It’s “Fitness Friday”

Hello WHUR Family,

Food not only fuels our bodies, it also awakens our senses. Nature has given us the best of everything when it comes to food. We now know that the most beautifully-colored foods are also the most nutritious. And, when used in recipes, combining foods can make a beautiful presentation, have intoxicating aromas, fill our mouths with wonderful textures and flavors and create memories. So, food is clearly more than just fuel. Food also provides energy. That energy is what we commonly call calories. Let’s explore the relationships and how to make it all work for us.

- Your “Fitness Friday” Groove -  

Artist: Whitney Houston 
Song: One Of Those Days

- Your Fitness Friday Exercise Program -

For your exercise program for today Monday and Wednesday of next week… It‘s all about The Cardiovascular. So here it is!

The reasons for doing cardiovascular exercises – are to work your heart, better cardiovascular conditioning, burn fat and reduce your blood pressure to name a few. You can walk, run, dance, hike, bike, swim … but whatever you do, do something that you enjoy and it puts a smile on your heart. 

And your goal is to maintain your cardiovascular activity for 30 – 45 minutes 4 day per week. And before you start your exercise routine. Always tell someone where you are going, your route and estimated time to return.

Remember your goal is to become Fit and Fabulous. So, work with what you have and it’s all happening right here.












- Fitness Friday Meal of The Day -

Breakfast Omelet Sandwiches

Here’s a hearty and tasty breakfast idea.  You can make a savory vegetable omelet even better by sandwiching it in between slices of whole grain bread.



  • Vegetable cooking spray 
  • 1/2 cup chopped fresh mushrooms 
  • 1/4 cup chopped green pepper 
  • 1/4 cup chopped tomato 
  • 2  tablespoons finely chopped onions 
  • 1/2 cup cholesterol-free egg substitute 
  • 2  teaspoons freshly grated Parmesan cheese 
  • 4  slices 12 Grain Bread 


  1. Spray an 8-inch nonstick skillet with the cooking spray and heat over medium heat for 1 minute. Add the mushrooms, pepper, tomato and onion. Cover and cook until the vegetables are tender. Remove the vegetables from the skillet. Remove the skillet from the heat. Wipe out the skillet with a paper towel.
  2. Spray the skillet with the cooking spray and heat over medium heat for 1 minute. Add 1/4 cup egg substitute and top with half the cooked vegetables. Cook until the eggs are set but still moist on top, lifting the edges of the omelet with a spatula. Sprinkle with half of the cheese.  Fold the omelet in half. Place the omelet on 1 bread slice and top with another bread slice. Repeat with the remaining ingredients.

- Fitness Friday Feature -

- Ms. Danielle Raibon -


Health is a multidimensional term that describes total well-being. Health encompasses mental, physical and spiritual wellness also known as chi in the eastern hemisphere. Danielle Raibon or Dani Rai has evolved to this understanding and way of life. As a registered nurse, personal trainer, certified yoga instructor and license massage therapist, she has mastered the art of achieving chi. Her holistic approach as a fitness coach supports her clients in their journey towards achieving balance and peace of mind.

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- Fitness Friday Special Guest -

Mr. Eric Evans


Mr. Eric Evens of 100 Black Men.
We will be talking about the Tommy Smith Track meet and their youth movement program.

The mission of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc. is to improve the quality of life within our communities and enhance educational and economic opportunities for all African Americans. Contact Information:

- Aaron Ardoin Foundation -


The Aaron Ardoin Foundation for Sickle Cell Anemia was established in 2005. It is dedicated to assisting those afflicted with this disease by raising necessary funds in order to:

  • Increase Awareness about the prevalence of Sickle Cell Anemia in numerous ethnic populations, its various forms, the options for treatment, the status of research, and the enormous resources needed to address this genetic condition.
  • Enhance Treatment of this chronic illness and its many debilitating, even fatal, complications.
  • Promote Prevention by educating caregivers, social service agencies, and communities about the genetic nature of this disease, as well as the screening options that are available for decreasing the number of newborns with Sickle Cell Disease.
  • Advance the Cure by providing vital resources to support Sickle Cell Disease’s medical research efforts.

Contact Information:

Enjoy You Day,

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