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 its 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. Today Curtis discusses workouts using the Dynamax Ball. For more information, call 205-583-3000 or log on to evobefit.com.
VET SPECIALIST - Dr. Cindy Grant with Animal Rehabilitation & Fitness Clinic, Inc. joins us along with Dr. Jerome Williams. She explains how many of her patients have trouble moving on slick surfaces such as common hardwood and tile floors, getting in and out of vehicles, going up and down steps and getting on favorite pieces of furniture as they get older. There are several products and services that she has found very beneficial over the years. She shows us some of the simple helpful products and services that are available. For more information, call Dr. Grant at 205-977-7724. Dr. Jerome Williams is at Red Mountain Animal Clinic. For more information, call 205-326-8080 or redmountainanimalclinic.com/.
VETERAN'S DAY CELEBRATION - Birmingham's 2015 National Veterans Day Celebration includes two days of activities. There will be the Raymond Weeks Memorial Service in Linn Park, a distinguished guest reception, and the National Veterans Award Dinner tomorrow. Wednesday begins with the Veterans Memorial Service at Cathedral Church of the Advent, followed by the World Peace Luncheon, and then the National Veterans Day Parade presented by Protective Life through Downtown Birmingham beginning at 1:30 p.m. Noah Galloway is the Grand Marshal for the parade. The parade includes almost 5,000 participants and between 60,000-80,000 spectators. For tickets, parade routes, and more, visit NationalVeteransDay.org.
FINEBAUM ON FOOTBALL - Mike talked with Paul Finebaum about some exciting college football over the weekend! Alabama beat LSU in Tuscaloosa and kept the Heisman front runner Leonard Fournette to minimal yardage. Auburn's Jeremy Johnson returned to the quarterback position and led the Tigers to a win over Texas A&M. Clemson secured the ACC title with the win over Florida State. Georgia picked up another win, but head coach Mark Richt's future is still at stake. And Missouri's players announce a boycott if the school doesn't address some racial concerns and incidents at the school. Head Coach Gary Pinkel tweeted that the team stands together in the protest!
ASK THE GARDENER - Sandra Reaves took questions from viewers about their gardening needs. For more information, visit her Facebook page - it includes lots of pictures, tips, how-to videos and info on veggie trials going on in the garden. It's a "real time, real life" look at home gardening and food preservation. You can find her at Facebook.com/JosieGladysGardens.
Tomorrow on Good Day Alabama, we bring you good news for dairy lovers! In Money Tuesday, we show you how to earn a 50 percent return in just one month! The WBRC Storm Warn Team joins us with a major reveal in the morning! You don't want to miss it! New music and movies hit store shelves and we show you what's new in entertainment! Join us for this and more tomorrow on Good Day Alabama!