Posts filtered by tags: NASM[x]


 

Running Basics Interactive Online CEU Course

I'm excited to announce the launch of my new interactive online Running Basics CEU course available through National Personal Training Institute Global. (Earn CEU credits for NASM, AFFA, and NATIONALPTI)! This course will help fitness professionals, personal trainers, fitness trainers, and coaches feel more confident working with runners, better meet the fitness needs of their running clients, and widen their client base by offering programs designed for runners of all levels. Through 1...
Tags: Fitness, Sport, Running, Exercise, Run, Personal Trainer, NASM, Running Coach, Runner, Runnerdude, Runnerdudes Fitness, Continuing Education, CEU, NASM AFFA, Affa, Nationalpti


629 Boeing 737 MAX Return to Service Airworthiness Directive

We talk with an Air Traffic Controller at London Heathrow who also acts as deputy manager of the ATC team for the RIAT airshow. In the news, FAA airworthiness directive permits the Boeing 737 MAX to return to service, Delta and tariffs on Airbus aircraft, Gatwick slot usage and planned labor action at Heathrow, speed dating in the air, Norwegian Air Shuttle troubles, autonomous airplane tugs, and a F/A-18C Hornet goes into the National Air & Space Museum. Guest Adam Spink has been an air...
Tags: Europe, UK, London, Fcc, United States, Delta, Heathrow, Gatwick, Smithsonian, Aviation, Airbus, Michelin, Tbs, Taipei, Faa, Boeing


Our African American Siblings Are Speaking, Are We Listening? Here Are 15 Things African American Muslims Want You To Know

In the Fall of 2018, we surveyed Muslims of Hispanic/Latino descent and asked what is the one thing they would want the Muslim community to know about them. We gathered 25 responses and released an article called, “25 Things Latino Muslims Want you to Know.” The purpose of the piece was to educate the general Muslim body about the Latino Muslim community and its dynamics, to debunk common stereotypes about Latinos, and to lend a voice to a marginalized sector in the Islamic community and in the ...
Tags: New York, Featured, Religion, Americas, America, Society, Racism, United States, Islam, Muslim, Immigrants, Civil rights movement, Prophet, Pew Research Center, Caribbean, Black


557 Innovations in Flight 2019

Airplane Geeks again attended the annual Innovations in Flight Family Day and Outdoor Aviation Display. The event is held at the Smithsonian’s National Air & Space Museum at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Virginia. The event is sponsored by United Airlines. Micah, Max, and Robert at Innovations in Flight. Innovations in Flight adds special indoor exhibitors and an outdoor fly-in to the regular museum exhibits. This podcast has had the honor of being included as an exhibitor for ...
Tags: Smithsonian, Aviation, F-22, Air Force, Alex, Usaf, Craig, Robert, Thomas, Steven, Micah, Dulles, NASM, AOA, Udvar Hazy Center, Chantilly Virginia


Top 3 Best Personal Training Certification Programs

Becoming a certified personal trainer (CPT) opens career-changing doors for anyone passionate about fitness and helping others develop a healthy lifestyle. If you enjoy empowering others to create a powerful fitness routine and have a competitive work ethic, you will succeed in the industry of personal training. The first step towards a career as a CPT is to find a certification program to teach you the foundations of exercise science, coaching, and developing training programs. Earning recogni...
Tags: Startups, Others, Personal Trainer, CPT, Issa, NASM, American Council, Certification Program, NCCA National Commission of Certifying Agencies, National Academy of Sports Medicine NASM


549 Civil Air Patrol

A conversation about the Civil Air Patrol, noncommissioned officers in aviation, and the V-22 Osprey. Also, the last Doolittle Raider passes, the race to recover a Japanese F-35A, Special Operations Command (SOCOM) and light attack aircraft, the Stratolaunch first flight, the AOA sensor on Ethiopian 302, an airliner hits a sign, a positive airline story of the week, reduced seat recline, and an order for 60 all-electric airplanes. Guest Armando Carrion Armando Carrion just retired after a 2...
Tags: Japan, Spacex, UK, Texas, London, Congress, China, Russia, Raiders, Los Angeles, BBC News, David, Aviation, Norway, F-35, Jfk


