So You Think You Can Dance

So You Think You Can Dance

Here's a look at what you missed this morning on Good Day Alabama, Monday, June 1, 2015:

SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE - It's stage vs. street on the new season of "So You Think You Can Dance" and it all kicks off right here on FOX6 tonight! The new season also brings us new judges. Janice and Mike talk with new judge Jason Derulo about the big changes. It's time to pop lock and drop in for an all-new season, new contestants and the best and worst of auditions. Season 12 features an intensified competition between dancers from stage and street as the judges – Nigel Lythgoe, Paula Abdul and Jason Derulo – search New York, Dallas, Detroit, Memphis and Los Angeles for America's Favorite Dancer. Also featured is an exclusive interview with honorary All-Star First Lady Michelle Obama. See who struts into the judges' hearts and who trips up on the all-new SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE. It premieres tonight on FOX6 at 7pm!

JEH JEH LIVE - Jeh Jeh worked out on this Exercise Monday! He joined us with Curtis Starks at EVO Be Fit. It is located at 2006 2nd Avenue North. Evo is a Boot camp style workout center with it's own personal training program tailored to your goals while sharing the attention of your trainer with a few other clients. Curtis and his team work closely with each client to create an optimum workout based on your age, ability, physical condition and lifestyle. This morning Curtis explained several exercises.

Squat With Overhead Press

1. Stand in the middle of the band with feet parallel and shoulder-width apart. Hold handles at shoulder height, with palms facing away from you and elbows bent.

2. Squat deeply while pressing your arms directly over your head. Keep your weight on your heels and resist the band as you return to standing position.

Lunge With Biceps Curl

1. Place the center of the band under the instep of your left foot and position your right foot about two feet behind you.

2. With an underhand grip on the band's handles, perform a biceps curl while bending your knees to lower into a lunge position. Complete 20 repetitions. Switch legs and repeat.

Crunch With Lat Pull-Down

1. Loop the band around a stable object, like a doorknob. (A) Lie on your back, gripping the band's handles with arms extended. Raise your legs and bend your knees so your shins are parallel to the floor.

2. Crunch your upper body forward while drawing your arms toward your knees. Roll back to starting position. Repeat 20 times.

Push Through Crunch

1. Mount your resistance band using the door anchor at lower side of the door frame.

2. Attach both ends of the resistance band onto one handle.

3. Get in a crunch position and grab the handle with both hands and keep the handle just above your stomach. Make sure that you're in a position where the resistance band is straightened out.

4. While keeping your feet on the ground, knees bent and open, you must push the band towards the center of your thighs. As you do that, lift your shoulders and head off the ground. This step is all done in one motion.

5. Return to the original position and repeat.

Chest Press With Resistance Band

1. Place your door anchor near the top of the door you will be using and attach the resistance band. Make sure that you have room around you to move your arms freely.

2. Grab the handles while keeping your back facing the door. Stand forward enough so that the resistance bands are slightly stretched.

3. Bring your arms forward so that your elbows are straightened and your knuckles are pointing up.

4. Bring your arms back into the position it was in before, then repeat.

Lat Pull Down With Resistance Band

1. Secure the resistance band at the top of a door with a door anchor, or to a secure stationary frame at a comparable height.

2. Facing the anchor point, step back until the band is straightened and grab a handle in each hand at slightly higher than shoulder height. You can also perform this exercise while being seated.

3. Pull your arms backwards so that your elbows are pointing behind you.

4. Return to original position and repeat.

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ASK THE GARDENER - Alabama Cooperative Extension Agent Sallie Lee took questions from viewers about their gardening needs. You can reach her at the Extension office with your questions at (205) 879-6964 ext 11.

MOMMY MINUTE - In today's Mommy Minute we looked at how to keep your kids on a schedule even on vacation. Jennifer Walker and Laura Hunter from Moms on Call joined us with advice. They said if you are going to be gone only 3 or 4 days just do whatever you have to have a great time and fix it all when you get home. However, if you're going to be there for a week or two, the Moms on Call App has a "crazy day button" to offer some advice. It gives you the most freedom with the minimum requirements for just keeping a few routine elements in your day. If you change time zones, the experts say you want to get onto that time zone as soon as possible. You might have to squish together a feeding, you may have to stretch their awake time a little bit, but get over to that time upon arrival at the new time zone. The biggest thing to remember even on the craziest days is to keep naptimes less than two hours and have supper on time. Keeping that three hours between the supper and bedtime feedings really helps kids to eat a really good meal at that last nighttime feeding before the longest stretch at night. Also, even though it's vacation time, try to wake up within 15 to 20 minutes of your usual wake time to keep everything from unraveling for naps and the rest of the day.

