Better movement is going to be the linchpin for all of us MiddleLiving and SuperiorSeniors as we move forward through the 21st century. Dr. Deborah Feltz is a wealth of information that can enlighten as well as inspire. As a distinguished Professor of Kinesiology at Michigan State University, and Senior Olympic athlete here resume is clearly outstanding and we are blessed to have her as a new family member.
Bob Fullerton is our Boomers Rock Local guest who really knows his music, literally! As the Director of the Prevailing Winds Community Band based in Grand Haven Bob shares the stories that anyone will enjoy about the benefits we all receive from loving music.
Dr Deb Feltz has an easy going, down to Earth way of communicating, no hard push here. She loves people and would love to build self-confidence. It is all about moving and becoming less sedentary. Deb shares stories of colleagues who changed their lives, slowly and incrementally, and she will lay out some ideas to increase your personal beliefs and capacities. From just standing up to finding friends and mentors, overcomplicating our lives with fitness regimens is not what Dr. Deb Feltz is all about.
Bob Fullerton is an Interlochen trained musician, and studied his craft at Central Michigan University. You will enjoy his story of how a donor shared her passion for improved brain health through music, a story that can enlighten all of us together. As an educator and entrepreneur Bob has a really cool and solid background, lifelong Grand Haven resident and is a welcome addition to the talk show.
In this week’s episode we discuss-
- Efficacy and exercise
- Senior Olympics
- Getting off medications
- Mentors and accountability
- Better odds
- Believing in your own capacity for self-improvement
- Musical opportunities
- Brain health through music
- Getting people to come out and play
- Grand Havens summers and the concerts in the park
Listen to Tom Matt’s “Boomers Rock” Radio Talk Show Season 4 Episode 27 below…