienced instructors. We talk with Charity as she shares the importance of integrating classes with your workout routine and goes over the class schedule as a way to get in a workout in an inclusive way for all fitness levels.
A little bit about Charity:
Originally from Southern California, Charity graduated from Columbia College with a degree in Business Administration. A dynamic and inspiring leader, Charity brings to VillaSport over 20 years of experience in the field of group exercise and personal training. Charity has built an incredible level of respect as one of the top group exercise professionals in the Portland area. She also has a strong business and administrative background, working as a supervisor and Graphic Designer at DocuSource. She enjoys training, biking and hiking in her free time.
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!
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Listen to this episode as I ask Trevor Mauch, founder of Investor Carrot, some of the most frequently asked questions about leveraging onine marketing with his powerful Investorcarrot lead generating websites!
Trevor cut his teeth in real estate in college and through years of trial and error, learned how to generate leads online effectively through inbound online marketing (to the tune of 88,000 real estate related leads and counting). He leads the Carrot team and focuses on helping members get the result they want. But, away from business… Trevor loves mountain biking, golfing, and spends most of his time with his wife and 3 young kids.
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Lolita "aka" Lo
Jean grew up in Seattle, Washington, the daughter of an accountant and a music teacher. Life in her neighborhood was kid-centered with biking, tag, kick-the-can, and comic book trading. Her school teachers filled her head with motivational stories, great quotes, and poetry. This led her to become a teacher too. Jean taught elementary school in California, Connecticut, and Washington. Because of the problem children in her classes, she decided to further her studies and become a counselor. Jean’s goal to unite teachers, parents, and children in their common challenges to build character and help kids succeed came true. When she retired from her 22-year family counseling practice, the door to the internet swung wide open. With a website, blog, and social media, she shares her unique counseling secrets with parents worldwide. Jean lives with her husband. She enjoys her children, grandchildren, their pets, and lively family discussions. Look for her in her office typing away on her laptop as she works on her next book or outside in the sunshine picking roses in her garden.
Making exercise a habit can help lower your blood pressure. It also gives you more energy and is a great way to ease stress and feel better.
Check in with your doctor first if you're not already active now. They'll make sure you're ready for exercise. Since an active lifestyle is good for your blood pressure, your doctor will likely be all for it.
You can do any activity you like, and you don't need to go to a gym. As long as you're moving around and making your heart beat a little faster or breathing harder can work. That includes brisk walking, jogging, swimming, biking, lifting weights, or doing yard work.
In honor of the changing of the season and the coming of the lengthening of days once more the Muses will get together to offer this special feature episode hearing from the Divine Feminine perspective, Heather Muse and the Divine Masculine perspective James Folsom about their adventures from Portland, Oregon to Portland Maine.
Traveling cross country brings us to engage in many lifetsyles similar and different to our own. We will have the opportunity to hear about the joys and the challenges, suprises and new horizons.
Call in to this special show 310-982-4253 for questions and comments
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ELI MARTINEZ (SDM Creator. TV Host )
As the founder behind SHARK DIVER magazine, Eli has become a formidable entity in the shark diving community, pushing and changing what is known about sharks and the way sharks are seen. He is also no stranger to the dangers posed by extreme sports or big animals, having spent 6 years as a rodeo bull rider. His love of adventure and nature is what inspired him to create SDM. "This magazine was created to show the beauty and excitement of the shark species, as well as to help destroy the myth that sharks are mindless monsters." Disillusioned by conventional diving mags and documentaries, Eli drew his inspiration for all of SDM's projects from the action sports genre; rock climbing, surfing, mountain biking. In 2006 Eli produced his first full feature film, Summer of the Sharks,. His creative vision continues to push the envelope...
Eli has been featured in magazines and newspapers around the world for his work, and has worked as a host/cameraman/ safety diver for the Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, National Geographic channel, CNN and NBC's The Today Show.
The final Yoga pose that I think benefits all athletes. Whether you run, bike, etc this simple but effective pose helps to relieve tension and stiffness in the spine and back. This pose also helps with injury prevention, allowing you to recover quicker from your training workouts.
We are continuing in the seven part series on my favorite yoga poses for Athletes. Whether you run, bike, etc Pigeon Pose is one of my favorties and the one pose that I think EVERYONE should be doing regularly. Pigeon is a deep hip opener that most people either love or hate. Listen to why this is one of my favorite yoga poses not just for athletes but for everyone.