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Moving2Live- Apologies for no podcast today.



It was bound to happen- 150+ episodes over 2+ years with Moving2Live and our sister podcast FitLabPGH, and this week I somehow lost the audio file (and backups) for part 2 of a scheduled interview.  I appreciate a listener emailing me and making me aware that the audio originally posted was incorrect.

This is totally my error, and my sincere apologies to anyone who was looking forward to listening to this week’s episode- part II with Eric Chessen.  Eric has been very gracious, and we will be releasing a new part 2 once I talk to Eric again.

I appreciate every listener and hope you will continue to listen to upcoming episodes, including an upcoming episode with Eric Chessen.
BHR


Moving2Live Podcast Coming…



In late 2016 I announced that in 2017 FitlabPGH would be joined by a new podcast- Moving2Live.  As always things take a little longer than originally planned.  However….on August 23 look for a short Moving2Live podcast episode explaining what we are and what you can expect from our weekly podcasts, released every Wednesday.

Starting Wednesday, August 30, we will start with our weekly interviews.  Fall sports are starting, and it is always good to get information from experts.  Here is what to expect from our first 5 episodes:

August 23: Introduction– What is Moving2Live all about?
August 30:  Rick Howard, MEd, CSCS,*D- Part 1
Sept 6: Brian Gearity, PhD, ATC, CSCS*D, RSCC, USAW, USATF- Part 1
Sept 13: Rick Howard, MEd, CSCS,*D- Part 2
Sept 20: Brian Gearity, PhD, ATC, CSCS*D, RSCC, USAW, USATF- Part 2

Follow Rick (rihoward41) and Brian (@DrGearity) on Twitter and learn about their career paths, as well as advice for working with youth athletes and the science of coaching.


Moving2Live- Coming in 2017



Coming in 2017 Moving2LiveMoving2Live is a podcast about movement and fitness to improve your quality of life and give you information for yourself or clients if you are a movement and fitness professional. Inteviews w be with leading fitness and movement professionals, covering topics  suitable for professionals and amateur aficionados. In the meantime check out our sister podcast FitLabPGH.