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Kristen Tamplin of MAT, Muscle Activation Therapy, talks with the Old Nerd about Muscle Activation Therapy(MAT0, health, fitness and Ninja Turtles.Hosted by Julie Barth and Gery DeerProduced and Edited by Julie BarthDirected by Gery DeerGraphics by Taylor HugginsOld Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast, it’s associated trade and service marks and all content connected thereto are copyright 2022 GLD Enterprises Communications, Ltd. All rights reserved. 
For those caregivers dealing with someone suffering from a debilitating or terminal illness, hospice care can be one of the most valuable services to both patient and family. Unfortunately, there is a great deal of misinformation regarding hospice so we decided to tackle this difficult subject in this episode of the Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast.Hospice is much more than "end of life care" for terminal patients. Services range from palliative, in-home, and in-facility care, to grief counseling and family support. There are more than 5,000 hospice organizations in the United States, many of which are not-for-profit organizations. Our guest for this episode of Old Nerd in the Gym Podcast is Kim Vesey, RN, CHPN, MS, general manager of Ohio's Hospice of Dayton, in Dayton, Ohio. Kim has been a hospice nurse for 37 years, starting into that area of practice only one year out of nursing school. But Kim isn't just a healthcare professional working in the hospice industry. Unfortunately, she's also had personal experience, going through the loss of her husband and daughter. Her experiences personally and professionally have given her insight that helps families make informed choices while maintaining emotional strength and dignity. Hospice care is not something arrived at lightly by patients or families. One of the most difficult aspects of caring for his parents was when Gery Deer's family had to make the difficult decision to involve hospice support. In the case of his mother, he had the support of his father, close cousin, and siblings, as well as adult nieces, to make those choices. But when it came time to care for his father, he made that decision alone - and without hesitation. The benefits of hospice care to ensuring the quality of life and palliative support were invaluable. After his father's death, hospice services included grief counseling, vital to dealing with caregiver survival issues like guilt, grief, and depression. Experiencing loss is challenging for anyone, at any age, but can be especially difficult for young children. Sadness, fear, and loneliness can overwhelm a child who's lost someone close to them. To help grieving children, Kim has written a series of illustrated books, beginning with, "What Cloud Is My Mommy In." Beautifully illustrated by Amy Gantt, the "What Cloud" series deals with the loss of parents, grandparents, and siblings, through the eyes of a child. Old Nerd in the Gym is written and co-hosted by Gery L. Deer.Produced and directed by Julie A. BarthThis is a production of GLD Enterprises Communications.©2021, GLD Enterprises Communications, Ltd. All rights reserved.Graphics by Taylor Huggins
“Gratitude is a quality similar to electricity: It must be produced and discharged and used up in order to exist at all.” —William FaulknerThere’s no denying the last 18 months have been challenging for everyone. Gratitude has been something that might seem elusive to a great many people. Strangely, when times are the toughest gratitude is most important.Many people treat gratitude as something transactional or focused within their religious beliefs but instead, it must be an active part of our day-to-day life. Those who practice gratitude are more likely to feel more positive and even show reduced signs of stress. Gratitude is not just saying “thank you,” but playing an active role in the positive achievements of others - even if it’s small or even unseen. In this episode of Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast, your hosts Gery Deer and Julie Barth talk about gratitude in some most unusual ways. They’ll get into what it means to practice gratitude, beyond the practical definition of the concept, and discuss where it fits into the lives of the devout and those without religion at all.Old Nerd in the Gym is written and co-hosted by Gery L. Deer.Produced and directed by Julie A. BarthThis is a production of GLD Enterprises Communications.©2021, GLD Enterprises Communications, Ltd. All rights reserved.Graphics by Taylor Huggins
 According to the most recent set of data released by the Kaiser Family Foundation (dated August 18, 2021), only 72% of adults in the United States have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccination. While this is an improvement over some earlier numbers, cases of covid are skyrocketing with nearly 3,100 new cases being reported daily in Ohio alone (ODH). Constant politicizing and the spread of misinformation on the issues of personal protective devices, such as masks, and the safety and effectiveness of the vaccines has led to an increase in the spread of this terrible disease. A great number of medical experts feel the government tried to bring the country back to "normal" far too soon before the virus had been contained to a manageable level. Cries of personal liberty and economic subjugation forced politicians to bend and ease restrictions, discontinue