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"monteleone" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

08:07 min | 10 months ago

"monteleone" Discussed on Haunted Places

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Sasha watch desert wife collapsed onto the plush hotel bedspread calling the mattress heavenly when they first started dating she'd found katie's childlike enthusiasm endearing. Now it was just exhausting. Katie picked up a brochure from the bedside table and reading aloud about the hotel amenities. There was a rooftop pool spa and revolving bar shaped like a merry go round. Katie looked to sasha beaming. Wouldn't that be amazing. Sasha tried to faint at those yasim but it was clear that katy wasn't convinced. Sasha knew she was being difficult but she couldn't help it on monday. She was going to take her fourth pregnancy test. They tried artificial insemination or times and so far nothing. Katie had suggested weekend getaway to help them take their mind off things. Sasha had agreed to go but she knew it wouldn't help katie hopped off the bed and asked if sasha wanted to get to eat. Sasha said she wasn't hungry but katie should go ahead. Maybe have a drink. At the carousel par. She'd come down in a bit. Katie gave a sigh of resignation. But she didn't argue. She just gave her wife along set. Look at the room. Sasha lay down on the bed she knew that katie was trying but she couldn't possibly understand what she was going through. Katie had always been more ambivalent about kids. She wanted them sure but the matter to her in the same way they did to sasha sasha would try to remind katie about how she always said. Her novels were her children through them and created something great and left her mark on the world. Could she understand that. Sasha wanted to do the same. Sasha climbed under the covers. The room had suddenly gotten very chilly. She wondered of katie had turned up the a c on her way out. She closed her eyes and was just beginning to does when she felt something tug on the blankets. Sasha bolted up and looked around at first. she didn't see anything but then she felt another tug on the blankets and heard her heart began. Thumping hadn't read something about this hotel being haunted. Her pulse sped up is. She didn't want to see whatever had made that laugh but she did want to convince herself that it wasn't real with their fingers poised to cover her eyes. Sasha peaked over the edge of the bed bent froze sitting at the hotel room floor as a little boy with curly blond hair. He looked like he was about two years old and was wearing a kind of old fashioned. Nightdress sasha's sat frozen. Where did he come from but chubby toddler just smiled at her and cooed. Sasha couldn't help but smile back he began biting at the bedspread was getting drool all over it. Sasha shook. her head amused asked how he'd gotten into the room. She didn't receive a response but figured someone must be looking for this kid. Sasha told the little boy to wait right where he was while she called the front desk as she picked up the phone. The boy giggled again. There was something odd about it. It almost sounded like the echo of laughter rather than the sound of a real child when the clerk answered the phone. Sasha look back at the little boy but he had disappeared. Her mouth fell open and the phone drop from her hand. Sasha ran to the end of the bed. She looked everywhere but there wasn't a trace of him even stranger the spot where he'd been sucking the blankets was completely dry. She clutched at her hair. Not knowing where he could have gone the door was closed. but maybe he'd gotten out some other way. Sasha jumped when she heard the door open but it was just katie. She told sasha she had a look at the carousel. It was pretty cool but sasha didn't care about the bar right now. She grabbed katie's hand and explained about the boy she told katie they had to find him. He could be hiding somewhere or maybe he was lost in the hotel. Katie side deeply. She took a seat on the bed. And took sasha's hand she asked to sasha was sure she'd seen a child sasha narrowed her is katie. asked if maybe the child was a dream or even a figment of the imagination. She asked if maybe sasha had wanted a child so badly she'd invented sasha polder hanaway her face flushed. She said she needed to take some time alone. Katie immediately tried to apologize but sasha stood up. She strode out of the room. Slamming the door behind her. Sasha ran to the elevator and hit the lobby button repeatedly. She was angry. Breath calmed all. She could think was if katie was right was she really crazy. Whatever it was she needed to get out of here. The elevator arrived and sasha rushed inside as it began to move sheep paced back and forth but when sasha hurt the elevator doors open. She was surprised to find she wasn't in the lobby. She had actually gone up. She was on the fourteenth floor well really the thirteenth floor but it was labeled the fourteenth sasha press. The door closed button but nothing happened so she pressed the button for the lobby but still the doors remained open with no other choice but to find the stairs. She stepped out of the elevator. Everything about this hallway was the same as the one she just come from. But it seemed to different. Somehow the on the ninth floor were warm and yellow but here the lightheaded dim gray tinge to it almost coloring the hallway in black and white as sasha ventured down the hall. She suddenly felt chilled to the bone. It was the same penetrating cold. Felt back at the room. Then she heard a sound that made her heart nearly stop. It was the sound of children laughing..

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"monteleone" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

02:46 min | 10 months ago

"monteleone" Discussed on Haunted Places

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"monteleone" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

05:13 min | 10 months ago

"monteleone" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Episode is ghoulish ghastly and a ghostly. Good time be sure to follow haunted places. Go stories free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. The truth is out there and now you can see it for yourself n. Even document the evidence the maghreb grid as returned the saucy tender and incredibly delicious sandwich with a taste that is out of this world the sandwich that influences culture and has a cult following the one that inspires means fan art and music with its season. Boneless pork smothered entangle. Barbecue sauce topped with crunchy onions in tarp. Pickles and for those. That have never tried to make rib. You can become a believer. It's back nationwide and nothing quite like the experience will change your life forever because let's face it. It's called the most important sandwich of the year for a reason available for a limited time participating. Mcdonald's now back to the story during the turn of the century the buca old square or now the french quarter was the cultural center of new orleans. Potted palms dangled from the lacey wrought. Iron balconies of the colorful townhouses notes of mournful trumpet drifted over the idle chatter of sterling aristocracy and the white stone facades of the hotel monthly stood proudly in the center of among the many wealthy families that frequented the hotel perhaps none as popular as the bus errors for a brief moment labor. The picture of gilded age prosperity but one tragic night at the hotel. Montolio would bring it all to an end josephine sat with her son on a hsieh's in the corner of the hotel suite holding a picture book. She pointed to an image of a black cat and asks maurice if he knew what was murray smiled and reached for for dangling earrings. Just being directed is chubby. Little hands back down to the page and pointed to a picture of a dog. Maurice began to chew on the front of his nightshirt Her husband jock chuckled. From across the room josephine crossed her arms. She asked him what he found amusing about the fact that their son was nearly two years old and still couldn't talk. Jacques smiled into the mirror and fixed his cravat. He told josephine not to bother with teaching. Maurice they had staff to do that. Their son was going to have the best tutors. Money could buy. He'd go to the best schools and be the best at whatever he did. He was going to leave a mark on this world. Josephine side her husband had thought childcare should be left to their nurse bat josephine like the bed time. She was a bit nervous. But perfectly good nursemaid. Still there are. Some things josephine wanted to herself. Every time are reset a new word. Her heart leapt. She longed for the day when he would look into her eyes. And say mommy. I love you. She'd been waiting a long time and she didn't wish to miss the moment. It finally happened a knock on the door told her that bedhead had arrived. They were going to the opera. That night jaka shared josephine. That would keep this on busy with speaking lessons while they were out. They would have a grand time josephine greeted the nearest warmly in her. The child bet sat and bounced him up and down. She was good at playtime but when she laid a hand on the boy's forehead and asked if he was a bit warm josephine resisted the urge to crown babette had grown up in a shack with siblings little to eat and even less in the way of medicine she was always worrying. That maurice was warm or his cough sounded colicky. She meant well but didn't understand that. When people of a certain class fell. Ill the could call a doctor to her. The slightest upset was a death. Sentence josephine took a deep breath and decided to humor the poor woman. She put her hand marissa's forehead. She'd expected it to be fine. But it did feel a bit more josephine. Ask if perhaps they ought to stay home. Jacques just laughed. He reminded her of the last time. I bet bought. The child was ill. Maria said ben fine then wouldn't she feel silly..

