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Never Too Late for Fitness Radio with Phil Faris

  • Doris Lance, Author, Hiker, and Fitness Advocate: Age Well with Movement and Nature

    23 GIU 2021 · Doris Lance is an avid hiker and wildflower photographer who happens to be over the age of 70. She’s also the author of the book Botanical Reflections––a book to “Explore feelings, reduce anxiety, and reconcile emotional conflicts” all through time spent journaling with wildflowers. Doris presents a unique message on health, fitness, and aging. I think you’ll appreciate her message to slow down and take things in, not because of age, but because of the wisdom that comes from experience. Currently Doris is an Emeritus instructor at Cuesta College, in California, she acquired a Bachelor of Arts degree from Western Carolina University, in Cullowhee, N.C., as well as specialized graduate studies. During the show, Doris shares: – How she developed her approach to health, fitness, and aging that revolves around nature and hiking. – Why she decided to become a hiker in 1999 and what she learned from that first major hike to Mount Fuji. – What is the transformative power of nature and how it soothes the mind and the soul. – What are the major health and fitness benefits that she received from hiking and nature. – The biggest misconceptions people have about hiking. – How walking in nature is different than walking on a treadmill. – How to prepare for making a major hike. – How to get hiking health and fitness benefits without going to Mount Fuji. – The best advice she gives people over 50 to help them live longer, healthier, and happier lives? To contact Doris, or purchase your book, Botanical Reflections, go to Book – Facebook –[fusion_builder_column]= Instagram – Never Too Late for Fitness Radio with Phil Faris Source:
    37 min. 35 sec.
  • Andres Lopez, Owner and Executive Chef, Duck a Diet Meal Prep: Delivering Delicious, Healthy, Ready-to-Eat Meals to Busy Adults and Top-Le

    3 GIU 2021 · Most people fail to achieve their weight loss or fitness goals because of their diet. They become further proof that you can’t out train a bad diet. If you struggle with finding an eating program that meets your fitness needs and that you enjoy, this episode is for you. Andres Lopez is the owner, and Executive Chef at Duck a Diet Meal Prep. For over five years Andres and his company has been providing delicious and nutritious meals to busy people and top-level athletes in the Crystal Lake, Illinois, and surrounding areas. During the interview, Andres shares: – How Duck a Diet came into existence and the types of people who use their services. – The biggest challenges people face when they start a fitness program and diet becomes a priority. – How meal prepping saves clients time, money, and stress while helping them meet their fitness goals. – Why people over 50 must have a good diet to achieve their fitness and weight loss goals. – The most common misconceptions or concerns people have about meal prepping. – How Duck a Diet helps local fitness clubs provide better service to their members. – What it takes to get started with a Duck a Diet Program. To get more information about Andres and Duck a Diet go to Website: Phone: (815) 705-4597 Email: Facebook: @duckadiet Instagram: Never Too Late for Fitness Radio with Phil Faris Source:
    27 min. 44 sec.
  • Mike Concha, Personal Trainer at Equilibrium Personal Fitness Studio: How Customized Programs Produce Sustainable Results.

    4 MAG 2021 · Mike Concha is a personal trainer at Equilibrium Personal Training Studio in Barrington, Illinois. Mike has been a trainer for twenty years and received his degree in exercise science from Western Illinois University. Mike’s passion for sports and fitness stems from his extensive and varied athletic background, including tennis, soccer, bodybuilding, and MMA (mixed martial arts). His competitiveness and love for sports led him to pursue a career in personal training. With his experience and dedication to fitness, he can customize a workout program catered to the specific goal of their health and fitness needs. Thanks for being on the show today, Mike. During the interview, Mike shares: – Describes Equilibrium Personal Training and the types of people over 50 with whom he works? – Why 80% of his clients have been training with Mike for over six years and some as long as 12 years. – What did Mike do to ensure that his clients are a good fit for his program and that they will be successful? – How to avoid and recover quickly from injuries. – The biggest misconceptions people have about working with a personal trainer. – How he helps clients find the time and budget to work with a personal trainer. – What people over 50 must do to select the trainer that works for them. – The best advice for people over 50 wanting to start a fitness program. – What Equilibrium does to ensure clients’ safety from COVID-19. For more information about Mike and Equilibrium Personal Training Studio, go to Website Facebook YouTube
    31 min. 16 sec.
  • Andra Lopez: Getting Fit and Staying Fit with F45 Training

