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Dr. David Friedman offers a cutting edge approach to achieving optimal health by incorporating entertainment, shock value and solutions to everyday health and wellness issues. Each week he interviews world-renowned doctors, celebrities, sports figures and New York Times bestselling authors who all share a common goal of helping others get healthy in the sickest developed country in the world… good ole USA.

Finding Time: Working Out with a Busy Schedule

Summary: Always trying to find the time to exercise? Don't sweat it! Learn some easy tips for squeezing in a workout.
Air Date: 8/21/14
Duration: 10
Guest Bio: Melanie Cole, MS
Melanie Cole use best Jpeg headshot 2011 croppedMelanie Cole, MS, is Director of Operations at RadioMD. She has a Master of Science in Exercise Physiology/Kinesiology.

Melanie has been in the health field for over 25 years. As a radio talk show host she has exceptional interviewing skills. She hosts shows for the American Academy of Pediatrics, American College of Sports Medicine and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She interviews guests such as the Surgeon General, Presidents of the AMA, AHA, AAP ACSM, and hundreds of the best and brightest doctors from all over the country.

Melanie is able to take very complicated medical information and make it accessible, understandable and quite entertaining for the lay listener. Her shows bring together the best of integrated medicine, eastern and western techniques that feature health experts from all over the world.

    Finding Time: Working Out with a Busy Schedule
    Between work, family and errands, how is it even possible to find time to go to the gym?  

    Personal trainer, Melanie Cole, says you don't have to fit in all of your exercise at one time during the day.  

    In order to keep at a healthy weight, you should exercise 30 minutes a day. However, you can walk for 10 minutes in the morning and then do another exercise later in the day and still see results.

    Join Dr. Friedman and Melanie to learn how you can break up your workouts throughout the day, as well as how to stay on a good exercise regimen by creating variety in your routine.