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"monteleone" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

08:53 min | 10 months ago

"monteleone" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Hat. And wish. mr. Monti leo and a good evening antonio brown. The doorman was wearing a white shirt with short sleeves. An odd seem of the front. That was not the uniform. He'd chilton the one he'd picked was green velvet with a white necktie and gold epaulettes. Someone had ordered new uniforms for the dorming antonio had a feeling he knew who it was his son in law james. It had been a little over a year since antonio had his accident. A store had world out of nowhere and eat slipped trying to lock up the hotel. He'd been out of commission for three weeks and had expected everything to fall. Apart without him to his surprise james had done all right but he had taken it upon himself to make a few changes. ever since. james stepped in antonio's wife and daughter had urged antonio to take some time off late pointed out how smoothly james was handling the business and insisted it was fine for him to step away for just a while. Antonio's wife wanted them to visit his childhood home in sicily and his daughter stella took every opportunity to remind him of how he'd always said they'd show her europe when he at the time antonio new she met well they halted but she didn't understand running. The hotel was more than just a job for him. He had made this place. His life's work. His hand was in every detail from the marble pillars in the lobby to the gold fringe on the doormats epaulettes. A made polishing the windows at the restaurant. Waived him antonio beamed he loved his staff. Another reason to continue working. But as i'm tony returns her greeting. He noticed that the restaurant doors were closed. He had told the maitre d' a thousand times that the doors were to remain open. It made the place seemed more welcoming antonio motion to a nearby maintenance man and asked him to prop open the doors. This was exactly the reason why he couldn't take vacation to europe. It was the little details that had made his hotel of success. You certainly wasn't going to stop managing things just because he was getting a little long in the tooth antonio heard the brassy sound of a jazz band. Start up from the other side of the hotel. He glanced at the grandfather clock near reception. It was nearly ten thirty. He told james that bands at the palm court should be off the stage by ten otherwise they would wake the casts. This wasn't some story vilson loom. It was a respectable hotel antonio marched across the lobby ready to give james a piece of his mind as he got closer he could hear the sound of laughter and chatter underneath the music from the sound of it. The room was full of people. They wouldn't be happy that he was kicking the band off the stage but it had to be done for the sake of their guests. He seized hold of the double doors and swung them open suddenly came. There was complete silence antonio looked around the dark room in astonishment. There was no one there as he made his way. Through the sea of white tablecloths his whole body chilled and when he reached the stage. The door slammed shut behind him. He froze suddenly terrified that someone had locked him inside his childhood. In sicily immediately made them think of the mafia. The american mob was not so scary in comparison but there had been threats to his success before maybe someone was finally making good on one antonio turned around and breathed a sigh of relief. The doors were still open just as he left them antonio strode back into the lobby and spotted what had made the sound. Someone had shut the doors to the restaurant again. He side in frustration as he started back to open the doors himself antonio noticed yet another on welcome change but rather than making him angry. This one made him exceptionally uneasy. Hanging above the entrance was a large portrait of himself. He recognize it of course but it belonged above the fireplace in his own home. Not here antonio took step closer. There was an odd tightening sensation in his chest. Who would have done this. It wasn't a good look for him to hang a portrait of himself in his own hotel plus he never even liked that painting. It was his wife's idea to have a commissioned. She always said she would hang it in the hotel someday in the future someday when he was gone antonio leaned in to look at the little plaque below the painting it red antonio monthly on eighteen fifty five to nineteen thirteen twenty. Took a step back. Suddenly the room was spinning. He stumbled toward the hotel's front door and froze horror when he went outside. Everything looked different. Suddenly something rush past him. It looked a little like an automobile but not the kind of automobile. He antonio shook his head as a dense fog seemed to cloud his mind. He was trying to remember the last time he'd seen his wife. How long had it been. Since his accident. the world began to spin. Can he needed to sit down antonio walked back into the hotel. The doorman wished him. Good evening again. 'antonio noticed his short sleeves and the odds seem the front of his shirt antonio knew someone had ordered new uniforms for the doorman but it was well beyond nineteen thirteen and he had no idea who it was. Success seemed to come easily to antonio monteleone the son of society nobility. he moved to america around eighteen. Eighty and within six years he was running one of the most respected hotels. In all of new orleans martin. Lions life story was one of gilded age. Excess and the hotel monthly own was lights. Work visitors have speculated that antonio spirit may still inhabit the hotel but he isn't the only one who has stuck around to ensure the hotel monthly hone still lives up to its former glory. There's a maid who cleans up after housekeepers. Who don't meet her standards a woodworker who comes back to tinker with this masterpiece and a ghostly jazz band that plays all hours of the night of all of these phenomena however the most unsettling is a ritual that occurs every night in the lobby at seven pm. The locked doors of the restaurant swing open on their own. Not long afterwards. They slammed shut again in two thousand three. The international society of paranormal research studied the phenomenon and determined that there was no logical explanation for it. Maybe it's the result of a never ending dispute between former employees. Each is determined to return the hotel the way they knew it but none of them are aware that their version of the hotel own hasn't existed for a very long time coming up. We'll hear about a tragic death. That's haunted the hotel for over a hundred years. 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"monteleone" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

