About Greg Wymer

Greg Wymer is Principal and Chief of Creative for Healthy Dose Media. He was an award-winning radio copywriter and morning show producer for WFNX-FM in Boston in the 1990s, and in the 2000s won Best Viral Marketing Campaign and Best Non-Profit Campaign for his work with e-tractions, a provider of custom online entertainment. Before launching Healthy Dose Media, he spent 10 years at the MIT Enterprise Forum working as a developer of programs, content, and marketing for a global audience of startups and entrepreneurs. Greg has been a mobile and club DJ for 25 years, created and ran a pub trivia night called Useless Trivia, and is on the Board of Directors of ImprovBoston, where he performed as a cast member of its Mainstage for seven years.

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November’s Workout Playlist

Greg the DJ is back with 10 more tunes for your earholes while exercising!

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Taking Your Training Seriously

Even fit and healthy folks need to take training seriously when undertaking a new athletic endeavor. Here’s why.

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Greg the DJ: Songs to Add to Your Workout Playlist

Looking for fresh tracks to sweat to? Here are 11 songs that are perfect for a Fall 2013 workout mix!

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Why Music Helps You Work Out

We all know we perform better with our favorite tunes. Now scientific research shows why that’s the case.

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The Reluctant Hubby: Finding Balance

It’s important to have balance in your life, both mental and especially physical. Be sure and exercise in such a way that imbalances aren’t putting your health at risk.

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The Reluctant Hubby: Zomba!

What happens when you combine Zumba with zombies? Only the most pop culture-rific workout you can imagine!

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The Bond Girl Workout

Wouldn’t you love a license for looks that kill? Try the Bond Girl Workout and men will look at how you’re shaken, not stirred.

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The Winter’s Coming Workout

Colder temperatures, solid precipitation, and more … is your body ready for the added resistance of wintertime?

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