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#452 Fitness and Gyms, Post COVID-19

The Not Old - Better Show

Release Date: 05/21/2020

#472 The Power of Hope - Susan Dascenzi, MSW show art #472 The Power of Hope - Susan Dascenzi, MSW

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Susan Dascenzi is the host of the newly created podcast, Spiritually Expressed Human, Navigating the Human Experience Check out our interview with this “no excuses” approach, born out of her own recovery. Susan Dascenzi will give a great deal in our time together, including some practical skills and tools to get out of the excuse mindset and on to the path of productivity, regardless of where we are in life.

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#471 The Language of Butterflies - A Message of Hope show art #471 The Language of Butterflies - A Message of Hope

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We are talking about butterflies today. As part of our Smithsonian Associates Inside Science Author Interview series, our guest today is science journalist and New York Times Bestselling author Wendy Williams. Wendy Williams will be presenting at the Smithsonian Associates program, Sept. 2, 2020, via Zoom, and the title of her presentation is “The Language of Butterflies: A Message of Hope."

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#470 BABY BOOMERS SCORE LOWER ON COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING show art #470 BABY BOOMERS SCORE LOWER ON COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING

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Many in our Not Old Better Show audience may have seen the headline: Baby boomers are experiencing a sharper drop in cognitive function as they age, relative to previous generations. The findings from the research, performed by our guest today, Dr. Hui Zheng, not only suggest that boomers will be more likely to develop conditions like dementia than past cohorts, but future aging generations may be at a similar heightened risk.

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#469 Aging & HIV - Interview with Dennis Fleming show art #469 Aging & HIV - Interview with Dennis Fleming

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Today’s show is about aging with HIV, and I think you’ll find our guest, Dennis Fleming, as I have, and that’s someone to root for, yes, because, today, his HIV is undetectable, but someone who is living a long, healthy life.

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#468 Sumner Redstone - Keach Hagey Interview show art #468 Sumner Redstone - Keach Hagey Interview

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Today’s interview which is previously recorded is with author Keach Hagey. Keach Hagey is a bylined staff writer with the Wall Street Journal, where she reports on media, and Keach Hagey has written a new book about the remarkable story of Sumner Redstone, his family legacy, and the battles for all he controlled.

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#467 Economics + Harry Potter - Interview with Dr. Brian O'Roark show art #467 Economics + Harry Potter - Interview with Dr. Brian O'Roark

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As part of our Smithsonian Associates Inside Science & Technology series, we are joined today by author, professor, and superhero educator, Dr. J. Brian O’ Roark.  Dr. O’Roark is a superhero educator, professor of economics, a tough subject to teach, known as the dismal science.

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#466 Muscle Health, COVID 19, & Immunity from Disease show art #466 Muscle Health, COVID 19, & Immunity from Disease

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As part of our Fitness Friday interview series, today’s show is about one of my favorite subjects, muscle health, COVID, and disease immunity. And, we have just the person to discuss it with us in Dr. Suzette Pereira.

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#465 Our Favorite TV Mom Patricia Heaton on Your Second Act and Why She Quit Drinking in her 60s show art #465 Our Favorite TV Mom Patricia Heaton on Your Second Act and Why She Quit Drinking in her 60s

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Our Not Old Better Show audience will know she’s won two Emmys for her starring role as Debra Barone on the long-running comedy Everybody Loves Raymond, and followed that career-making role with another gem as Frances Heck on the popular sitcom The Middle. Enjoy our interview about all this, and her new book, Your Second Act.

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#464 How Advanced Technology Reveals Hidden Histories show art #464 How Advanced Technology Reveals Hidden Histories

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As part of our Smithsonian Associates Inside Science Series, our guest, Michael B. Toth, ‎president of R. B. Toth Associates will be discussing his pioneering work over the past two decades to reveal new historic information. Mike Toth offers examples of writings and drawings revealed with the latest advanced imaging systems by the international teams of researchers he leads.

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#463 Searching for Life in the Universe show art #463 Searching for Life in the Universe

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As part of our Smithsonian Associates Inside Science Series, our program today is with George Mason University Observatory team members, Peter Plavchan and Michael Summers. Since the dawn of humankind, we have wondered if we are alone in the universe. Peter Plavchan, and Michael Summers, professors of physics and astronomy at George Mason University, are with us today to examine how science has progressed in furthering our understanding of this age-old question. 

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Fitness and Gyms, Post COVID-19

Fitness Friday Interview Series
Welcome to The Not Old Better Show. I’m Paul Vogelzang, and this is episode #452. Today’s show is brought to you by SunBasket and True Botanicals!

Our show today is part of our Fitness Friday series, and it’s another great one in our Fitness Friday programs. We’ll be hearing from returning guest, Sabrena Jo.

On the Fitness Friday program, we talk with Sabrena Jo about excise and fitness. We all know that exercise is important, especially for our physical and mental health. Returning to exercise after an illness is often a very tough battle, and during our COVID 19 quarantine period, when we’ve cooped up, without our gyms, we need to be mindful of easing ourselves back into exercise again, particularly after the current Coronavirus outbreak.

I love speaking with Sabrena Jo, American Council on Exercise (ACE) Fitness Director of Science and Research Content, because of her research orientation. Research, fact-based analysis, and outcomes orientation is critical to our Not Old Better Show audience.

I spent considerable time researching some questions to ask Sabrena Jo, and we’ll talk about steps back to exercise, such as:
1. You might feel as if you are starting from scratch but your fitness will return quickly once you begin.
2. Take it slowly..don’t overdo it and fatigue right out of the gate
3. Listen to your body, and do what feels right, even something easier until you’re back to full strength.
4. Always remember to rest and recover, and heal yourself, then add more and more exercise until you’re feeling your previous levels of strength.
5. Stay positive, and pace yourself. Things return gradually. It might feel like you’re taking baby steps at first but will be surprised at how quickly you will regain your fitness. Remember that being active will help to keep your immune system in good shape to fight off future infections.

Please join me in welcoming to The Not Old Better Show via interview phone, ACE Fitness’ Sabrena Jo

My thanks always to Sabrena Jo, ACE Director of Science and Research Content for joining us today. Of course, my thanks to SunBasket and True Botanicals for sponsoring the show…remember, please support our sponsors by checking out their products, which you can do with full discounts right from our show notes. And to you, my wonderful Not Old Better Show audience. Please keep your emails coming to me with show ideas, suggestions, and comments: @ info@notold-better.com. Practice smart social distancing, be safe and be well.

Remember, let’s talk about better…The Not Old Better Show. Thanks, everybody.

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