Molly Shattuck is a former NFL cheerleader for the Baltimore Ravens and the author of Vibrant Living which details how to modify unhealthy behaviors with fitness being the ultimate goal, she said in an interview on the Palin Update with Kevin Scholla.
Vibrant Living describes a 21-day action plan in which Shattuck says the pounds will begin to drop and your skin will have a healthier glow. She said Olympic athletes reach their goals through the many daily decisions they make. The action plan includes 30 minutes of exercise per day, drinking water, and eating real food – fruits and vegetables – and less processed, packaged foods.
Shattuck who was the oldest cheerleader in the NFL said "age is just a number" – as long as you make healthy decisions such as moving your body and drinking water rather than other beverages. She suggests drinking 30 oz of water upon awakening. Shattuck also said heart disease affects more women than cancers and 80% of it is preventable. Of course, smokers should kick the habit, she said.
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Shattuck admires former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin’s regimen of running and yoga and her overall physically active lifestyle. Gov. Palin has run private marathons, one of which she wrote about in Going Rogue. "I really admire her because she’s dedicated herself to her family … and to helping fellow Americans and to do whatever she can to be a role model and to lead by example….big cheers and high kicks for Sarah Palin."
Most people lead busy lives. Shattuck said if you break a 30-minute exercise block into three blocks of 10 minutes each. "It’s just as effective," she said.
She strongly emphasizes planning your meals and preparing them at home because you control what you are eating.
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Molly Shattuck, the former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader talks about her new book Vibrant Living. Shattuck has a 21-day program to help people get healthier. Governor Sarah Palin remembers Chris Kyle while rooting on her Seahawks in the Super Bowl. Plus, a happy birthday to Ronald Reagan, a congressman who actually sticks to his principles, and prayers for a conservative friend. Also, Commonwealth Commonsense with Susan Stimpson and the latest segment of Steel Resolve, our weekly commentary with Sarah Steelman. SarahNET Radio is ON DEMAND and available for DOWNLOAD anytime!
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