w/ Fred Fornicola at Easter Seals NJ
In my role as Health and Wellness Director for Easter Seals New Jersey I recently coordinated a Lunch and Learn Lecture for employees. The event was hosted by Linda Mayo, Chief Operating Officer, and our featured guest was Fred Fornicola, owner of Premier Personal Fitness in Asbury Park. Videographer Eric Altman shot portions of the lecture and I will be integrating the videoclips into upcoming Employee Lunch and Learn Webinars this Fall.
Easter Seals is dedicated to the development and sustainability of Health and Wellness programs for employees and the consumers we serve. We are all unique individuals and one exercise and nutrition program does not fit all. We collaborate with consumers, families, care providers and physicians to ensure the succcess of all of our class participants. This summer we are introducing Health and Wellness education classes to our consumers in every county in New Jersey. We are excited about our programs and honored to provide individuals with special needs and their families with tools for a healthy lifestyle, further enabling them to live with "Equality, Dignity and Independence".
Open the below link to read about Fitess Professional and author Fred Fornicola in a recent article in the Asbury Park press.
By Jean Graham
If writers still used manual typewriters, there would be a steady clickety-clack, clickety-clack, DING! throughout the Garden State. If they were still using electric typewriters, New Jersey would hum from Stokes State Forest to Wildwood Crest.
Computers being virtually silent, there is barely auditory evidence of this. But rest assured that local writers are producing a bumper crop of books, and their content is as diverse as the state itself. Self-help books. Journals. History books. Nature guides. Poetry and humor, and short-story collections. Fiction for young adults and fiction for not-so-young adults.
Although the following books that have poured into The Star-Ledger’s office over the past year by New Jersey writers is impressive, it is by no means complete; homegrown writers are constantly adding to the list. Herewith, a mere sampling.
Advice from educators includes Maureen Baldwin’s “Colleges at a Glance: A Concise Country-Wide College Search Guide for Average Students” (Maureen Baldwin) and Andrew Aloysius McCabe’s “The Gifted One: The Journey Begins” (Balboa Press).
“So You Want to Be a Landlord: Tales from the Crypt” (djv murphy), by High Bridge’s DJV Murphy, examines the pitfalls of managing rental properties.
And Midland Park’s Les and Sue Fox find masterpieces in unlikely places in “The Art Hunters Handbook: How To Buy Art for $5 and Sell It for $1,000,000” (West Highland Fine Art & Publishing).
CPA Thomas Corley tells how to improve your finances in “Rich Habits: The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals” (Langdon Street Press), and Red Bank’s Chris Ruisi tells how to maximize your potential in “Step Up and Play Big” (Advantage Media Group).
Liz DiMarco Weinmann empowers women over 40 in “Get DARE (Drive, Advance, Rule, Express) From Here!” (Liz DiMarco Weinmann); and Morris County’s Laura O’Reilly provides diet and exercise motivation in “Get Fit To Go” (Unlimited Publishing).
Former prisoner and current Newark community activist Rickey Samad Danzey delivers a short but powerful message to young people in “Caution: A Message to Our Youth, Our Future” (Ambitious Publishing).
To read the entire article go to http://bitly.com/JhCDXR
Get Fit to Go is avalable in print, on kindle and for Android.
You do not need to train as if you are trying out for the Olympics. Well, if you do God Bless You and Your Greek God-Like Body---you go!!! But for those that only have a limited amount of time outside of hectic work/parenting schedules, the reality is you have to do something because your health depends on it. How many books or videos have you purchased? So then try mine! You have nothing to lose...except a few pounds. (That's in my book!) Now on Kindle-http://www.amazon.com/Get-Fit-To-Go-ebook/dp/B00572ARQS/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1309827783&sr=1-2