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  • 00:15

    World Record Holder Swimmer-Kate Ziegler

    in Business

    Today on the BeachLifestyle Radio Show, Hosts Neil Haley & GJ Reynolds will interview World Record Holder in the 1500m Freestyle! Please welcome Kate Ziegler to the show!


    It was nothing but gold for Kate Ziegler. She burst onto the scene at an early age capturing World titles in 2005 at the age of 16 in the 800 and 1500 meter freestyles. The next year she became only the second woman to break the 16 minute barrier in the mile. But those performances were just a taste of what Kate had in store for the world. In 2007, she captured gold in the 800 and 1500 meter freestyles at the 2007 World Championships in Melbourne, Australia. In June she shattered the oldest standing World Record in the 1500 meter freestyle by 10 seconds, which was previously held by swimming legend Janet Evans. She finished off the year by adding two National titles and three more World Records to her long list of accomplishments.


    Yet, with great success often comes great disappointment. Personal struggles translated into a disappointing 2008 Olympics for Kate. Never one to stay knocked down, she rediscovered her passion for swimming and emerged better than ever. She qualified again for the 2012 Olympics. Yet, again she left disappointed; this time because of a performance crippling illness.


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  • 00:15

    World Record Holder-Kate Ziegler

    in Entertainment


    Today on the BeachLifestyle Radio Show, Host Neil Haley will interview World Record Holder for the Women's 1500m freestyle swim!

     

    It was nothing but gold for Kate Ziegler.  She burst onto the scene at an early age capturing World titles in 2005 at the age of 16 in the 800 and 1500 meter freestyles.  The next year she became only the second woman to break the 16 minute barrier in the mile.  But those performances were just a taste of what Kate had in store for the world.  In 2007, she captured gold in the 800 and 1500 meter freestyles at the 2007 World Championships in Melbourne, Australia.  In June she shattered the oldest standing World Record in the 1500 meter freestyle by 10 seconds, which was previously held by swimming legend Janet Evans.  She finished off the year by adding two National titles and three more World Records to her long list of accomplishments.

     

    Yet, with great success often comes great disappointment. Personal struggles translated into a disappointing 2008 Olympics for Kate.  Never one to stay knocked down, she rediscovered her passion for swimming and emerged better than ever.  She qualified again for the 2012 Olympics.  Yet, again she left disappointed; this time because of a performance crippling illness.  

     

     

  • 00:15

    World Record Holder Olympian Kate Ziegler

    in Business

    Today on the BeachLifestyle Radio Show, Host Neil Haley will interview World Record Holder for the Women's 1500m freestyle swim!


    It was nothing but gold for Kate Ziegler.  She burst onto the scene at an early age capturing World titles in 2005 at the age of 16 in the 800 and 1500 meter freestyles.  The next year she became only the second woman to break the 16 minute barrier in the mile.  But those performances were just a taste of what Kate had in store for the world.  In 2007, she captured gold in the 800 and 1500 meter freestyles at the 2007 World Championships in Melbourne, Australia.  In June she shattered the oldest standing World Record in the 1500 meter freestyle by 10 seconds, which was previously held by swimming legend Janet Evans.  She finished off the year by adding two National titles and three more World Records to her long list of accomplishments.


    Yet, with great success often comes great disappointment. Personal struggles translated into a disappointing 2008 Olympics for Kate.  Never one to stay knocked down, she rediscovered her passion for swimming and emerged better than ever.  She qualified again for the 2012 Olympics.  Yet, again she left disappointed; this time because of a performance crippling illness.  

  • 00:31

    Ernestine Shepherd - World's Oldest Female Bodybuilder/Guinnes Book World Record

    in Health

    Ernestine Shepherd (June 16, 1936) was the oldest competitive female bodybuilder in the world, as declared by the Guinness Book of World Records in 2010 and 2011.


    Ms. Shepherd is in better shape than most people, decades her junior. Up at 3 a.m. every morning, she spends her days running, lifting weights and working out.  She also works as a certified personal trainer at her gym.


    Feeling better than she did at 40,”Bodybuilding champion Ernestine Shepherd shows us that ”being out of shape” as we age truly is merely an option — NOT a mandate!  She is a role model not just for senior women everywhere, but for every one of us. .


    Inspired by Sylvester Stallone she is a die-hard “Rocky” fan, and fan of First Lady Michelle Obama.  She says Sylvester Stallone is her man, and she would love to meet him one day.  Also, she is looking for an excuse to meet the First Lady Michelle Obama and help her with her work on controlling obesity, who she calls “so beautiful, inside and out.”  She feels they are on the same mission and should combine their work.


    Her diet consists of 1,700 calories a day, mostly from boiled egg whites, chicken, vegetables and a liquid egg white drink, and she runs about 80 miles a week; she does not take supplements.  She is trained by former Mr. Universe Yohannie Shambourger.

  • 00:34

    Get a Tune Up or Wait until You are Broken Down? - Olympic Champion Tells All

    in Health

    The Self Discovery Show, with Jessica Baker interviews Ed Moses, an Olympic Champion, world record holder, and the Fitness Director of pH Labs/Proactive Health! This episode will perhaps change your perspective on wellness, expand your idea of fitness, and show you the tools you can use to take assertive control of your health! 


    Mr. Glenn Edward Moses, known to friends, fans and colleagues as Ed, is lending his personal insight to helping people be mindful of the right path to optimizing their body.  As an Olympic Champion at the Sydney Olympics and multiple world record holder, he knows what it takes to achieve success time and time again. And now, he is here to share his journey to long term lifestyle techniques he has used to achieve his goals and continues to implement daily.