04:32 min | 10 months ago

"monteleone" Discussed on Haunted Places

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"monteleone" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

02:02 min | 10 months ago

"monteleone" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Leslie raised an eyebrow away. She stepped into the hotel. One for colleagues at the auction house had recommended. She come here on her trip to new orleans but she couldn't see why gaudy chandeliers dangled from twenty foot ceilings. Tacky palladian mirrors lined the walls and none of the regency period furnishings. Were original the only object she found remotely interesting was a grandfather clock at the far end of the lobby. It was enormous at least eleven feet. Tall and made of in laboratory carved mahogany. She leaned in to inspect one of the carved. Animal heads face appeared in the polished surface of the would. Leslie spun around. Command was standing behind her. He set down a toolbox in pulled out a knife and chisel. She suddenly realized that the clock was unfinished. He was hand carving it with period tools. No hundred was such a convincing reproduction. She thought about tapping him on the back and complimenting his magnificent craftsmanship but she didn't want to interrupt him plus suddenly like someone had cranked up the a. c. and she was dressed for summer in louisiana not alaska and she decided to head outside instead but as she made her way out mostly realized she should get the clockmakers name. She liked to look up. It's other work so she asked the doorman a puzzled expression flitted across his face. He asked if she meant the man who made the clock. Leslie frowned no. She told him she met the man who was there. Now he was inside carving the lower right panel the doorman replied that they're better not be anyone carving that clock. It was an antique finished in nineteen. O nine leslie gave an exasperated sigh. She turned to point out. The man enter. heart skipped a beat. The clock was finished and the man.

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"monteleone" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"monteleone" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

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"monteleone" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"monteleone" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

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"monteleone" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"monteleone" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

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"monteleone" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"monteleone" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

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"monteleone" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"monteleone" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

"I could doppler Yatch people were. Talking about this bill I know you saw to I. Mean everybody was like all? These shows are lifesavers. I couldn't below yeah. Bonds Driveway Beers in the Clark's. It's. On Saturday night in the warranty. We've had a great time with me and my wife and the kids and the reaction that we've gotten from people in the comments as the show is going on, people are just so thankful that we're giving them some kind of respite from from what we're dealing with it now. There's people from all over the country watching though it's not just here in Pittsburgh. I mean you're getting bright shown outs from everywhere. I mean that's. That's got to feel pretty good. Pretty validating I would imagine for you. Absolutely, it's so cool. I would say. At least half of everybody watching there in north, Carolina there in California there in Florida. There's a friend Hawaii so it's pretty amazing. They're all over the place. Well, you know. It's not the same obviously as playing in front of a live audience, but I'm wondering. What boxes does this check for you as a performer right now? It checks every single box. Except from the love and feedback, you get from people standing in front of you looking at you smiling you giving you their energy, and you could give a right back to them. Thank goodness for my wife, Denise, who is my audience of one. Has stood in for those for those fifteen hundred people. Quite wonderfully well. Did. You anticipate that when you started doing this or were. You kinda unsure like. Should I even do this or? I was on board with the idea right away. Our manager Rashawn. Bloomberg a brick wall management. New York. He's just he's got great ideas. And he contacted me right away, said we're not gonNA be doing shows for a while, and you need to go on Facebook, and and entertain people and I said absolutely on the in Yemen the first week was a little strange, just because after the song I would finish the song and there really wasn't any applause. and. So it was the strangest part about it. Fortunately, my wife quickly realized she had to be that audience. So even just her reactions were great, and then I took on this idea of after every song. Particularly the ABI ones I would, I'd be like. Audience created my own vibe. Soccer things all that was a good. and. I feel I filled in for everybody but Scott. That's a lot of pressure man like the day of show. You have to be walking around real. Careful treating your wife absolutely. Rose pedals because if you upset her, you, you've lost your audience right exactly we. You know. Looking for silver lining skies, and I have found quite a few in his really for Denise and I for our family or kids. Yeah, there are times when it's crazy. Being cooped up together, but we've had. Good! Times together so many laughs so many things that we've done together that we normally wouldn't have done. It's been pretty great on. Saturdays or Ms The other thing that's interesting about this is. I this holy. It's like groundhog week for this show like I have this routine. That I have to go through and I have to prepare for these shows the in a way that I don't have to do with the band in that I'm every week. I'm doing new songs or Dif- different songs in the weeks before some relearning all these old car songs all these old songs that I've written that I haven't played in fifteen or twenty years, so there's a lot of work that goes into. Into it, what song stands out as one that you dusted off and thought Oh, man. Why did we stop playing this right? I had a quite a few of those. In the most recent one is of song called anymore off of a fast moving cars. It's the second song on the out and I remember what I when we recorded I really liked it, but you know there's so many over the years you just kind of forget about, and then for whatever reason you just the ban never. Plays it again and then I never considered it. Being able to play it in a Solo Acoustic setting until I'm forced to, and then you discover like okay, I'm GonNa have to figure out how to do this. Without a drummer without a lead guitar player so certain songs I just eliminate where the guitar solo might be or I'll just I'll sing the Guitar Solo, and I've had to become more a rhythmic guitar player to to you know, replace the drums and last week. My wife after I did this song. She was like it was very genuine. She's like that was great. You're become such a good guitar player. and. Compliment because I I'm down here almost every day working on my craft, which I just never did when I didn't have to. Well that's that is kind of one of the collateral. Benefits of all of this is that for artists? It really has forced them into a place where. They have to sort of contemplate what they had been doing before. How to keep getting that same fulfillment from whatever their art form is without having the same sort of feedback, and maybe some people like yourself. All the sudden started doing scales every day again. Come out of this like a ripper. Everyone's going to be tearing it up plus keep your skate sharp for this whole thing lifts and you get back out there. Right right I'll be ready to go. I won't need spring, training for sure, and that's where you have the advantage over somebody like bill because for a comedian, there's only so much you know joke telling they can do around the house. Yeah. I can't do the setup Scott. Do I can't stand in front of my fireplace jokes? It just doesn't work. It doesn't work the DADS stop. Bomb all day every day. For two kids. Did you Scott have? You seen the. The socially distant concert set up that they use down in Arkansas this past weekend for the country artists whose name escapes me. I did I saw setup I saw little graph of people in the audience and you know they were. They were being responsible at least yeah. Now. Obviously, that was not going to be the way of the future like forever, but maybe in the interim. That kind of stuff would be happening. Does that have any hold any interest to you to do something like that? Where people are removed from one another? They need to be to stay safe in those environments. Definitely it's not ideal, but you know it'd be like you know playing baseball without an audience or it. It's something and yes any any audience would be welcome, and certainly just being around the guy is yes would be awesome. And I would imagine just hearing the monitors and the PA cricket in the power of your guitar again having all of that your fingertips right right just being able to play with the band again on stage, even without an audience at all would be a blast. Yeah, well, we're going to try to get through one here. Acoustic live from the Clark's house basement right now. This Saturday night. What time does that show re air? Scott tonight. We're Arabs. This Saturday night at eight o'clock eastern. We're going to show the very first of show that I did back in March. and. It's funny to see the evolution. At least it is for me, and then I'm back live a week from Saturday at eight o'clock every every Saturday night could deal here's Scott Lazy Lad from the basement deep..

