Dr. Pete Takes Human Performance and Wellness to New Level with "PowerCentering" Fitness Program

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Dr. Peter A. Gratale, the former co-host of ESPN’s fitness show, "Bodyshaping," is unveiling his revolutionary workout regimen, "PowerCentering" this week on TV and on the Internet. The doctor-developed fitness program is convenient and designed so that anyone can do it.

Fitness authority Dr. Peter A. Gratale, known to America as “Dr. Pete” from ESPN’s popular TV fitness show, “Bodyshaping,” is unveiling his new workout regimen, “PowerCentering” this week on TV and the Internet.

Dr. Pete will appear on “The God Squad” show this week to discuss and demonstrate PowerCentering, the powerful new, integrated fitness program he created that trims bodies, clears minds and moves the spirit.

The half-hour talk show, seen on TV and the Internet and hosted by Rabbi Marc Gellman and Monsignor Thomas Hartman, will be aired on WLNY-TV, Channel 55/10 in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut at 8 a.m. Tuesday, March 29. The episode with Dr. Gratale’s PowerCentering program will be rebroadcast on Cablevision’s Telecare TV-29 on Long Island at 8 p.m. Tuesday, 10 a.m. Wednesday and 6:30 p.m. Thursday.

“PowerCentering blends body awareness, breathing, posture, balance and centered movement into an exercise routine that's simple and fun to do,” says Dr. Gratale. “PowerCentering takes human performance and wellness to a new level with a revolutionary, unique combination of the best core-strengthening principles and ancient movement techniques.”

The doctor-developed exercise routine can be done in as little as 10 minutes or as long as 60 minutes. “Practicing PowerCentering helps people perform better at anything they do in life while achieving greater health, fitness and vitality,” Dr. Gratale says.

Dr. Gratale explains that anyone can do the exercises; it is appropriate for professional and elite athletes to individuals who haven’t exercised in 30 years. “I’ve even taught people in wheelchairs the PowerCentering Experience,” he said.

Benefits of PowerCentering include improved core strength and flexibility, an easing of stress and tension, relief from aches and pain, enhanced posture and improved energy, says Dr. Gratale.

PowerCentering is based on an awareness and utilization of the human body's center of mass, an inch or two below the navel inside the lower abdomen, according to Dr. Gratale. This physical center of gravity of the human structure is also the symbolic center of being and power, which makes PowerCentering so transforming, he said.

Dr. Gratale is a human performance specialist and certified strength and conditioning specialist, committed to empowering people of all ages to achieve their highest inborn potential for optimal health and quality of life. His philosophy of natural healing, wellness development and peak performance is transforming the lives of people through his revolutionary program, PowerCentering.

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Upsala College and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from New York Chiropractic College.

Viewers outside the tri-state area who don't get WLNY-TV or Telecare TV 29, the television station for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockville Centre in New York, can watch “The God Squad” episodes featuring Dr. Pete and Rabbi Gellman performing exercises from anywhere in the world via the Internet this week by going to http://www.telecaretv.org. The simulcast can be accessed at the times above by clicking on "Watch Telecare TV Live."

Dr. Pete will also be conducting workshops on PowerCentering in Atlanta April 8-9.

More information about PowerCentering, including DVDs and sample videos, is available at http://www.powercentering.com.


Chuck Rosa




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