mask mandates and social distancing requirements, and even urged some legislators to pass laws preventing schools and businesses from forcing the use of safety measures by students and patrons.On our premiere episode for season 3 of Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast, your hosts Gery Deer and Julie Barth speak with Dr. Leann Poston, former pediatric physician and assistant dean of the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine. Dr. Poston talks about the need for people to seek out factual medical information and avoid the politics of the COVID problem to help ensure the safety, not only of themselves and their family but others who may be more at risk. In this no-nonsense discussion, Gery and Dr. Poston discuss how the vaccines work, dispel many of the myths surrounding their safety and effectiveness, and cover where to find the most accurate, non-political information.About Our GuestLeann Poston, MD, is a licensed physician in Ohio who holds an MBA and an M.Ed. She is a full-time medical communications writer and educator who researches and writes about medicine, education, and healthcare administration.After practicing in a physician group practice for eleven years, Leann taught students at all academic levels, wrote curricula for both medical and business colleges, and served as an assistant dean at the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine. Leann’s writing and teaching experiences have led to several awards in the education profession.Our appreciation to Dr. Poston for assisting with the production of this episode.This edition of the Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast was recorded at the studios of DATV, with our thanks.Old Nerd in the Gym is written and co-hosted by Gery L. Deer.Produced and directed by Julie A. BarthThis is a production of GLD Enterprises Communications. ©2021, GLD Enterprises Communications, Ltd. All rights reserved.Graphics by Taylor Huggins
One of the greatest stressors of modern life is money. For caregivers, their family, and other members of their support system, money can be the bridge or barrier to better health care, more services, and domestic stability. In this first episode of the third season of Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast, Gery and Julie talk with Bob Stolz, a good friend of the Deer family and skilled financial professional. Bob shares his take on how to look out for the bottom line as a caregiver and as someone looking out for someone else’s interests. The Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast is an educational production of GLD Enterprises Communications, Ltd., copyright 2021, all rights reserved. Guests on the program are not compensated but are granted promotional considerations as a thank you for their time. A guests’ appearance on the show is not an endorsement of their remarks, activities, or business practices.Old Nerd in the Gym is written and co-hosted by Gery L. Deer.Produced and directed by Julie A. BarthThis is a production of GLD Enterprises Communications. All rights reserved.Graphics by Taylor Huggins
Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast Description - Season 2: Episode 13  The Physical Therapist and the Old NerdIn our Season 2 Finale, Gery and Julie welcome Dr. Chelsea Walter, a physical therapist from the Lebanon, Ohio area who has started her own, in-home/in-gym practice. Chelsea talks PT and the various differences between therapies as well as helping you to understand how it’s much more than just something you do after an injury. About Healthy Movement Physical Therapy and Wellness and Dr. Chelsea WalterHealthy Movement Physical Therapy and Wellness, LLC is a mobile, concierge PT, and wellness practice founded by Dr. Chelsea Walter in 2020. This practice was born out of wanting to help people in a way that was lacking with traditional physical therapy. Chelsea spent five years working in an outpatient PT clinic for a local hospital network. During this time, she learned that the insurance-based model squeezed too many patients into one day and left the therapist minimal personal time with the client. The choice to go out-of-network was easy. Outside of the corporate model and without insurance dictating care, she is now able to give clients the attention they deserve and to treat them as more than just an injury or another insurance claim. (On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/healthymovementPT)  FAQs - https://www.healthymovementpt.com/faqsChelsea’s background is in physical therapy with an emphasis on the treatment of spinal conditions. She graduated from Saint Louis University in 2014 with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy and completed undergraduate work at the same institution. From 2018 to 2019, she was a post-graduate resident with the McKenzie Institute where she achieved certification in the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT) and board certification in orthopedics (OCS). Chelsea enjoys working with clients who are active in the gym or with recreational sports. She has led an active lifestyle from early on in life and enjoys hiking, travel, and spending time with family. Graphics by Taylor HugginsOld Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast, it’s associated trade and service marks and all content connected thereto are copyright 2020 GLD Enterprises Communications, Ltd. All rights reserved. 
