November 28, 2016

BEFORE AND AFTER PICTURE

Bernie a good friend of mine is a energetic 75 year old who is getting better as he is getting older. When Bernie was in his 50's he went to the doctor and they said he should change his lifestyle if he wanted to live to be 60. That was a wake up call for him so he started to exercise and became a vegetarian. Ever since I know him he practice what he teaches and was always open to alternatives to better his life and those around him. Then I introduced Bernie to ASEA!
  Being on ASEA for three years and Renu 28 (skin gel) for one year you can see the different in how healthy his skin looks (less wrinkle) and how he just look healthier over all. Bernie's resting heart rate went from 77 to 68,
Bernie at 75 years old


Bernie at 72 years old            
Bernie has been drinking Asea and using Renu 28  for three years now and is more vibrant with better mental alertness, has less aches and pains, take zero medication and still exercises and works for fun. 
To learn about ASEA and Renu 28 or Purchase ASEA go to CoachBernie's Website.
                                                   






November 21, 2016

ASEA-What is Glutathione?

Glutathione is the Native Master Anti-Oxidant in your body. As we age the glutathione decreases and then the cellular system deteriorates which causes all kinds of degenerative diseases. To prevent these health issues from happening Asea supplement activates your glutathione by 500 to 800% which keep your cellular system balanced functioning at a optimum performance. Feel better and have good health by correcting those cells with ASEA.



Anti-Aging, More Energy, Feel Young, Better Sleep, Relieves Joint Aches and Pains, Great Recovery after Workout, More Endurance, Healthy Skin, Mental Focus, and Feel Better Over All.




November 06, 2016

2016 New Mexico State Cross-Country Championships

Congratulations to my Athletes that competed in the State Cross-Country Championships in Jemez NM. We had two Boys Teams, one for the 8 and Under age-group and one for the 9-10 age-group. Both won the team title with the 8 and under winning by six points, placing in the top 11 places out of 50 runners. With the 9 and 10 year old's, we won by one point, placing our top 5 runners in the top 33 places out of 66 runners.
It was touch and go with the 9-10 year old's when at the start two of my athletes got knocked down ending up in last place for the first 200 meters. Those two runners moved up in the pack quite a bit but honestly it didn't look like it was enough. It only takes one place to win by one point and we did. These runners deserve a big congratulations considering 1/2 of them are new to long distance running.
A huge effort to the 4th and 5th runners on our team that picked up the pieces for those veteran athletes that couldn't be there for fighting for AAT (Albuquerque Athlete's Track),
Plus more runners and more team show up at State that we didn't see at the fundamental meets.
Boys Age 8 and Under State Champs2nd place Tesfaye Femling, 6th Daniel Beers, 8th Ronny Yassin, 9th Israel Femling, 11th Lewi Femling, 22nmd Mason Dean

Boys 9-10 year old's State Champs 
4th place William Fetz, 8th place Eneas Armijo, 11th place Cole Bettis, 8th place Owen Wagner, 33rd place Calvin Goodkind, 35th place Nikko Mihan, 36th place Eyob Femling




September 19, 2016

What If There Is A Dance Program That You Can Do


at home to lose weight and have fun! Line dancing is dear to my heart. I have been doing it for more than a year now and enjoy dancing to Country Heat Dance Program at home when I can't get away. Sooo much fun and this program helps me lose weight and stay toned.


EXTREME FITNESS. SIMPLE EATING. SERIOUS RESULTS.

