10×50: Keep Your Eyes on the Prize

In my first triathlon, I was so focused on not getting kicked in the face by the dozens of other swimmers around me that I swam off course. Instead of turning right at the first buoy, I kept swimming straight and off to the left. I got so far off course that one of the […]

10×50: My Quest to Complete 10 Sprint Triathlons by Age 50

I am a triathlete. My goal is to complete 10 triathlons by age 50. I’m currently 48 and will turn 49 a few days before my 8th triathlon. To be accurate, I  compete in sprint triathlons, which are composed of a 750 meter (1/2 mile) swim, 20K (12 mile) bike ride, and 5K (3.1 mile) […]

Get Motivated!

January 4, 2013 – Did you make new year’s resolutions around your health, weight, fitness? Personal Trainer, fitness expert, and owner of Mile High Fitness, Kim Farmer, shares her strategies and tips for getting and staying motivated in 2013. Listen live every Friday at 4 pm Mountain Time (6 pm Eastern) to Living Well with […]

‘Tis the Season to…Overeat

November 23, 2012 – Turkey, ham, stuffing, sweet potatoes, pies, cakes, cookies, macaroni and cheese…are you hungry yet? Thanksgiving and Christmas are a license to eat. Some of us need to have our licenses revoked because we take it too far. Kim Farmer, President of Denver-based Mile High Fitness, and Gene Davis, Certified Personal Trainer […]

The Superman Years: The Emotional Life of a Parent Caring for a Child with Type 1 Diabetes

October 19, 2012 – Do you have a child or loved one with diabetes or some other chronic illness? How does chronic illness impact the entire family? How do you take care of your loved one without losing yourself? My guest on this Friday’s show is Linda Buzogany, licensed psychotherapist and psychology professor who is […]

Race for the Goal

August 3, 2012 – On Sunday, I will be competing in my 7th sprint triathlon. I will have completed 7 in 7 years and my goal is to complete 10 by age 50. Have you considered entering a 5K, 10K, half marathon, or marathon but you weren’t sure how to get started? Would you love […]

Women Coping With Life Transitions: Do Something Different for a Change (video)

Dr. Peg gives the keynote address at the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Denver Alumnae Chapter’s 2012 Impact Day.  

Cycling: Fun and Fitness

March 2, 2012 – Darrell West, Founder of Major Taylor Cycling Club of Denver discusses the benefits of cycling and bike riding for all ages. www.neighborhoodlink.com Listen live every Friday at 4 pm Mountain Time (6 pm Eastern) to Living Well with Dr. Peg on 1220 AM in Denver and live on the web at […]

Just Kickin’ It: The Benefits of Soccer and Other Sports

February 24, 2012 – Coach Keith Frazier, the founder of Kid Goals, discusses the benefits of sports and physical activity on the cognitive and character development of kids. Contact Keith Frazier at www.kidgoals.org Listen live every Friday at 4 pm Mountain Time (6 pm Eastern) to Living Well with Dr. Peg on 1220 AM in […]

Do Something Different for a Change in 2012

December 30, 2011 – A panel of experts discusses new year’s resolutions and goal setting related to fitness, weight loss, finances, relationships, and self esteem on the Living Well with Dr. Peg show. Guests: Shainika Jacobs, Kim Farmer, Jendayi Harris, Teresa McCaskill. Listen live every Friday at 4 pm MST/6 pm EST on 1220 AM […]