This episode of the Old Nerd in the Gym involves grief and loss.  It may be uncomfortable for some listeners. Listener discretion is advised.  A great deal of the Old Nerd content has been generated from our founder, Gery Deer, and his experience caring for his parents. Sadly, his father, Gary, Sr., passed away on July 1st, 2020 and that left Gery with a new perspective on his experience. In this episode, he describes his father’s death as a “deafening absence,” referring, not just to his passing, but to the changes in Gery’s daily routine; a routine that has had to be altered with every phase of his father’s decline. All of a sudden, he has no one to take care of, his time is his (except for work, and the odd activity in dealing with his dad’s passing). There’s a hole - one that’s filling with doubt, second-guessing, anger, sadness, and guilt. Gery and his co-host, Julie Barth, talk about some of the feelings and experiences a caregiver can go through after their family member/patient has died and how Gery is dealing with it. They’ll cover the anxiety and grief leading up to that point (known as anticipatory grief) as well as how to deal with the second-guessing and feelings that you may not have done enough. Old Nerd in the Gym is written and co-hosted by Gery L. Deer.Produced and directed by Julie A. BarthThis is a production of GLD Enterprises Communications. All rights reserved.Graphics by Taylor Huggins
The world around us has changed in ways no one could have predicted even several weeks before. As more and more communities are ordered to remain at home to help minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus, stress levels are rising, and so is the clutter. Disorganization can add to an already exploding stress level in your home. If you're a caregiver, now you may have to deal with a lack of outside help, less sleep, and more worry. Isolation can be a bit stressful and amid the Coronavirus outbreak, we are all feeling anxiety and stress about being alone and keeping ourselves occupied and our minds stimulated. Tami Doling of Silverlinings Organizers joins us for the second time on Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast to talk with co-hosts Julie Barth and Gery Deer about the importance of staying organized to help combat stress during these difficult times.Tami Doling has been seen on Living Dayton on WDTN and is a professional tutor and organizer.  She can be reached for both in person and virtual organizing or for questions at Silverlingsorganizers.comOld Nerd in the Gym is written and co-hosted by Gery L. Deer.Produced and directed by Julie A. BarthThis is a production of GLD Enterprises Communications. All rights reserved.Graphics by Taylor Huggins
Without question, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) siege is affecting every American but caregivers could be some of the hardest hit. Why? Because, in addition to themselves, they are generally caring for a high-risk patient. On this special edition of the Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast, co-hosts Gery Deer and Julie Barth discuss some of the dangers and preventative measures caregivers can take to minimize potential infection. They'll also talk about where to find the best, most knowledgable, non-political resources for information. This episode contains COVID-19 tips and precautions for the elderly and caregivers.  Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast is a production of Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness, LLC, and GLD Enterprises Communications, Ltd., Copyright 2019 - all rights reserved. For more information visit our website at www.oldnerdinthegym.com.Old Nerd in the Gym is written and co-hosted by Gery L. Deer.Produced and directed by Julie A. BarthOld Nerd Logo by Taylor HugginsInformation cited in this podcast was found via the following resources:www.cdc.govhttp://waterheatertimer.org/Water-heater-temperature-for-killing-bacteria.html (water heater temperature)https://www.nbc4i.com/news/your-local-election-hq/larose-all-ohio-county-boards-of-elections-to-offer-curbside-voting-tuesday/https://www.cnn.com/world/live-news/coronavirus-outbreak-03-16-20-intl-hnk/index.htmlhttps://broadview.org/coronavirus-ageism-ableism/https://thecaregiverspace.org/7-easy-ways-caregivers-can-use-technology-to-keep-loved-ones-safe/?utm_source=ReviveOldPost&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=ReviveOldPosthttps://advice.shinetext.com/articles/we-asked-experts-how-to-cope-with-your-coronavirus-anxiety/https://www.johnahartford.org/dissemination-center/view/coronavirus-disease-covid-19-resources-for-older-adults-family-caregivers-and-health-care-providers
Roger Hines II is the author of the book CP Dad: My Life as a Special Needs Parent.  He captured seventeen years of caring for his family including his son Kolton who has Cerebral Palsy. In this episode, Gery and Julie discuss strategies to achieve your goals as we get further into the New year. We talked with Roger and his book and his caregiving experiences with Kolton and his two other kids.   Special needs parents, like home caregivers, are rarely recognized for how hard their day-to-day lives are and the commitment it takes to  take care of someone every day of their lives.  Roger Hines and the Old Nerd share ups, downs, and funny situations that happen within the world of caregiving and we get to see into the behind the scenes life of a special needs parent.   Roger's book, CP Dad: My Life as a Special Needs Parent is available on Amazon.com and at Barnesandnoble.com as a hardcover, paperback, and in ebook formats.Links to find out more about Roger Hines II and CP Dad: My Life as a Special Needs Parent:     https://m.barnesandnoble.com/w/cpdad-roger-dean-hines-ii/1134312963?ean=9781078763721     https://www.amazon.com/dp/1691747432/ref=cm_sw_r_em_apa_i_9OuGDb1YP1A2S      https://youtu.be/9Cex45OGdAk
