Good Day Atlanta viewer information April 27, 2020

Studying the “Sweet Science” with Doraville fitness center: 

Although Gov. Brian Kemp allowed gym and fitness centers to re-open last Friday, some are choosing to wait.  That includes Sweet Science Fitness Boxing Club in Doraville, where owners say they’ll take a little more time to prepare before welcoming clients to the facility again.

That said — right now, the gym is offering live workouts on social media, giving people a little taste of “sweet science” from right in the comfort of their own home.

 According to owner and head trainer Marty P. Hill, "Hitting a bag, jumping rope, and, of course, the famous focus that everyone loves -- the speed bags -- those workouts can burn between 500 and 1,000 calories a workout, without ever getting in the boxing ring."

We stopped by Sweet Science Fitness Boxing Club to chat with Hill about the physical benefits of boxing workouts, and to try out a few of the boxing moves ourselves!  


Chef Jernard Wells home cooking on Good Day Atlanta: 

He is known as "The Chef of Love" and believes in cooking from the heart. Atlanta's Jernard Wells is a cookbook author and appeared on several Food Network shows. Like many, Wells is cooking a lot more at home in quarantine and today he wants to share his tips on creating a delicious breakfast wrap. For today's recipe see below. For more on Jernard Wells follow him on Instagram @chefjernard. 

Chef Jernard Wells breakfast wrap recipe:

3 eggs

 2 teaspoons Olive oil or Butter

 1/2 cup of diced smoked turkey

 1/4 cup chopped red onion

1/4 cup of diced bell pepper

1 teaspoon of Spicy Verde

1/4 cup of diced tomato 

½ cup shredded Cheddar cheese

3-4 flour tortillas

Heat 1 teaspoon oil in the sauté over medium heat. Add turkey, onion, bell pepper, tomato,  Spicy Verde seasoning, Cook and stir until turkey is crumbly and onion softens, about 3 minutes. Add eggs; stir until scrambled and set, 5 minutes. Add cheese and let melt, about 3 minutes.

Plate tortillas. Add about 3 tablespoons of filling to each tortilla. Fold opposing edges of a tortilla to overlap the filling. Roll 1 of the opposing edges around the filling, creating a burrito. Repeat for remaining tortilla

Dr. Neil Winawer from the Emory University School of Medicine answers your Coronavirus questions: 

Many businesses have been given the green light re-open in Georgia. But was it the right time?

Dr. Neil Winawer breakdowns herd immunity and immunity testing for viewers on Good Day Atlanta. 

For more information on Winawer or to participate in his Coronavirus Q&A follow him on Instagram @neilwinawer

Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson donating blood for coronavirus: 

Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson were one of the first A-list celebrities to test positive for the coronavirus. They both tested positive back in March while in Australia. The couple stayed in qurantine while there and then later returned to the U.S. after being given the all clear. Now they've decided to donate blood to help with the vaccine.

Mani Millss from Nashiville's 101.1 The Beat joined Good Day Atlanta via skype to talk more about why the couple decided to do it. You can follow Mani on social media @ManiMillss