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"monteleone" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"monteleone" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

"Comes back like. Could he all the sudden? Come back and be like Andre Johnson or somebody like that. House the hands. I don't know what I haven't seen his hands if they've built up I'm not sure hookah. That, was the issue ripped? He was pretty big last year. Bulk wasn't the issue. Not Not from what I saw. Catching the ball transplanted SWITZER's hands onto Juju arms. You're still going back to that. Cordell, Graham you. You want that Robo, player. That's right. Mr Potato head a player. Wouldn't that be cool? Build robots. I think we're probably not far away from doing that all right. We'd like a real return to sports for the NHL hopefully here. Mike pursued with the latest on that when we return on the DV. E. Sports. Here's Mike pursued. Got Your sports on the morning show with Mike. Sports Center brought to you by Bridge Ville appliance. The sports are all contemplating returns without fans. Due to the current pandemic and that's kind of just a fact of life that everybody's going to have to deal with at least initially, but everybody doesn't have to like it and count the rams. Aaron Donald. In the category of those who is going to have a hard time returning to football without football, fans Donald. Pittsburgh Guy in a pit guy spoke on a video conference yesterday and said You need fans to play game. I don't know how you could play game without fans I feel like that takes out the excitement and the fun out of the game. I feel like the fans are would pick you up. The fans make the game exciting. The fans will give you that extra juice when you're tired fatigued when you make that big play here. Eighty thousand fans going crazy. That just pumps you up. And that is something that they're all going to have to adjust to I mean the ebbs and flows of momentum and emotion. It's absolutely factors some. Some great players go on the road and feed off the negativity that is being thrown at them. Some great players in perform at home, and that critical time, and come through and feed off that What if you just gotTa? Play for playing sake. You GotTa do the thing. You gotta find it. You got to find some small insignificant slight that somebody on the other team. Delivered to you and then make it your life's goal to bury that person. I Got A lot of bad theory I don't know if everybody has switch. We will find out I. Guess, The NHL, multiple reports. That the NHL Executive, board, the Players Association's Executive Board, is voting on that twenty four team returned to play proposal. We might get some word on that today. In the meantime, players are contemplating getting back on the ice as they have been ever since the league paused on March, the Twelfth Brandon town of of the penguins spoke this week, and said when and if the League does return. He knows he's going to have to get back up to speed quickly. So I think speed such a great asset that today's game I think. It's extremely important. You know especially to my game. I think you know being able to give me on the floor. Checking in place such a tenacious style. I think that that doesn't come without my speed, and I think the game getting quicker and quicker every year and the players are are getting faster, but I think when you had that ability and also comes down to A. Little differently, too. Because sometimes you might be a little too quick, or or out of position, so it's yourself in a in a great position to us, your speed, and and and use it well, so you're not just running around and playing an aimless game. I think it's important to to use that to your best abilities and use that to help your team. Go out there and get points every night. If you're if you're. Fast, but you have no purpose your. Constantine Colts off. He's just skate really fast than the other team said eventually hit the back. And do nothing. Brandon Dan of you know how to apply at some other guys who knew how to apply. It'll be on display tonight. Att Sports Net and our brother station one five nine. The X. gives you game. Six of the nineteen ninety-one Stanley Cup. Final the penguins at the Minnesota North. Stars, the penguins poised to win the first Stanley Cup in franchise history throughout these rebroadcasts on at sports, and on the X. We've heard from a lot of people who were involved at the time. It's been some great stuff from the radio side. From, the Penguins Josh gets off who spoke with Mike Lang, the hall of Famer about that very special nineteen ninety-one Penguins team one of the subjects they addressed, was the reaction to the penguins finally getting to the top of the mountain and Mike Lang great comparison coming up from Mike Lang on how the city embraced the penguins, after such a long wait for championship, just as the city had embraced the steelers after what seemed like an endless wait for that first championship. Vibrant! That's the only way I can describe it. I was fortunate. As a young broadcaster to come to this city. Pittsburgh, nineteen. Seventy, four And that was the first year that the steelers won the Super Bowl. and well I was just. Blown away by it and The parades that they had is one that will never ever leave my mind that they had down Fifth Avenue. In Pittsburgh and just to see for A playoff run for a team to see all the buildings decorated with black and gold and steelers on how everybody got involved and you know what Josh it was the same way with a thing once it was a I I'm thing and everybody. took apart and being behind him, and the players knew that they could feel it. I mean everybody did and it was just an amazing run. for them and it grew and were the ultimate. Victory to win the Cup, but it's one again that that people never forget i. mean when you have. People were. You'll never see it again in your lifetime I do not believe. Where people were driving after they won the cup. On the Parkway West and they shut down the road and guess what they did. They just left their cars and. It's unbelievable to me. And Randy, our buddy Jo Barbeque, clueless in on the part of that. Incredible flash mob that developed out at the airport. That ACDC had something to do with that. There was an ACDC concert at the Post Gazette pavilion or star Lake amphitheater back then prop I don't even office. Coca Cola Star like you might have just been star back then. No naming rights were applied. At that point and everybody had found out from Brian Johnson on stage. The Penguins won the Stanley Cup so they all went from star. Lake and just got off. The exit turned the.

