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KickAss Radio with Kristi Winger-Szudlo welcomes Chady Dunmore, a 2-time World Bikini Champion, to talk about her personal journey to the world of fitness competition. Listen as she shares how she got into fitness, her future plans and what life lessons she realized from all her success.
Chady Dunmore’s platform goes deeper than her stage presence, beauty and talent. As the 2010 Arnold Classic Bikini Champion and the 2010 and 2011 WBFF Pro Bikini World Champion, Chady currently graces the covers of fitness magazines (Fitness RX & Oxygen), while endorsing various video and print products, all while raising her daughter.
Chady’s success doesn’t stop at fitness. She recently took hold of a different kind of stage --- gripping a microphone. Breaking out of the mold of only being a fitness competitor, Chady has three singles, “Work it Out” “Bad Girls Club” and “NO NEVA.” Now she is the Face of a woman specifically designed supplements company called “FITMISS”, in which she had a billboard in NYC and now gracing all Fitness magazines such as FitnessRX, Shape and many more.
Visit the FitMiss section on JoeDonnellyFitness.com for her online training.
Check out her workouts on the FitMiss social media sites: Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
You may also follow her on her personal Instagram or like her Facebook page.
Tune in Wednesday nights, 7-8pm EST. Mandy Peterson and co-host Belle Salisbury will discuss messages from their guides, as well as how we can all make the world a better and greener place.
Jamie Dunmore joins the conversation tonight.
Indy 11 will be storming the NASL in the upcoming 2014 spring season with 7,000 season ticket deposits. What an impressive start for this new team. Find out how they did it tonight when we talk to Indy11's President/General Manager Peter Wilt and VP of Marketing/Operations Tom Dunmore. We'll also find out how connected they are to the supporters group The Brickyard Battallion. This could be a class on soccer marketing that all NASL teams can learn from.
Plus we talk Major League Socer with MLSsoccer.com Senior Editior Simon Borg. Simon is always a great guest everytime he joins us. Hear his thoughts on FC Becks, Orlando City and the MLS Playoffs.
California; where did the name originate?
Let’s witness how strong our ancestors continued to be.
To know where we are going; we must know from which we came. The rich and diverse cultures of Moors around the globe demonstrate people of strength and tenacity. There were great battles to overcome to get to this moment in existence, and we will succeed again in unity and strength.
Struggles in this land - our land - in the Americas continue as we awaken from sleep of who we are. We fell down many times and got up again because as the old saying goes, "Failure is temporary, but not getting back up - makes it Permanent"
The wars that ensued for Moors to protect and defend were the Taino, Aztec, and Powhatan Wars, the Pequot War, King Philip’s War, the Pueblo Revolt, Queen Anne’s War, the French and Indian War, the Tuscarora War, the Yamasee War, the Creek War, Pontiac’s Conspiracy, Lord Dunmore’s War, the First, Second, and Third Seminole Wars, the Black Hawk War, the Navajo Conflicts, the Ute Wars, the Modoc War, the Red River War, and the Nez Percé War.
Daryl interviews Tom Dunmore, who is not only a fellow Englishman but also one of the co-founders of XI Quarterly magazine. Daryl and Tom discuss the role immigrants have played (and continue to play) in American soccer, what American soccer culture looks like to English eyes and how the NASL changed Johan Cruyff.
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