    24 FEB 2021 · Andra Lopez has been in the fitness industry for many years. She was a college athlete, and health/wellness has always been at the forefront. As a Psych major, Andra knew she wanted to help others but didn’t think it would be a fitness career. But that is where she has spent her time. Andra has owned her own Bootcamp business, worked as the Director of Fitness for The Biggest Loser, and was a Head Trainer at Orange Theory Fitness. Unfortunately, something was missing, and she couldn’t help people the way she wanted to. In the Spring of 2017, Andra discovered F45 Training and knew F45 was her next move. It spoke to the athlete in her, and she knew that the workouts would be empowering for everyone. Besides fitness, Andra is aware of the complications and challenges of taking care of ourselves in today’s hectic world. She is a mother of 2 girls and a wife who can relate to the roadblocks that everyone encounters! During the interview, Andra shares: · How her fitness journey led her to F45. · Why people come to F45. · What makes F45 workouts different from the typical gym. · What the biggest misconceptions people have about group classes like the ones taught at F45. · Why F45 is an excellent gym for people over 50 to achieve their fitness goals. · How F45 members overcome the most significant obstacles to getting their desired fitness results? · How people can find out if F45 is right for them. · During COVID-19, how does F45 ensure their clients’ safety? To contact Andra or learn more about F45, go to: Email: Never Too Late for Fitness Radio with Phil Faris Source:
    33 min. 13 sec.
  • Robert Protass, VP Life Line Screening: How Our Screenings Provide Early Detection or Give Peace of Mind

    19 GEN 2021 · Robert Protass is Vice President at Life Line Screening. Robert earned an MBA in Marketing from UC Berkley and spent many years in New York City in the financial services sector. Deep down, he desired to work for an organization that helps people live better lives and left the financial world for Life Line Screenings. Almost every day, he receives amazing testimonials about people’s lives changing for the better due to their screening at Life Line and it reinforces his desire to leave the finance world. During the interview, Robert shares how a Life Line Screening can save your life and give you peace of mind. He also explains: – How he became involved with Life Line Screening. – The types of people for which Life Line Screening is designed? – Why it is essential for people over 50 to be proactive about cardio vascular health and get screened. – How Life Line Screening works and what people get with their screening? – How people use the results to manage their health and wellness? – What are the most common misconceptions or concerns people have that may prevent them from getting a screening? – How can people schedule a Life Line Screening? – What Life Line Screening does to ensure people’s safety from COVID19. To find a Life Line Screening location near you and schedule your screening go to Never Too Late for Fitness Radio with Phil Faris Source:
    16 min. 18 sec.
  • Cathy Richards, M.A., Exercise Physiologist Wellness and Healthy Aging Coach: Your Fresh Start to Forever Fit

    16 GEN 2021 · How many Monday mornings have you said to yourself “This is the week I’ll get back on track”? with exercise, healthy eating, or [fill in the blank]. So many of us could use a little more motivation and expert guidance to get started (or re-started) with healthier habits that will get us the results we want while being realistic and sustainable! It’s not easy! Cathy Richards, M.A. is an exercise physiologist, wellness coach, and best-selling author of BOOM: Six Steps to a Longer, Healthier Life. After working in both corporate and senior living settings, Cathy’s signature programs focus on maximizing physical health, brain function, and energy levels for all ages with a unique message of “never too early, never too late”. As a professional speaker, Cathy unlocks key mindset shifts and strategies for lasting motivation and lifestyle change. She has been featured on numerous TV news stations and print publications including the Washington Post. During the interview, Cathy shares: The most common frustrations people over fifty come to her with. Why so many people have a hard time sticking with exercise and other healthy habits? What she recommends our listeners to do to start and stick with healthy habits? What habit changes people can address that will have the biggest impact? What the difference is between quick wins vs. quick fixes, and why is it important. What she means by “Never Too Early, Never Too Late?” The best advice she gives for someone who doesn’t like exercise or doesn’t have the time. Why she wrote her best-selling book, “BOOM: Six Steps to a Longer, Healthier Life” and why you should read it. Checkout the special offer Cathy has just for our listeners For more information about Cathy go to – Website ​@InspiringVitality – Facebook @InspiringVitality – Instagram – YouTube Never Too Late for Fitness Radio with Phil Faris Source:
    39 min. 8 sec.
  • Kandy Gore – Yoga – Personal Trainer for Equilibrium Personal Training Studio – How Yoga Helps People Over 50 to Achieve Their Fitness Goa