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"monteleone" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"monteleone" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

"Can welcome guest. Restaurants drill still restricted to carry out service. Though they were the last county in western Pennsylvania to be allowed to go into the yellow face, so they were red until twelve one this morning. And this a big story yesterday to the state will allow bars and restaurants to temporarily serve cocktails to go. Or other things to go if you watched certain news program. This last night. yeah, this follows governor at word. Right. Governor. Signed the bill yesterday. Officials say the law applies to restaurants and hotels would've lost about twenty five percent of their average monthly sales amid the pandemic. The Governor says he hopes Pennsylvanians remember to drink responsibly as the holiday weekend approaches house bill three twenty-seven expires once the pandemic ends and businesses reach sixty percent capacity. Yeah, I mean. If the you know the one thing that's kind of not even entered. My mind is a craft cocktail. At this point, you know what I mean. It's like taking back to the basics like we're doing. Vox Otas and Beers, and that's about not getting to fans. Well last night, friends of mine stopped by a restaurant on the north side and went to Leo got dinner to go, and they bought craft cocktails to go, and they put them in little tiny. Mason Jars. And they got old fashioned 's and walked home with you. Know couple of craft cocktails there you go. Yeah a lot of places are trying to accommodate the You need for that kind of stuff. I've never been much of a craft cocktail. Person Anyways I'm not a ever really developed I'm impatient. I want I just want to draft beer like give it to me right now. I don't want you to stand behind their in a suit in an old timey mustache and take seventeen minutes to make your. Smashing and orange peel in the smithereens. Yeah I I hate ordering anything that requires a muddle. Muddle this for a while. Just give me a shot of Jameson. That's capable Budweiser Jamison. There are now CBS health through Kobe nineteen testing sites open across the city and Western, Pennsylvania four total in Pittsburgh itself the others in cranberry Indiana. McKees rocks, Monroeville, Mount Lebanon and Newcastle the self swab tests are available to anyone who needs CDC criteria and who makes an appointment. Those results are expected back within about three days. If you need to make a trip to best buy, it's going to be different best by changing up its hands on shopping. During the pandemic customers must now make an appointment to go inside the store, then they'll be escorted around by an employee. Anything you touch will be wiped down. The one on one consultations will be thirty minutes, but can be booked for longer. This will affect seven hundred of the retailers one thousand stores. Anguish dot foul is what about clothing stores like? If you touch an article of clothing? Did they gotTA wash that? They can't. They can't sanitize that stuff. Well, you take it home and wash it I. Guess is what they think. Before you wear it. You touch it. You bought it. In Kenya, wildlife parks are helping tourists day involved in the lives of the animals by broadcasting virtual safaris online people can tune into watch leopards and families of elephants in all the other animals as well operators of the wildlife parks hope the broadcast inspire people to pay more attention to endangered species and continue to offer their support with donations. Once things get back to normal, and it's safe to travel. Regular Safaris will resume, but in the meantime those virtual tours will help raise awareness and keep everyone connected. Instead of those boring old bandannas or medical facemasks, more and more people are buying Bain asks made famous in the Batman movie. The Dark Knight rises which would be cumbersome. Torah mature or if you distance. They're so popular that the Bane Masks of actually sold out on some online stores, so you may not be able to find one even if you want it. You run from the virus. I was born by it. Island records held. It's one love. Co would nineteen relief auction yesterday and raise the equivalent of about two hundred eighteen thousand dollars for British. And Feeding America recording artists on the island label donated items for the auction. The biggest seller was the original handwritten lyrics sheet were U2's nineteen eighty-seven number one hit I still haven't found what I'm looking for. It's sold for seventy six thousand pounds or roughly ninety two thousand dollars. And fans of Brad Pitt Jennifer Lopez, and Barack Obama can begin taking the stars home next week at least their portraits anyway. Celebrity photographer has donated twenty five of his limited edition prints to be auctioned off. List also includes Tom Hanks, Billy Irish and Dr Dre and Snoop Dogg bidding begins may twenty eighth. All money raised will go to charities providing corona virus relief. Italy's Sammy Hagar says van Halen will never be finished. Sammy spoke to rolling stone this week. He predicted that van Halen would again the band's other singer. David Lee Roth caused a stir last year when he said the band was done, but Sami says the ban won't be finished until Eddie or Alex Di. He said quote. I'm not predicting what's going to happen, but I would tell you if there are concerts next year van. HALEN will probably be on tour next year end quote. Diamond Dave's Vegas show really that he should just stay there. Yeah. 'cause those techniques worked when he was younger. You know just being like. The goofy Showman, but now that he's older, and he really has a hard time with the to just go there and stay full. Show me just put on the full Las Vegas experience with those songs and a lot of the van Halen fan base is okay with going to a theater and sitting down anyways. Takeover for Roy. You know go full Tilt Vegas. It's except tigers have border collies. Forecast today showers, maybe a thunderstorm ten in the low seventies. It's fifty eight a d. v.. I would have loved to see David. Lee Roth try and pull that off during the classic era of Van Halen in the middle of a concert. Back in Nineteen, seventy, seven stopping. And going all right, awesome videos and my dog's catch frisbees. Runner at a farm. I can't believe they let them do it when he did. Honestly what was that argument like? Before they went out on tour with. David Lee Roth. How many years ago is that? Five years ago six years ago? I think it was longer than that yeah? Fibers well. Here's. One One Caveat I get to do a video of border collies right in the middle of the show. Nothing says rock and roll. Like watching dogs. Do Tricks. You See. So in one band, I went to open call Kool and the gang. They're all dead, all right cool and a guy. We'll get cool in a guy. They'll open. I forgot they get to the border Collie Solo. Guys Trust me. It's cooling the game in dogs. That's how we're GONNA get back to the TAP. Mike Scott Your sports coming up here in just a little bit and I see. All jacked up man. He's been getting balked up in the off season. I'm actually excited to see what he.

