#155 Adam Cole – Best practices for optimal fitness and nutrition. #hlwes

February 21, 2017

We have a unique health and wellness coach.  Her name is Adam Cole.  We will be talking about Best practices for optimal fitness and nutrition.

  • My name is Adam Cole and I am 40 years old.
  • Married with 2 young children.
  • I currently reside and work in Indianapolis, Indiana.
  • A veteran of the U.S. Air Force
  • I have a bachelor’s degree in Global Health and Nutrition from VIA University in Denmark
  • Certified Personal Trainer through VIA University
  • WKC certified Kettlebell Instructor
  • I am a competitive kettlebell sport athlete and an all around kettlebell freak
  • A lover of obstacle course racing, power lifting and mountain bike riding  

Colefitnessusa.com

Instagram@colefitnessindy

https://www.facebook.com/colefitness

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#154 Guy Petruzzelli – How to get back into the game to become your healthiest. #hlwes

February 19, 2017

We have a hard working and knowledgable personal trainer with us today.  His name is Guy Petruzzelli.  We will be talking about How to get back into the game to become the your healthiest.

As a 43 year old professional  duathlete, who, at the age of 20, found a real passion for multi-sport, was forced to take some time away. I was hit by a car in 1996, leaving me rather injured and finding a comeback difficult. So I finished law school, passed the Illinois Bar exam and thought my time in the sport was over.

In 2002, I was fortunate to have some close friends, who were concerned about my physical state, encourage me to get back into the sport. It wasn’t easy, but I came back to it with more desire, drive and passion. I worked hard under the coaching supervision of the great Jennifer Garrison, and in 2008 I was offered an opportunity to turn professional. It was a dream come true. I left law in 2009 to pursue my dream of being a professional multisport athlete and I have been blessed with the opportunity to do more with the sport, and meet a ton of great people along the way.

As the 2010 season started to heat up in June, I was out for a training ride and once again, hit by a car. This time, I was left with a broken right collarbone and 3 broken ribs. My doctor insisted that even with surgery, I would miss the remainder of the season and would most likely not even be able to train hard until the start of 2011. I refused to believe that I would be limited for that long. So right after surgery I went to see Nate Aye and John Conquest at Crossfit DuPage. I was very honest about my goals as an athlete and the desire to be in the top tier of pro multisport athletes in 2011. They were very honest in turn, and made it clear – my goals were attainable, but it would take hard work and an open mind. From that day forward, I never looked back.

A short 6 weeks later I met someone I knew would be a friend for life. Someone who was as driven as I was, constantly  challenging the norm, and believed that working smart was the key to success in multisport. Brian McKenzie from Crossfit Endurance opened my eyes to even more change to my training methods, breaking down old school endurance training ideology, improving my running form, and changing my mentality as how I approach training and racing. I was skeptical for the first hour I heard him talk, and then I watched as in less than 48 hours, I had improved my running efficiency by 53%. I was a believer.

With Brian’s help, I was able to achieve 2 things in less than 5 weeks – continue to speed up my healing process, and improve fitness. When I went to see my doctor at week 9 post-surgery, the x-rays showed 90% bone growth, and I was cleared to race duathlons. But the most amazing part – my 5K time dropped, my LT wattage on the bike increased by 33% and I was 8 lbs. lighter than pre-accident. This wasn’t by accident; this was due to following Crossfit Strength and Crossfit Endurance principles. Best part, I’m still improving.  To spread the word of my recovery and passion, I was the focus of a Triathlete Magazine article in the February 2011 edition, written by TJ Murphy. I was then added to the book written by Brian MacKenzie in November 2012 – “Power, Speed, Endurance, a skill based approach to endurance training”, and featured in Chris Solomon’s article in the January 2013 issue of Outside Magazine, where Chris chronicles his use of Crossfit Endurance to train for a marathon.  To prove that I practice what I preach, I’ve been working with Cody Burhardt, head coach at Power Speed Endurance, to help me reach my current world rank of 11th in Duathlon. I’ve also appeared on the podcast www.athleteologist.com – episode 8,where I was able to share my story.

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#153 Cassie Tafilaw – How to make fitness work at work and keep it going? #hlwes

February 17, 2017

We have a unique health and wellness coach.  Her name is Cassie Tafilaw.  We will be talking about How to make fitness work at work and keep it going.

After overcoming her own personal struggles with child and adolescent obesity, years of experience in the health, fitness and nutrition industries has taught Cassie that to reach goals in these areas a lifestyle has to be adopted. Over the last seven years, Cassie has taught hundreds of cardio-based fitness classes that have helped countless individuals on their personal journey to lead healthier, more fulfilling lives. She has also hosted nutrition and wellness workshops and became certified as a Wellness and Nutrition Coach. A big believer in “practicing what you preach”, Cassie has personally worked with some of the top trainers and nutritionists in the country and competes in National Figure competitions.

She also teaches weekly dance-based fitness classes and is a regular contributor to the Alzheimer’s Association. Prior to launching 4Count, Cassie obtained her Bachelors and Masters degrees in Psychology and IT Management which she leverages to help motivate and educate her clients and communicate effectively with them about their individual needs.

Contact info:

phone: 773-401-2553

email: cassie@4countmovement.com

web: www.4countmovement.com

 

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#152 Nina Yuonvich – Getting in the driver seat towards your best health. #hlwes

February 15, 2017

We have a knowledgeable and caring health coach.  Her name is Nina Yunovich.  We will be talking about getting in the driver seat towards your best health.

