Fit2BTide is a radio talk show on WVUA FM 90.7 about wellness and other health-related topics hosted by Dr. John Jackson, University Recreation Associate Director of Fitness, Research & Assessment and Sheena Gregg, Assistant Director of Student Health Education and Prevention at The University of Alabama. New shows air weekly during the semester on Sundays at 2 p.m., but you can listen to the archives below.
January 29: Sheen and John discuss various fitness misperceptions and controversial topics related to nutrition and exercise.
February 5: Sheena and John discuss various nutrition topics with Holly Grof of Enterprise Operations, who coordinates various dining options on campus. Some topics discussed include healthy eating options as well as their extensive plan for dealing with food allergies.
February 12: Jeremy Henderson from the Office of Student Health and Well-Being is our special guest. Jeremy discusses with Sheena and John the programs and services offered through the Office of Student Health and Well-Being.
February 19: BJ Guenther, from The University of Alabama Counseling Center and host of Brain Matters on WVUA 90.7 The Capstone on Tuesday nights at 6 p.m. discusses with Sheena and John the various issues surrounding eating disorders and body image awareness.
February 26: Sheena and Whitney Pape, guest host from University Recreation, discuss sleep hygiene and the importance of quality sleep habits with Charlotte Petonic, Assistant Director of Health Education at the Student Health Center.
March 5: Special guest Alicia Jackson, a physical therapist, discusses with John the importance of preparing to be a caregiver for your parents, your grandparents, or anyone you care for who could use your assistance due to various physical ailments related to aging and injuries.
March 12: University of Alabama Head Softball Coach Patrick Murphy discusses with Sheena and John the philosophy and history behind the tremendous softball program that he has built over the years. Coach Murphy talks about how he runs the program and how they seek to build the person before the player.
March 26: Sheena and John talk with Gretchen Moore from the Center for Service and Leadership about volunteer opportunities for students, faculty and staff. They also discuss the various benefits to both the individual and their impact on the communities they are serving.
*Will update description of other shows as they are recorded.