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erschel played running back for the University of Georgia, where he was a 3-time All-American and winner of the 1982 Heisman Trophy and Maxwell Award. He is the only player in NCAA history to finish in the top 3 in Heisman voting every season he played football, winning it his junior year. He is also the only player in the NCAA to be in the top 10 in rushing yards and have only played 3 years. During his freshman season in 1980, Walker set the NCAA freshman rushing record and finished third in the Heisman Trophy voting. Also, Walker was the first true freshmen to become a first-team All-American. He also would play a major role in helping Georgia go undefeated and win a nation title during the 1980 season, his freshman year. He has been named by ESPNU as the greatest college running back of all time.
Walker left Georgia a year early electing to play football in the USFL, a start-up league who would take players after there junior year, at the time the NFL would not. He would sign with the Ney Jersey generals where he would play 3 seasons winning the league rushing title in two of those years. He holds the professional football record for single-season rushing yards with 2,411 yards in 1985.
Walker was drafted in 1985 by the Dallas Cowboys who suspected the USFL would fold, which it did. Herschel would have his best NFL years in his first stint with the cowboys, most notably rushing for 1514 yards in 1988. He would then go on to play in Minnesota, Philadelphia, New York Giants, and finished his NFL career back in Dallas. His combined rushing numbers for the USFL and the NFL (13,787 yards) would place him 5th All-Time on the NFL’s career rushing list. He is the only player to gain 4,000 yards three different ways: rushing, receiving and kickoff returns.
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If you think Herschel Walker is some kind of weight room warrior you would be wrong, Herschel has never been into weightlifting, all of his exercises are body weight exercises. He started doing sit-ups and push-ups as a kid, as many as 5000 a day and still to this day he does 750-1500 pushups every day as well as 3000 sit ups. He also mixes in 1,500 pull-ups, 1000 dips, and 1000 squats every day. For cardio he will run up to 8 miles and do sprints as well. He also does a regimen of martial arts and MMA after he has completed this workout every morning.
In 2009 Herschel signed with MMA promotion Strikeforce to compete in the heavyweight division. He began a 12-week training camp with trainer “Crazy” Bob Cook at the American Kickboxing Academy in October 2009. He made his MMA debut on January 30, 2010, Walker defeated Greg Nagy via TKO. Walker then signed to fight Scott Carson. They fought on January 29, 2011, and Walker defeated Carson via TKO (strikes) at 3:13 of round 1. Following his second victory, Walker looks to continue "I AM NOT BLESSED WITH A SMALL FRAME OR HIGH METABOLISM, STAYING FIT AND HEALTHY IS A DAILY PROCESS FOR ME AND BY GOD'S GRACE I HAVE FOUND A WAY TO BALANCE MY EXERCISE AND NUTRITION TO MAINTAIN MY WELLNESS GOALS, IT IS HARD WORK, HOWEVER, BE ASSURED YOU CAN ACHIEVE YOUR FITNESS GOALS ALSO"
~ELISSA REILLY SLATER
Elissa began her journey in wellness from a very early age. She began studying gymnastics when she was only 4 years old. By the time she was a teenager, Elissa had developed powerful musculature in her legs, thighs and upper body, and began to struggle to establish balance between her muscular physique and her desire for longer, more sculpted lines. She was criticized for being "big boned", and began her personal odyssey toward a more complete and balanced understanding of physical fitness. She took her health, weight, and wellness into her own hands. She incorporated a "clean" diet as well as regular workouts into her daily routines. She set goals and made a new, determined effort to achieve her goal body style, weight and level of fitness. When she was in high school, she began to ask her parents to allow her to do her own grocery shopping, selecting foods which would ensure she ate a low fat and high protein diet. After juggling the up and down results of this effort, she learned that BALANCE is the key to success. After trying a fat free diet, she learned she could not simply cut fat out of the diet and expect to lose and keep off weight. She learned that it does not suffice simply to cut sugar out of her diet. She learned she could not expect to lose weight by cutting out meats or red meat alone. She learned it is almost impossible to give up carbohydrates completely - especially since they are such a prominent energy source.
After years of trial and error and constant nutritional study, she designed a fitness and nutrition combo that she knew could be the foundation of consistent, healthy and balanced lifestyle.
Elissa does not recommend depriving the body of it's needs. Rather, she believes that it is important to keep the majority of the diet clean and healthy; and to allow oneself to indulge cravings periodically as a reward for maintaining the basic disciplines of a clean dietary regimen. Eventually, this type of eating becomes a lifestyle and those who persevere will see meaningful results in terms of weight loss while enjoying the special benefits of an overall healthier self.
Elissa began her business career as a licensed cosmetologist. Although she enjoyed styling and the fashion industry, she realized that her passion is making others feel beautiful and self confident. Elissa was thrilled to see that personality changes her clients experienced after makeovers were like "night and day". After a little bit of TLC, they felt beautiful and confident. Seeing these results made Elissa feel so blessed to be a part of that "positivity". She revelled in the joy of helping others to share what she had been able to achieve in her own body makeover. After 8 years of a successful styling career, she decided to make a change to advance her career, and returned to college college to pursue a degree in nursing. While on this path, she was required to to participate in the curriculum's RNA (registered nurse assistant) program. This led to her working for a wellness center in Charlotte. Here, all of the elements of her biography combined. Her passion for fitness, good health habits and proper nutrition found the perfect expression, and she embarked on her inevitable destiny to follow her dreams and pursue something that is a constant in her life, teaching WELLNESS.
Elissa then enrolled in the prestigious Yoga Alliance School training, completing its rigorous 200 hour RYT certification. She then pursued certification as a Fitness and Nutrition Specialist. She is currently working toward her Bachelor's degree in Sports Management with a concentration in Wellness and Fitness. Her plans are to host a flourishing nutrition resource website and provide her clients with the best care and knowledge in order for them to fulfill their health and fitness goals and dreams.