During the holiday season, it can be challenging to stay focused on health and nutrition. Our guest for this episode of Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast is Jessie Whitesell, a professional health coach, and fitness trainer.  Co-hosts Gery Deer and Julie Barth talk with Jessie as she shares some insights on coaching, wellness, not giving up and how to stay on track with your health while hitting up all of those holiday parties! Listen to the full podcast with the following link, or find it, free, on any streaming service. ABOUT JESSIE WHITESELL:As a wellness consultant, she is a certified health coach, personal trainer, autoimmune paleo coach, behavioral specialist, and fitness / nutrition specialist.  Jessie enjoys the deep meaningful relationships that she and her clients form as they create action plans to better their own health. She also enjoys speaking to large groups, creating corporate wellness initiatives, and plans for families.Jessie is a mama of three busy active teenagers and married to her high school sweetheart. She tackles two autoimmune diseases with a balance of nutrition, sleep, pharmaceuticals, exercise and stress reduction but will not let these diseases define her.When she isn’t traveling with her children’s sports teams, she enjoys traveling and being out in nature; hiking, kayaking, swimming, and running. Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast and Videos are a creative and educational production and intellectual property of GLD Enterprises Communications, Ltd. No use, full or in part, is authorized without written permission. 
"Organization is about facing our "clutter" and making the decision to get back to the things that are really important:  our families, our children, our friends, our relationships."  - Tami Doling, Professional Organizer Our guest on this episode of Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast is our good friend Tami Doling, a Professional Organizer and Motivational Speaker.  Her company, Silver Lining Organizers, LLC, is dedicated to helping people live healthier, happier lives by getting organized!   According to medical experts, being disorganized and surrounded by clutter can release hormones and have a seriously negative effect on your health [Source: https://www.sharecare.com/health/stress-reduction/organized-cut-stress]. If you’re also a caregiver, this problem is compounded since you’re often managing your own household as well as the affairs of your family member patient. Getting organized can help to reduce that stress and protect your health. (Check out Tami’s guest blog on our website at www.oldnerdinthegym.com)Tami has a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Communication from Wright State University.  She is a regular guest on Living Dayton / WTDN television in Dayton, Ohio, and has also appeared on FOX 45 News.  She is a writer for DaytonParentMagazine.com and conducts Organizing Classes for the Dayton Metro Libraries and the Kettering Recreation Center, as well as many private groups including: Goodwill / Easter Seals, Christ United Methodist Church, MOMs Groups, WilmerHale, Eastway Behavioral Healthcare, Keller Williams Realty, US Bank, Dayton’s WiBN, Kelley & Co., the Marsh & McLennan Agency, the Grant Professionals Association and the Association of Fundraising Professionals.  Over the years, Tami has discovered the power of less: Do Less – Get More Done!  Her goal is to give you strategies and tips to organize your spaces and give you the skills you need to stay organized. There is Power in Simplicity!  Tami talks with Old Nerd hosts Gery Deer and Julie Barth about how to keep yourself and your loved one organized.  You can find out more about Tami and her company, Silver Lining Organizers, and pick up tips and information by following her on Facebook and Pinterest at Silver Lining Organizers and at their website, www.SilverLiningOrganizers.comOld Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast is a production of Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness, LLC, and GLD Enterprises Communications, Ltd., Copyright 2019 - all rights reserved. For more information visit our website at www.oldnerdinthegym.com.Old Nerd in the Gym is written and co-hosted by Gery L. Deer.Produced and directed by Julie A. BarthGraphics by Taylor Huggins
