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The value of surprise in your life and for your dog! Visit www.surpriseindustries.com for more information. Below is a just a little bit of content from the site.
Surprise intensifies our emotions by about 400% (making special occasions even specialer)
Our happiest memories contain an element of surprise
Surprise deepens and brightens our relationships
We feel most comfortable when things are certain, but we feel most alive when they’re not
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Watch Tania’s TED talk on how small surprises taught her to be grateful: http://go.ted.com/u77
LIsten to today's conversation with Julie Forbes and Tania Luna about how surprise can benefit you and your dog.
Find all episodes of The Dog Show with Julie Forbes archived on www.dogradioshow.com.
Lots going on in today's episode of The Dog Show with Julie Forbes!
First a recap of the Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show which was last weekend. A miniature pig performed in a dog obedience demo, and everyone was a-buzz about Temple Grandin. (If you missed Temple Grandin on The Dog Show with Julie Forbes, just go to our website "Pawdcasts" page and you can listen from your computer. Or download for free from iTunes - it was episode #314! Next I talk with Katrina Boldry of Bold Lead Designs - the BEST dog leashes and service dog equipement you can find! www.boldleaddesigns.com and we finish the show talking with Pawzii - a software platform for animal shelters and local municipalities to manage their pet licensing programs online. Founded right here in dog-crazy Seattle! Today's show is jam-packed. Enjoy!
Experts in the service dog industry, Jeanne Hampl and Darcie Boltz share their perspective on a family highlighted with Matt Lauer who have a service dog for their small child. Can we expect a young child to know how to properly handle a dog by herself? During the interview the dog showed signs of stress that the general public wouldn't recognize, but had the dog industry ignite - like panting and yawning. This interview brings up a larger topic of service dog welfare that gets lost in the "feel-good" stories, like this, that get ignorantly run in the media all the time. My question is: WHAT ABOUT THE DOG?
Could this be the recipe for deflating the muffin top? A recent study compared three groups—those who ate a reduced-carbohydrate diet, those who combined the diet with strength training and those who combined the diet and strength-training with cardio workouts—and found that a three-tier approach was the most effective strategy to decrease abdominal fat. It's important to note that the exercises you choose and the effort you put into them really matter, says Marta Montenegro, a certified strength and conditioning coach who teaches exercise physiology at Florida International University. Instead of ho-hum treadmill-trotting and sit-ups, she recommends high-intensity workouts, which have been shown to be more effective at reducing the belly fat you can pinch with your hand, as well as the visceral fat that pads internal organs (which has been linked to metabolic disturbances and increased risk for cardiovascular disease and type-2 diabetes).
Montenegro put together this hard-core high-intensity workout based on the latest research, her work with clients and her own experience (that's her in the photos; those abs don't lie).
There's more to the Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show than pretty dogs trotting around the rings. In this episode of The Dog Show with Julie Forbes, dog training and behavior expert Julie Forbes talks with show chair Jane Anderson about all the different aspects of the Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show which is coming up on March 7 & 8. www.seattlekennelclub.org
From agility trials, to police dog demos, herding and nosework demos, and of course "K9 Freestyle" (dancing with your dog), there's plenty to entertain the whole family. Learn about breeding and other fun facts about dogs in today's informative episode.
Find all of our over 300 episodes archived on www.dogradioshow.com and also as a free audio podcast on iTunes.
So how do some people do it? I am not sure actually. I do know that REAL fitness models have to eat strict all the time and when they have shoots they go SUPER strict. Even they go up and down but on a high level. They have to workout hours a day but it’s their job. And they make $ from it. Is it worth it for me to continue working out that many hours a day to maintain this look? Maybe if it were my job, I’d do it.If I were just a normal person, I don’t think I would. It really is a lot of work and I honestly feel like you need to get paid to put yourself through this!
Also, bikini and fitness competitors all have a competition weight and an off season weight. Everyone has one. Curtis says we need to find mine too. It’s just not natural or safe to stay so low in body fat and weight all year round. He said that when he was competing he’d go up 20-30lbs in the off season and then just shed back down when it was time to hit the stage
Born and raised in the small farming community of Spiritwood, Saskatchewan, Brody Siebert grew up in a family full of musical talent. He flew down to Nashville in November of 2014 where he recorded three songs. One of the songs titled "Lay It On Me Tonight" came out the gate with lots of hometown support where it spent 4 days as the number one requested song on Saskatoon's 92.9 The Bull and hit number 85 on the Country Mediabase charts in its first month at radio
DIRT ROAD ANGELS
The five talented, creative and seasoned recording artists that make up Alberta's Dirt Road Angels are: Shawna Lynne, Shila Marie, Danita, Karen Claypool and Dahlia Wakefield. Their brand new album is called Paint The Town Red. It features catchy country rock songs such as the title track, which is their first single; the upbeat and fun song "Make Me Wanna"; they get tender on "Memories" and show their heartwarming side on "Best Friend." All are songs they wrote and performed at their 2014 Canadian Country Music Association Diamonds in the Rough showcase.
Country music became Curtis Braly's first love. While in school, he took advantage of every performing opportunity given to him. In the eighth grade, he won first place in a talent contest singing "Old Time Rock-n-Roll". That set things in motion for Curtis to seriously pursue performing live. "Something magical happened to me on that stage," he said. "I knew that music was my destiny, there is no other feeling like it!" This Texas artist's latest single is called "Doors Closing Everywhere."
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