Elissa is a devoted mother and a wife. She enjoys traveling frequently with her husband and family, and makes a home in the US and in Canada, where her husband has a business. Elissa volunteers at the homeless shelters, the local Christian radio station, and various church programs in the Charlotte, North Carolina, area. Although she loves the endorphins running provides, her number one fitness practice is yoga. She has found the combination of running and yoga provide the results she desires. Yoga lengthens and tones her body, and running provides cardio support, working her heart and speeding up her metabolism. Below is her favorite story of how she began yoga.
This is MY Yoga story!
Hey my fellow Yogis, Yogini and Oxygen filled bodies! My name is Elissa Slater, my health nut title is RYT 200, translation please, Registered Yoga Teacher Yoga Alliance certified 200 hrs! Also mother and wife!
Today, I want to extend a few tips for a yogi lifestyle which will ultimately lead to less stress and most importantly a healthy YOU! I started my yoga practice more then 9 years ago. I was your average gym member and wanted a change to my typical workout. I literally tried every single workout to try to lengthen, lean, and tone my gymnast body. Yes gymnast body. I started gymnastics when I was just 4 years old. All of the compression from tumbling and flipping really condensed and thickened my muscles. When I was in middle and high school I continued these muscle bulking practices by cheerleading. I literally had the thickest (yet healthy and muscular) thighs of of any of the teenagers I knew. After high school, I continued my active lifestyle. But, to balance the cheering and gymnastics, I began the only logical practice to keep my body lean RUNNING! What did I find? Although running is a wonderful exercise, great for your heart, mid-section, and overall health, the pressure and impact of hitting the ground made my bulky muscles even firmer! I love a strong healthy body but I desperately wanted a long lean body.
Effective light comedian of '30s and '40s films and '50s and '60s TV series, Robert Cummings was renowned for his eternally youthful looks (which he attributed to a strict vitamin and health-food diet). He was educated at Carnegie Tech and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Deciding that Broadway producers would be more interested in an upper-crust Englishman than a kid from Joplin, Missouri, Cummings passed himself off as Blade Stanhope Conway, British actor. The ploy was successful. Cummings decided that if it worked on Broadway, it would work in Hollywood, so he journeyed west and assumed the identity of a rich Texan named Bruce Hutchens. The plan worked once more, and he began securing small parts in films. He soon reverted to his real name and became a popular leading man in light comedies, usually playing well-meaning, pleasant but somewhat bumbling young men. He achieved much more success, however, in his own television series in the '50s, The Bob Cummings Show (1955) and My Living Doll (1964).
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A couple of his sitcoms focused on his real-life abilities in World War II
In dramatic films he was billed in the credits as Robert Cummings; in lighter fare, often as Bob Cummings.
Graduated from Joplin High School
Was a US Army Air Force pilot during World War II. He was stationed for a while at Oxnard, California.
Interred at Forest Lawn (Glendale), Glendale, California, USA, in the Great Mausoleum, Columbarium of Sanctity.
Godson of Orville Wright, an old family friend, who also taught him to fly. He piloted his own plane most of his life.
Not only was he a health food fanatic, but he often carried a small suitcase with him full of vitamin pills.
According to an article in "Flying Magazine", when the government began licensing flight instructors, he received flight instructor certificate #1--the first instructor to receive a license.
Chosen by producer John Wayne as his co-star in The High and the Mighty (1954), though director William A. Wellman replaced him with Robert Stack.
Was accused by his estranged wife, Mary Elliott, of using the drug methedrine or "speed" and carrying on an adulterous affair with his former secretary, and future wife, Regina Fong [29 October 1969].
Was also suffering from Parkinson's Disease at the time of his death.
His The Bob Cummings Show (1955) co-star, Dwayne Hickman, was a huge fan of Cummings' movies as a child in the 1940s.
His second series The Bob Cummings Show (1961) was canceled because it was too expensive.
His father wanted to name him Robert Orville Cummings, after his godfather, Orville Wright. His mother was against it. She wanted him to be named Charles Clarence Cummings Jr., after his father. They finally agreed on Charles Clarence Robert Orville Cummings.
Was good friends with Rosemary DeCamp, Julie Bishop, Ray Milland, Norman Lloyd, Lucille Ball, Paul Henning, Dinah Shore, George Burns, Bob Hope, 'Frank Sinatra (I)', Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin, Art Linkletter, Ronald Reagan, Charles Coburn and Raymond Burr.
He was an Air Force officer while he was a senior in high school.
His father, Dr. Charles Clarence Cummings Sr., was a surgeon. Hr was part of the original staff of St. John's Hospital in Joplin, Missouri. He was the founder of the Jasper County Tuberculosis Hospital in Webb City, Missouri. His mother, Ruth Annabelle Kraft, was an ordained minister of the Science of Mind.
Best remembered by the public for his starring role as photographer Bob Collins on The Bob Cummings Show (1955).
Was good friends with Ann B. Davis and Dwayne Hickman, during and after The Bob Cummings Show (1955).
Moved to Los Angeles in 1935, and broke into films by faking a Southern drawl and presenting himself as Brice Hutchens, a Texan.
On Broadway, he obtained roles by faking a British accent and introducing himself as Blade Stanhope Conway, an Englishman.
On The Bob Cummings Show (1955), he played a bachelor / studio photographer who photographed and dated the world's most beautiful models. In real life, he had been married and divorced several times.
Had his 80th birthday party just six months before his death.
Just before his death, he joined Art Linkletter and former U.S. President Ronald Reagan, at the 35th aNC.