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Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon and her health and fitness guests as we broadcast, live on Saturday, May 31, 2014 for a special extended radio show, 9 - 11 a.m. from Celebration Church in Columbia, MD. It's the Men's Health and Fitness Fest.
The live broadcast, Pt. 2, will begin at 10 a.m.
Please join us. This will be your opportunity for you to call into the studio and speak with nutritional coaches, acupuncturists, dentists, doctors and nurses. Professionals will also be sharing beauty and grooming tips.
Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.
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On tonight's episode of Breakthrough with Lew we talk about the difference between change and transformation. We also respond to listener feedback from last weeks show and check in on Mike's weight loss progress. If you are looking to lose weight or improve your health and wellness this is the show for you.
Lew has dedicated himself to providing you with the very best in Personal Fitness Training and Life Coaching.
an ISSA Certified Personal Fitness Trainer.
Certified Professional Life Coach and Professional NLP Practitioner certified with the International Certification Board of Clinical Hypnotherapy. Certified Stress Management Coach and Food Psychology Coach certified with Spencer Institute.
On tonight's episode of Breakthrough with Lew we talk about what is the best fitness routine for me? We will discuss Cardio, Strength Training and Cross Training to help you decide where to begin. We also give you advice on how to lose weight while you're sick and how to pick a personal trainer. If you are looking to improve your health or lose weight this is the show for you.
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On tonight's episode of Breakthrough with Lew, Lew and Mike talk about the "why" in motivation. What makes us motivated to accomplish a goal and how do we take the steps to get there? Lew gives a life-coaching message that you won't want to miss along with Mike's great weight loss for the week. Enjoy the show!
WE WILL BE HAVING OUR GUEST HOST JAYMON WALKER BACK LIVE ON THE AIR!!!! TUNE IN FOR A AMAZING SHOW ON HEALTH AND FITNESS, AND WHAT TIPS YOU CAN USE TO CREATE A BETTER YOU!!! YOU DONT WANT TO MISS THIS SHOW, IF YOU ARE STRUGGLING WITH YOUR WEIGHT OR YOU YOU ARE JUST TRYING TO MAINTAIN THIS IS THE SHOW FOR YOU!!!!! TUNE IN MEMEORIAL DAY NIGHT AT 8PM!!!
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This month's episode of Stark Naked Radio focuses on fat loss strategies. And, this is not a plan to eat less and exercise more.
There are 5 critical areas for focusing your fat loss energy:
Detoxification and fat loss
Best nutrition for fat loss
Exercise for fat loss
Best Fat Loss Supplements
Recovery and stress management for fat loss
Miss one, and you won't get to where you want to be with your health and fitness goals.
If you're over 50, some say you're "over the hill." Others say "50 is the new 30.'" But turning 50 doesn't have to be the end of being fit and energetic. Although it may take some patience, you can be slim, sleek and foxy into your mature years.
Many difficulties of aging are linked to an inactive lifestyle. And while your chronological age may be 55, your biological age can be 35 — if you follow a consistent exercise program.
The American Association of Retired Persons points out that after the age of 50, you lose muscle mass at the rate of about half a pound per year.
Kathleen Trotter has been a personal Trainer and pilates equipment specialist for almost twelve years. She is the featured personal trainer in The Globe and Mail's online 'Fitness Basic' series, and writes two weekly pieces for the Globe.
We are joined by Kathleen to share the secrets on health and life after 50. Be a part of the conversation with Nicki Anderson LIVE on Wednesday, February 19th @ 7PM EST at BEYONDtheCheers on blogtalkradio. Dial-in TOLL FREE 1-877-357-2448 in Canada and United States to ask a question, or email in advance.
High Blood Pressure Facts
Nearly one-third of all American adults have high blood pressure. High blood pressure is when your blood pressure is higher than normal for an extended period of time. Most people with high blood pressure do not know they have the condition until it is discovered by a doctor.
The prevalence of high blood pressure increases with age, with 65% of men and 75% of women having high blood pressure after the age of 64.
People over the age of 55 with normal blood pressure have a 90% risk of developing hypertension in their lifetime.
When you have high blood pressure, your heart is working harder than normal to pump blood through your body. This is something you can’t feel. In fact, high blood pressure is commonly called a “silent killer” because it usually has no noticeable symptoms. Despite the lack of symptoms, untreated high blood pressure can lead to a greater risk for stroke or heart attack. That is why frequent blood pressure monitoring is vital.
If you have recently been diagnosed with high blood pressure, you should take it seriously. There are positive steps you can take, including making lifestyle changes and taking medicine to help. Your doctor may also recommend that you monitor your blood pressure regularly.
Managing your high blood pressure should be part of an overall heart health program that also includes managing or preventing health problems like diabetes or high cholesterol, preventing blood clots, making dietary changes, such as limiting salt, and lifestyle changes that include quitting smoking and increasing daily exercise. In addition to those efforts, some find that they need medication to reduce their blood pressure.
Eating well-balanced meals is an essential part of taking better care of yourself and managing diabetes. So is regular physical activity, which is especially important for people with diabetes and those at risk for diabetes. Balancing what you eat and your physical activity are key to managing diabetes.
Having diabetes should not prevent you from enjoying a wide variety of foods. You can learn how to eat healthful meals and include your favorite foods so you can thrive with diabetes.
Eating healthful meals is an essential part of managing diabetes. All of our recipes use healthful ingredients and cooking techniques. Try the recipes and our meal plans for healthier eating.
Manage or prevent type 2 diabetes by getting and staying active.
Personal development is a lifelong process. It's a way for people to assess their skills and qualities, consider their aims in life and set goals in order to realise and maximise their potential.
Personal development is a lifelong process. It’s a way for people to assess their skills and qualities, consider their aims in life and set goals in order to realise and maximise their potential.
This page helps you to identify the skills you need to set life goals which can enhance your employability prospects, raise your confidence and lead to a more fulfilling, higher quality life. Plan to make relevant, positive and effective life choices and decisions for your future to enable personal empowerment.
Although early life development and early formative experiences within the family, at school, etc. can help to shape us as adults, personal development should not stop later in life. This page contains information and advice that is designed to help you to think about your personal development and ways in which you can work towards goals and your full potential.