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The Power of the Core – I’m hosting a FREE 7 Day Core Challenge this week. You can email me at DaivaFit@gmail.com to join. What are the muscles that make up the core and what do we need to do to get that flat stomach and abs?! Are crunches and ab lounges really going to do the trick? What’s the science behind getting a 6 pack? And why is it dangerous to carry weight around the middle?
Woody O'Brien joined us today to discuss the state of the economy and the state of the markets. The cost of many commodities is now below their cost of production. This will inevitably lead to supply crunches and market disruptions, whether it's oil or precious metals. When will the big major banks decide to reverse the flow and take the metals higher? When does the manipulation end, because Woody says it is going to end. That's a certainty.
our core is a complex series of muscles, extending far beyond your abs, including everything besides your arms and legs. It is incorporated in almost every movement of the human body. These muscles can act as an isometric or dynamic stabilizer for movement, transfer force from one extremity to another, or initiate movement itself.
Your core most often acts as a stabilizer and force transfer center rather than a prime mover. Yet consistently people focus on training their core as a prime mover and in isolation. This would be doing crunches or back extensions versus functional movements like deadlifts, overhead squats, and pushups, among many other functional closed chain exercises.1 By training that way, not only are you missing out on a major function of the core, but also better strength gains, more efficient movement, and longevity of health.
Every day people do countless crunches, run on the treadmill and drink protein shakes because that's what those people on TV do and they look great! Many people try for months to no avail and then give up on their routine all together. Well tune in Thursday at 4pm CST and I will give you all the moves and tips to get that look you want witout pills, silly contraptions or workouts. If you've listened to previous shows you know the answer, but if you are new to WellFit Radio Chicago you need to listen up!
Can you do crunches while walking?, does Zumba really work? No more excuses, today new forms of exercise are the new revolution, join us tomorrow for our daily workout. And what are NutHuggers?
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Work out with fun and music... Not really just welcome to another day in ""The Chat Room... with Tony Wolf Paw"
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Can lifestyle changes really improve people's health? The evidence for the importance of healthy lifestyles is now overwhelming. Let's talk about it! Please join the conversation with Sister2Sistah and guest speaker Shameeka Hunt.
The creator of KeepMeTight® shapewear didn’t have time to agonize over her midsection after having 2 children. As a wife, mother and businesswoman, her days were spent worrying about project deadlines and spit-ups, not crunches and sit-ups. So she did the math, 2 kids + 2 C-sections + 1 busy career equals a mommy who needs her body back and fast. But how? Like most women, she turned to shapewear to fix her problem.
After an exhaustive search, she discovered that finding a good shaper for the tummy area was a challenge. The fabric quality, comfort level and amount of support weren’t always on the mark. Realizing the need for everyday shapewear that smooths the most stubborn pooch or muffin top, stays in place and feels natural - the idea behind KeepMeTight® was born!
Through months of research, fabric analysis, and rigorous product testing, the wife and busy mother of two designed a prototype of the first KeepMeTight® product - the Hour Glas. The Hour Glas and all products to follow are adjustable, breathable, made with cotton, and is super comfortable. KeepMeTight® proved to be the founder’s best creation, well, besides her beautiful babies!
This week again we are lucky to have Sherri Snelling with us as my Co-host. Sherri is the founder of the Caregiving Club and the author of "A Cast of Caregivers." You can learn more about Sherri by checkingout her website.
Today our guests will be:
Ruth Curran from Cranium Crunches will talk about her personal journey in developing brain games to help caregivers and loved ones stay connected. She has developed a new one too, called “RELAX.”
Gary Kaye from In the Boom Box is tech guru who will talk about tech trends to support caregivers.
Both of our guests are so timely with the holiday’s right around the corner! Get your pad of paper to take notes for great gift ideas.
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ODALIS TALKS ABOUT HIGH INTENSITY WORKOUT FOR YOUR ABS WHICH INCLUDES A WARM UP. DIFFERENT STYLES OF GETTING THE GOOD BURN TO GET THAT BLANKET OF FAT OFF YOUR BELLY. HANGING LEG RAISES AS WELL AS CABLE ROPE CRUNCHES, OBLIQUES, BARBELL TWIST. WHY PEOPLE FAIL IN GETTING THE PERFECT ABS AND SO MUCH MORE
NEW AGE CHRISTIAN LEADERS Strange manifestations occur in both children & adults such as falling to the floor called carpet-time producing “holy laughter, “animal noises, roar like a lion, cluck like a chicken, bark like a dog. Howling at the moon; crawling on the floor like a snake or animal. Also, bellowing warrior or war cries and wielding imaginary, golden swords, doubling-over as if punched in the stomach (referred to as “doing crunches,” in a drunken stupor. The strangest thing is to see a group as the women are pretending to “give birth” rocking and wailing on the hands and knees like a beast while the men have hold of their ankles. They are assimilating giving birth to a Kundalini “revival”.
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Exercising is, hands-down, one of the best physical things you can do for your health. Besides being beneficial for weight management, exercise can reduce your risk of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and depression, and it can increase your energy levels, help you think clearer, and slow down the aging process.
Both young children and animals clearly demonstrate the proper way to exercise: in short but aggressive or intense spurts with rest in between.
you don't need to exercise for long periods of time—as long as you're exercising correctly! As it turns out, the most effective and efficient way to work out is to 'remember' your ancestral roots, meaning, how humans used to move; session only requires about 20 minutes or less, two or three times a week, opposed to an hour or more on the treadmill, several times a week.
One of the main reasons for this is that in order to achieve muscle definition, regardless of what area of your body you're targeting, you need to lose fat, and spot-specific exercises like crunches are not an efficient way to boost fat loss.
High intensity exercises can make a dramatic difference here, because these exercises not only boost fat burning, they also automatically help create muscle definition all over your body, while simultaneously improving your aerobic fitness; but so is what you eat and drink.
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This week's guest is Ruth Curran TimetoPlay professional resource and "Captain Cruncher" from Cranium Crunches.
The focus is how each of us can keep our brains working well and how to make that
1) fun and
2) part of our everyday lives:
Use it or Lose it theory Identifying and then practicing those things that we struggle with Finding things Remembering Names Paying Attention Finding the Right Words Remember Why You Came to the Room (the Doorway theory) Distractions What can you do? The power of play Neurobics: things you can do every day to mix it up and fire up the brain The power of exercise and diet Feed you chemicals Create good chemicals with exercise Multitasking, distractions, and functioning well Practice what you need and make it fun so you will do it over and over and over Each week professional resources from www.timetoplay.com join us to discuss ways to make our life better. CAN'T LISTEN Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.? It's recorded! Listen at your convenience any time afterwards. Embrace the TimetoPlay philosophy: You have to be happy, healthy, have money and a work life balance to have quality of life. It's time to enjoy life.