One of the greatest challenges for caregivers is identifying resources available for various services, from home health care to meals on wheels. Struggling to find where to get help can increase stress and affect the health of both the caregiver and your family member. For this reason, most regions have some type of “agency on aging” that provides a clearinghouse and specialty services for seniors and caregivers. These organizations are typically not-for-profit and offer everything from basic information and education to low-cost or no-cost home care, emergency alert equipment and more.Jeff Schairbaum is the educational and outreach liaison for the Greene County Council on Aging (GCCOA) based in Xenia, Ohio. The GCCOA is one of countless agencies around the country that provides resources and education to caregivers and seniors. Jeff joins Gery Deer and Julie Barth for this edition of Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast to discuss what organizations like his can provide in general and, for our local listeners, his agency specifically.For detailed information on service resources for seniors and caregivers in your area do a Google search for “senior services” or “caregiver support” and use your city in the criteria. For more information on the Council on Aging in Greene County visit: www.GCCOA.orgOld Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast is a production of Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness, LLC, and GLD Enterprises Communications, Ltd., Copyright 2019 - all rights reserved. For more information visit our website at www.oldnerdinthegym.com.Old Nerd in the Gym is written and co-hosted by Gery L. Deer.Produced and directed by Julie A. Barth
Yoga is a Hindu practice which helps to focus the mind, body, and spirit. Those who practice yoga will attest to its benefits in their overall wellness and how it helps ease the mind. In this episode, Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast hosts Gery Deer and Julie Barth join their own yoga instructor (sometimes referred to as a “yogi”), Carmen Milano at one of her practice spaces in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Carmen grew up in Chicago but has lived in Dallas, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Portland, and Skipperville, Alabama. But 20 years ago, decided to put roots down in Yellow Springs. In her own words, “At 49, in the pursuit of aging well and as gracefully as possible, I began to intentionally move my body through walking often, riding my bike around the village, and practicing yoga.”Eventually, she began to teach the yoga classes she found so beneficial. Her class members frequently share stories of health challenges and what benefits yoga has brought to them. “I love being included in the process and journey of living well through yoga,” she told us. Today, Carmen teaches at the Antioch Wellness Center at Antioch College and at the Kula Cooperative. She has taken time out of her busy schedule and opened her doors at Kula Cooperative to share her insight on the benefits of Yoga. Production Note: This podcast was recorded in the main studio of Kula Cooperative. Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast is a production of Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness, LLC, and GLD Enterprises Communications, Ltd., Copyright 2019 - all rights reserved. For more information visit our website at www.oldnerdinthegym.com.Old Nerd in the Gym is written and co-hosted by Gery L. Deer.Produced and directed by Julie A. Barth
Weight Loss and the Old NerdWeight loss is a billion-dollar business around the world, and particularly in the United States. Amidst all of the fads and gimmicks it can be difficult and emotionally draining for someone to try to lose weight, especially if they’re going it alone. This episode of Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast features our special guest Carol Erisman, Store Manager of Profile by Sanford in Springboro, Ohio. Carol’s company offers one-on-one weight loss coaching, DNA testing to personalize your meal plans, and nutritious, portion-controlled meal replacements that combine fresh, healthy grocery foods with Profile meals.Carol talks with hosts Gery Deer and Julie Barth about how Profile helps their clients to affordably lose weight and feel better about themselves in the process - and no gimmicks.According to Carol, Profiles by Sandford was created by doctors and researchers to include concepts proven to be successful in helping people lose weight and keep it off. It is a science-based – tried-and-proven program with no fads or gimmicks.Their parent company Sanford Health – one of America’s largest healthcare systems – assembled a group of physicians, dieticians, researchers and exercise experts to create a simple, effective and sustainable program that takes the guesswork out of weight loss and healthy living. They started with a single store in Sioux Falls, South Dakota in 2012 and today hundreds of thousands of people from all 50 states are transforming their lives as Profile members. Tune in now and hear more!  Guest Contact Information:Carol Erisman Store Manager | Profile by Sanford – DaytonPhone: (937) 249-0095profileplan.comOld Nerd in the Gym is written and co-hosted by Gery L. Deer.Produced and directed by Julie A. BarthThis is a production of GLD Enterprises Communications. All rights reserved.Graphics by Taylor Huggins
