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Welcome to Get Move-ivated- Muevete! Muevete! w ÁmateAhora!
A group of powerful bilingual people who desire to lose or maintain weight and commit themselves to a workable, healthy lifestyle! This will be achieved by creating a structure of support, accountability, coaching, referral and idea sharing to customize a personal weight loss strategy.
Lead coaches: Becky and Leticia.
Group activities are highly recommended and optional-
Our first activity is an afternoon of hiking at Matthiessen State Park in Utica, Illinois on Thursday, July 3, 2014 at 2:00PM. You are responsible for your transportation to/from the park, but carpools may be available, so if you are interested, please contact Becky at 773-499-8180.
When is the first Group Conference call? Our kickoff group call will be a 30 minute call on Tuesday, July 1, 2014 at 5:30 PM (CST). The phone number is: 712-432-3092. The Conference code is: 486846. If you cannot attend the group call, the call will be recorded and you can call in to hear the recording at any time! http://recording.freeconferencecalling.com/mp3/1215625/486846/IA1205_07012014153232966_1168955.mp3
Join us! What do you need to do?
1) Start thinking about your personal health goals. Ask yourself: How do you define a healthy lifestyle? What actions can you start to take to achieve this lifestyle? How do you envision yourself to be when you are 60, 70 and 80 years old?
2) Send us your email for the health questionnaire and goal form then start filling them out! Make a note of your current height and weight today. email@example.com.
3) Invite anyone that you care about to participate w you. Get Move-ivated! Muevete! Muevete! w ÁmateAhora!
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El Derecho Del Pueblo 1450AM: El Abogado KATZ con Psicologa Industrial Leticia Madrigal y Fundadora de ÁmateAhora
Recap of what was planned for the interview:
Intro for Leticia: Leticia Madrigal MA is an Industrial/Organizational Psychologist, works independently at Madrigal Consulting, and Founder of the ÁmateAhora/LoveUNow Movement. She is board and associate board to three non profits.
Leticia tell us more about yourself and the ÁmateAhora/LoveUNow Movement.
Thanks Mateo! I’m Leticia Madrigal, 1st generation born in Chicago from Nuevo Leon Mexico.
And as Founder of the ÁmateAhora | LoveUNow Movement. We are a stand for creating the experience of power and peace of mind by coming to terms with our health and mobilizing communities to be proactive worldwide.
Tell us what inspired you to create the ÁmateAhora | LoveUNow Movement.
I’ll answer that two fold.
Let me ask your listeners. Do you have family, friends, neighbors who have died from a preventable condition? Many of do.
Did you know? About 600,000 people die of heart disease in the United States every year–that’s 1 in every 4 deaths. While almost everyone is affected by heart disease directly or indirectly, Afro-americans and Latinos face even higher risks of cardiovascular diseases because of high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes. Additionally, heart disease is the #1 killer of Hispanic women . Unlike many illnesses, heart disease is preventable!
We are at an alarming rate of Obesity and we are calling to action our community to embrace where we are and take action today for a path to optimal health. Because the quality of our health is being compromised.
Can you share with us how ÁmateAhora | LoveUNow connects with you on a personal level?
Sure thanks for asking. I’ll share with you my personal testimony in the power we have to transform our lives.
My father withheld his symptoms from everyone including his doctor. His silence led to his untimely death in 2012. He fell prey to Heat Stroke, he had a heart condition, he was overweight. It was preventable. I challenge you to break the silence in our Men’s Health and Empower Families to Live Healthy!
On the other hand, my mother’s doctor told her she had 6 months to live she chose to powerfully manage her diabetes and now, years later, she’s loving life.
What is ÁmateAhora | LoveUNow upto?
AmateAhora creates multiple teams that continue the conversation to get up & move by hosting health challenges, run for causes, & an annual expo. Collaborating with NutriMedicos since 2012 we offer a monthly screening and support program to lower hypertension and live healthy. We are launching our Campiones De Salud at NutriMedicos this August 2014-2015.
Signup now on http://www.joinAmate.org. For this Saturday June 14th at AVI 2800 S. Western. 10am-4pm. Free for all.
Q&A with the doctors, live performances, healthy bites, ZUMBA, painting, chess playing for adults and kids.
Nutrimedicos w Dr Estella Hernandez MD AT 1719 W. 18th Street (Paulina), Pilsen. Dr. Hernandez is a family doctor and specialist in metabolism, weight management, and bariatic surgery.
Ámate Ahora, Be a Voice for Healthy Living in Your Community.
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Thanks Heart Of Chicago Real Estate, LLC for your support. Want more info stop by 2058 W. 18th Street.
Don’t forget to rsvp at http://www.joinAmate.org. Click Participate and sign up for you & your family! — feeling AmateAhora Health Expo Sat June 14 @2800 A Western at 18th Street, in Pilsen.
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Thanks to Norma Casarrubias “Amore”, Zumba Director, at the Rosario Castellanos Community School, ÁmateAhora will have a grand opportunity to perform with the dance ’till you drop Zumba Mommas at Enlace Community Schools Gala.
Don’t miss LV COMMUNITY SCHOOLS GALA! Last year they hosted about 700 community residents at this event! Little Village families celebrate and are proud of their accomplishments and share their talents!
No se pierda LA GALA DE LAS ESCUELAS COMUNITARIAS! El año pasado asistieron cerca de 700 residentes comunitarios en el evento! Las familias de La Villita celebran con orgullo sus logros y comparten sus talentos!
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Join me I’m visiting Norma Casarrubias’s Zumba class at 5pm 25th and CentralPark. Then promoting ÁmateAhora on RADIOVIVE750PM Soy Latina America Program at 8pm. Tune in!
ÁmateAhora was selected by the 7th District Health Taskforce Commissoner Jesus “Chuy” Garcia along with the SouthWest Organizing Project (SWOP). To pilot a health series in the SouthWest of Chicago. The series includes my testimony on the power we have NOW to choose optimal health, an invitation to our Annual ÁmateAhora Health Expo, monthly sweat sessions and screening, and races for a cause. Experts will be leading Exhilarating Exercises and Blissful Breathing techniques. If pilot is successful we will be invited to participate in multiple schools and park districts.
ÁmateAhora is making difference! Did you know? About 600,000 people die of heart disease in the United States every year–that’s 1 in every 4 deaths. While almost everyone is affected by heart disease directly or indirectly, Hispanics and Latinos face even higher risks of cardiovascular diseases because of high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes. Additionally, heart disease is the #1 killer of Hispanic women . Unlike many illnesses, heart disease is preventable!