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Nicole Moneer Guerrero and Friends
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This figures to be a great show. Because of the figures in the studio! Nicole Moneer Guerrero, a bikini competitor of world-class proportions (and lovely proportions they are), personal trainer and fitness guru will bring her radiant personality along to brighten up our studio. Nicole has brought along three of her clients; two of them are scheduled to participate in The Arnold Sports Festival March 1-4 in Columbus, Ohio. Nicole also is heading to The Arnold, where she again will be among the featured attractions at the bodybuilding.com booth.

You can check out photos from the ladies' visit in our Facebook Gallery

Also featured on today’s program is legendary broadcaster Joe Garagiola, and Jonathan Winters, one of the most inventive and influential comic minds of the past half-century.

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Sports and Torts: Nicole and Friends
Our favorite fitness guru - Nicole Moneer Guerrero - is back! And this time, she's brought friends: Fitness competitor Barbie Zweifel, Bikini competitor and model Samantha Slaven, and bikini competitor Nicole Genarella. yes, it was pretty crowded in the studio, but the boys didn't seem to mind.
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Sports and Torts: Joe Garagiola
If Joe Garagiola. isn’t the best baseball player-turned-broadcaster (meaning best broadcaster and not best ballplayer), then we don’t know who is. Plus he hosted televison game shows, was on NBC’s “Today” show and elevated the Westminster Kennel Club dog show to new heights on TV. His wit and wisdom were among the best of any generation of broadcasters. And as you’ll hear in this interview – Joe’s still got it!
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Sports and Torts: Nicole and Nicole
Nicole & Nicole share some of their healthy eating habits, and the details on their new business venture. Plus, what Ms. Guerrero has planned for the Arnold competition and beyond!
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Sports and Torts: Jonathan Winters
In his sixty years in comedy, Jonathan Winters has tackled every medium, from radio to television to film. And now, he can add podcast to the list! Amd he's still funny as ever.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Nicole Moneer Guerrero
With more than a decade of experience, Nicole Moneer Guerrero is a Top 5 nationally and Top 10 internationally ranked PRO fitness competitor and fitness model, as well as a skilled personal trainer and educator. As the 2009 Ms. Bikini Classic Universe Champion, her disciplined, results-oriented approach has garnered her industry accolades and it has inspired her clients to achieve their own personal fitness goals. Nicole is an NASM personal trainer and an AFAA group exercise instructor for LifeTime fitness where she advises private clients and leads large group classes. She also holds Power Plate, Zumba and TRX certifications. Showcasing her competition results, fitness tips and writing, Nicole has been featured in such publications as Planet Muscle, Fisico y Fitness, Sauced Chicago Magazine, Oxygen Magazine, Almost Famous Magazine, Ms. Fitness Magazine, Iron Man Magazine and Fitness Experts Magazine, as well as on a variety of local Chicago-area television and radio shows. During the 1994-1995 season, she was a member of the World Champion Chicago Bulls cheerleading squad and was later a part of the Bally Total Fitness Performance Team. She earned the title as Ms. Fitness Illinois in 2004 and 2007, as well as the 2004 and 2007 Fitness America, Midwest Fitness Festival Champion, among others. She has been featured in print, outdoor and online advertising campaigns, as well as in catalogs, infomercials and tradeshows promoting fitness products and services. Nicole holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Fashion Merchandising from Iowa State University. She resides in her native Chicago.

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Jonathan Winters
The real Jonathan Winters was born in Dayton, Ohio on November 11, 1925. After attending public school in Springfield, he joined the Marine Corps at the age of seventeen. After serving two-and-a-half years in the South Pacific, he returned to Ohio and attended Kenyon College. His interest in art led him to Dayton Art Institute where he studied for over two years and met the girl who would become his wife, Eileen. Eileen encouraged Jonathan to enter a local talent contest in Dayton, which he did, and he won a wrist watch, but the performance led him to a job as an early morning disc-jockey on radio station WING in Dayton (1946). This job led him to WBNS-TV in Columbus where he worked for three years. In 1953, Jonathan headed for New York for the "big time" with $56.46 in his pocket. As a performer at Manhattan's Blue Angel nightclub, his reputation as a comic began to grow. Garry Moore, who was substituting for Arthur Godfrey on the TV Show "Talent Scouts", presented Jonathan on the show. Then came the Jack Paar Show, The Steve Allen Show, and The Tonight Show, where Jonathan was able to demonstrate his comic genius and he became a top name in American Comedy. Eileen Schauder Winters, wife of Jonathan Winters for over sixty years, died on January 11, 2009. Following her long battle with breast cancer, she passed away at home surrounded by her family. Jonathan has two children and five grandchildren. He lives in Santa Barbara, where he paints and writes when he is not performing. He is also currently at work on his autobiography.

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Joe Garagiola
Joseph Henry "Joe" Garagiola, Sr. is a former catcher in Major League Baseball who later became an announcer and television host, popular for his colorful personality. He was well known for being one of the regular panelists of The Today Show on NBC for many years. In 1991, he was honored by the Baseball Hall of Fame with the Ford Frick Award for outstanding broadcasting accomplishments. He has also been given his own star on the St. Louis Walk of Fame.

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