Who is on the 21 Day Challenge? We spend 5 minutes with our participants to find out more about who they are and what they do.
Hosting a news talk radio program on 630 CHED, I've got to stay as "in the know" as possible, so I'm a "late to bed, early to rise"-type person. I'm typically awake with enough time to allow me a couple cups of coffee, a scan through the day's headlines, and a more detailed review of the guest segments we have planned for The Ryan Jespersen Show. I'm into the studio from 9-noon, then every day looks different depending on events I may be hosting that afternoon or evening, and whether or not the Oilers play at home (I serve as their in-game host at Rexall Place). The one thing every day has in common? Fast-moving, with nary a dull moment!
I'm on and off the wagon all the time. I fluctuate between 185-215 lbs, and I can tell you exactly why. The truth of the matter is, I haven't placed much of a priority on fitness as of late. I let work and other obligations get in the way, forgetting the energy boost I always experience after working out. I'm active through the year, playing hockey, golf, snowboarding, etc...but I recognize a deficiency in the time I spend specifically improving my health and well-being.
I skip breakfast and lunch on the regular (I know, I know...), but you'll never see me ignore a nice, big dinner. I'm a big fan of carbs and comfort food. I mean, who isn't?
I am quite busy with work and am also a board member for two charities. This takes up a lot of time that could be used cooking healthy meals and/or working out.
Sculpted pecs, eight-pack abs and a chiseled chin. We can achieve that in three weeks...right?.
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