533 Bits & Pieces XXIII

This is a Bits & Pieces episode with recorded segments from the hosts, contributors, and listeners. The segments that make up this episode [with start times]: Sean Mobley from The Museum of Flight in Seattle, Washington hosts the Museum’s “ Flight Deck Podcast ” and he has two clips from that show. [2:16]   Airplane Geeks Reporter-at-Large Launchpad Marzari speaks with Jim Dimatteo, the race director for Red Bull Air Race. [12:26] The decorated former TOPGUN Commander Jim DiMatt...
Tags: London, Navy, Washington Dc, Paris, Smithsonian, Aviation, John, Red Bull, Pacific Ocean, George W Bush, Viking, Bush, U S Navy, Micah, NASM, Red Bull Air Race


515 Jon Ostrower’s The Air Current

Aviation journalist Jon Ostrower is now editor-in-chief of The Air Current. Jon shares his views on Farnborough, electric aircraft, the Embraer/Boeing and Bombardier/Airbus linkups, and a Boeing middle market jet. Also, union reaction to single pilot cargo planes, Rolls-Royce financial woes in light of Trent 1000 problems, and a general aviation exhibit coming to the National Air & Space Museum. We also announce the winner of the Pima Air Museum book giveaway. Guest Jon Ostrower, editor-in-ch...
Tags: Congress, Washington, China, Nasa, Museum, Aviation, National Mall, Airbus, Electric, Faa, Boeing, Wall Street Journal, Kfc, Bombardier, Rolls Royce, Royce


4 Things Grandpa Has Taught Me

You're reading 4 Things Grandpa Has Taught Me, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. Some of my earliest memories are of my grandpa taking me to the beach when I was little to play in the sand and look for seashells. I still think of him virtually every time I see the ocean even though he passed away nearly 10 years. This isn’t all that surprising though since it was my grandpa who...
Tags: Family, Featured, Wisdom, Happiness, Chicago, Philosophy, Lifehacks, Self Improvement, Pickthebrain, Tyler, NASM, Golden Rule, Respect Your Elders, Iinconvenient, Tyler Read


#ToTheGirls from The Most Powerful People in New Music

It is much more important who the singing master at Kisvarda (small village) is than who the director of the Opera House is, because a poor director will fail.  (Often even a good one.)  But a bad teacher may kill off the love of music for thirty years from thirty classes of pupils—Zoltan Kodaly, 1929 What are you doing with your power as a teacher? Before some of you click away from this article, dismissing the notion of yourself as a teacher, consider this: Do you teach lessons in your home, ...
Tags: Usa, Religion, Commission, Columns, Skype, Clara, Opera House, Robert, FELIX, Messiaen, SAB, Ella, Bessie, Suzuki, Berg, NASM


508 Innovations In Flight 2018

Innovations in Flight Family Day and Outdoor Aviation Display Innovations in Flight Family Day and Outdoor Aviation Display June 16, 2018 This is an annual event by the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Virginia. Innovations in Flight is sponsored by United Airlines. Airplane Geeks again participated in the event and we recorded interviews at our display inside the museum. Here they are, with start times: Interviews [09:25] Adam ...
Tags: Europe, New York, California, Atlanta, Nasa, Atlantic, Alaska, Smithsonian, Aviation, Brian, Airbus, Jack, Smith, United, United Airlines, A380


America's Most Popular Museum Has A New Leader

"A former NASA chief scientist and a leader in the effort to send humans to Mars will make history as the first woman to lead the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum. Ellen Stofan will become the John and Adrienne Mars Director of NASM starting April 30."
Tags: Art, America, Nasa, Smithsonian, John, Mars, Issues, NASM, National Air, Adrienne, Ellen Stofan, 04.05.18


