How Gary Valentine Made Up the ‘Moo La Moo’

A few years ago, when Steve Azar wanted to do the video for “Moo La Moo,” he asked his good friend Gary Valentine to make up a dance. It took Gary six months, and in the end – came up with it on the spot one night at Steve’s house. Gary Valentine is listed as … Continue reading “How Gary Valentine Made Up the ‘Moo La Moo’”

Gov. Bryant: There’s something ‘special’ in the Delta water

Governor Phil Bryant stopped by for a “Mississippi Minute” with Steve Azar this week. They talked about the Grammys, tourism and growing up in the Delta. There are so many creative and artistic people coming out of the Delta, could it be there’s something in the water? To hear the entire interview, listen here.

The lies we tell ourselves

Taking on a physical challenge like a boot camp may not seem that life-changing. You might lose a few pounds, and get in better shape – but that’s it right? Not exactly. Three years ago, Fit4Change with Paul Lacoste Sports not only got me into shape, but it changed my life. And it all started … Continue reading “The lies we tell ourselves”

OHS: Get with the program

The Struggle Is Real. This is not just a clever hashtag or saying, it’s a real issue when you’ve set a big goal for yourself, but injury gets in the way. I was really struggling to get back into running this year after hurting my calves, but a sweet piece of advice by my running … Continue reading “OHS: Get with the program”

Sweet Video: Toddler gives thanks to his trash guys

There are a lot of thankless jobs out there – and being the trash guy is certainly one of them. But this little guy loves seeing his crew from Waste Management every Monday and Thursday. Cason is almost 2-years-old, and stays with his Grandmother in Pearl, Mississippi during the day. This past summer, when the … Continue reading “Sweet Video: Toddler gives thanks to his trash guys”

A Good Things Road Trip

Rebecca Turner and I were given the opportunity to test drive some of the newest cars at Ritchey Automotive: the Range Rover Velar, the Jaguar F-Type and the Audi A7. We hooked up the Go Pro camera and hit the road… and this is what happened next… First up, Rebecca drives the Range Rover Velar: … Continue reading “A Good Things Road Trip”

OHS: The only competition is yourself

I have a confession to make: I am incredibly competitive. Not sure when it was born inside of me, but I’ve always been competitive. I want to be first. I want to win! But the thing you have to learn on your going healthy journey is – your only competition is yourself. (As a recovering … Continue reading “OHS: The only competition is yourself”

OHS: Cross-training is the key to your running success

If you’re going to have a big goal – like train for a half marathon – you’re going to need to do more than just “go run”. There’s a system that helps make that running easier – it builds your endurance and helps your muscles recover faster. Coach Jeremy laughs at me as if this … Continue reading “OHS: Cross-training is the key to your running success”

OHS: Working out in a sauna

Did you feel that steaminess this morning? Shouldn’t it be fall? Why does it feel like August? Didn’t matter, we had a boot camp to get to and before the warmup was over, I was marinating in a pool of sweat. And it went downhill from there. But the good news is – all of … Continue reading “OHS: Working out in a sauna”

OHS: The scale finally cooperates!

I started Paul Lacoste Sports’ Fit4Jackson/Fit4Medicine program two weeks ago, and the first week was TOUGH! Everything hurt – even though I had been running, I hadn’t been weight training. After two weeks (with a day or two off for traveling), I feel much better. Stronger. Ready to kick up my half-marathon training this weekend. … Continue reading “OHS: The scale finally cooperates!”

Cruisn’ the Coast 2017 about to break records

The SuperTalk crew was right in the middle of Cruisn’ the Coast today and we had a chance to talk to George Chaix from the Biloxi Police Department. Biloxi is expecting record-breaking numbers of attendees this year – more than 8,000 cars and 100,000 people. Our friends at Visit Mississippi say there are still some … Continue reading “Cruisn’ the Coast 2017 about to break records”

OHS: Just keep going

I don’t know if it’s getting older or just being stubborn, but my mind thinks I can do all sorts of things – but my body won’t always cooperate. Day two of Paul Lacoste Sports boot camp was a challenge, and I’m already feeling muscles that I haven’t checked in with for a while.