BBB - David Smitherman with the Better Busines Bureau joined us with advice on what the data breach at the I.R.S. means for you. A data breach on the Internal Revenue Service's website has exposed sensitive information of over 100,000 individuals, the agency revealed this week. According to the I.R.S., criminals were able to obtain tax return information that included Social Security Numbers, birth dates, home addresses, and other personal information when they hacked into an application on the agency's website. Some of the stolen information was used to file fraudulent tax returns using data, like email addresses and passwords, from other cyberattacks. The I.R.S. said Tuesday that the hackers were able to illegally obtain more than $50 million in fake refunds before the agency detected the breach.

I.R.S. commissioner John Koskinen stated that these cybercriminals are "not amateurs," but rather an "organized crime syndicate" that has been plaguing the financial industry in recent years. The agency has since shut down the "Get Transcript" application used in the breach and is investigating the origin of the attack. Here are some tips on dealing with breach from the Wall Street Journal:

How do I know if my information was compromised? The IRS will contact you if you are affected. The agency said it will start mailing letters this week to the taxpayers whose returns were accessed, as well as an additional 100,000 or so households whose data the criminals unsuccessfully tried to access through the Get Transcript service.

What should I do if my tax returns were involved? The taxpayers whose information was viewed by the thieves will be offered free access to a credit-monitoring service, with sign-up information included in the letters they receive from the IRS. The other taxpayers should consider being extra vigilant about their credit as well because, as the IRS said in a news release, the attempts indicate "malicious actors acquired sensitive financial information from a source outside the IRS about these households."

What should I be on the lookout for? Stolen personal data is often used to open credit-card accounts and rack up fraudulent charges. The accounts should show up on your credit reports even if they aren't used immediately. Another risk is that criminals may see an opportunity now to use emails or other communications purporting to come from the IRS in an attempt to get consumers to supply personal information, supposedly to clear up the problem. In its news release, the IRS emphasized that the letters it sends to affected households "will not request any personal identification information from taxpayers."

Can I still get copies of prior-year tax returns? The IRS has temporarily shut down the Get Transcript online service. Individuals who need past tax-return information for uses such as applying for loans can request a transcript, which includes line-by-line tax-return information, through the Get Transcript Through Mail service. The information arrives in five to 10 days at the address the IRS has on file, the agency website says. An actual copy of a past return can be requested on IRS FORM 4506, at a fee of $50 per return.

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NELSON DEMILLE - {New York Times bestselling author Nelson DeMille brings us his highly anticipated new novel - Radiant Angel: A John Corey novel. After a showdown with the notorious Yemeni terrorist known as The Panther, Corey has left the Anti-Terrorist Task Force and returned home to New York City taking a job with the Diplomatic Surveillance Group. Although Corey's new assignment—following Russian diplomats working at the U.N. Mission—is thought to be "a quiet end," he's happy to be out of the FBI. But Corey realizes something the U.S. government doesn't: the all-too-real threat of a newly resurgent Russia. What are the Russians up to and why? Is there a possible nuclear threat, a so-called radiant angel? Prescient and chilling, RADIANT ANGEL takes us into the heart of a new Cold War with a clock-ticking plot that has Manhattan in its crosshairs. With his signature style, DeMille fills the pages with fast-paced action and inimitable storytelling. Depicting the ultimate conflict between good and evil, his new novel will both intrigue and haunt readers. For more information, visit

Tomorrow on Good Day Alabama: Should you use your IRA to buy land? We find out in Money Tuesday! We show you some great Father's Day Gift Ideas! Heard of companion planting? We explain just how it works in Good Day Gardening! Great new reads for the summer..... we check out new books and show you what's new in movies, music, and games this week! Join us for this and much more tomorrow on Good Day Alabama!

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