    19 NOV 2020 · Kandy Gore is a yoga and Pilates instructor at Equilibrium Personal Training Studio, in Barrington, Illinois. Kandy says being a student of yoga allowed her to experience a healing journey that began with a sports injury. Seeking a solution for her reconstructed knee and low back pain; the continual practice cultivated muscular balance and flexibility that sustains her pain-free lifestyle. As a teacher, she inspires practitioners to find the confidence and the courage to let go of their “busy” lives and heal through the essence of yoga. Yoga is peaceful journey that accepts you as you are while opening the body emotionally and physically to its unlimited potential. During the show. Kandy shares: – How her sport injuries led her to a career in fitness and yoga. – Describe the types of people over 50 with whom you work at Equilibrium Personal training. – Why do people over 50 use yoga to help them meet their fitness goals and address their health issues. – What unique challenges people over 50 present to fitness trainers and how Kandy resolves them. – The biggest misconceptions people have about yoga and Pilates? – How someone would know if they were a good candidate for yoga and Pilates? – Why people are hesitant to try yoga and what they can do I overcome it. – How she works with clients to make the comfortable, confident, and committed. – What Equilibrium is doing to ensure their clients and staff are safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information about Kandy and Equilibrium Personal Training go to: 860 S Northwest Hwy Barrington, IL 60010 847-387-3042 Never Too Late for Fitness Radio with Phil Faris Source:
    37 min. 11 sec.
  • Shawn Bork, Certified Personal Trainer at Equilibrium Personal Training: How to Get and Stay Fit After 50!

    19 OTT 2020 · Shawn Bork is a Certified Personal Trainer at Equilibrium Personal Training in Barrington, Illinois. He is certified through NASM for 4 years with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Indiana State University. He has been a chef for 9+ years creating, and crafting meals based on a client’s needs or restrictions. He has been a Nutritionist through AFAA for 2 years, giving clients consultations on how to eat better and what to eat. Shawn was born in Wisconsin, which would not make sense now since he is officially 4 years Whole Foods Plant-Based (Vegan) and don’t like the Packers. Shawn got up to 220lbs in College and got back down to 160 in September of 2019 for a Physique Competition. He also runs a Small Meal prepping company called Essential Kitchen, which is the first Mexican inspired WFPB meal plan business in Cook County. During the interview, Shawn shares: • What makes Equilibrium Personal Fitness unique, especially for people over fifty. • Why people over fifty seek him out and the types of health and fitness issues they experience. • How he adapts his fitness programs to help clients reach their goals without risking injury. • The biggest misconceptions people have about fitness and working with a personal trainer. • How he incorporates fitness and nutrition into his clients’ programs and why that is essential for success. • What he does both in the gym and outside of it to ensure his clients get optimal results. • How he helps clients maintain the motivation they need to prevent getting stalled on their fitness journey. • What he and Equilibrium do to ensure all clients’ safety from COVID19. • How people can determine if Shawn is the right type of personal trainer for them and what they can do if they are on the fence. For more information about Equilibrium Personal Training and Shawn Bork, go to: Never Too Late for Fitness Radio with Phil Faris Source:
    36 min. 34 sec.
  • Amy Baltes, RD, LDN, Dietitian for the Equilibrium Personal Training: Helping People Over 50 Get Healthy with the Power of Food

