Monday Madness: The Health & Fitness Show

We’re talking diet. That’s D-I-E-T. What you eat. Ken and Tiffany always say, “Exercise is the easy part, the diet is the challenge.” Join the Monday Madness team for a discussion of nutrition including the right balance of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. The team will also focus the impact proteins play in building muscles and creating strong bones. Tune in on Monday (Oct. 20) morning at 10 am for Monday Madness: The Health & Fitness Show. Got questions, call 1-914-338-1541.


What’s New on the Stovall & Hoggard Communications Network

Although we are still a fledgling network on blogtalk radio (, the Stovall & Hoggard Communications Network ( has produced several blogtalk radio episodes that have exciting content we wanted to share with you on our blog. Just this week, fitness experts Ken Williams (Bootcamp for Women) and Tiffany Santana (Metro Bootcamp for Woman) did a show about exercise and fitness for the baby boomer generation or the 50 and fabulous set. They offered tips on how people 50 and over could stay fit, begin an exercise regimen and stay safe and demonstrated how exercise strengthened muscles and bones even for those people past the age of 50.

In last week’s episode of A Total Body Synergy, your host Dawn Stovall (founder of the Stovall and Hoggard Communications Network) and co-host Dr. Bunny Stovall (natural medicine practitioner) talked about the benefit of drinking water. They talked about our public water systems, the amount of money we spend on bottled water and the fact that water is one of the most forgotten and least understood resources of what we can do for our health. They also talked about a fantastic product called Aqualyte.

On last week’s episode of Sisters Chat, the team talked about topics trending in the news and on social media. Some of the topics discussed included the latest cases of Ebola, negative political advertising, NFL bad boys in the news, gay marriage, actor Stephen Collins’ legal troubles and much more.

All of these episodes and much more are available on-demand at Check us out. You’ll be pleasantly surprised. We have content for everyone. If you’re in need of health and fitness information; information about natural medicine, or what’s happening in politics, you’ll find it on the S&HCN. Give us a listen.

A Total Body Synergy with Dr. T.B. Stovall

Join the Total Body Synergy team for a great discussion today at noon on the Stovall & Hoggard Communications Network on blogtalk radio. Call in with your questions or join the conversation at 1-914-338-1541. For background on the S&HCN, to listen to the show live or download one of our other shows, visit

It’s often overlooked and ignored, but it’s one of the easiest things to do to improve your health.  Drink more water.  Our bodies need mineral enriched water that is free of contaminates, old pharmaceuticals and cleansing agents.  Join Dawn Stovall and Dr. T.B. Stovall on A Total Body Synergy and let them introduce you to a product that is connected to longevity.  Water is the source of life and of all living things. Drinking more water is one of the simplest lifestyle changes we can make for ourselves.

Monday Madness: The Health & Fitness Show

Got nagging questions about your tootsies, your workout routine or general fitness issues? Join us for Monday Madness: The Health and Fitness Show on the Stovall & Hoggard Communications Network on at 10am today. Talk with fitness experts Ken Williams and Tiffany Santana and their special guest podiatrist, Dr. Wynter Williams. Listen in at 1-914-338-1541.

Monday Madness launches on Stovall & Hoggard Communications Network

Sixty five percent of America’s population is overweight, so you are not alone in your quest for fitness.  It’s all about taking baby steps and having realistic expectations BUT you have to take that first step and find what keeps you motivated to take the next step.  And we’ll be right there for you every Monday morning 10am.  Join fitness expert Ken Williams and his co-host Tiffany Santana on Monday Madness.    So carve some time out for yourself, it doesn’t have to be everyday.  Thirty to forty-five minutes three times a week is a great start. Couple that with making better choices at the table and you are well on your way!  But don’t expect the weight to just fall off, strive for one to one and half pounds per week of weight loss, averaging between eight to ten pounds a month.   Check out Monday Madness on ways to incorporate exercise in your daily routine.  If you have questions shoot us an email:
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Tiffany Santana:
  Looking forward to working with you!