What Happens When America’s Personal Trainer® Tony Little and The Mother of Probiotics Natasha Trenev Join Together?

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America’s Personal Trainer Tony Little to Showcase Special Human Touch® iJoy® Swivel Robotic Massage® Chair on the Home Shopping Network for the Holidays

Bob “THE GADGETEER” Skidmore

Bob’s career includes a ten year stint with RKO General Broadcasting in NYC, and 34 years as President of Media Concepts, Inc., a pioneer in audio and video production, forensic A/V,consultant to the judiciary, equipment sales and product development. Media Concepts is located in St. Petersburg, Florida. While in New York, Bob was a member of the International Motor Press Association (IMPA) and did investigative reporting on “auto safety” topics for WOR’s Barry Farber Show. In the early eighties Bob broadcast a weekly gadget feature entitled “Weekend 57” over WPLP talk radio in the Tampa Bay market. As a freelance journalist Bob has written for several publications including THE ST. PETERSBURG TIMES, Florida’s largest newspaper. This blog represents an ongoing series of his current and past articles. Bob has written under THE GADGETEER byline for over thirty years. These articles appear in numerous local publications world-wide. Click article to go to Bob’s blog.

ParentDish – Tony Little: Push Your Body, Not Your Kids

Tony Little: Push Your Body, Not Your Kids
by Mercedes Cardona
Oct 6th 2010 9:00AM

Tony Little has made it his business to push Americans to get in shape, but when it comes to his own kids, being pushy is out.

Western Pennsylvania Hospital News

      You Can Do It!
A Spotlight on Tony Little

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By Daniel Casciato

For over 20 years, we’ve all seen him somewhere on our television sets as we flipped through the channels.  You couldn’t miss his blonde curly ponytail, his infectious energy, his signature Gazelle trainer, and most especially, his voice booming the most famous catchphrase in Infomercial history: “You can do it!” 

The CelebrityCafe.com

8/24/2010

Everybody’s seen Tony Little; he’s that guy with the signature long blonde ponytail screaming at you to buy his Gazelle or an array of other products on the Home Shopping Network. His profound success has led him to 45 million customers and over four billion dollars in sales. He’s done Geico commercials, an ABC Nightline special and just released his book, “There’s Always A Way.” 

Trent and Tony Little

The father of fitness infomercials weighs in on his son and the benefits of healthy eating and regular exercise.
By Bonnie Siegler
Photos by John Clifford

Healthy Tips to Survive the Holiday Feasting Season

Tony Little (11/26/2008)

Healthy Tips to Survive the Holiday Feasting Season From America’s Personal Trainer®, Tony Little

Types of Massages and Benefits of Each

Massage, one of the oldest of the Healing Arts has a history dating back at least to 3000 BC and became a recognized part of the Healing Profession when it was endorsed about 460 to 380 BC by the father of modern medicine, Hippocrates, who it is believed learned the art from Herodicus. It was thought at that time that disease resulted from natural causes and the body had the power to heal itself. A written code of ethics that became the Hippocratic Oath in which Hippocrates said: hard rubbing binds…much rubbing causes part to waste and moderate rubbing makes them grow.

Baby Boomers – A Whole Different Breed

Dr. Lloyd J. Minter (11/26/2008)

BABY BOOMERS – A WHOLE DIFFERENT BREED

Congratulations to ALL you Baby Boomers, those persons born between 1946-1964, who are entering the ‘fall’ or ‘winter’ years of your lives. You’re taking on a whole different lifestyle for the most part. Many of you have decided that being retired means a part-time job, good diets, exercise programs, travel, continuing education, taking on a new role in life with a complete change of professions, volunteer work in your communities, reading, and in other words doing things you’ve wanted to do for years but couldn’t because you had the responsibility of a family and a nine to five job.