    Mr. Moses received his B.S. in Sports Medicine from the University of Virginia and is currently an MBA candidate, 2016, at the Anderson School of Business, UCLA. 

  • 02:59

    The Wacky World of Sal Lizard

    in Entertainment

    It's "Wacky Wednesday" and I invite you to join me tonight (April 22nd, at 8:00 PM Eastern) when I 'm joined by Bill Blair.  Bill is an actor and make-up artist who holds the world record for "Most Special Effect Make-Up Characters Portrayed In A Career"!  I met Bill at a STARFLEET conference in Ohio and ran into him again at an actor workshop in Los Angeles a couple years back.

    Call in and be a part of our show! If you've listened to my show before, you know that nothing is off-topic and that it's uncensored -- ANYTHING is allowed and usually happens! The call-in number is (646) 668-8612.

    Note: The Wacky World of Sal Lizard is a weekly unscripted, unrehearsed, and uncensored entertainment show presented through the BlogTalkRadio network. Due to language used and content of an adult nature,it is not generally appropriate for all audiences. Callers are recorded and the recordings are available in the show archives. Callers may receive cash and merchandise prizes for their participation in the show or its contests.


    Be sure to check out the show's companion page at http://thewackyworld.com/

    In the meantime, "Stay Wacky, my friends!"

  • 00:05

    Setting The Record Straight

    in News

    News, Current Events.

  • 00:57

    Mitchell Interviews Jackie Miller on A Better World Radio on Book Heart at Work

    in Lifestyle

    Listen on-line at www.abetterworld.tv or by phone!  602 753-1860.


    Wednesday, May 27, 6pm EDT: On this week’s radio program Mitchell interviews renowned author and co-founder of the non-profit organization, Partnerships for Change, Jacqueline Miller.


    Jackie is the author/anthologist originally with Jack Canfield of the book Heart at Work.Jackie spearheaded this pioneering book, which tells stories and provide strategies for building self-esteem and reawakening the soul at work.


    Buy the book  Heart at Work here.


    Jackie Miller  is an internationally recognized expert, consultant, and speaker in the arena of self-esteem. With her husband, Andrew Michael, she co- founded and currently serves as the President of Partnerships for Change. This organization is dedicated to the acceleration of social, economic, environmental and personal transformation as well community self-reliance.She has also served as an executive for several U.S. corporations such as Sara Lee Corporation, Shasta Beverages and Capri Sun, Inc., and PHH Corporation, she has deepened her understanding and appreciation of workplace issues.Heart at Work has recently been newly released with entirely new stories of inspiration and will be available through A Better World. Mitchell has written a chapter in this latest edition as well..Tune in for this re-airing of an inspiring dialogue between these two colleagues and good friends.

  • 00:15

    Setting The Record Straight

    in News

    News, Current Events,

  • 00:33

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    Today we will continue with the speech Malcolm El Haji Malik Shabazz on Feb. 13, 1965****"They call it a humanitarian project and that they're doing it in the name of freedom. And all of this, these glorious terms, are used to pave the way in your mind for what they're going to do. Then they take Tshombe. You've heard of Tshombe. He's the worst African that was ever born. The lowest type that was ever born. He's a murderer himself. He's the murderer of Lumumba, the former prime minister of--the first and only rightful prime minister of the Congo. He's an international--he's a murderer with an international stature as a murderer. Yet the United States government went and got Tshombe in Spain, and put him as the head of the Congolese government. This is criminal! Here's a man who's a murderer, so the United States takes him, puts him over the Congo, and supports his government with your tax dollars. Now--they hired him to occupy the position as head of state over the Congo--a killer! He is a hired killer himself! His salary's paid by the United States government. And he turns--his first move is to bring in South Africans, who hate everything in sight. He hires those South Africans to come and kill his own Congolese people. And the United States, again, pays their salary. You know, it's something to think about. How do you think you would feel right now if some Congolese brothers walked up to you--and they look just like you, don't think you don't look Congolese. You look as much Congolese as a Congolese does. They got all kinds of Congolese over there. How would you feel if one of them walked up to you and asked you about what your government is doing in the Congo.

  • 00:59

    (R)evolution with PJ Manney

    in Technology

    Author PJ Manney discusses her new techno-thriller (R)evolution with hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon. 


    Bioengineer Peter Bernhardt has dedicated his life to nanotechnology, the science of manipulating matter on the atomic scale. As the founder of Biogineers, he is on the cusp of revolutionizing brain therapies with microscopic nanorobots that will make certain degenerative diseases a thing of the past. But after his research is stolen by an unknown enemy, seventy thousand people die in Las Vegas in one abominable moment. This catastrophe sets in motion events that will forever change not only his life but also the course of human evolution.


    Desperate, Peter turns to an old friend, who introduces him to the Phoenix Club, a cabal of the most powerful men in the world. To make himself more valuable to his new colleagues, Peter infuses his brain with experimental technology, exponentially upgrading his mental prowess and transforming him irrevocably.


    As he’s exposed to unimaginable wealth and influence, Peter’s sense of reality begins to unravel. Do the club members want to help him, or do they just want to claim his technology? What will they do to him once they have their prize? And while he’s already evolved beyond mere humanity, is he advanced enough to take on such formidable enemies and win?


    PJ Manney is a former chairperson of Humanity+, the author of "Empathy in the Time of Technology: How Storytelling is the Key to Empathy," and a frequent guest host and guest on  The World Transformed. She has worked in motion-picture PR at Walt Disney/Touchstone Pictures, story development and production for independent film production companies (Hook, Universal Soldier, It Could Happen to You), and writing for television (Hercules--The Legendary Journeys, Xena: Warrior Princess).