Saturday, November 03, 2012

Jamie Eason's Live Fit Trainer

Ladies, do not be afraid of the weight room any longer.  Jamie Eason's Live Fit Trainer is exactly what you are looking for to help build muscle, lose fat, and get that toned body we all want.  Yes, its true this program will tone you out and not bulk you up, Jamie Eason's Live Fit is 12 week's of clean eating, weight lifting, heart pounding, sweating dripping, ass kicking, insanity of a work out.

The first phase consists of building muscle, zero cardio, learning how to eat clean, taking supplements, lifting  about 60% of your max weight, 3 sets with 12 repetitions.  Phase 1 is 4 weeks long then you move onto phase 2.

The second phase muscle building will be intensifying and cardio is introduced.   Phase 2 is about burning fat and keeping it off your new lean body.  You will continue to eat clean, lifting weight, taking supplements, and sets of 3 but go from 12 repetitions to 10 repetitions.

The third phase is about burning even more fat, saving the muscle that has already been built, building more muscle.  This phase is not about decreasing your caloric intake but about using the food we put into our bodies for all of the right reasons.  Phase 3 consists of High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), super sets, and active rests.

Jamie Eason's LiveFit Trainer

The Jamie Eason LiveFit Trainer Approved Foods List

Jamie Eason's LiveFit Recipes

How I Became Jamie Eason's Cart Boy--And The 10 Lessons I Learned

Friday, November 02, 2012

Blue Star Theatre

I received the privilege to represent military families at the launching of the Blue Star Theatres program.  This is wonderful program that I am very much looking forward to utilizing for with my family.

"Blue Star Theatres is a collaboration between Theatre Communications Group and Blue Star Families, with leadership support from the MetLife Foundation. The first launch of the program is September 28, 2012, with 22 theatres participating. Through Blue Star Theatres, we plan to help better connect theatre offerings to military personnel across the United States.  This initiative is intended to recognize the contributions of service families, to build stronger connections between the theatre community and military families in communities all across the country and to help in whatever small way we can to aid service people and their families as they seek to be integrated into the lives of their communities. Each participating Blue Star Theatre is offering discounted or complimentary admission to all military personnel and their families, as well as veterans.  Education programs and other theatre opportunities may be discounted as well."

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Its been a hot minute

Oh goodness, has it been almost 2 years?  I really can't believe it, so much has happened I really do not know where to start.  Well here is the cliff notes version...

- We moved back to the states
- I started working at the YMCA teaching swim lessons
- Swam in the Great Chesapeake Bay 1-mile challenge
- Patrick joined the YMCA swim team and did phenomenal
- Bella joined the YMCA gymnastics team and was asked to go to team 2, pre-competition team
- Dempsey was received Sailor of the Quarter
- I quit the YMCA
- Dempsey played volleyball for his command
- Our friend moved in with us
- We moved houses
- I started college again
- I umpired for Little League Softball and ASA/USSSA teams out here over the spring/summer
- Dempsey played softball for his command
- Christine's kids came up for the summer
- Patrick and Bella went to mom's for a couple weeks
- We went to the family reunion in Michigan for the first time in 5 years
- Christine moved out
- Patrick joined the USA Swimming team
- Bella became a Pop Warner Cheerleader
- I accepted at job with the Department of Veterans Affairs
- Patrick has learned to play the recorder, and loves it
- Bella is getting ready to join gymnastics at a different gym

And I'm sure there is more, but goodness almost 2 years worth of stuff is hard to remember.  But I promise to keep up this time. ;) Promise

Sunday, January 16, 2011

My Coaches ROCK!

I have some pretty awesome tri-coaches!  Not only do they understand that this is a pretty stressful time in my life with my move and some other things that are happening in my life but they are willing to work with me on it.  About 2 weeks ago I had to drop out of the Amica 70.3 Rhode Island Ironman due to injury and other reasons.  But they are completely understanding and they can understand what I'm currently going through.  If you are looking for an outstanding running, triathlon, swimming or just want to get into shape.  Coaches Jeff, Diane, and Kristine can most definitely help you out.  Check out PRS Fit and start on your training adventure.