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Getting a massage is important for anyone, especially for the athlete who works out every day. On today’s episode of Hilary Topper on Air, Hilary will talk with Nicole Kennelly, Owner of Body Balance Massage Therapy of NYC. Nicole and her team of licensed massage therapists provide customized treatments for patients interested in sports, medical and manual therapy. Nicole will be discussing the benefits of sports massage therapy for athletes and more! Plus, Body Balance Massage Therapy is a Sprint-level sponsor of the NY Tri Expo and will be giving out complimentary massages at the expo! Listen in to learn more.
Successipes Host, Lori Wilk interviews Medical Intuitive and Energy Healer, Joseph Petroski on this live call-in show and you are invited to participate at 347.237.5638. The focus of today's show will be about the most reason NFL Season which is ending wih many players having been injured. We'll talk to Joseph Petroski about how his work is incorporated into working with Pro Athletes as well as business people to help heal them faster and at the energy level which can completely change the picture for the speed of their recovery. To connect with our guest after the show you can go to Joseph's website http://www.TrueFreedomU.com E-mail our guest Joe@TrueFreedomU.com
Celebrity Matthew Tiger Impersonator talk about his pump it up Contest call in and join the talk 347-327-9117 11pm Est
Hollywood interracial adoptions are happening at an incredibly high rate. The world followed Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt as their families grew with new additions of interacial adopted siblings almost each year. Those children flourished, became America's surrogate families, and each of those children blended into their new surroundings comfortable in all parts of their identties. Subsequent celebrity adoptions followed, and in many of the cases, there are questionable factors involved that would have been investigated or screened much more closely if the celebrity pay rate were not involved. Specific to African-American adoptees in this adoption wave..such as in the case of Duck Dynasty stars Jep and Jessica Robertson adopting an African-American baby boy into their family...are the effects of being adopted into a different culture more detrimental or cultivating to the children? Join in tonight at 10:30 PM EST by calling 347-327-9967.
Getting back into racing and training as quickly as possible is the hope of every athlete who has been afflicted with nagging injuries. Dr. Steven Capobianco is the director of education for ROCK TAPE and is recognized as a leader around the world in the application of kinesiology taping strategies. I (Richard Diaz) have personally been using these taping strategies on my clients to contend with; IT band, Knee, Shin, Hamstring, Calve, Achilles and plantar fasciitis injuries for several years. Perfect for OCR, CrossFit, Trail and Road Running athletes. If you have ever wondered how, when or why to apply this tape, this a show you don’t want to miss. www.naturalrunningnetwork.com
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Celebrity Bonnie Somerville Of Code Black.
Bonnie Somerville’s first major acting role was the lead in the television miniseries “Shake, Rattle and Roll,” on the Network. She went on to star in the comedy “In-Laws,” “NYPD Blue,” “The O.C.,” had a recurring role on “Friends,” and a lead role in “Golden Boy,” on the Network.
Her film credits include “Seven Below Zero,” “Fire with Fire,” “How Do You Know,” “The Search for Santa Paws,” “The Ugly Truth,” “Nobody,” “The Best and the Brightest,” “Fire with Fire,” “Cashmere Mafia,” “Kitchen Confidential” and “Grosse Pointe.”
Somerville grew up in Brooklyn, N.Y., and began performing in school productions at a young age. She attended Boston College as a theatre major and went on to study at the Lee Strassberg Theatre Institute in New York City.
She was discovered at the age of 18 singing in a nightclub in New York City, followed by a development deal with Interscope records as a singer/songwriter. She wrote and performed the original song “Winding Road” on the Garden State Soundtrack, which won the Grammy for Best Soundtrack of the Year in 2005, and she continues to perform in Los Angeles.
Abibifahodie (Black Liberation),
Remeber the days when Black athletes were men. Well, our Brother EJ Jones (Nu Afrikan) is stepping stepping up to bring those days back.
Born Feb 1, 1962 in Chicago, IL (south side)
High School (Chicago Vocational 80')
College (University of Kansas 84') Jayhawks -w- B.A. Communication -w- a Minor in History
Professional Football Career:
Kansas City Chiefs 84, Kansas City Chiefs 85, Chicago Bears 86 (injured reserve), Dallas Cowboys 87
1988 Blinder Robinson investment Banker Series 7 series 63 Licensed Stock Broker
1993 Self Employed at Advantage Document Litigation Services
2004 Aurora University Assistant Coach
2006 Detroit Lions Intern Coach (under the minority fellowship program)
2007 EFT Combine Sports training facility Advisor to College/NFL Athletes
2011 Transportation SalesConsultant / Motivational Speaker
2015 Distubtror for RBG Gear Shoe Line/ Activist/Public Speaker
Horses, Hunting, Dogs
Interest of Study:
Haitian Revolution, Dynamic of Sports and Its Influence on Black Culture, Ancient African Studies
Public Speaking, Strategic Planning
NFL Player Alumni Asso., Federal Judo Asso., Dogo Argentino Asso, Black Cowboy Asso.
Straight Black Pride Movement (SBPM), Amen Ra Squad, RBG, Black Wives Matter Campaign
Other Things To Know:
EJ holds a Second Degree black belt in Judo and was extended an invitation to the 1980 Judo Olympic Team tryouts
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview NBC's Celebrity Apprentice Winner Leeza Gibbons. She will talk about Philips Healthcare, and her latest projects.
Leeza Kim Gibbons ..a talk show host. She is best known as a correspondent and co-host for Entertainment Tonight (1984–1995) as well as for having her own syndicated daytime talk show, Leeza (1993-2000). Gibbons is currently the host of her own radio show, Hollywood Confidential, part of the United Stations radio syndication company. On February 16, 2015, Leeza was named the winner of The Celebrity Apprentice, having raised $714,000 for her charity Leeza's Care Connection
Often times, we interview elite athletes from various sports, the hero’s that command the podium race after race. As much as we admire their physical prowess, many of our listeners have their own agendas and goals they hope to fulfil. So, we intend to offer the spotlight to those of you who have questions and hopefully we can provide answers that will make a difference in your running, training and racing experience. In this episode we feature OCR Athlete Cody Higgs from Nashville Tennessee, along with a few questions from Richard Rachal of Baton Rouge Louisiana.