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Matters of the Heart!

February is an important month for so many people:
For many people they honor the many contributions that people of color have made to American History. Since I went to a Performing Arts High School that is now a historical landmark. I will pay honor to Booker T. Washington
http://www.biography.com/people/booker-t-washington-9524663

For some people they are making better choices to take care of their hearts.
http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/

For me February brought countless tears of Joy and Pain. For my tribute to History I want to honor the beautiful and late Whitney Houston. I remember getting a text message from my friend Lori of LAConncects that Whitney Elizabeth Houston passed. I remember being blank and not wanting to do ANYTHING at all. I was on my laptop and began to read people’s comments on twitter. I cried because I could not believe how callous and cold people could treat the memory and life of a legacy. But beyond her being a legacy I began tweeting that BEFORE she was a multiple Grammy award winner she was someone’s child, sister, ex-wife, mother, and a great friend to so many. I cried even more when on her home going service one year to the date my big sister would have been 41. And last year during this time the day after my sister turned 41 I wished her “Happy Birthday “ for the last time.

Now those tears have turned into a fight to find a cure for Lupus and purpose to make people aware that heart disease can be beat. My sister may have lost her battle but she has prepared me for the will and strength to help others.

So please join me in my fight and purpose to help the world:

CHANGE YOUR HEART AND YOUR BODY WILL FOLLOW, EMPOWERING A GLOBAL LEGACY OF FITNESS.

My reasons for being in the fitness industry are so vast, but after 17 years of Personal Training and 10 years as a classical ballerina I would be nowhere without the God Father of Fitness Jack LaLanne. There would be no celebrity trainers without the vision of Jack LaLanne. So today my site launch begins by introducing you to my new vision and the original visionary Mr. Jack LaLanne.

What will you find on the new Madison Chase Fitness:
1. Heart Healthy Tips
2. Organic Holistic Nutrition Tips
3. WEEKLY CHANCE TO GET FREE CONSULTATION AND TRAINING WITH ME
4. “GIVE ME 15” TIPS & FREE DVD GIVE AWAY
5. My Favorite Exercise
6. Free Give –Away from some of my partners and sponsors
7. INSIGHT & ACTION ON HOW I’M CHANGING THE WORLD ONE HEART AT A TIME

On February 25th, 2012, posted in: BLOG by Tags:
4 Responses to Matters of the Heart!
  1. What creative guines! While difficult to envision a world where such creativity were widespread for the greater good, it is even more challenging to understand what drives our society. It is easy to point to our sadly warped economic model as the culprit, but it is merely the vehicle. The quest for power and greed are a close second but, again, what needs, as a society, have we not addressed that make us lust for such things at the expense of others? Difficult to grasp the concept of connectivity and oneness, when we are so conditioned and fragmented. The healing process will largely remain in the shadows until we accept that whatever we do to them , we do to us ! As I’ve delve further into the grant business, I am amused and amazed. Corporations, institutions, foundations, etc. hiding behind the 501(3)C status and the likes, are able to hand out money which they managed to avoid paying to the government. The government, i.e. the representatives of the people, become less efficient and less powerful, as does the voice of the people. The tax-evading entities get to be the good guys by entering communities and helping where the government has failed AND they want free publicity, public acknowledgment, gratitude and loyalty all wrapped up with ecological-waste (balloons, glitter, plaques, bows and ribbons). Oops! Guess you hit a sore spot with this last write-up!

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    • Thanks Maximo for such an insightful response. I really have a heart for healing others and in the process finding healing for myself. Would love to hear more from you and your thought provoking response. God bless and keep you and your family, and friends!

    • i grew up watching mom try to fololw Jack Lalanne she and our neighbor would watch his show everyday he inspired me to excersize at a very young age

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