Nnia graduated from Medical school in Moscow, Russia where she worked as a pediatrician for 10 years. After moving to the United States, Nina worked for 17 years in a Sleep Medicine Center and later shifted her career to nutrition and wellness coaching.

Nina’s firm belief is that the human body has an amazing ability to heal itself based on her personal and professional experience.

In 2011 Nina received a Certificate in Health Coaching from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York.  In the last 5 years she has been involved in an intensive course of Functional Medicine for professional health coaches.

www.wellnesscoachnina.comm

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#151 Byron Dyce II – Madness method and systems towards healthier living. #hlwes

February 7, 2017

We have an outstanding personal trainer with us today.  His name is Byron Dyce.  We will be talking about the madness method and system towards healthier living.

Byron’s goal is to educate and inspire communities to improve their quality of life by creating a Bluprint for success. Health & fitness are his passion and he wants to accompany athletes along their journey to better health and performance. Byron was destined for a love of health & fitness from an early age, being the son of an Olympic runner. He spent his childhood playing outdoors and getting involved in as many sports as possible. Byron settled into his “athletic niche” when he entered high school, directing his focus on football and weightlifting, where he competed at a high level. He then spent his freshman year as a walk-on with the University of Florida football team until he decided he wanted to focus his energy on school & business. Byron has spent the last 6 years in the fitness field.

Website: www.bluprintfit.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bluprintfitness/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bluprintfitness/

Email: coachdyce@bluprintfit.com

Phone: 352-256-7166

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#150 Rob Donker – How to get results even if you’re not into fitness? #hlwes

January 31, 2017

We have an outstanding personal trainer with us today.  His name is Rob Donker.  We will be talking about how to get results even if you’re not into fitness.

Rob has 9 years in health and fitness as a personal trainer, nutritionist, speaker and gym manager.  Founded organizations such as Beyond Wellness (corporate health and wellness).

Vip Wellness (global high end personal training session) Raw seminars (seminar and network events in Dubai).

General Manager – Beyond Wellness

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#149 Liz Gregerson – Yoga for women, pregnant women and children. #hlwes

January 27, 2017

We have an outgoing and fun yoga instructor with us today. Her name is Liz gregerson.  We will be talking about yoga for women, pregnant women and children.

Liz Gregerson is the owner of the ohmMother Yoga studio in West Dundee, IL. After first being introduced to yoga in 2005, and being a dedicated student for almost a decade, Liz followed her passion for the practice and became a certified yoga instructor in 2013. Liz’s other interests include mindfulness, meditation and spirituality.  When she’s not at the studio you can find her at home, chasing after her two adorable little kids with her husband Scott.

Website: ohmMotherYoga.com
Facebook: Facebook.com/ohmMother
Instagram: @ohmMotherYoga
Email: studio@ohmMotherYoga.com

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#148 Lynette Miller – Finding your reason towards your health goals. What category are you?

January 25, 2017

We have fun and knowledgeable personal trainer with us today. Her name is Lynette miller.  We will be talking about taking your physical yoga practice beyond the mat.

Fitness Training Certified since 1996 in ACE, NASM, AFAA and NETA, Lynette has 25 years of experience in leading and teaching fitness teams in the corporate and private sector. Some of her certifications include: Master Training for the Cycling Program, Silver Sneakers Circuit Fitness, Resist Ball & BOSU Stability Ball, Boxing,   Tae- Kwon-do, Reaction Cycling, Real Ryder Cycling and more.

447 South Blvd, Oak Park, Illinois 60302

Cell-312-218-6656

Work 708-386-5011

Website www.447club=fitness.com

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#147 Heather Rems Korwin – Taking your physical yoga practice beyond the mat. #hlwes

December 26, 2016

We have fun and knowledgeable yoga instructor with us today. Her name is Heather Rems Korwin.  We will be talking about taking your physical yoga practice beyond the mat.

I started practicing yoga over a decade ago.  First I dabbled, then I got hooked. Then I started teaching…by accident. I started teaching without any formal training (that came later). I was scared & nervous when I started, but I loved it so much I didn’t let that stop me. It’s been a wild ride. Now I own two studios in Connecticut where I teach regularly & offer yoga teacher training. I love sharing what I know about this practice – what I’ve learned about myself through it on my mat. And what I’ve learned to take off my mat. And that’s what the bent yogi is all about. Sharing what I’ve learned (and am still learning) with you. What challenges me, what scares me, what inspires me.  In the hopes that I can inspire you too.

Heather Rems Korwin, Owner
Sanctuary Power Yoga

23 Franklin St, Torrington, CT
http://thebentyogi.com
http://www.sanctuarypoweryoga.com/

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#146 Kevin Troiano –

December 23, 2016

We have an outstanding massage therapist.  His name is Kevin Troiano.  We will be talking about using energy and breathing to improve overall health.

Formerly a musician, Kevin Troiano became certified in massage in 2001 and Structural Integration (KMI) in 2002.  He studied connective tissue massage with Jon Latz and after extensive meditation led to an intuitive breakthrough he created Emergent Healing in 2005.  In it’s current form Emergent Healing involves deep tissue bodywork (KMI), massage, energy clearing and breath work that Kevin learned from Clairaudient healer David Elliott.

Kevin M. Troiano
Inner Spring Wellness
6525 W. North Avenue
Suite 107
Oak Park, IL 60302
http://www.InnerSpringWellness.com
708-445-0012

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