489 Airport Planner

We talk with an airport planner who also co-founded an organization for innovation in aviation. In the news, we discuss a very old paper travel voucher and how the airline reacted when it surfaced, a study of bacteria and fungus in the terminal and on aircraft, expensive refrigerators for Air Force One, and a donation by nine airlines to the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum. We also  look at BA and their latest change to the passenger experience in short-haul flights, the Qantas challen...
Tags: Health, UK, Sacramento, Smithsonian, Qantas, Aviation, Nashville, Brian, Airbus, Air, Airport, Air Force, Ba, Boeing, United Airlines, Chris


44 Insta-Hot Pics of Janna Breslin

Janna Breslin is a professional model, Certified Nutritional Therapist, and NASM certified personal trainer based in San Diego, California. She’s...
Tags: Featured, Models, Humor, Girls, San Diego California, NASM, Professional Model, Insta Hot Pics, Fitness Magazine, Certified Nutritional Therapist, Fitness Publications, Janna Breslin, Max Sports, Oxygen Australia


What Top Trainers Say You Should Do If You Only Have 30 Minutes In The Gym

They say that the hardest part of any workout is showing up. But even if you do manage to get your body in a gym, then you still have to figure out what exactly to do with it. Raise your hand if, when left to your own devices in a gym, you just end up shuffling around and staring at machines until you decide you've spent enough time there for it to qualify as a "workout." Yeah, us, too.So, what's the best workout to do when you're short on time? There's no one answer that'll work for everyone, ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Saudi Arabia, Nike, Crossfit, King, James, Moreno, Tabata, NASM, Greg James, Karli Alvino, Alvino, Peleton, Holly Rilinger, Rilinger


7 Jumping Exercises That Might Actually Be Fun

Imagine, for a second, a workout that's actually fun. Jumping exercises, or plyometrics, can be a blast — or, at least, feel less like torture — because you're literally just jumping up and down like a kid.The term "plyometric" sounds like a geometry theorem, but it basically refers to exercises involving rapid stretching and contracting of your muscles, like jumping. And plyometric exercises, or "plyos," are really good for you: A 2000 study found that doing plyometric exercises improved bone ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Barry, Jump, NASM, Sadie Kurzban, Ashley Wilking, Wilking


Associate Director of Preparatory, College-Conservatory of Music (CCM)

The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Preparatory and Community Engagement is looking for a collaborative leader with a love of performing arts education to join the Preparatory team in the role of Associate Director of Preparatory and Director of Education. As a member of the senior leadership staff, including the Director of Finance and Administration and the Director of Engagement, Partnerships and Special Programs, the incumbent will head the Preparatory music division a...
Tags: Art, Jobs, Microsoft, Cincinnati, University Of Cincinnati, CCM, NASM, Finance and Administration, NASD, College Conservatory of Music, Preparatory College Conservatory of Music CCM, Preparatory, Community Engagement Office, CCM With the Community Engagement Office, CCM Preparatory, University of Cincinnati West Campus


How To Not Poop When You Go Running

Runners just love to brag about how they get a runner's high from logging miles, but there's another bodily byproduct that far fewer people talk about: poop. What starts as a normal jog on the treadmill can turn into a leggings-clutching sprint to the bathroom if you don't think it through. "Running, like many forms of endurance exercise, causes your gut to become very efficient," says Amanda Kruse, RD, CD. What you eat and when you eat it can make your run, and your bowels, go a little smoothe...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Johnson, Joe, NASM, Kruse, Natalie Johnson, Vanessa Rissetto, Amanda Kruse, Rissetto


444 AOPA President Mark Baker

Guest Mark Baker is the President and CEO of AOPA, the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association. In the news, wake turbulence from an A380 flips a Challenger 604, two flight attendants sue American Airlines for failure to enforce company policy, an engine on a Saab 340 loses its propeller in flight. Also, an interview from the National Air & Space Museum Restoration Hangar, and an idea for a circular runway. Guest Mark Baker, president and CEO, AOPA. Mark Baker is President and CEO of the A...
Tags: White House, Bbc, David, Sydney, Aviation, Boeing, Saab, American Airlines, Trump, Mark, Martin, Congressional, Arabian Sea, ATC, Boeing Company, NASM


