On this episode of Wellness For Life Radio:
All About Fitness
Clever remains a dedicated Rogue athlete and currently trains in Van Nuys, CA, near her lifelong L.A. stomping grounds. Now over 30, she elected to take a hiatus from individual CrossFit competition in 2014, but did take part in the team events at the SoCal Regionals.
Marie Spano, MS, RD, CSCS, CSSD
Exercise Trends and Warm Weather Fitness Strategies
Spano has appeared on CNN, NBC, ABC, Fox and CBS affiliates, and authored hundreds of magazine articles and trade publication articles, written book chapters, marketing materials and web copy on a variety of topics ranging from novel food ingredients to optimal sports performance recovery foods. She is the author of two chapters in the NSCA’s Essentials of Strength and Conditioning, co-editor of the NSCA’s Guide to Exercise and Sport Nutrition (Human Kinetics Publishers) and currently working on another book for Human Kinetics.
A three-sport collegiate athlete, Spano earned her Masters in Nutrition from the University of Georgia where she ran the Sports Nutrition Program and her bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro (UNCG) where she was a student-athlete representative to the NCAA and D1 cross country runner. Spano is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Annie B. Kay
How Yoga Can Benefit Diabetes
Yoga does more than manage stress. In addition to calming the nervous system, it improves circulation throughout the body, increases muscular tone, improves balance, allows improved breathing, and provides gentle physical activity that nearly anyone can do. Now, research has proven that yoga practice has a significant potential for addressing key lifestyle and behavioral issues with disorders such as type 2 diabetes.
Annie B. Kay MS, RD, RYT, is the lead nutritionist at the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health. Author of the award-winning Every Bite is Divine, she is also an integrative dietitian and a Kripalu yoga teacher. Annie is the former director of the Osteoporosis Awareness Program at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
Nature’s Secrets with Dr. Susanne Bennett