July 18, 2016

2016 NEW MEXICO’S SENIOR OLYMPICS

My friends have encourage me to compete in a real race, the USATF Master Nationals Championships that were held in Michigan at the same time as the State Senior Olympics in Roswell, New Mexico just last week, but I chose to go to Roswell races because of time schedule and cost of events. But, anywhere you go there is always a challenge trying to get a PR's (personal records), breaking records and possibly qualifying for the National meet for next year in the Senior Olympics at Birmingham Alabama. So away I go to Roswell and I’m glad I did. The day of the meet was perfect weather of 75 degrees, 6 am in the morning, lower altitude than Albuquerque at 3600 feet and just two days there to compete back to back events in the 10K and 5K road race. The race was pleasant, running along a park and golf course on a windy bike trail with hardly any altitude change except maybe 75 feet. While running the 10K we came up on the turnaround, there must've been three people on my tail (according to the competitor conversation after the race) is where I separated from them. The halfway point time was 22:55, I was very excited about that considering it was a faster split than my city 10K. I finished my race in 45:34, running my second half of the race with a negative split (36 seconds faster). With this time it put me in first place in my age-group with a new state record. I also place 3rd overall. Next day is the 5K. I got a little better sleep the night before but not enough so didn’t know how this was going to pan out for the race. Finding out it was the same trail the same course out as the 10K was very beneficial and gave me a boost of confidence because I knew where I was at all times. Running along with about four or five runners we came up to the ½ point with a time of 10:28, very excited to hear that and was motivated knowing that I only had 1 ½ miles to go. Feeling pretty good I focused on the runner ahead hoping that I would edge up on him and possible pass him. Only about 30 meter behind him and 3/4 mile to go we both caught a man that had a faster start. With 1/2 mile to go I asked an official which way to go and it messed up my breathing and rhythm of running and the man that I was trying to catch got some distance on me. With only 200 meter left I was thinking of getting a good time and before I knew it I was racing the fellow to the finish line. I missed beating him by a lean. Doing that really pushed me to get a PR in the 5K. My time was 20:52, the last time I ran in the 20’s was back in 2009 with a time of 20:53 in Albuquerque. Final results in the 5K, 4th overall, 1st in my age-group 4 seconds short of the state record. I am totally blessed to be able to run like I am at my age and thank all my running comrades and coaches for support and belief in me. Keep training! Coach Lucille Training schedule, ran four times a week 20 to 25 miles total. Two days ran long slow distance runs for about 6 to 7 mile, one day a week speed work 200 and 800 meter timed intervals, one day tempo run for 6 miles. Training with weights, P90X, and yoga two to three times a week for strength endurance, core support. Supplement redox signaling molecules (endurance and recovery drink).
Results

Winner of the 2016 State Senior Olympic 10K Road Roace time 45:34 new State Record for my age-group 60-64
5K Road Race (click then scroll down)


Lucille Brasher winner of the 5K Road race in the Senior Olympics Women's 60-64 Women's / PR in the 5K since 2009 Time 20:52

May 01, 2016


One of the most popular Fun Runs in Albuquerque with three different races, the 5K in 4 waves, 10K, and ½ marathon. It was like an April Fools day on May 1, 2016. There was wind, rain and a few flurries of snow coming down. People were wearing earmuffs, long tights and jackets or thick long sleeve shirts. A few were wearing shorts but with long colorful sock that seemed to be very popular these days.
At the age 61 you're pretty much thinking about running hard and try running a good time for your age but usually not a PR, that just doesn’t happen except if you are new to running. Well it happened to me which I really didn’t expect it. With this type of weather you think of running smarter so you try harder. Running this 10K I actually felt pretty good the first three miles and came across with a time of 21:30. I was thinking oh no, I better slow down but I didn’t. My time slowed down a little but not my intensity, I was still pushing hard when I came across the 10K finish line with a time of 45:21, the last 3.2 miles in 23.51. Knowing that my last mile was going to be hard I hung in there unfortunately one women past me. I tried to keep up with her but her pace was faster and my legs felt like heavy weights holding my knee down. A man about my age came up behind me the last half mile and said nice job. I really wanted to stay with him so I picked up the pace sprinting in the last 200 meters, unfortunately he saw me and said “oh no you don’t” and sprinted ahead of me looking back so I wouldn’t pass him.
HA! HA! that’s funny! You can have it fellow I don’t care.
Final result was 35th Overall of 669 participants
6th women out of 378
1st in 60-64 age group    
2nd Female Master
Pace per mile 7:17
Albuquerque Athletics Track - Youth Track
Keep running! To your health!