Certified Personal Trainer or Become a Trainer

Body Kinetics Health Club has immediate openings for Personal Fitness Trainers. If you have hold a national accredited certification applied Today! IF you want to become a Certified Personal Trainer through NASM keep reading. Now is the time to bec [...]
Tags: Craigslist, Job, NASM, Body Kinetics Health Club


12 Tips That Make Treadmill Running Way Less Lame

There's a reason why people call the treadmill the "dreadmill," and it's not just because it's an easy pun. Running to nowhere on a hamster-like wheel can be pretty boring, unless you actively think of ways to make it interesting. "Treadmill routines, just like outdoor running, should have some method to the madness," says Karli Alvino, a NASM-certified personal trainer and coach at Mile High Run Club, a treadmill running class in New York City.The key is to step on the treadmill with a plan: H...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York City, Time, Netflix, Drake, Hamilton, Simon, Equinox, Don, NASM, Alvina, Mile High Run Club, Natalie Johnson, Karli Alvino, Susan Simon


409 Vet Air: Flying Veterans in Need of Medical Care

Providing veterans with air transportation to and from healthcare facilities, an around-the-world record attempt, Air Force to use enlisted airmen as RPA pilots, FAA encourages GA aircraft owners to voluntarily install safety equipment, a cable break during a carrier landing, and growing military aircraft in chemical vats. Plus, a report on the new Boeing Milestones of Flight Hall at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Air and Space Museum. Guest Karen and Vet Air’s Jesus Pereira Jesus ...
Tags: Navy, Massachusetts, Drone, David, Va, Aviation, Jesus, Air Force, Faa, Boeing, Kuwait, Usaf, Hawkeye, Bae Systems, Routehappy, University of Glasgow


406 Innovations in Flight 2016

The Airplane Geeks attended the Innovations in Flight Family Day and Outdoor Aviation Display on Saturday, June 18, 2016 at the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Virginia. The Airplane Geeks: Micah, Brian, Max, Benet, David Interviews Commander Brian McGlaughin, USCG Commander Brian McGlaughin The United States Coast Guard is celebrating 100 years of aviation in 2016, and we hear about the mission of Coast Guard, flying in Alaska, the Sik...
Tags: California, Washington, Nasa, David, Pennsylvania, Alaska, Aviation, Vietnam, Boeing, Academy, Usaf, Steve, Max, Steven, Langley, Coast Guard


AirplaneGeeks 396 The Emirates Employment Model

Conversation with the recruitment manager for Emirates about opportunities at the airline. Also, possible layoffs (or retirements) at Boeing, Air France service returning to Iran, new student pilot rules from the FAA, a buyer for Virgin America, and dogs – can they really fly? Guest Andrew Longley is Head of Recruitment – Flight Operations (Pilots)  at  Emirates. The airline operates to over 140 destinations with an all-widebody fleet of Boeing and Airbus aircraft. Emirates is the world’...
Tags: Navy, Senate, Iran, Syria, Paris, Emirates, Dubai, Un, Ibm, Airbus, Tehran, Faa, Lebanon, Boeing, Low, Hamilton


How To Find Yourself The Perfect Personal Trainer

As the holidays and all of the overeating, drinking and socialize associated with them comes to an end, New Year closes in and people inevitably start thinking about resolutions. For many of us, those resolutions involve some form of fitness, exercise or diet and usually begin with an eager enthusiasm only to fizzle out before any real changes or habits have begun. For those who are interested in learning the tools to successfully set and accomplish fitness goals, hiring a trainer may be the an...
Tags: Photos, Feature, Workout Tips, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Aaron Guy, Finding A Trainer, The Phoenix Effect, NASM


Stop Living Like You Get A ‘Do-Over’ Life

“To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.” Oscar Wilde We’re back with...
Tags: Health, Podcast, Music, Inspiration, Sport, Meditation, Self-help, Frankfurt, Yoga, Spirituality, Running, Oscar Wilde, Bonobos, Garth Davis, NASM, Rich Roll