Season 2 - Episode 2 Boxing and the Old NerdJulie Barth and Gery Deer in our first ever ringside recording at Drake's Downtown Gym to talk about a boxing class for Parkinson's patients, caregiving, fitness, wellness and as always some cheesy jokes.Drake’s Downtown Gym is an old-school boxing gym situated in a former bus depot at the heart of Dayton, Ohio’s Historic Oregon District. Julie Barth and Gery Deer sat down with trainer/boxer Shannan Hamm in the gritty, no-nonsense environment of Drake’s to learn more about what happens there and of particular interest to Old Nerd, to learn about a special boxing exercise class focused on seniors with Parkinson’s and other physically degenerative issues. Here’s a little more about our guest. Shannan started her fitness journey in 2012 when she weighed 250 pounds. She started working with a personal trainer once a week and changed her diet completely. She was able to lose 110 pounds through weightlifting and changing her diet. In 2015, Shannan became a personal trainer in 2015 and began Powerlifting. At age 45 her personal best meet weight was 715 lbs. in squat, deadlift and bench press. She switched to boxing at Drakes in 2015. Shannan began taking classes every day and fell in love with the workout and the sport. She found herself in her first knockout in 2016 and has done 4 since. She is a USA boxing coach and trains fighters at Drakes. She loves helping people reach their fitness goals. If you’re in the Dayton, Ohio area, check out Drake’s, you can find them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=125966294135526Special Thanks to Drake's Downtown Gym for opening their doors to us so kindly.Old Nerd in the Gym is written and co-hosted by Gery L. Deer.Produced and directed by Julie A. BarthThis is a production of GLD Enterprises Communications. All rights reserved.Graphics by Taylor Huggins
Welcome to Season 2 of The Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness Podcast! In our season premiere episode, fitness trainer Melanie Redd, of “Melanie Redd Performance Training” joins us! Melanie shares her fitness journey and offers some tips and information on getting started, staying motivated, and shares the health benefits of - wait for it - DARK CHOCOLATE! You don’t want to miss this one.Old Nerd in the Gym is written and co-hosted by Gery L. Deer.Produced and directed by Julie A. BarthThis is a production of GLD Enterprises Communications. All rights reserved.Graphics by Taylor HugginsHere’s a little more about this episode’s guest.Melanie Redd is a fitness professional in Dayton, Ohio, and the owner of Melanie Redd Performance Training. Specializing in total wellness, strength and conditioning, injury prevention, and weight loss, Melanie has been helping clients achieve health and happiness since 2011. She is a practicing lifestyle change/health/fitness coach, has developed injury prevention and performance programs for high school and adult athletes and is a high school strength & conditioning coach for football, wrestling, and basketball. Melanie has a virtual personal training and corporate wellness app. She’s passionate about helping clients realize their full potential through functional movement, healthy eating, and healthy thought patterns.  Melanie is also passionate about travel and incorporating sport, exercise and wellness practices into her adventures. Where you can find Melanie Redd online:https://www.facebook.com/mrperformancetraining/https://twitter.com/MelanieReddPThttps://www.instagram.com/melanieredd1/Website: www.mrperformancetraining.com
This is a fun compilation of all the times we went off the rails and got very goofy while recording Season 1 of the Old Nerd in the Gym Fitness podcast.  I laughed editing this together and we hope you laugh as well. At the end of the gag reel is a little teaser about our next season of Old Nerd and what is up next for us.  Old Nerd in the Gym is written and co-hosted by Gery L. Deer.Produced, edited and directed by Julie A. BarthThis is a production of GLD Enterprises Communications. All rights reserved.Graphics by Taylor HugginsTags: kids, family, fit kids, old nerd fitness, fitness, caregiving, old nerd, training, education, elder care, exercise, elderly, motivation, family fitness, active kids, children, activities
Are your kids glued to screens all day? Do they hang around the house, lounging on the couch and the only exercise they get is when their thumbs move during a text message to their friends - who are probably in the same room? In this episode of the Old Nerd in the Gym Podcast, Julie and Gery tackle some tips to help get your kids more active while setting a better example for them yourself! Get up and get out there!Old Nerd in the Gym is written and co-hosted by Gery L. Deer.Produced and directed by Julie A. BarthThis is a production of GLD Enterprises Communications. All rights reserved.Graphics by Taylor HugginsTags: kids, family, fit kids, old nerd fitness, fitness, caregiving, old nerd, training, education, elder care, exercise, elderly, motivation, family fitness, active kids, children, activities
When you see someone helping a senior or disabled family member at a restaurant or out shopping, did you ever think of what it might take to get them there? As a caregiver, managing the day-to-day of a disabled or senior family member can be exhausting for both. Even the most basic outing can take hours when you're managing everything from bathing to transportation. In this episode of Old Nerd in the Gym Podcast, Julie Barth interviews Gery Deer about some of the typical behind-the-scenes activities required to assist his elderly father.Old Nerd in the Gym is written and co-hosted by Gery L. Deer.Produced and directed by Julie A. BarthThis is a production of GLD Enterprises Communications. All rights reserved.Graphics by Taylor Huggins
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