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Marquette Falbo graduated from The University of Texas at Tyler with her BS in Health Studies in 2008. She is a certified personal trainer, group fitness instructor and nutrition coach and has been training and coaching since 2003. She currently teaches group fitness classes and trains clients at Equinox in Dallas, Tx.
Today, Marquette is going to discuss CrossFit with guest Diana Tyler, owner and coach of CrossFit 925 in San Antonio. Tune in as your fitness enthusiasts break down the total concept and even the lingo of CrossFit. Find Marquette at www.facebook.com/MarquetteFalboPersonalTraining and Diana at www.facebook.com/CrossFit925 and www.fit4faith.com.
Marquette is excited to interview Griff Long on the show today!
Griff is the Vice President of Operations at a large corporation, Ironman finisher, a member of the Team USA Triathlon 2013 and 2014, USA triathlon coach, certified CrossFit coach, husband, and dad. He tells us how he prepares for triathlons and what keeps him going. Tune in to hear his story!
Marquette University's head volleyball coach, Ryan Theis, will be discussing the importance and role of preparing the days before the actual event. Areas covered include: the role of the coach, the role of the athlete and how communication melds the two together.
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Curious about running and sprinting? Interested in sprint training? We have all the answers to your questions today on the show with guests Ben Clark and Crystal Pollard, of A Tribe Called Sprinters! You can find TCS online at:
Nicholos Dillion - Entrepreneur Risk Managment 6:15pm
An entrepreneur in his own right, Dillon is on a mission to pursue his passion and build a legacy of influence. The Milwaukee native possesses a Bachelors of Arts in Communication and a Masters in Adult Education, as an alumnus of Marquette University and University of Phoenix, respectively. Nicholas also completed an additional MS degree in Counseling from the University of Wisconsin – Platteville and is currently enrolled in a Post Graduate Doctoral Certification in Behavioral Psychology.
Chaplain Benny - Chaplain 7:15pm
Chaplain Benny, a former inmate that has gone on to do amazing things in his community. Chaplain Benny will share his journey of how he has become an Adjunct Professor & Teacher inside the prison, and Vice President of Rising Hope, a program that offers one year of college level courses to people incarcerated in NY State Prisons
Stay Tuned! Fans of radio definitely know who BUMPER MORGAN is! Those who were from Milwaukee especally know his voice from HOT 102 (102.1 WLUM) in its heyday ("...crankin' out 50,000 watts atop of Brew City... more jams than the Marquette Interchange!")
Check him out on a VERY SPECIAL EPISODE of "30JK" this Saturday @ 3pm CT/1pm PT over BlogTalkRadio -- 347-857-2310... www.blogtalkradio.com/JKFX4LIFE; see ya then! BlogTalkRadio..."where it's ALWAYS good to talk!"
See ya on the Flipside! And KEEP IT OLD SCHOOL, BABY!!! ;)
Karen Falbo is the Nutrition Education Program Manager for Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage
Karen Falbo is a certified nutritionist and the National Nutrition Program Manager for Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage. At Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage, Karen is involved in creating employee and community education. Karen travels all over the country teaching classes on the Paleo Diet also called the Ancestral Health Movement. With over two decades of counseling experience she can inspire you to apply lifestyle habits that lead to health and vitality. Karen is a certified fitness instructor & Hatha Yoga Instructor as well as the author of the Vital Abundance Cookbook a whole foods cookbook, emphasizing gluten-free & yeast-free tips and recipes. In 2010 Karen was appointed by the Governor to the CO Food System Advisory Council. The council is a 15-member body composed of state agencies and diverse food system stakeholders with the charge to advance recommendations to strengthen healthy food access for all Coloradans through Colorado agriculture, local food systems, and economies.
We'll look at all the craziness that is March Madness and the NCAA Tournament.
*How did the Wisconsin Badgers make it out of Milwaukee and into the Sweet Sixteen, especially against the Oregon Ducks? We'll tell you what changed in the second half to get Ben Brust and company back in the game being 12 down at the half. What lies ahead for Bo Ryan, Sam Dekker, and company in the Sweet 16? Plus, audio from Dekker, Brust, and Traevon Jackson, courtsey of B5Q's Parker Gabriel.
*It was a great rebound of a season for the Milwaukee Panthers. We'll discuss the year Rob Jeter, Jordan Aaron, and company had.
What made Buzz Williams leave Marquette? We'll speculate and debate who could be the next Golden Eagles coach.
The Milwaukee Brewers' season is starting very soon! We'll begin our preview of the Brew Crew this weekend!
Plus, NFL free agency and our Dupa of the Week
On Thursday, 7/5/14 @ (1:30PM, p.s.t./4:30PM, e.s.t.)
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(S5) Life Changers on GD's A Touch of Grace Presents...
Thomas Weatherspoon is an athlete, businessman, poet, writer, spiritual mentor and professional trainer who has spent more than twenty years shaping the futures of world-class athletes by challenging them to reach beyond their pre-conceived potential.
Born in Chicago, Weatherspoon grew up in a family strong spiritually, academically and athletically. Mother Berta, a baptist minister, instilled an unwavering faith in God, while father Willie, ex-military, demanded a strong work ethic. The combination proved golden for this talented midwest family. Weatherspoon’s sister Sandy, the youngest and only girl, graduated from Marquette University at the top of her class with degrees in finance and Spanish. Younger brother Kenny holds American and Olympic records in the triple jump, and won the gold in 1996 in Atlanta. Older brother Darryl was All-American wide out and attended West Virginia University on a football scholarship; he turned down the NFL to pursue a degree at Marquette, and now teaches high school English. Thomas was a four-sport a year athlete in high school all three years. He attended Wisconsin to study psychology and communications, participating in basketball and track and field. By his senior year, Weatherspoon was a six-time All-American and double National Champion in the long and triple jumps. After college he pursued his Olympic dreams with Athletes in Action, a Christian-based track club, but after competing at the national and international level for a few years, his focused changed to coaching and training athletes.
Full Bio: http://thomasweatherspoon.com/html/bio.html
Scott Falbo of Front 9 Technologies is the developer of iJuor. iJuror is an iPad app that helps attorneys not only pick juries but provides a systematic menthod for rating jurors. It allows lawyers to put away their pen and paper chart and step into the 21st Century. Host Ed Heyburn provides his perspective on how lawyers can and should use iJuror in their cases.
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