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"monteleone" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"monteleone" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

"Headed toward using to hub cities to play this stuff out without fans that will be a difficult transition. penguins forward Brandon Tanith spoke about that this week, but said that one of the ways the players will get over. It will be their desire to get back what they've all come to understand what they've really been missing during the NHL Pause. I. Think obviously there's going to be an adjustment period but I. Think you know the League in our organizations are are are working. Things through right now into a great job When when we resume and I think you know that's as the main focus. Here is to get back to the game that we all love when when things are are right. Right for us to do that. Obviously, there's there's more important things going on right now in the world, and that's everyone's health and safety, but at the same time once we're able to be back in and being the environment of the locker room with all the guys and be be playing the game that we love so much. I think there's going to be. An added enthusiasm and love for what we've missed over the past couple of months. I think that is going to drive us a little more. I mean obviously it's going to be tough and a little at times stepping back on the ice, and and having those expectations, but I think working through that that adversity is GonNa, make you better through all this and I'm sure everyone is really excited and edging back on the ice. Makes a great point, but I wonder if the locker room will be the same. We've heard a lot from major league baseball about how they're going to need an additional locker room for each team. At wherever they end up playing. If they end up playing again because they've got a social distance, the locker room and lockers six feet apart, and they're not big enough as they as they exist, I wonder if that scenario will carry over to the NHL. Well. By virtue of how they have to sit in the NHL there. They have to sit close on the bench so. Sitting close in the locker I'm not sure how much that matters, and it's not easy to just pull up to the rink in your gear. Get Out of the car and put your skates over your shoulder going. Baseball a little bit easier to do that, but can you get dressed at home and drive to the rink in full uniform? Those guys did that as kids. Mom Mom. Drop them off and put the skates on. But hopefully hockey specs sooner rather than later in the meantime. We've got what used to be. At and T. sports that's got game. Six of the nineteen ninety-one. Stanley Cup final tonight. The penguins at the North Stars. We've also got the radio broadcast on our brother station one. Oh, five nine, the X. throughout this process of. At and T. and the ex rebroadcast re airing these old games for penguins, history Josh gets off has been able to interview a lot of the people involved at the time and the hall of Famer Mike Lang. Talked with Josh extensively about this nineteen ninety-one Penguins team which. You know the championships have piled up now, but this one was the first one. And the one that Hey if if you grew up kind of when I did. The thought of the penguins went into Stanley. Couples like going to the moon. If you were paying attention, you just hope they didn't go bankrupt and they had a team the next year. That was the goal just to be able to be involved, and for these guys to make it all the way to the Stanley Cup, final and win it miraculous on a lot of levels. Mike Lang talked with. Josh gets off about the influence of the head. Coach Badger Bob Johnson. who showed up as a different kind of guy and took some getting used to, but eventually everybody came around. He was like Bob Johnson was like no other coach, penguins or any player that play the game. Mock it seeing. then I say that from a standpoint. There wasn't a negative word in his approach to the game, and the players were kind of like. Is this for real? They were just stunned seriously in the first couple of weeks. as it went along, but they were finally realized. This guy was for real I mean he would do things that. No, other coach done I can remember them. Just I mean this is so stupid and it's so simple. But if you think about hockey in those days. And, maybe when they came out of escape. To Skate base gate him one direction and they were skated around the ice until they loosened up. In Badger which stop them and midsection. Make them go the other way. He says because you're in a game. You are going the other way at times, so he would make them circle back and do the rink. The other way and everybody would just look like, but they continue to do it, and he just became a friend of theirs and the the most. Notable thing that I remember about Bob. Johnson as He took everybody under his wing. if, you played for him. He would always put his arm around you and if you plan and he didn't have in the lineup. He. Would just simply tell you I'm going to need some day. I'm on a nature someday and that just sent. That never happened in hockey, but just didn't happen. Gene Call. You're saying how unusual Bob Johnson was in one of the stories. He told to illustrate that was that. Bob Johnson was like walking out of the hospital across the street from the arena one time and he's like what the? Badger everything right. He's like I was just getting to Sandwich. Great sandwiches over there you go. Great Sandwiches. Yeah, there's a million Badger Bob Johnson stories, but Beds are GonNa win that First Cup tonight on eighteen sports at the boy that was a fun team and I was talking to you guys yesterday a little bit about what jumped out at me from watching the game Wednesday night. And I talked about lemieux, aggressive and combative. He was and the arena, and what that looked like it I forgot to mention our buddy, the old to nine or man, he could fly. I forgot. The extent of his wheels. I mean you you remember. Is that kind of glue player that could do a lot of different things and fit in a lot of different places and an effort guy, a hustle guy and a character guy, but man can escape. Pirates announced furloughs beginning on June the first yesterday. Travis Williams said in a statement quote deeply about all of our employees and understand the impact. This will have on them. These decisions are very difficult, but are necessary for us to endure this crisis and emerges strongest possible when we're able to resume normal operations, we look forward to welcoming our employees back to work. At that time, nobody in baseball operations will be furloughed. It's affecting some people in the business department and case. You guys were wondering if there'd be another Michael. Jordan type last dance documentary. Now you got your wish. Tom Brady. Man in the arena. Pass. Him Kissing, his son for two hours hard, no on that one. Somebody that it would be called the last kiss. Going to be a nine nine part series detailing his nine trips to the Super Bowl. And I guess they're not counting on him getting there this year. He's still playing Mike like the whole reason that this was so enjoyable was the nostalgia of it. I mean this has been twenty two years that he's just been sitting on this. The Jordan stopped. Yeah, the Brady. Brady things going to come out next year and It will be produced by ESPN and one nine nine productions, which is Tom Brady's production company. I didn't know he had a production company, but hey, why wouldn't? So it's GonNa be a you know a whitewash Polish. The truth according to Tom Brady, Tom Brady and perhaps only Tom Brady remembers it. All the commercials are going to be like. TB twelve supplements Yup to human boost your immune system. FEELING DEFLATED WITH.

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"monteleone" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"monteleone" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

