EMU Orthopedist in Glendale named Top Doctor in 2019

NYTopDocs just published their list of Top Doctors in 2019, and on that list is an Orthopedist who practices at EMU Health right here in Glendale, Queens.

Dr. Richard Seldes is an expert in arthroscopic surgery and total joint replacement of the hip, knee and shoulder. He is well known in his industry for being an expert in his practice, and for having a warm, caring personality.

Michael Murray named Director of Hoop Group Basketball Camp in the Poconos

Glendale resident, Mike Murray has been hired as director of Hoop Group Skills Camp in the Poconos.

Hoop Group is one of the longest running camps in the country. Their programs are home to 128 Current NBA Players, 54 Naismith HOF Inductees, and 56 Collegiate National Championship Coaches.

The 23-year-old Sacred Heart kid has dedicated his life to basketball. He grew up playing for Sacred Heart CYO, and  Long Island Lightning AAU programs. He’s played in other local basketball leagues such as IS8 and Heroes Basketball League.

Murray played for St. Francis Prep high school as a 3 year varsity player under Coach Leary.

After high school, Murray studied and played basketball at Manhattanville College.  The latter two years were spent at St. Joseph’s College in Brooklyn, balancing business administration and basketball.  In Murray’s last year—2016—his team were the runners up in the Skyline Conference Tournament.

After a long winding, driven playing career, Murray started working with the Hoop Group.  When he was 20 years old, he interned at Hoop Group for 3 summers in a row during college (2013, 2014, 2015).  Soon after graduating St. Joseph’s, Murray was fortunately offered a job as an assistant coach for the men’s basketball team at Queens College.  The whole staff was new under head coach Matt Collier.  The team finished 13-13 overall and made the playoffs, but lost to the University of Bridgeport in the 6th seed.  They held the best school record since 2010-2011. 

In late March, Murray was hired by Rob Kennedy and the Hoop Group to become one of the directors for “Hoop Group Skills Camp at Pocono Invitational.”  Hoop Group is in their 55th summer of camp, making them the longest running basketball camp in the country.  Their sessions include 2 skill development sessions each day, 3 daily regulation games, team practices, skills challenges, all-star games, championship tournaments, an awards ceremony, and of course, lifetime memories.  The staff experience is consisted of Division 2 (D2) and Division 3 (D3) college coaches, high school/prep school, and AAU coaches.  Camp is a great balance of instruction and competition to develop player’s individual games and skills.  Hoop Group is a great experience when teammates/friends come together for a season, bonding over the great sport of basketball.

Hoop Group Skills Camps are an experience so unique that we simply describe camp as “Basketball Paradise”. No camp in the country replicates our one-of-a-kind setting filled with nothing but basketball courts, dedicated players, and the beautiful view of the Pocono Mountains. During Skills Camp, you will be a student of the game, working directly with dedicated coaches from all levels of basketball,” said Murray.

As for Mike Murray, his ultimate goal is to become an NCAA Division 1 (D1) head coach one day.  Meanwhile, short term he wants to work as hard as he can and be as successful as he can, following as his coaches and mentors did before him.

If you want to reach Mike Murray to learn more about Hoop Group Skills Camp in the Poconos, he can be reached at 347.297.0483 or murray@hoopgroup.com.

Train Like Kobe in Glendale, Queens

Fusionetics is a human performance system that combines sports science, clinical application and cutting edge technology, to help athletes at every level.  Over the past decade, Fusionetics has been implemented by over 15 different NBA teams; as well as UFC, baseball, football and soccer athletes. 

After NBA legend Kobe Bryant suffered his season ending Achilles tear, he started to use the Fusionetics System in his training.

“The Fusionetics System has been highly beneficial for me throughout the last four or five years by making sure my body is in complete alignment,” Bryant told the LA Daily News. “They’ve removed the guess work from the procedure. Things are very measured.” said the NBA legend.

If joints and muscles are not balanced properly, over-compensation injuries occur, and that is why the Fusionetics system emphasizes on maintaining his entire body,” said Glendale Fitness Professional,  Jasiyah Bey.

Bey, a well-known trainer with his own gym on Central Avenue in Glendale, founded Unified Sports Performance in order to train elite and every-day athletes. He has implemented the Fusionetics System in the regimen of all of his clients.

