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Bart Yasso of Runners World Magazine is on to share stories about running and to talk about his book, "The Runners World Big Book of Marathon and Half Marathon Training." Bart answers questions from the audience and talks about cross training, preparation for hilly marathons, common injuries, the Boston and NYC marathon, the Rolling Stone cover and much, much more. Enjoy.
An extremely insightful discussion with Dr. Robert Portman, Chairman of Pacific Health Labs. Anyone training to run a Half Marathon or beyond should listen to this show. Learn how nutrition, meal timing and feeding effect your ability to perform and recover.
I have participated in a few 5ks, a couple of mud runs and a 10 mile race in Austin,TX - but I have never fully committed to training for any of them. I love to run, but I have always been about half dedicated to it. Going into a new chapter in my life I decided that this would be the perfect time to discipline myself with all of my passions, using running as my daily foundation.
On this episode of Breathe Sexy Live, I will be discussing the importance of healthy habits, self love, focus and the power of discipline to reach lofty goals and dreams.
Many runners are afraid to change the way they run even though they are plagued with running injuries. Richard Diaz and guest Peter Faletto, PT, gait correction expert, explain how a runner would change the way they run to reduce injury and improve performance.
Both Richard and Peter are highly experienced in the practice of neuromuscular re-education through a very unique system of unweighting and passively correcting poor gait mechanics while in motion. Any runner who is engaged in marathon training, half marathon training or even high intensity sprint speed athletics should tune into this episode.
Due to the Thanksgiving Holiday and Chapman taking a reprieve, today's show is a repeat.
In Powerful, repeat episode #27, broadcasted from the Yucatan, Chapman begins to guide her audience into the "soul" realm. She will begin to discuss and teach what you must do to WIN at the Game of Life. Yes, she believes Life is a game. And like any game, you must have a strategy; you must learn to successfully implement two strategies. She will share what she believes these two things are. If you want to be a Winner, grab a pen, pencil, pad, and bring a friend. Live Tuesday 9:00 A.M. Eastern, 12:00 Noon Pacific.
Note: Live Episodes commence January 6, 2015 Happy Thanksgiving!
Alanna McGinn answers your baby, child, and adult sleep questions in this segment of Good Night Sleep Clinic's Q&A. You can call in at (773) 897-6300 and ask Alanna your sleep question or let's get social! Pop over to www.facebook.com/goodnightsleepsite and ask your sleep question on the open thread or tweet Alanna at @GNSleepSite and she'll answer your sleep question live on-air.
Carlton Richard is a firm and Proud believer of Christ
Certified Personal Trainer
Sports Specific Training, High Intensity Training, Weight Loss, and Weight Training
Background: From Vinton, LA(Outside of Lake Charles, LA)
Carlton Attended Southeastern Louisiana University then transferred to Santa Monica College. There he played 2 years before transferring to Texas A&M Commerce. He played 1 year there and eventually finished up at Cal Lutheran University. He has traveled all over the US with his athletics and has planted roots in Dallas TX. He has been training professionally since 2004, got into training one on one with athletes in 2007 till the present.
His High school accolades are: All State WR, All Southwest LA, State Champion Hurdler/State Runner Up long jumper, All District Basketball.
Join me, your Host Leslie Renee as we discuss the mind, body and soul as we enjoy music from the latest inspirational artist!! Call in # 323 693 3830
Join us on November 25th at 8 pm Eastern as Katherine Josten, artist and founder of the Global Art Project for Peace discusses how local communities from across the globe actively join together to promote peace through art. Hear how this work inspires personal and social evolution through creativity and learn how you can participate in this project with thousands of others to share your own artistic expression of friendship and peace to form a Global Community.
Katherine Josten is an artist, educator, speaker and Founder/Director of the Global Art Project for Peace, a multi-cultural celebration of peace and diversity that has involved 130,000 participants in 85 countries on seven continents. The mission of the Project is to joyously create a culture of peace through art. Nominated for a UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prize for the Promotion of Tolerance and Non-Violence, the Global Art Project for Peace gives people in local communities an opportunity to join together to form a cooperative Global Community.
Stephen Kotev is a Washington D.C. based conflict resolution consultant offering mediation, negotiation and facilitation services, conflict coaching, training and somatic education to private and government clients. He holds a Master of Science degree from George Mason University’s School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution and a black belt in the Japanese martial art of Aikido. Stephen is a nationally recognized expert on how to maintain your performance under pressure and the Chair of the Association for Conflict Resolution’s Taskforce on Safety in ADR.
Jane Elliott is an American former schoolteacher, recognized most prominently as an anti-racism activist and educator. She is also known as a feminist and LGBT activist. Elliott created the famous "blue-eyed/brown-eyed" exercise, first
done with third-grade school children in the 1960s, which later became the basis for her career in diversity training.
The exercise was conducted the day following Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination. The purpose of the exercise was
to try to teach her students the effects of being a minority. Her exercise, and the subsequent controversy, became the basis for the television documentaries Eye of the Storm (1970) and A Class Divided (1985). Elliott was also recipient of the National Mental Health Association Award for Excellence in Education and many other awards.
Mari Smith is one of the world’s top social media thought leaders, widely recognized for her Facebook marketing expertise.
She is the author of The New Relationship Marketing and co-author of Facebook Marketing: An Hour A Day.
Fast Company described Mari as, “A veritable engine of personal branding, a relationship marketing whiz and Pied Piper of the Online World.”
Forbes named Mari one of the top ten Social Media Power Influencers several years in a row, and Dun & Bradstreet Credibility named Mari one of the top ten Most Influential Small Business People on Twitter.
Mari’s background includes over twelve years in the fields of relationships, marketing and Internet technology.
As a passionate social media leader, Mari travels the US and internationally to provide engaging social media keynotes and in-depth training to entrepreneurs and corporations.
A self described “bubbly Scottish-Canadian,” Mari lives in San Diego, California.