    13 OTT 2020 · Amy Baltes, RD, LDN, is the primary consulting dietitian for the Equilibrium Personal Training. Her mission is to help people get healthy by embracing the power of food. She gives down to earth recommendations on how to make better food choices, meal planning, getting to a healthy body weight, balancing hormones, the use of alternative supplements and empowering people on the concepts of whole food nutrition and exercise. Amy has over 20 years’ experience working with people to improve health outcomes such as obesity, diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart disease, women’s health issues, sports enthusiasts, and cancer. She has worked as a Dietitian for Cancer Treatment Centers of America, several upscale fitness centers, and Northwestern Memorial Hospital Wellness Institute. During her interview, Amy shares: How she works with clients over fifty to help them achieve their health and fitness goals. Why people over fifty seek her out and the types of health challenges she helps them overcome. Why people get frustrated with the solutions offered by their doctors. What Amy does to identify the underlying cause before prescribing a solution. Why common misconceptions about food and nutrition are preventing people from getting the health results they deserve. What the biggest obstacles to succeeding with a nutrition program are and how Amy helps clients overcome them. How Amy customizes her programs to fit clients’ lifestyle, goals, and health conditions. How people can determine if working with Amy is right for them. What does Amy and Equilibrium do to ensure clients’ safety from COVID19. For more information about Equilibrium Personal Training and Amy go to: Facebook Twitter Pinterest If you live outside the Barrington, Illinois area, you can work with Amy virtually by going to: Never Too Late for Fitness Radio with Phil Faris Source:
    33 min. 59 sec.
  • JR Burgess -Visionary Health Coach Shares His Transformational Journey to Better Health and Happiness

    23 SET 2020 · If your health is a priority and your plan of care leaves you feeling stuck, unsatisfied, and not in control, this episode is for you. JR Burgess found his purpose for helping people be free from pain at a young age. As a healthcare consultant, he regularly shows his commitment through transparently communicating and being vulnerable about how he has overcome a life of physical and emotional pain. He credits Regenerative, Functional, Lifestyle Medicine and receiving mentorship as the key component in his physical, mental, and professional transformation. In his relentless pursuit of personal and professional growth, JR has played an integral role in replicating a proven integrated model of care in more than 150 clinics worldwide. He is driven to make the greatest contribution by changing the way healthcare can be delivered by implementing restorative medicine protocols, medical marketing and sales, practice management and medical leadership development. Medical professionals and patients need and deserve the time to listen, connect and co-create a transformative plan of care together. JR believes healthcare without personal growth, movement, and nutrition as the foundation, is not healthcare. He is a husband, father of four, international speaker and two-time #1 bestselling author. JR is also CEO of HealthOvators and CEO of MedFit Network. He is here today to share his transformative journey and how an integrative plan of care may be just what you need. During the interview, JR shares: – Why he left his dream job to reclaim his health and family life. – How he overcame his fear to create a new career. – How regenerative medicine helped prolong his athletic career. – Why coaches and mentors are essential to taking your life, health, and career to the next level. – Why healthcare without personal growth, movement, and nutrition as a foundation are not healthcare. – Why traditional healthcare is falling short in the treatment of our most common chronic health challenges and how an integrative plan of health can fill the void. – What innovative healthcare providers must do to transform their vision to reality. – How new health protocols can help people over fifty reclaim their health and continue to do the activities they love. – How the two companies JR leads help bring healers to patients who want and need their expertise. – Where and how people can find the health experts that are right for their specific needs. – How JR helps innovative healthcare providers tell their stories and get recognized in competitive marketplaces. To contact JR and learn more about the benefits of integrative medicine or how to promote your practice email JR at You can also get more information at the websites below: MedFit Network Never Too Late for Fitness Radio with Phil Faris Source:
    42 min. 56 sec.

Never Too Late for Fitness Radio with Phil Faris connects fitness professionals, experts and businesses with Baby Boomers so they can discover the latest strategies, programs and products designed to...

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Never Too Late for Fitness Radio with Phil Faris connects fitness professionals, experts and businesses with Baby Boomers so they can discover the latest strategies, programs and products designed to help them get fit, stay fit and live longer, healthier and happier lives.
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