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Live the “sweat life” with guest deejay, Deanna Black and her guest, Anjua Maximo. Anjua is a life coach and the catalyst/co-founder of Grooveryde, Cleveland’s premiere indoor cycling, yoga fusion and boot camp experience. This fitness entrepreneur is also the creator of Pure Mvmnt and says, "I am truly experiencing that moment when what I think, say and do are in alignment. I love coaching. It is my calling, what fills me up, what I could do every day. Helping others to see their greatness and possibility is what I dedicate my life to. Amen and a high five!"
Deanna and Anjua will also share their professional experience with lululemon, the fitness clothing company (possibly more famous for its see-through yoga pants), and how it transformed their lives. Find your calling and live your purpose now with Deanna and Anjua.
Join Phillip, Ryan, and the Baltimore Soccer Report Crew as they talk all things MASL soccer with a specific focus on the Baltimore Blast.This week the guys will talk about how the Blast went 2-0 over a very strong Milwaukee Wave team. They will also preview the Blast's upcoming game against the Syracuse SilverKnight this weekend.
In addition we will also air our post game interview with Pat Healey from this weekend as well.
This will be the last live show before the Christmas break so be sure to tune in and call in with any questions or comments!!
Ally Stacher is a professional cyclist with Specialized-Lululemon. She's a support rider who does everything she possibly can do to help her team succeed. Stacher
inherited a love of homemade juicing from her aunt, who bought her a Jack LaLanne juicer during her sophomore year of college. “I was instantly hooked,” she says. “My roommate and I started juicing like crazy.”
It’s a habit that Stacher continues today—even while on the road. “I was traveling with a little Omega juicer,” she says. “It was perfect—it fit into my backpack so I never had to put it in my checked bag. Then the travel got to it and it died on me. It was an incredibly sad day. I now travel with a Breville juicer my teammate bought me for my birthday. It’s pretty easy to lug around. I will say, though, when you go through security with a juicer in your backpack it tends to set off the alarm.”
Stacher claims to be a frugal juicer—“I don’t do too many add-ins…the occasional wheat grass, but that’s about it.”—but admits to being crazy for beets. And for good reason: Research show that drinking beetroot juice can boost a cyclist’s endurance. In one study, volunteers were able to ride about a minute and a half longer compared to when they drank a placebo. Ninety-two seconds may not seem like a lot, but in the world of professional cycling, it’s more than enough to separate the winners from the losers.
The Entertainment Broadcast Network proudly brings to you another entertaining episode of, "Total Lacrosse with Jonny Vegas"! Our Network is POWERED by Ministry Of Lacrosse!
Today's guest is Nick Desrosiers of The United States Lacrosse League(USLL)!!
Tune in to find out all of the latest news about the USLL! Host Jonny Vegas Namer will ask Nick about when the USLL's Inaugural season will most likely start, what teams and how many teams does he expect to be competing in the USLL's Inaugural season, and much more!
Starting a tank to house aquatic life in is a very important process in order for that aquatic life to survive. In this episode of Aquatics Euphoria, guest Amber Sheriff will give a run down on the do's and don't's of starting a tank on through the cycling process and much more. Amber will explain these do's and don't's so that beginner fish keeping hobbyists will have success in setting up the habitat for their aquatic life they will purchase with their hard earned money. Call in live 1-347-677-1837!
The Adrenal Reset Diet: Strategically Cycle Carbs and Proteins to Lose Weight, Balance Hormones, and Move from Stressed to Thriving is Dr. Alan Christianson's newest book.
In this show, you'll learn:
- How to tell whether your adrenals are stressed, wired, and tired... or crashed
- Which adrenal tonics, exercises, and foods are best for you
- How to turn off the triggers of weight gain with carbohydrate cycling, circadian repair, and simple breathing exercises.
Join Phil, Ryan and the Baltimore Soccer Report crew as they talk about the upcoming back to back Baltimore Blast home games against the Milwaukee Wave. The Baltimore Blast hope to maintain their undefeated season this weekend.
Feel free to join into in the conversation at 347-843-4615
During the winter, many of us spend hours and days at a time couped up inside. When indoor air pollution accumulates, it causes adverse health effects on the residents of the building. These effects include headaches, eye irritation, fatigue, dry throat, sinus congestion, dizziness and nausea.
But there are a variety of ways for us to create a healthy, relaxing and tranquil living space, with just a few additions and lifestyle changes.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as she shares 10 ways to create healthy living space.
Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-9433.
A LaMar Alexander Story:
LaMar Alexander grew up in a homesteading family. For him, self-sufficiency, including gardening, raising animals and “doing for ourselves” was normal and necessary. He tried city life after college, but says he felt like a slave to a house, bills and employers. At 35, he made a change.
“I had a wake up call,” he explains, “that made me realize that what I really wanted was a simple homestead cabin and to eliminate my dependence on the system, so I could live sustainably while I pursued my dreams.”
So Alexander built a house. A very small, 14 ft. x 14 ft. house. A solar and wind powered off-the-grid cabin with a kitchen, bathroom and living room downstairs and a bedroom and office upstairs. It cost him $2,000 to build not including the recycled doors and windows, the front porch, and the solar system.
Being an avid outdoorsman, Alexander didn’t need a lot of indoor space, but as an author, videographer, and off-the-grid builder, he did need need modern amenities including a cell phone, Internet access, electric lights, indoor toilet, and shower etc., and he has them. Alexander says his tiny house is easy to clean, cheap to heat and cool, and he has no house payments or monthly utility bills.
“I now have the freedom to pursue my dreams,” he says, “and the money I make stays in my pocket and can be used for vacations or to help my family and for a secure retirement. That is the freedom that an off-grid lifestyle makes possible.”
Thomas Tadlock has been recognized as one of the top 5 trainers in the USA, with his first personal training company, winning the “Best of Award” 7 years in a row, and his second company becoming the largest indoor fitness boot camp in Orange County California. He was MTV’s 2003 Hottest Body, and is currently the host of the number one vegan fitness & bodybuilding podcast on iTunes, the Vegan Body Revolution show, with thousands of subscribers world-wide. He holds a master’s degree in Exercise Science & Health Promotion and 8 national fitness and health certifications. He has successfully led trainings for thousands of individuals, organizations and entrepreneurs nation-wide, including professional recording artists, models, and entrepreneurs.
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