"Us what it's all about. we have a variety of programs one of our programs, really such focusing on his mental and physical health. Office expert with Doctor. Tom Burnett Generation Pittsburgh he does things of. This mental health biofeedback we have to fiber acoustic pets I would say lay on the bed and listen to music for the VIBE. And vibrates still good for the the mind and the soul, and then there's we have some beamer beds, and then he does a of pain. Management was pressure-point. Needle injections acupuncture PRP's themselves. I never have our outrage IV room as well and then with our outreach programs. We have a hockey team. Better talk team because for war dogs. Golf which we just started doing the softball teams. We have a great outdoor program hunting and Fishing Ryder Events I. The best thing I tell people is gonNA website. Check out our programs and go from there. Steve I wanted to ask you because I just being around you and being around. A T. W.. Twa? For so many years I know how much you guys do with interacting with veterans, and I wanted to ask you. How covert has affected the work that you do with the vets and when you're GONNA be able to get back to normal. Well. We've taken a hit you know, obviously you know financially donations, and we understand that, but my main concern is. You know the mental health and physical health of our guys Darwinism. Hasn't been a real good experience for the last two months in a Lotta guys for Tampa Guy. So in the until four thirty in the morning Monday nights call me at two thirty in the morning, having a bad day, heavy combat he you know. He had a young child in Afghanistan. He held his arms and then she died. You just can't get that image out of his mind, so you know you can imagine being locked up and you can't do much. Anxiety sets in stress anger now and. Just been a tough time for our guys. What I've been doing is having zoom meetings. You know once a week or once every ten days with our guys and people who wants to jump in and. Be To sit there for a couple of hours and bus job as usual and try to have some kind of normalcy. Tobacco imagine that studies have shown that be fellowship of what you guys are able to provide with. It's about the warrior that the Camaraderie and the the talk therapy, and just being there for one another does as much for PTSD and veterans as any medication or any other therapy I would imagine the the ability to be there for one another right now, and to provide opportunity for pets to congregate, even if it's over zoom right now by being there as an organizational leader that has had profound effects on helping people get a whole lot better. Absolutely, you know. When this all occurred a a lot of anger at first and you know. I can only imagine just people in general with mental health, and my guys suffer from you know Pete Jesse and traumatic brain, injury and just. Listening to them as what they WANNA and people say what can I do for veterans? Listen especially guys that are struggling. That's all they want. and I'm to them twenty, four seven and. Like, I said we're just trying to do as much as McCain of San touch and keep everybody. Some kind of normalcy at this time, but yeah like you, said the fellowship huge. It's about the Warrior Foundation. You can donate. W. F. Dot US corrected I. Get that, right. I E WWF Arlegui developed to the link didn't add up for some reason years ago. Okay. It doesn't out us. Okay, and you guys teamed up with the Pat Tillman, foundation also and it was supposed to start this year, but it's GonNa be next year right the first. Tillman run. YEA The. Virtually, Like everybody else's wanting to runs, but yeah. We partner with Pat Tillman Foundation, WE'RE GONNA. Have People teats? Shanley Park but we're GONNA do next year and then. We actually partnered with Maryland Youth Foundation. And the state police. Troopers Association and next year we're, GonNa have a heroes. Cup Pittsburgh, here's a cup hockey tournament. Try to get thirty teams from all the country. you know golf automated move at the August's? It'll stonewall. Cities so yeah, we're going to stop just trying to. Maintain it's like I said normal. Use The word I like to use and touchy. Everybody under control. That's that's the. That's the key. By the way the Jon Krakauer book where Men Win Glory. The Pat Tillman biography outstanding read highest recommendation. And as always Steve thanks for all the great work. You're doing here in western Pennsylvania for Post, nine eleven, vets and if somebody needs help, how can they find it with? It's about the Warrior Foundation. GAR website I t? W DOT US. DONATIONS TAB or donate. There's volunteer tabby football here in contact as you get a hold of this give any questions and we'll try to help you out as best as I can or. Can't. Steve Leeann from it's about the warrior. Thanks so much man have a great weekend. Thanks for all you do. Thank you, do we? I brother. We'll see him in Steve Malia. Everybody Steve and they do great work. It's about the where your foundation here in Pittsburgh and all of western Pennsylvania in the Tri State area as a matter of fact, all right so up next Mike pursued has got your sports when we come back here Mike. What are we going to be focusing on this hour? WE'RE GONNA. Look at. Perhaps the return of hockey and take a look back at hockey from days of your specifically the nineteen ninety one penguins. And a little bit later on this morning we're going to be talking to Sean. Collier reviewing the love birds. Panther Not Scott Blazey with our first virtual coffeehouse and a Tom's with Joe Barton Nick later this morning, comparing the Bulls, dynasties of the ninety, while they're dynasty of the nineties and the penguins, which player matches up with which player who would be the horace grant of the penguins. Dynasties Joan kick all that around for you later this morning. Sports. All right here's Mike Pursuit of with your sports now on TV. Sports US brought to you by keystone cleaning services, there are multiple reports that the H. L. Players Association Executive Board Is Voting On that twenty four team returned to play proposal that we detailed yesterday. The results that voting may be known today might take a little bit longer, but the plan at least from leaks perspective. is to give the top four teams in each conference a first round bye. And then play the fifth seed against the twelve seed to succeed against the eleventh, the seventh against the tenth and the eighth against the night. These. These seeds would be determined by points percentage because people have played. An uneven amount of games and while. The five through twelve groups would be playing best of five play in series. The teams with the buys would be playing. Just to kind of play and get used to play again No blood, but they would get to play some games, and then when the five through twelve series best of fives are completed. They would be down to sixteen teams, and they would go to a seven game format and do it like they always do it. down from sixteen to the Stanley Cup champion. That's not the only hurdle. That hockey's got to overcome to get back on the ice. They still have to resolve testing protocols. Potential visa is that might be experienced by players who have scattered across the globe, and whether or not to use hub cities? it's looking like the momentum's.

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"monteleone" Discussed on Moving2Live

