August 8th, 2012 § Comments Off § permalink
The C.D.C. recently reported that more adults are walking for exercise now than there were in recent years. The Today in America Terry Bradshawprogram explores this and other free activities which can help keep people healthy.
More adults are walking for exercise than in previous years
Free Exercise Ideas
Walking is an enjoyable activity and even more so when done with a group of people. Some like to walk along with their favorite inspiring music playing in the ears. Others like to walk with family and friends. No expensive gear is necessary. A sturdy pair of tennis shoes and cool clothing that you already have in the wardrobe, a bottle of water and your favorite listening device is all that is needed.
Running or jogging is another free health activity. One might need a pair of supportive running shoes though. As show host Terry Bradshaw states in his best-selling book Keep it Simple, it just involves putting one foot in front of the other faster and faster. Many avid joggers state that it jogging helps clear their mind, reduce stress and frees them to think better.
Swimming is free and reduces joint stress
Swimming in a local pool or one in the housing community where you live is also free. Water activities reduce strain on joints, encourage relaxation and without doubt, reduce stress. If the pool is located in the area where you live, why drive there? Walk or ride a bike to the pool for a little more easy exercise.
Where to Get More Info
Today in America with Terry Bradshaw is a unique program that focuses on the topics relevant in the lives we lead. It will inspire and education you with features on health, the environment, and home ideas. The show films across the country and airs on regional and national business related cable television networks. Learn more about host Terry Bradshaw, check the broadcast schedule for air dates in your city or watch cool sample videos at todayinamericatv.com.
August 7th, 2012 § Comments Off § permalink
NASA's Habitat Demonstration Unit
Deep space exploration is no longer delegated to science fiction movies. NASA’s Habitat Demonstration Unit has been tested in the desert for the past couple of years. RATS, which stands for Research and Technology Studies, is used to test vehicles for use in future space missions. The tests are conducted in high desert areas which mimic some of the conditions found on the surface of planets.
Scientists are looking for a practical means of supporting astronauts in deep space for long periods of time. One of the space age home away from home that is being tested includes a porch, airlock, living quarters, work quarters, storage space and science lab.
Watch Science and Technology on Today in America TV
The Today in America TV show examines a variety of health, home, family and lifestyle topics. Series of interest to the high-tech enthusiast includes Science and Technology, Telemedicine and the Future and Cloud Computing and On-Demand Software.
Complete show details, including air dates and episode summaries, are available on the official Today in America TV show. Visit todayinamericatv.com for more details on host Terry Bradshaw and links to all the shows social media platforms.
Terry Bradshaw narrates each segment of the Today in America television program. Football fans will remember Terry from his 14 seasons and 4 Super Bowl wins with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was the first round pick at the 1970 NFL draft and played pro ball from 1970-1983. His 1989 induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame was followed by his College Football Hall of Fame induction in 1996. Terry’s alma mater is Louisiana Tech University, where he obtained his Bachelor’s degree in physical education.
August 6th, 2012 § Comments Off § permalink
Wild bison at Yellowstone National Park
A recent internet article mentioned the top 20 places in the United States that every American should visit at least once in their lifetime. Notable locations include the Grand Canyon in Arizona, Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming and Pearl Harbor in Oahu Hawaii.
Today in America TV is an informative and educational television program broadcast from a fully equipped production studio in Coral Springs, Florida. Series of interest to the travel enthusiast includes Eco and Cultural Travel, Ultimate Travel and Travel and Real Estate.
Visit National Parks with Today in America TV
Experience majestic sights at the Grand Canyon
Although a visit to the local theme park is always an option, more adventurous types may want to visit one of the more popular National Parks throughout the Untied States. With only a few weeks left to go before the end of school, learn about the best vacation options to take the kids to before they return to school. Family Recreation is one of the interesting, family oriented programs shown on Today in America with Terry Bradshaw.
Visit todayinamericatv.com for details on each segment of the Today in America TV show. Terry Bradshaw hosts every segment of the award-winning show. Terry spent 14 seasons as a pro football player before switching to a career in the broadcast television industry. After retiring as the quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Terry worked as a sports analyst, first for CBS Sports and now for the Fox Network. Terry is one of the charismatic hosts of the Fox NFL Sunday pre-game show.
August 6th, 2012 § Comments Off § permalink
World news as seen on the television is not very upbeat these days. Other than the celebratory stories coming from the London 2012 Olympics, news anchors and readers are repeating the same tales of fires, civil wars, rising food and gas prices and more. Today in America with Terry Bradshaw shares inspirational stories of innovation, success and hope through shows that feature interviews with people who make a difference in life every day.
Current events in the news can be uplifting or not.
Topics to Tease You
Informative topics that will tease your interest and reel you in cover a diverse variety from technology to home life. The opportunity to learn something about Eco-friendly business practices, telemedicine and how it works for folks in rural areas, and e-learning options are just a sampling of what is offered. There is something for everyone on the provocative program hosted by the one NFL celebrity with the highest Q rating –Terry Bradshaw.