“After all, we are all athletes… regardless of the level of activity you sign your body up for,”  said Coach Bey.

Your body does not care what level of athlete you are. Your body doesn’t care how well you shot the basketball, how far you hit the baseball, or if you won the game.

Your body only cares about the strength of your muscles, the flexibility of your joints, the fuel that you ingest, and the synchronization of your body functioning during physical activity and every day tasks. 

You start by taking a human performance test, where your movement will be analyzed and graded. Muscle imbalances and lack of flexibility will be assessed, and then a custom program will be designed to improve your flexibility, strength, balance, and function.

“Whether you’re getting ready for the upcoming basketball season, preparing your body to run in a marathon, looking to relieve your achy lower back and legs, or want to stay fit and strong for the weekend beach trips, Unified Sports Performance will implement the proven Fusionetics system into your training,”  said Bey.

If you plan to train once per week, or 5 times per week, the fundamentals of the Fusionetic System will make your workouts efficient, effective., and help you build a strong body that will not break down. 

“Coach Bey and the Fusionetics System have been highly beneficial to our basketball and baseball athletes at Martin Luther School in Maspeth,” said Coach Jon Kablack.

Call Coach Bey at (347) 987-4867, or head to Unified Sports Performance Training, located at 67-15 Central Ave in Glendale, Queens for a movement efficiency test. 

The test is only $60, and includes a whole body analysis, and a custom workout plan for your body.

The Fusionetics movement efficiency test will tell you which muscles are tight, where you need to stretch the most, what you need to strengthen, and which workouts to perform on which days. 

It is your training manual to own. You can access it online as well. No more guessing which workouts you need to do. Fusionetics tells you how to get stronger, how to look better, how to be efficient in the gym.

Coach Bey is also starting the USPT FIT League in August. This Fit League is a group training session that takes place once per week. The league / group training session will implement the Fusionetics System. The league is $97 per month, which comes out to less than $25 per session. Talk about a great investment…

Networking in the Hub Saturday, September 21, 2013

Hempstead, New York – On September 21, 2013 Hempstead Uniondale Times and the Power Networking Business series will be hosting the 3rd Annual Networking in the Hub event at the African American Museum in Hempstead.

The Networking in the Hub event will begin at 10:00 am and end at 2:00 pm. Hempstead; Long Island has been long considered the Hub or epicenter of business. Recognizing this fact, small business owners around the region converging on Hempstead on Saturday, September 21 in an effort to network and to develop strategies that will help them stimulate their own personal economic success.
Dubbed “Networking in the HUB,” the event’s goal is to bring together small business owners, community and civic leaders together to share information and support each other as Hempstead is poised for major growth and development.

The event will give professionals in attendance the opportunity to meet and talk with others in business and execute trade and foster business relationship in NY’s Premier Business Network. Each participant will also get a chance to introduce and/or promote his or her business.

Phil Andrews, CEO Public Relations Company will serve as the Master of Ceremonies for the event. Mr. Andrews is known as a Master Networker throughout the metropolitan area.

The Hempstead Uniondale Times has been committed to running the Networking in the Hub event for the past two years and is committed to using the publication to fostering business growth and business brand development strategies through networking events and print media.

Among the Past attendees and dignitaries include Deputy County Executive Dr. Phillip Elliot, Mayor Wayne Hall, Ray Thomas Representative for Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano, and Fran Becker, Legislator, Nassau County Legislative District 6.

Some of the past honorees include Leone Baum, former president, Hempstead Chamber of Commerce, Don Durant, former owner of Copy Man Copy Centre/author of nine award winning books, and Max Rodriquez, former trustee Village of Hempstead/president, Hempstead Cuban Civic Association.

“Networking in the Hub is vital to small business owners in the Nassau County, Suffolk County, and NYC area. We live in more connected society as social media continues to grow by leaps and bounds and breaks down the barriers that were once controlled by geographic location in the past. Hempstead, Long Island is returning to its glorious past as one of the major hub areas in New York State” Phil Andrews, CEO of PA Public Relations Company.

Networking Tuesdays in the HUB, a Business-2-Business event is presented by Hempstead community-based newspaper, The Hempstead/Uniondale Times, along with Power Networking Business Seminar Series.