Moving2Live

11:56 min | 1 year ago

"monteleone" Discussed on Moving2Live

"Moving to live along with the sister. Podcast FIT lad P. H. Firmly believed that movement should be treated as a lifestyle noxious and activity moving to live tries to interview people who are involved in the Movement Field. Who are in a variety of professions to break down the knowledge silos. Because sometimes with somebody says in one profession a be somebody else in another profession. Doesn't listen to so if you've listened to moving to live we've had a wide variety. Today's guest I believe is our second or third personal trainer and I want to say that. Probably one of the reasons. I haven't had a whole lot of personal trainers on. Moving to live is if you look at social media and you look across the web. Not all of them but most of the ones that you see who really pushed their social media presence are all about. Here's how I look. Here's how I get followers and I know that today's guest doesn't fall under that realm. I've probably followed him on Instagram. Facebook and various other things for over two years in his things are always educational and then. I guess a little less than a year ago. He came out with a book fitness after fifty dealing with working with individuals who are over fifty. I realized I needed to have him on moving to live so I told John the beginning of the show. If I butcher any pronunciations he can embarrass me. So here's my first chance. We are here with John Monteleone. He is the fitness director. If I'm corrective why a missing fitness which is east of excuse me West Philadelphia so John. Thanks for taking time to talk to moving to lift today. Thank you so much lightning and I think my first question. This is always my favorite one. Because I know you're like me you go to a lot of conferences and you see somebody. The elevator you probably peak at their name badge to see who they are. Because maybe they look for million. You aren't exactly sure somebody sees you in an elevator at a conference or they see an elevator. And you're wearing your Y missing fitness and training T shirt and say well. What do you do? What's your elevator? Spiel you're thirty seconds. This is what John Monteleone does. I improve communities with movement. I may steal that from you. I like that and I'm sure that brings the follow up question where they says they say how. How do you do that as a I functioned as personal trainer with why missing fitness? I'm the Training so not only. Do I see Eighty Ninety Appointments Week? I also imagine team that seized over three hundred plus training sessions. So it's making sure we're providing care. They'll move frequently stales and I know one of the things that I see. Whenever you post something on the. Why missing facebook page or a post your own personal post about something you do. It seems like why missing fitness does things a little bit differently than what you typically see with personal trainers. I know whenever you bring somebody new on board one of the things that I always see in the post as you mentioned what certifications that they have or how they're qualified or what their specialties are. Is that a conscious choice or is that something that just you look at who the people who come in are they boy. We want to show off what they do to potentially bring in more members. It's it's definitely part of the marketing side though like you mentioned health and fitness industry in the wild west. So there's a lot of credentials law certification. So what has volume? What does it? I think we do a great job. Market needs to differentiate the quality of education experience our trainers have but lastly professionals i. I'm a big believer. You got a higher culture and there's a photo it's you know you can teach someone how to personal train but you can't teach them how to care for someone so you got to start there. I if they have that in going to thrive well within our culture and then the credentials and that is all art good to have but we also will occur events education and you are with us as well. I think you hit on something. There that probably needs to be emphasized across the movement and fitness field professionals and I one of the things is really apparent with so many different certifications in so many people thinking I like to work out so I'd like to become a personal trainer. I think that area of professionalism is lost not only the certifications but the recognition of sometimes. It's just a matter with a client of saying. How are you doing today? Maybe it doesn't turn into a training session. Maybe they just need to talk to you about something a day care for another. I think of it that way because business. Yes you do need to train new. You need have sessions. Okay you have to care for people and if you can't if you're not genuine with that you're not going to be successful mid-century slow for long To what's the point of doing this? I if an album gray point I'm always interested when I talk to people on moving to live with their professions finding out their story about how they ended up where they are now. Which oftentimes if I come back a year or so later and interview you again. They'd be entirely different but I'm just curious growing up. Were you one of those kids who were active either through organized sports because mom and Dad said get outside and play until dinnertime or you somebody who discovered movement more along the times when you went to college a sensitive child I played. I played football front pages seven all the way to college but I also had parents said they were very big on the street. Light roles kit go outside and play. Don't come back 'til through lights come on so Physical activities very very much farther household and. I think that's something. I've got a couple of people that I've interviewed before who found fitness as adults and now they're doing things like five k races with their with their kids and I don't think a lot of people recognize that your children or your cousins or nieces or nephews or even just the neighborhood kids when they see you doing something they model that you know. They don't necessarily say that's strange guy. Who's doing kettlebells out in his garage? They say hey. That's kind of cool. What can I try that Movements Generational if your parents physically active their parents were Jessore. You'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA follow that because that's part of your culture household and there's also a great wave Bondi in. I think that's fantastic. I know I like to tell people who ask me what I do is one of the things that I did is what I was in college. I was a two year division three junior varsity soccer player which means I wasn't very good and then I kind of moved on and worked more on my education realize that I needed to do other things if I wanted to stay involved in the booth feel at what point you mentioned you played football. At what point did you realize? Okay this is kind of getting to the end. I'm not going to be able to take it to the next level or I don't want to and was that because you recognize. Maybe my skill wasn't there or there was some sort of an injury One was an injury of a to my upbringing. My parents football But I- parents always taught me. Oh you're very good but always remember. There's someone that's going to be bigger faster stronger in the pointed. That was always work hard but then also have a plan. B O. You may be great this. What's your plan? B. Doesn't work so academics were always very much part of my upbringing. Like you had to do well and focus that. That's what. Let me on that APP. Then how did you decide? I've got the advantage of you. Fill out a questionnaire and I'm looking at your bio. How did you decide? I'm going to Penn State and that's where I'm going to go to college. I actually Transferred there. I wanted to walk on the football team. I made it to a second trial with them. Got Cut did not make it a process. I actually found museology which got me into studying so you the body movement. That's when I was like. Wow this is I need to be here and you like me know if you keep in touch with any of your classmates from from that time there's probably a a minimum of ten or eleven different types of jobs that they could be doing with the kinesiology. Degree is really one of those degrees at up a lot of doors if you can think about it if you're innovative you as somebody who obviously had a love for football found kinesiology now. You're a professional personal trainer. Why the personal training route versus saying you know. I'd like to go into coaching or I'd like to be a strength coach and stay working with athletes and football players. Will I still work with athletes and football players? I signed on the route of personal trainer because I worked with everyone. You know they always say stay. Find Your Niche Abacus. I I just like helping helping people so I work with clients at our spinal cord injury to professional athletes. Everyone in between that satisfied chose on the personal trainer. And then look looking at that looking back when you? I said you know this is the path I'm GonNa take looking where you are now. Is there a group of individuals that you really have a passionate really enjoy working with now that if say Junior Year of college or Senior Year of College John. Would say yeah. I'm really not interested in working with that particular group of people. I honestly IT'S A. It's Friday the fifteen fifteen overpopulation I never thought I would have such a connection to that type of demographic and You know the joy that is you know you know. We see the statistics of blocks Movement and in this population to some sense. I'm very physically active so to see them start. Moving start getting healthier start noticing. Don't as much medication that that's something. Wow that that's an impact. You helped Percy their body lights. It's a huge PA- impact. We're talking to John Monteleone. He is the personal trainer. A director fitness at why missing fitness. I'm curious you graduate from college and Some of our listeners are either people who are just moving aficionados who may still be in school or they may be looking at career changes you graduate from college and you and I both know. There are a variety of certifications. There are a variety of jobs settings. How long did it take you to find a job? And what did you? What did you do to prepare for that? To what certifications did you look at? And then how did you get around to getting the job? I'm a graduate thousand eight when the economy went through a big recession so I work third shift gestation job eleven. Pm Seven am at night. And then I walked to the closest Shin which is called the north On fifteen march street and I just I worked at the front desk at work. Like eight to noon walked one ohm. What sleeping repeated The stories is that was my foot into industry as I was doing this. I was studying for my Exercise certified exercise physiologists with CSM Getting Ready to take that credential. I was climbing up to full time position at the North Club. And I'm always curious with a variety of certifications. I know I've interviewed a variety of people. You always think of the gold standards for personal training certifications or a CSM NASM national strength conditioning association. In Ace what was the reason for saying? This is the certification I'm GONNA pursue and I'm looking at I see you've got a whole alphabet soup but say that a positive way of certifications now.

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