Fabulous pictures. I believe this info will be of value to you. I am not sure if you have seen any of my nutrition videos on Trainer Be Trained but I wanted to connect with you to let you know of an educational event I am giving this Sat. I am very big on health prevention, looking and feeling great, and of course a balanced good diet. With my current position as Director of Auum Canada, I am sharing the value of mammalian omega 3s, which is different and more absorbable from fish, and vitamin D. There will be a number of health care practitioners and personal trainers present as well as some top athletes. I will be presenting alongside a biochemist and a doctor. Check out this link for more information. http://auumconventionoct152011.eventbrite.com/
Hope you can join me. Look forward to hearing from you.
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"Omega 3 is highly recommended by health care practitioners around the world and Dr. Oz says, it is the most valuable supplement to take daily. I say it is a must to get a balanced omega supplement"
Apologize for the delay in msg, I am definitely not on here much. Now, we need to get you a facebook fan page! :) And yes, you definitely got yourself a new fan after the last show!
You are going to rock that stage in February! I just know it...!
I'm here to calm your nerves a little bit before the show OK?:) You have to realize that being nervous is a good thing, we all get nervous before hitting the stage, especially for the first time. Our nerves will never go away, it's about controlling them, and being able to perform without people actually seeing your nervousness. It's OK to feel nervous, once you're on stage, it's all about your control and how you present yourself. If you show everyone that you're nervous, then we will all see that, but if you can feel your nervousness and channel it into confidence, it becomes an amazing thing to watch. Nervousness is something you feel, and not something you want to show, so your goal is to remember to have fun and smile at all times, even if the nerves are trying to get the best of you. It's all about having a good time on stage.You've worked so hard on your body to prepare for the show. It's time to show it, and be proud of your accomplishments. Having fun and enjoying the moment, is what it's all about. See you on stage Sharon :)