What do the number seven, new workouts, and all things Eyes-Free Fitness have in common? Mel brings them together and gets us started.
Lisa interviews Amy Bovaird, who has written Mobility Matters: Stepping Out in Faith. Her next book, Cane Confessions: the Lighter Side of Mobility is due out this summer. You can meet Amy through her website and you can purchase her book, which is available in a variety of formats.
Do you have an Amazon Echo? Lisa walks you through some fitness and health-related skills for the Echo, and shares what we feel is some exciting news. You can now hear the Eyes-Free Fitness Podcast on your Echo if you enable TuneIn Radio. Just say: "Alexa, play Eyes-Free Fitness Podcast on TuneIn," sit back, and enjoy the latest episode. This is a brief demo of one aspect of the Echo's use. If you would like additional information, you can get help online.
There are several places where you can learn about the different models of the Amazon Echo, as well as how to use its many features. This list is by no means comprehensive.
Mystic Access sells a tutorial on the Echo for $39.00. While it was produced based on the standard Echo, about 95 percent of the information will apply. You can read more, listen to a sample, or buy the tutorial by visiting: www.MysticAccess.com.
The Amazon Help site contains a complete index of articles using the Echo, either by itself, or with other devices.
The Love My Echo Blog is a great and interesting resource for newbies and long-time users alike. You can find it by visiting:
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