Today’s podcast is about change. The times, they’re still-a-changin! Today we’re going to hone in on a couple of specific issues, those being how Americans view changing perspectives in fitness trends and wellbeing. We’ll also explore how Americans’ views towards their cyber security and privacy have changed since Edward Snowden’s infamous whistleblowing about the NSA.
We’ll talk with Gretchen Reynolds, NY Times Fitness columnist and health and exercise guru on the simple ways we can change our workout routines for the better.
We’ll also chat with Lee Rainie, Pew Researcher, on the changing perspectives of Americans on Privacy.
Be sure to also check out our video segment when we take our questions to the streets!
Watch Lisa Autz and Zach Schepis break down this week’s interview on Third Eye Video.
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