To register for the 3rd Annual Networking in the Hub event you may log on to https://networkinginthehubseptember212013.eventbrite.com/ to register today. For sponsorship inquires, vending opportunities , or general admission inquiries you may email us at hutimes@aol.com or log on to the above link and contact us.

Networking in the Hub Saturday, September 21, 2013

Hempstead, New York – On September 21, 2013 Hempstead Uniondale Times and the Power Networking Business series will be hosting the 3rd Annual Networking in the Hub event at the African American Museum in Hempstead.

The Networking in the Hub event will begin at 10:00 am and end at 2:00 pm. Hempstead; Long Island has been long considered the Hub or epicenter of business. Recognizing this fact, small business owners around the region converging on Hempstead on Saturday, September 21 in an effort to network and to develop strategies that will help them stimulate their own personal economic success.
Dubbed “Networking in the HUB,” the event’s goal is to bring together small business owners, community and civic leaders together to share information and support each other as Hempstead is poised for major growth and development.

The event will give professionals in attendance the opportunity to meet and talk with others in business and execute trade and foster business relationship in NY’s Premier Business Network. Each participant will also get a chance to introduce and/or promote his or her business.

Phil Andrews, CEO Public Relations Company will serve as the Master of Ceremonies for the event. Mr. Andrews is known as a Master Networker throughout the metropolitan area.

The Hempstead Uniondale Times has been committed to running the Networking in the Hub event for the past two years and is committed to using the publication to fostering business growth and business brand development strategies through networking events and print media.

Among the Past attendees and dignitaries include Deputy County Executive Dr. Phillip Elliot, Mayor Wayne Hall, Ray Thomas Representative for Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano, and Fran Becker, Legislator, Nassau County Legislative District 6.

Some of the past honorees include Leone Baum, former president, Hempstead Chamber of Commerce, Don Durant, former owner of Copy Man Copy Centre/author of nine award winning books, and Max Rodriquez, former trustee Village of Hempstead/president, Hempstead Cuban Civic Association.

“Networking in the Hub is vital to small business owners in the Nassau County, Suffolk County, and NYC area. We live in more connected society as social media continues to grow by leaps and bounds and breaks down the barriers that were once controlled by geographic location in the past. Hempstead, Long Island is returning to its glorious past as one of the major hub areas in New York State” Phil Andrews, CEO of PA Public Relations Company.

Networking Tuesdays in the HUB, a Business-2-Business event is presented by Hempstead community-based newspaper, The Hempstead/Uniondale Times, along with Power Networking Business Seminar Series.

To register for the 3rd Annual Networking in the Hub event you may log on to https://networkinginthehubseptember212013.eventbrite.com/ to register today. For sponsorship inquires, vending opportunities , or general admission inquiries you may email us at hutimes@aol.com or log on to the above link and contact us.

Networking in the Hub Saturday, September 21, 2013

Hempstead, New York – On September 21, 2013 Hempstead Uniondale Times and the Power Networking Business series will be hosting the 3rd Annual Networking in the Hub event at the African American Museum in Hempstead.

The Networking in the Hub event will begin at 10:00 am and end at 2:00 pm. Hempstead; Long Island has been long considered the Hub or epicenter of business. Recognizing this fact, small business owners around the region converging on Hempstead on Saturday, September 21 in an effort to network and to develop strategies that will help them stimulate their own personal economic success.
Dubbed “Networking in the HUB,” the event’s goal is to bring together small business owners, community and civic leaders together to share information and support each other as Hempstead is poised for major growth and development.

The event will give professionals in attendance the opportunity to meet and talk with others in business and execute trade and foster business relationship in NY’s Premier Business Network. Each participant will also get a chance to introduce and/or promote his or her business.

Phil Andrews, CEO Public Relations Company will serve as the Master of Ceremonies for the event. Mr. Andrews is known as a Master Networker throughout the metropolitan area.

The Hempstead Uniondale Times has been committed to running the Networking in the Hub event for the past two years and is committed to using the publication to fostering business growth and business brand development strategies through networking events and print media.

Among the Past attendees and dignitaries include Deputy County Executive Dr. Phillip Elliot, Mayor Wayne Hall, Ray Thomas Representative for Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano, and Fran Becker, Legislator, Nassau County Legislative District 6.