Today in America TV spans across the country and into Canada to bring great, quality programming to your TV or computer. Narrated by Pro Ball Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw, the show will entertain as well as inform viewers about subjects that affect their home and work life. Todayinamericatv.com has more information, Terry’s bio, the broadcast schedule, plus many more cool things to peruse.
August 3rd, 2012 § Comments Off § permalink
Close-up of the 2012 London Summer Olympics torch.
Do you ever wonder what happens to the Olympic torches after the games end? With 9 days left to go for the 2012 London Summer Games, torches used to carry the flame to the Olympic stadium are already showing up online for sale. The prices seem a bit inflated, compared to torches from previous Olympics, some have bids of over $4,500. Not too shabby considering they have a manufacturers retail value of 500 pounds, or about $770 American dollars.
Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, of London, designed the torches used at the 2012 Summer Olympiad. Their design won the London Design Museum’s Design of the Year Award. There are 8,000 perforations on the outer skin of the torch, representing the 8,000 volunteers that carried the torch during the Olympic torch relay. The circles cut out of the outer layer of the torch help dissipate heat and make for a lighter weight design.
The staff of the Today in America TV show has followed along Team USA, and athletes from other countries, at the London Summer Olympics. Today in America Terry Bradshaw is an educational formatted television show produced in south Florida. Topics covered on the informative television show include business and technology, health and the environment, and travel and lifestyle.
Programs of interest to health enthusiasts include Family Recreation, Family Wellness and Healthier Living through Healthier Choices. Visit todayinamericatv.com for complete details and air dates for every episode of Today in America with Terry Bradshaw.
Interesting London Olympic Torch Facts
The Olympic torch journey to London begins in Greece
- Weight = 800 grams
- Height = 800 mm
- Material = aluminum
- Number made = 8,000 – one for each of the 8,000 torch bearers
The Power of Three at the 2012 Summer Games
- The shape of the London Olympic torch is triangular, which represents the power of 3 at the Olympic Games.
- Olympic values – respect, excellence, friendship
- Olympic motto – faster, higher, stronger
- 3rd time London hosted the Olympics – 1908, 1948, 2012
- Vision of the London Summer Games – sport, education, culture
The Olympic cauldron, holding the Olympic flame, will be extinguished on August 12th at the Closing Ceremonies of the 30th Summer Olympics. Before it’s put out, the flame will be handed over to a representative of the 2016 Olympics being held in Rio de Janeiro.
July 27th, 2012 § Comments Off § permalink
First Lady Michelle Obama
The opening ceremonies for the 2012 London Olympics are just a few hours away. The Olympic flame completed its final journey just a show time ago, traveling down the Thames River on the royal barge Gloriana. It is now resting at City Hall where it will stay out of view from the public until its appearance at the Opening Ceremony scheduled for tonight.
The Olympic Flame went on a 70-day, 8,000 mile journey from May 19th through June 27th as it made its way through Great Britain before finally reaching London. The Flame, used to light the Olympic Cauldron, will stay lit until the closing ceremony on August 12th which marks the conclusion of the 2012 Summer Olympics.
Organizers say about 1 billion people are expected to watch tonight’s opening ceremony scheduled to start at 9 PM EST. First Lady Michelle Obama is in London to lead the U.S.A. delegation to the opening ceremony celebrating the start of the 30th Olympiad. British Academy Award winning director Danny Boyle designed the ceremony, which is planned to last around 3 hours and include 10,000 performing artist volunteers.
Best of Luck to Team USA from Today in America TV
Join Terry Bradshaw and the creative team at Today in America TV as they wish Team USA the best of luck during their competitions at the London Summer Olympics. Terry hosts each episode of the award-winning Today in America cable television show. Series of interest to fitness enthusiasts include Family Wellness, Family Recreation and Healthier Living through Healthier Choices. Visit todayinamericatv.com for complete details and show summaries on the Today in America with Terry Bradshaw television show.
July 25th, 2012 § Comments Off § permalink
Former football star Terry Bradshaw, who has made guest appearances on several shows, including "The Simpsons," hosts the Today in America TV show.
Former football star Terry Bradshaw continues to lead as host of the enlightening television program Today in America with Terry Bradshaw. The show, running on numerous cable channels and networks across the United States, enlightens American TV viewers about notable companies, trends and communities across the U.S. and Canada, along with upbeat developments and innovations. During his playing days, Bradshaw became the first quarterback to win the Super Bowl four times, and won the game’s MVP award twice, as he helped the Pittsburgh Steelers dominate professional football during the 1970’s. He played for the team for 14 seasons, retiring after the 1983 season.
The Today in America TV program highlights encouraging business developments and stories throughout the economy. Today in America reviews trends in many industries and fields.