March 22, 2016

Have You Had Your Molecules Today?

 After a three months study at the Human Performance Laboratories in North Carolina, test show Redox Signaling molecules (ASEA)  balances you cellular system and reducing LDL oxidation and oxidation stress of the  DNA. ASEA supplement (redox signaling molecules) improve your endurance and recovery for Athletes and Recreation exercisers. There are thirteen thousand peer review articles on the science of redox signaling at www.Pubmed.gov.
Help  your body heal itself with this cellular support supplement ASEA, redox signaling molecules.

I or Asea makes no claim that ASEA cures or treat any diseases.
Other information: www.theredoxdoc.com
Info and buy - www.coachlucille.teamasea.com 


December 12, 2015

JO USATF Cross-Country Nationals In Albuquerque NM

This Running athlete was made not a natural. It took her four years to get where she is today. Jasmine Turtle Morales did it, All-American in the Junior Olympics  USATF Cross-Country Nationals in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Jasmine placed 7th in the 13-14 age-group 4K with a time of 15:24.9. Jasmine went through a lot of trial and error with every season, every race, every heart break from every obstacle.  Experience is everything in learning how to run. I remember her first Regional meet in Arizona (running the 3000 meters) she cried 3/4 through the race. When she was running she couldn't breath because she was crying and she couldn't stay up with her competitor. Sometime its hard to put two and two together. Nerves really can play games on your mind but to deal with those nerve and stay relax is the trick. Knowing that your have done everything right to get where you need to be at this point builds confident and that will shine. The only thing you can do is do your best, that's all you need to know at the start line. Have a plan A and then have a plan  B and never give up.  
Through the whole year it was almost perfect from the start. It does help when you have parent that will take her to the park when coach say do this workout when the team wasn't meeting. But Jasmine wanted it real bad and your can see it in her practices every time she came. Running tough at every practice and staying coach-able, an athlete that trusted that she can be better and believed that she could do it. This inspired the others athletes on the team and they would learn from her and try harder. Watch out HS Coaches, here comes Jasmine. 

Jasmine Turtle Morales (14) Albuquerqu Athletics Track 

October 18, 2015

Coaching The Athletes At Two Meets

USATF Association had a X-Country meet today in beautiful Jemez NM. The Albuquerque Athletics's Track team did a good job running the 2K, 3K, 4K and 5K races. Congratulation kids for giving it your all. 
There is nothing so challenging like a X-Country race. I ran the 5K adult race it was so much fun running up dirt hills, rolling sand hills pushing myself to the end with a 20:57. When they announced that I was a Senior I was proud to finally make it to the 60 and over age-group and still competing and running.
Congratulations to Jasmine placing third in the Women's 10K Duke City Marathon this morning. Her time was 40:16 an improvement of 1 minute from last year which she place first in. 
Miles 8th place, Gustav, and Michael 5th place 3K 11-12 age group boys 

Jasmine 3rd Place in the Duke City 10K Women's Race
with a time of 40:16, 13 years old

5K X-Country Meet 1st Place Jemez NM Medallion  

Web Site for Youth Program XC and Track Team

September 30, 2015

Cindy Sawyer Asea Testimony update Jan 2012

After 15 years of living a life that has been challenging. The Boy Asked for  help.

See what ASEA did for him.





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August 24, 2015

Cheap Exercise Toy For Puppies and Dogs

Is your dog bored with the other dog toys? Get a 3 liter plastic coke bottle and kick it around with you dog on tile floor or patio outside. You may need to watch him careful to see if your dog chews up the bottle and breaks the plastic then just throw it out. This is a good 15 to 20 minutes of aerobic conditioning for your dog or possible your cat.

May 15, 2015

ASEA Cellular Health

ASEA improves critical cellular communication at the cellular level which greatly increases your cellular efficiency. Among the benefits you'll find a healthier immune system and increased energy. 




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