Some of the past honorees include Leone Baum, former president, Hempstead Chamber of Commerce, Don Durant, former owner of Copy Man Copy Centre/author of nine award winning books, and Max Rodriquez, former trustee Village of Hempstead/president, Hempstead Cuban Civic Association.

“Networking in the Hub is vital to small business owners in the Nassau County, Suffolk County, and NYC area. We live in more connected society as social media continues to grow by leaps and bounds and breaks down the barriers that were once controlled by geographic location in the past. Hempstead, Long Island is returning to its glorious past as one of the major hub areas in New York State” Phil Andrews, CEO of PA Public Relations Company.

Networking Tuesdays in the HUB, a Business-2-Business event is presented by Hempstead community-based newspaper, The Hempstead/Uniondale Times, along with Power Networking Business Seminar Series.

To register for the 3rd Annual Networking in the Hub event you may log on to https://networkinginthehubseptember212013.eventbrite.com/ to register today. For sponsorship inquires, vending opportunities , or general admission inquiries you may email us at hutimes@aol.com or log on to the above link and contact us.

Networking in the Hub Saturday, September 21, 2013

Hempstead, New York – On September 21, 2013 Hempstead Uniondale Times and the Power Networking Business series will be hosting the 3rd Annual Networking in the Hub event at the African American Museum in Hempstead.

The Networking in the Hub event will begin at 10:00 am and end at 2:00 pm. Hempstead; Long Island has been long considered the Hub or epicenter of business. Recognizing this fact, small business owners around the region converging on Hempstead on Saturday, September 21 in an effort to network and to develop strategies that will help them stimulate their own personal economic success.
Dubbed “Networking in the HUB,” the event’s goal is to bring together small business owners, community and civic leaders together to share information and support each other as Hempstead is poised for major growth and development.

The event will give professionals in attendance the opportunity to meet and talk with others in business and execute trade and foster business relationship in NY’s Premier Business Network. Each participant will also get a chance to introduce and/or promote his or her business.

Phil Andrews, CEO Public Relations Company will serve as the Master of Ceremonies for the event. Mr. Andrews is known as a Master Networker throughout the metropolitan area.

The Hempstead Uniondale Times has been committed to running the Networking in the Hub event for the past two years and is committed to using the publication to fostering business growth and business brand development strategies through networking events and print media.

Among the Past attendees and dignitaries include Deputy County Executive Dr. Phillip Elliot, Mayor Wayne Hall, Ray Thomas Representative for Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano, and Fran Becker, Legislator, Nassau County Legislative District 6.

Some of the past honorees include Leone Baum, former president, Hempstead Chamber of Commerce, Don Durant, former owner of Copy Man Copy Centre/author of nine award winning books, and Max Rodriquez, former trustee Village of Hempstead/president, Hempstead Cuban Civic Association.

“Networking in the Hub is vital to small business owners in the Nassau County, Suffolk County, and NYC area. We live in more connected society as social media continues to grow by leaps and bounds and breaks down the barriers that were once controlled by geographic location in the past. Hempstead, Long Island is returning to its glorious past as one of the major hub areas in New York State” Phil Andrews, CEO of PA Public Relations Company.

Networking Tuesdays in the HUB, a Business-2-Business event is presented by Hempstead community-based newspaper, The Hempstead/Uniondale Times, along with Power Networking Business Seminar Series.

To register for the 3rd Annual Networking in the Hub event you may log on to https://networkinginthehubseptember212013.eventbrite.com/ to register today. For sponsorship inquires, vending opportunities , or general admission inquiries you may email us at hutimes@aol.com or log on to the above link and contact us.

Ultimate Linings, LTD. Launches On-Line Parts Ordering System.

Houston, TX. July, 15, 2013 — Ultimate Linings® LTD., (UL) a leader in the development and application of protective coatings & linings is pleased to announce the launch of their on-line parts ordering system. This system allows users of plural component spray equipment and pumping systems to go on-line, see the actual engineering diagram of the equipment, diagnosis and repair their equipment. If the customer is looking for new equipment, they can choose the equipment desired and make a purchase decision based on their individual specifications. The new site is almost entirely dedicated to the GRACO line of equipment and will support the latest models of plural component equipment and earlier models.

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